Well, better late than never I guess.
Happy Easter everyone
I use cotton yarn with a crochet hook size specified for the yarn.
I also crochet very tightly.
Then, pull it tight and slip stitch into the first single crochet to join.
Second Round - Chain one and then hook 2 single crochets in each stitch. Slip stitch into the chain one to join.
Third Round - Chain one. Hook a single crochet in the first stitch and two single crochets in the second. Repeat (1 sc, 2 sc, 1sc, 2 sc) until you get to the end of the round and slip stitch into the first single crochet.
Fourth Round - Chain one. Hook one single crochet into each of the first two stitches and then two single crochets into the next. Repeat (1 sc, 1 sc, 2 sc, 1 sc, 1 sc, 2 sc) until you get to the end and the slip stitch into the first single crochet.
Now you will make the head of the bunny.
Chain one and then hook a half double crochet and a
treble crochet into the next stitch.
In the next stitch two stitches hook two treble crochets in each stitch.
Then, in the next stitch, hook one treble crochet and one half double crochet.
Now, chain one and then slip stitch around the body of the bunny until you get to the first treble crochet (your last slip stitch will be in the first treble crochet).
In the second stitch from your hook, create a half double crochet. Then hook one double crochet in each of the next three stitches.
Slip stitch into the top of the third treble crochet and chain 5
then, half double crochet in the second stitch from the hook and three double crochets in the next three stitches. Slip stitch into the top of the sixth treble crochet and slip stitch into the next two stitches. Leaving a long tail, cut
your yarn and tie off.
Now you need to slip stitch the ears to the head by going through the double crochet of the ear and into the top of the treble crochet of the head.
In the first chain you will hook the first half of four double crochets. This will leave 5 loops on your hook.
and then yarn over again and pull through to finish, cutting your yarn leaving a tail and then pulling tight.
A pretty spring bunny...