Hey everyone! Today I’ll be sharing with you my very own bunny graphgan pattern. I absolutely adore bunnies, so I thought it was the perfect opportunity to create a cute bunny design.
This crochet pattern uses the corner-to-corner technique using different colors to form a picture. If you don’t know how to change colors, please visit this Crochet 101 lesson. This bunny graphgan is available in an 18×18 square without adding a border. I made four of these squares and sewed them together to make a blanket. I provided a graph to help you understand where you’ll need to change colors. Soon, you will have your very own bunny graphgan!
Without further ado, here is my crochet bunny graphgan!
CROCHET BUNNY GRAPHGAN
- H-8 crochet hook
- Worsted Weight Yarn in white, pink, purple, gray, aqua, and a little bit of blue (or colors of your choice; I used Big Twist Baby) You will need one skein of each color, and three skeins of white.
- Tapestry needle
Finished Size: 31×31
Click on the pictures below for the bunny square as well as the completed bunny graphgan. Feel free to use your own colors!
Click the pictures below for the full blanket pattern.
To finish each square, I made a single crochet border using the same color as the square, putting 3 single crochets into each corner. After, I used the white yarn and made a half double crochet border, putting 3 half double crochets into each corner.
After you’ve completed each square, arrange them in any order you want. Next, you’ll whip stitch the squares together with the white yarn.
Border: To complete this blanket, I added one row of each color, making a single crochet border. I made the last row of the border in a white color.
This completes my bunny graphgan pattern. I’m confident you’ll love it just as much as I do! If you have any questions, please feel free to ask. I’d love to hear from you!
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