S’mores Bunny Free Crochet Pattern

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S’mores Bunny Free Crochet Pattern

Crochet S'mores BunnyHi, friends! Happy First Day of Spring! With Spring finally here, that means Easter is just around the corner! Do you decorate an Easter tree at this time of year? If so, this little amigurumi S’mores Bunny would make such a sweet decoration.

Here’s what we used:

  • 3.5mm hook (I use THESE hooks!);
  • Bernat Handicrafter cotton (worsted weight) in Jute for the graham crackers;
  • Bernat Handicrafter cotton (worsted weight) in Warm Brown for the chocolate;
  • Bernat Handicrafter cotton (worsted weight) in White for bunny marshmallow;
  • Embroidery/crochet thread or yarn in black for nose;
  • Fine or light weight yarn (or embroidery/crochet thread) in pink for cheeks;
  • Safety eyes;
  • Stuffing;
  • Small piece of recycled plastic cut into a disc (we used an empty strawberry container)
  • Tapestry needle;

We will make all the parts separately and then assemble at the end.

Graham Crackers (make 2) in Jute coloured yarn:

*Work in continuous rounds*

In Jute coloured yarn:

Row 1: Ch 12, sc 11, then continue on opposite side of chain, sc 10 (21 sts)

Rows 2-10: Sc around (21 sts)

Slst 2 (or however many slsts you will need to get to the corner of the square). Tie off, leaving a tail for closing. Flatten and sew along the top to close. Poke remaining tail inside the piece using the back of your tapestry needle.

Bunny Marshmallow (in white):

Rnd 1: MR 6 sc (6 sts)

Rnd 2: Inc around (12 sts)

Rnd 3: Sc, inc. Repeat around (18 sts)

Rnd 4: Sc 2, inc. Repeat around (24 sts)

Rnd 5: In BLO, sc around. (24 sts)

Rnds 6-10: Sc around (24 sts)

Cut a small disc from recycled plastic to insert into the bottom of your bunny. This will help it sit flat against the graham cracker. Insert safety eyes. Sew on nose and cheeks. For the cheeks, we simply sewed some light weight pink yarn around a stitch underneath each eye.

Rnd 11: In BLO, sc around (24 sts)

Rnd 12: Sc 2, dec. Repeat around (18 sts)

Rnd 13: Sc, dec. Repeat around (12 sts)

Stuff your bunny. Be careful not to over-stuff or else the top graham cracker will not sit evenly.

Rnd 14: Dec around (6 sts)

Tie off, leaving a tail for closing. Weave the tail in and out of the front loops of the remaining sts, down through the opening and out the back of your bunny marshmallow. Tug gently to close. Poke remaining tail inside the piece using the back of your tapestry needle.

Chocolate (in Warm Brown):

Rnd 1: MR 6 sc (6 sts)

Rnd 2: Inc around (12 sts)

Rnd 3: Sc, inc. Repeat around (18 sts)

Rnd 4: Slst, ch 6, sc 5 along chs, slst 2, ch 5, sc 4 along chs, slst 2, ch 6, sc 5 along chs, slst 2, ch 5, sc 4 along chs, slst 2, ch 6, sc 5 along chs, slst 2, ch 4, sc 3 along chs, slst 3, ch 3, sc 2 along chs, slst 2, hdc 5 all in next st, slst.

Tie off, leaving a long enough tail for sewing onto the bunny and also to attach the top graham cracker later.

Crochet Smores BunnyEars (make 2) in white:

Rnd 1: MR 4 sc (4 sts)

Rnd 2: Sc, inc. Repeat around (6 sts)

Rnd 3: Sc 2, inc. Repeat around (8 sts)

Rnds 4-6: Sc around (8 sts)

Slst to next st. Tie off, leaving a long tail for sewing.

Assembly:

Sew your bunny marshmallow to the bottom graham cracker. Position it anyway you prefer! We liked how it looked to have the corners of the graham crackers somewhat lined up with the face of the bunny. Trim the remaining tail and poke back inside the piece using the back of your tapestry needle.

Next, sew the chocolate onto the top of the bunny. We positioned it so that the “5 hdc” st from Rnd 4 of the chocolate was above the bunny’s right eye (as you look at him). Leave the remaining tail attached for now.

Sew the top graham cracker onto the chocolate using the left over tail from the chocolate. Sew only through the bottom layer of the graham cracker so the brown yarn is not visible on top. Trim the remaining yarn tail and poke back inside the piece using the back of your tapestry needle.

Finally, sew the ears on top! Trim the remaining yarn tails and poke them back inside the piece using the back of your tapestry needle.

You could attach a loop to the top of the graham cracker between the ears to make a cute ornament or add a keychain for a bag charm!

Enjoy!

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