AmiguruMay is a third of the way (if you don’t know what it is, click here!) so I thought to share a little (or I should say big?) gift with you to say Thank YOU! I started this challenge just to have fun and You’ve made it the greatest opportunity to get to know each other and build up the most amazing amigurumi community.
So I thought I’d share the crochet pattern to make Cory the Giant Bunny! Bunnies seems to be one of the most popular animals to crochet and amigurumi lovers. The sweet face, the long ears and the soft tail (ahhhh the tail !!!) would make anyone in love with them!
That’s all you need to make the Giant Bunny:
– Women’s Institute Soft and Chunky yarn (70% Acrylic, 30% Merino Wool, 100g / 110m) 4 balls in Cream
– 6 mm crochet hook
– cotton flannel fabric in mint green
– a pair of 15 mm safety eyes
– large pompom maker (9 cm diameter)
– black and pink tapestry wool
– toy stuffing
– stitch markers
– sewing thread
– sewing needle
– tapestry needle
Cory is 55 cm (22 ½ in) tall when using the indicated or similar yarn. It is not necessary to use the recommended yarn and crochet hook to make this amigurumi! Using a smaller crochet hook, and suitable yarn, the amigurumi will be smaller while preserving the same proportions and cuteness. It is a beginner friendly pattern and you can avoid the fabric details if needle and thread are not as fun as crochet for you. The bow tie can be replaced by a ribbon tied at the neck!
I’d be really happy to see your Giant (or Small, Medium, Huge… Bunny!), feel free to share a picture with me!
Use the hashtag #airalidesign on Instagram e add this project to your Ravelry queue!
Or Pin it for later :)