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Bunny Rabbit Bookmark Crochet Pattern

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On a whim I created the Quacktastic duck bookmark crochet pattern.  Annnnnd now I can’t stop making different animals.  I will be adding a pig and a frog (patterns to come as soon as I’m finished editing) to the collection, and today we are adding a bunny rabbit bookmark crochet pattern to the mix! An adorable hippity hoppity reading bunny.

Bunny Rabbit Bookmark Crochet Pattern

This little bunny rabbit bookmark is simply adorable – and perfect for Easter baskets!! Make him in gray or white, add a large or small pom pom for his tail and make his face as long or as happy as you like.

Bunny Rabbit Bookmark Crochet Pattern

Bunny Rabbit Bookmark Crochet Pattern 

The bunny rabbit bookmark is precious and will hold that spot just for you! 😉  Will you name him?

Materials:

Size G (4mm) crochet hook
Stitch marker
Gray worsted weight yarn
White worsted weight yarn
Black worsted weight yarn (just enough for mouth)
Pink worsted weight yarn (just enough for nose)
Two buttons for eyes (or safety eyes if for a small child)
Upholstery needle
Polyfill (or extra yarn as stuffing)

Gauge: Unimportant

Pattern Notes:

Pattern written using US terms

Work in a spiral, do NOT join at the end of each round

Use your stitch marker to note the beginning stitch of each row

Use Invisible Decrease for prettier sc2tog

Pattern:

Head:
Round 1: Magic circle. 8sc in circle. (8)
Round 2: 2sc in each st around (16)
Round 3: sc in each st around (16)
Round 4: *sc in next st, 2sc in next* repeat from * * around (24)
Round 5: sc in each st around (24)
Round 6: *sc in next 2 sts, 2sc in next* repeat from * * around (32)
Rounds 7 – 14: sc in each st around (32)
Round 15: *sc in next 2 sts, sc2tog* repeat from * * around (24)
Round 16 & 17: sc in each st around (24)
Round 18: *sc in next st, sc2tog* repeat from * * around (16)
***add stuffing***
Round 19: sc in each st around (16)
***begin the strap***
Squish the head closed and line up the remaining 16 sts. Crochet through the very first two, then the next two, then the next two etc to the end until you have a closed head with 8 stitches across.

Strap:
Rows 1 – 50 (or until strap is about 9” long): Ch-1, sc in each st across. (8)
Fasten off, weave in ends.

Feet (make two):
Ch-9, sl st in 2nd ch from hk and sl st in next. Ch-3, sl st in 2nd ch from hk and sl st in next. Ch-3, sl st in 2nd ch from hk and sl st in next. Sl st up beg chain. Leave enough yarn for sewing.

Ears (make two):
Round 1: Magic circle. 6sc in circle, pull tight. (6)
Round 2: Sc in each around (6)
Round 3: *Sc in next, 2sc in next* (9)
Rounds 4-10: sc in each st around (9)
Fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing.

Construction:

Bunny Rabbit Bookmark Crochet Pattern

Make white pom pom in whichever manner you prefer. Using upholstery needle, add the legs on the outermost stitches. Add the pom pom to the center.

Pinch the ears in half and sew together, then add to the top of the head, around round 2. Add eyes, small triangle pink nose and a few lines to delineate the mouth. Done!

Bunny Bookmark Crochet Pattern

More crochet patterns before you go:

Quacktastic Duck Bookmark Free Crochet Pattern

Bunny Beanie with Ears Free Crochet Pattern (Boy and Girl)

An Egg-cellent Apron: Free Crochet Pattern

The Mimsical Wrap Crochet Pattern

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13 Comments

  1. I'm making the bunny bookmark. Can you tell me what row/s to add the safety eyes? Thank you.
  2. Hi, I was looking around crochet pattern books for bookmarks and found one that looks to have your pattern, but the author's name isn't yours and it's a 2022 book. You can see your photo for the Bunny Rabbit Bookmark in the Look Inside section for the book: https://smile.amazon.com/Crochet-Adorable-Bookmarks-Bookmark-Patterns/dp/B09YB38SP2 Also, the wording in the book's description is the same as the intro on the Spruce Crafts page that led me to your site. I knew that I had just read those same words. https://www.thesprucecrafts.com/crochet-bookmark-patterns-977845 I'm not sure if this is a case of plagiarism on the part of that book's author, but I wanted to point that out to you.
  3. Hi, I will be attempting the BUNNY BOOKMARK. My granddaughter asked me to make her a 12" white Baby Harp Seal. (Only if I want to, she says ....!) So, I'm working on three different sizes, because the first one was only seven inches - size 'F' hook. I'm trying different softness of yarns - each one softer than the last. The largest 'Seal' is soft chenille and size 'N' hook! - they are not perfect! It is hard to find the right size eyes to sew on. Now, she wants ('only if I want to ....') a White Rabbit - 14-16" long, hmm. (Well, honey, maybe a short BUNNY BOOKMARK ? That search is what brought me to your site.) Next, she suggested a Crab ! (almost real size) - that will fit in her hand, oh, my, - and reddish orange. I have that variegated yarn - it was an impulse buy a few years ago - for a hat which never 'materialized'), and I haven't yet begun searching for that pattern! Now I'm thinking - maybe a CRAB BOOKMARK, but where to find a pattern ?! I don't know how to Create a pattern, -- I'm sort of a beginner crocheter, having started learning only a couple years ago, when I was 79. With each project, I learn a new technique - good for this old brain, yes?
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  6. Loved making this for a bookworm friend! I changed the face a bit, so cute :) thank you for your wonderful patterns and ideas :)
  7. Are there measurements for these? Mine come out very large. I changed to a 2.75 mm hook and it still appears to be much larger than mine. I love the bookmarks.