2in1 Woodland Bunny Hooded Blanket – Crochet Pattern In Adult & Child Sizes
I mean, who doesn’t like bunnies? So just in time for Easter, I created the 2in1 hooded woodland bunny blanket for a little girl who absolutely loves rabbits, and now you can make your own too with this easy-to-follow crochet pattern.
This beautiful 2in1 hooded woodland bunny blanket is also a decoration for your room.
Use it to keep warm and snugly, and when you are done with it, fold it and display it on your sofa, bed, or armchair.
You can let the ears hang loose or you can fold them on each side of the blanket
Read below for more information about this crochet pattern, supplies, stitches, and videos designed to help you.
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Why Is It Called A 2in1 Woodland Bunny Hooded Blanket?
The blanket is suitable for girls and boys alike, it is crocheted in neutral colors, but you can customize it by choosing your own color palette.
It is designed to be a full-body blanket, the pattern includes child and adult-size hoods and mittens.
The actual blanket can also be customized to fit a child or an adult and the pattern is explained in a way that you can make it as big or small as you would like it to be.
Made with super chunky (super bulky / #6) yarn, this blanket is warm and soft and works up in no time.
The pattern will create a blanket size of 100cm by 100cm (39in by 39in).
To customize the blanket, measure the distance from wrist to wrist (with the hands stretched) for the width and shoulder to floor for the length.
Format & Terms
- Pattern written in US terms using Craft Yarn Council abbreviations.
- PDF file format
- Written in English only
- 100cm x 100cm
- 125cm wide (wrist to wrist) x 140cm tall (shoulder to floor)
- 9 x 100g balls of super chunky (super bulky/ #6) in white (100cm x 100cm)
- 3 x 100g balls of super chunky (super bulky/ #6) in gray (100cm x 100cm)
- 13 x 100g balls of super chunky (super bulky/ #6) in white (120cm x 140cm)
- 5 x 100g ball of super chunky (super bulky/ #6) in gray (120cm x 140cm)
- a small quantity of DK yarn (light worsted yarn) in gray, white & black for the eyes
- polyfill stuffing
- crochet hooks size 4mm and 10mm (optional an 11mm hook for the initial chain and first row if you are a tight crocheter)
- blunt sewing needle to fit the yarn used to stitch the parts together
- sewing pins
As this is a blanket made specifically for a child, I will list the rough sizes and quantities needed to make a standard blanket for an adult.
Hopefully, this will help you decide how much yarn you will need for your project.
For a blanket size 125cm wide (wrist to wrist) and 140cm tall (shoulder to floor)
- 13 x 100g balls of super chunky (super bulky/ #6) in white
- 5 x 100g ball of super chunky (super bulky/ #6) in gray
Skills & Abbreviations
Most basic stitches below have their own tutorial on my blog or YouTube channel paired with a video. If you are not sure how to crochet them, click the blue link and you will be taken to the separate instructions.
Pattern written in US terms using Craft Yarn Council abbreviations.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
I am stuck on this pattern, can you help?
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That doesn’t mean that you can’t contact me if there is a mistake or something unclear with this pattern, it simply means that you will need to learn the stitches, the techniques, and learn how to read a pattern on your own.
Can I crochet this blanket using Aran yarn (worsted yarn #4)?
Yes, you can! The body parts will come out a little larger than my own, but still, in the same shape, use a smaller hook than recommended for Aran yarn to keep the size smaller. The blanket can be adjusted by simply crocheting more rounds.
Do I have to use the same yarn brand as you to get the same result?
No, you don’t. You can use any brand you like but pay attention to the yardage, different brands have different yardage.
Can I change the size of the blanket?
Yes, you can. Each pattern can be adjusted by simply changing the number of rounds you make.
Can I sell items made with your pattern?
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