Not only do I love to decorate, but I love to make homemade decorations. Browsing through spring and Easter stuff on Pinterest, I came up with the idea to make bunny coasters. You should also know I love coasters. Some might say that love borders on obsession. We just ignore those people 😉
I think these coasters ended up just adorable! So the least I can do is share them with other bunny and coaster addicts like me.
G / 4.25mm hook
Cotton yarn - I used Lily Sugar 'n Cream in light blue, rose pink, lilac, sage and soft ecru
Whenever I do projects in the round, I always start with a magic ring. There are lots of ways to make a magic ring, but the method I use is from Moogly's blog (http://www.mooglyblog.com/the-magic-circle/)
Round 1: Ch. 2, 8 hdc into magic ring, join in the top of the first sc
Round 2: Ch. 2, 2 hdc in each stitch around, join - 16
Round 3: Ch. 2, (hdc in the next, 2 hdc in the next) around, join - 24
Round 4: Ch. 2, (hdc, hdc, 2hdc) around, join - 32
Round 5: Ch. 2, (hdc, hdc, hdc, 2 hdc) around, join - 40
Row 1: Ch. 1 and turn your work
Row 2: Hdc in the next 4, ch. 2, turn
Row 3: 2dc in first stitch, 2 tr in the next 2, 2dc in last
Ch. 7, dc in the 3rd from hook, tr in the next 4, join with a slip stitch in the bottom of the post of the dc stitch in the previous row.
Ch. 7, dc in the 3rd from hook, tr in the next 4, join to bottom of the hdc (1st stitch of the head).
Fasten off your yarn.
4sc into a magic ring. Join to the top of the first stitch.
Ch. 1, (2sc, sc) twice, join - 6
Ch. 1, Sc around, fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing to the body of the bunny (about 6 inches)
Sew the tail to the side of bunny opposite of the head
If you don't want to make coasters, you can also string a bunch of these cute bunnies together to create bunting. If you want bigger or smaller bunnies, just use a different hook size! No matter what you decide to do with these Easter bunnies, I hope you enjoy making them!