One Square Stuffed Bunny [knitting pattern]

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One Square Stuffed Bunny knitting pattern
There are tons of great knitting patterns out there for stuffed animals, but most of them aren't beginner friendly. This bunny rabbit is as easy as it comes- if you can knit a square, you can make this! 
Supplies needed
Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick in Barley
Size US 13 knitting needles
Yarn needle
Fiber fill 
Pom pom maker
Lion Brand Homespun in Deco
One Square Stuffed Bunny beginner knitting pattern
Cast on 24 sts. Knit in stockinette stitch for 24 rows. Bind off.
One Square Stuffed Bunny beginner knitting pattern
Using a yarn needle, make a running stitch through the center of the square. (I used red yarn so the stitches would show up in pictures. You should use the same color yarn as your bunny)
One Square Stuffed Bunny beginner knitting pattern
Stitch up in a triangular shape
One Square Stuffed Bunny beginner knitting pattern
Pull the ends of the yarn on the side to gather. You'll see the ears and head forming.
One Square Stuffed Bunny beginner knitting pattern
Stuff the head with fiber fill and pull the ends of yarn tightly to close.
Make a stitch to secure.
One Square Stuffed Bunny beginner knitting pattern
The rest of the square will become the body. Stitch the seam closed.
One Square Stuffed Bunny beginner knitting pattern
Stuff the body with fiber fill.
One Square Stuffed Bunny beginner knitting pattern
Run a stitch around the opening and pull to close. Knot to secure.
One Square Stuffed Bunny beginner knitting pattern
Make the pom pom tail (click here for my Perfect Pom Pom Tutorial) and tie on the back. 
One Square Stuffed Bunny beginner knitting pattern
One Square Stuffed Bunny beginner knitting pattern
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3 comments

  1. This bunny is just adorable! I'm going to make them for my grandchildren for Easter. Thanks for sharing.
    Beti
    Once a Teacher, Always a Teacher

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  2. That looks quite easy and the result is so cute. Think even I could do it. Thank you

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  3. I did it! MI am 66 years old and this is my first attempt at knitting. It actually turned out quite cute.

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