Pattern: Acorn Bunny accessories

While the acorn bunny is very cute in itself, it is much much cuter when it has been decorated with items like flowers, bows, or hats. So in order for you to do that, I have lined up a few patterns right here. Of course you can also use them to decorate other stuffed toys or projects!

Flower

  1. Chain 5.
  2. *Chain 3, 2dc, ch3, slip stitch.* 5x.
  3. Cut off the yarn leaving a long tail for assembly.

Bowler hat

  1. Magic ring, 6sc. (6)
  2. 2sc in each stitch. (12)
  3. 1sc in each stitch. (12)
  4. 1sc in each stitch. (12)
  5. Only in the front loop, 2sc in each stitch. (24)
  6. Skip a stitch, slip stitch. Cut off the yarn leaving a long tail for assembly.

Cap

  1. Magic ring, 6sc. (6)
  2. 2sc in each stitch. (12)
  3. 1sc in each stitch. (12)
  4. 1sc in each stitch. (12)
  5. In the front loop only, 2sc in the next 2 stitches. Slip stitch in the next 2 stitches. Chain 1, turn your work. You will now work from the bottom of the hat. (8)
  6. Skip 2 stitches, 1sc in the next 3 stitches. Slip stitch in the next two stitches.(5)
  7. Cut off the yarn leaving a long tail for assembly, and sew the end through the stitch after the knot to make it less visible.

Bow

  1. Chain 12 with a larger hook (3 or 3.5mm). Then grab the 2.5mm, and make a ring by slip stitching in the first chain. Try to this without twisting the ring. (12)
  2. Chain 1, sc in each stitch. (12)
  3. Keep crocheting in the round, and once again sc in each stitch. (12)
  4. Slip stitch in the next stitch, and cut off the yarn leaving a long tail for assembly.
  5. Wind the tail around the bow very tight. Make sure you wrap the yarn around the bow very tight, and on both sides. Tie the yarn you cut off to the starting tail, and use one or both strands for assembly.