Bunny Family Easter Portrait

Hello dear friends,

It is little bit more than one month till Easter! This year my Easter bunnies wanted to share their family photos with you. They were also so very kind that allowed me to write the pattern so all of you can make their relatives and send us their photos when done. This way all the bunnies will see their relatives around the world and will be able to make a family album and maybe even create a family tree πŸ™‚

Let me introduce the Bunny Familly

Bunny Familly Easter Greetings

As you can see it is pretty much the modern Bunny family; grandparents, mom and dad an one child (in tis case son).

Lets look at some more photos from their family album

Here are Bunny grandparents with their grandson. Grandma was first I made. From her pattern all other bunnies were born (It should have been grandpa, but….I started with the girl this time πŸ™‚ )

buny grandparenst with their grandson

On the next photo are young mom and dad with their son. The pattern you are going to have is for this kind of bunny. I have written down as many details as I could. Eyes are crocheted as well, and you will find instructions on how to make them as well.

mama, papa and their son

Here the ladies decided to take photo alone…the little one jumped in last second.

bunny girls

One photo with boys only

bunny boys

The pattern is ready for download Β here

For any questions regarding the pattern, please feel free to contact me. I really hope you will make a bunny or two and don’t forget to send photos for our family album!

Lots of love form Bunny Family and

Vanja β™‘


36 thoughts on “Bunny Family Easter Portrait

  1. I had to look again and again. They are just too cute. I love the whole family and I like the details (the clothes, the eyes, the beautiful basket …) so much – I’m in love with your Easter Bunnies! Thank you for sharing your great pattern – this will keep me busy until next Easter πŸ™‚

    • Glad to hear it. Just have been informed that instead of cluster stitch I used clutch in the pattern πŸ˜€
      Please take a not on this (I will be changing the pattern and replacing it with newer version shortly)

  2. As soon as I saw the title I made a cup of tea and put all work on hold. I enjoyed myself very much looking and reading about the bunnies. πŸ™‚ I have a backlog of amigurumi to make but I don’t care. My only problem is which one will I make? I will wait for you to do the alteration and then decide. May I reblog after you do the new version? Oh the cheeks! The bowtie! I will make Australian cousins. I will give up sleep and housework and fit everything else in. πŸ˜€

    • WIll be honored and will wait with excitement for you to make australian cousins.
      Yesterday I had to make change in the .pdf. I invented a stitch, clutch stitch! (instead of cluster so had to change that). Now all is set.
      Yes, please feel free to reblog, and thank you for it.
      For any questions you might have with the bunny, please feel free to ask. I even tried to make photo tutorial of every step I worked at but me and camera are not good friends. I even use digital, idiot camera they call, that would do all itself, and still it ends smarter than I am πŸ™‚ That is why I tried to explain everything in details, but still, if something is unclear, I am here and will help.

  3. They are adorable! And the little one is too cute! I love how you make your amigurumi eyes. They are so expressive. Thank you so much for sharing yet another amazing pattern with us πŸ™‚

    • Hi Jen,
      First bunnies (grandparents) were made with 2,5 mm crochet hook, what made them liiiiittle big bigger than mom and dad bunnies (that were made with same yarn but 2 mm crochet hook).
      Son bunny is made with thread cotton and 1,5 mm crochet hook.
      For all, same pattern was used.

  4. These are lovely Vanja πŸ™‚ I shared and I had someone ask if you have a pattern for the basket and eggs too? I scanned the pattern quickly but did not see one – is there one in the making? or have I missed it? Thanks! Rhondda If you would like to respond to the facebook question yourself on my page you are more than welcome – or just let me know and I will answer – here’s the link: http://on.fb.me/1fpP5IW

    • Hi Rhondda,
      The pattern doesn’t include basket and egg description.
      The basket pattern will write you down. It is very, very easy basket to make. For eggs I tried out different egg patterns I found around internet (tiny hook and thread made them this tiny).
      Anyways, basket pattern is coming this week. Will add daffodil pattern I made with it πŸ˜€ (and links to different egg patterns I found)

  5. Hi These Bunnies are so cute. But, when I tried to down load, it said 404 Not Found. I’m not the greatested at this computer stuff, so it could be me. Any ideas? Jackie

  6. Thank you for these! I was looking for a small bunny that was stiff enough to stand. The smallest one I need. Now if I could only find a tiny crocheted clock for him to hold. πŸ™‚

    • Dear Sharon,
      Just answered you on the Facebook. The smallest bunny is small because was crocheted in thread and smaller hook. Same bunny pattern I used for that one as well as for all others..

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  9. Hi
    Thank you very very much for these.
    I have a problem! 😦
    I don’t khow , what do for:

    Sc1 and move stitch marker here
    At this point start working turn rows, without making ch1 at the start. Instead, skip every first
    stitch on each turn.
    R12 Turn work and sc9 ,….

    Plz help me dear Vanja.

    • Not sure what you don’t understand with moving stitch marker one stitch forward. Simply crochet one more stitch and make it you start of the round.
      By this time we have worked in rounds.
      After moving stitch marker we are moving, from rounds to work in rows.
      so no more working in spiral, but finish the round, turn back to start new one.
      In ordinary way, when working in rounds, and with single crochet, after finishing round, you’d ch1, and turn. This ch1 helps you uplift the stitch and ables you to work in last stitch of preious round. Without making this chain you would not be able to stitch the first stitch. That is when we want to stitch straight and make rows even.
      This time we do not want rows even but want to decrease.
      Decrease will be done by not making this ch1 at the end of each round. This way we will skip the first stitch and this way we will decrease one st on the beginning.
      Really hope this helps you understand why and how it’s done and enables you to finish what you started. let me know if it works. Best of luck and happy crocheting

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