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Fluffy Bunny Crochet Pillow Free Pattern

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Who is excited about spring to come? I know I am whipping up this cute Fluffy Bunny Crochet Pillow. This free crochet pattern promises not only a fun and rewarding crafting experience but also the opportunity to add a touch of coziness and personality to your living space. Whether you're a crochet enthusiast or a beginner eager to explore the world of soft and cuddly creations, join us as we create some crochet colorwork with this adorable bunny pillow together. Get ready to add some cute home decor with warmth and charm, one stitch at a time! And you might also enjoy the Be My Bunny Crochet Pattern or the Bunny Easter Basket Crochet Pattern.

Fluffy Bunny Pillow Cover by Briana K Designs Free Crochet Pattern

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The Fluffy Bunny Pillow Cover is a great home decor addition for spring, but really could be used all year round. I think it would be really cute in a baby nursery or kid bedroom too.

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Fluffy Bunny Pillow Cover by Briana K Designs Free Crochet Pattern

Are you ready to jump right in and crochet? Before you get started, take a moment to hop on over to learn more about crochet colorwork. Learn about the different methods in crochet color-work and also get a freebie! The printable Sheep Yarn Bobbins are super helpful and also cute. You can even cut them out on a cutting machine!

Fluffy Bunny Crochet Pillow Supplies

Crochet Hook:
Crochet Hook 5 mm (H), or hook to match gauge.

Notions:
1 inch (2.5 cm) Buttons (5 needed)
Yarn Needle
Scissors
18×18 inch pillow
Faux Fur Fabric to create a 4 or 5 inch circle OR a PomPom

Yarn:
Red Heart With Love in the following colorways:
• Eggshell (white) 1 skein
• Light Taupe (brown) 1 skein
• Light Grey 1 skein

Yardage:
680 yards total (622 meters)

Abbreviations/Stitches:

  • ch- Chain
  • RS- Right Side
  • sc- Single Crochet
  • sl st- Slip Stitch
  • sts- Stitches
  • WS- Wrong Side

Gauge:
15 single crochet sts x 16 rows = 4 x 4 inches (10 cm x 10 cm) 

Measurements/Sizes:
19 inches (48 cm) wide by 18 inches (46 cm) tall

Skill Level:
Easy/Advanced Beginner

Fluffy Bunny Crochet Pillow Notes

Please note, matching gauge both horizontal and vertical can be difficult. Extra rows can be added at the top if needed so it is more important to match the stitch gauge versus the row gauge. This pattern also has some ease to fit over a pillow.

This pattern is worked in rows and in two pieces. The front panel will also work a button hole flap to secure the top of the crochet pillow. The front and the back panels will be slip stitched together once completed. 

After the end of each row turn and ch 1. The ch 1 does not count as a stitch. 

Since there is a wrong side and a right side to the pillow panels, I used a combination of intarsia and carrying yarn across the back for the color work. Experiment and see what works best for you.

There is a free tutorial on how to make the Faux Fur Pompom.

What you'll love about this pillow pattern.


  • Versatility - A removable crochet cover adds versatility to your home decor. You can easily switch out covers to match different seasons, holidays, or your evolving style preferences without replacing the entire item.
  • Customization - Having a removable cover allows for easy customization. You can experiment with different colors, patterns, or textures to refresh the look of your crochet items without committing to a permanent change.
  • Cost-Effective - If you enjoy changing your decor frequently, removable covers can be a cost-effective solution. You can invest in a well-made crochet base and switch out covers as needed, saving money compared to buying entirely new items.
Fluffy Bunny Pillow Cover by Briana K Designs Free Crochet Pattern

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Fluffy Bunny Pillow Cover by Briana K Designs Free Crochet Pattern
Fluffy Bunny Pillow Cover by Briana K Designs Free Crochet Pattern

Fluffy Bunny Crochet Pillow Instructions

To begin: With Grey, chain 73 and start the first row in the second chain from hook.
After the end of each row turn and ch 1. The ch 1 does not count as a stitch.

← Row 1 : (sc grey) x 72

→ Row 2 : (sc grey) x 72

← Row 3 : (sc grey) x 72

→ Row 4 : (sc grey) x 72

← Row 5 : (sc grey) x 72

→ Row 6 : (sc grey) x 72

← Row 7 : (sc grey) x 72

→ Row 8 : (sc grey) x 72

← Row 9 : (sc white) x 72

→ Row 10 : (sc white) x 72

← Row 11 : (sc white) x 72

→ Row 12 : (sc white) x 72

← Row 13 : (sc white) x 72

→ Row 14 : (sc white) x 72

← Row 15 : (sc white) x 72

→ Row 16 : (sc white) x 21, (sc brown) x 7, (sc white) x 5, (sc brown) x 13, (sc white) x 26

← Row 17 : (sc grey) x 23, (sc brown) x 16, (sc grey) x 5, (sc brown) x 7, (sc grey) x 21

→ Row 18 : (sc grey) x 22, (sc brown) x 7, (sc grey) x 4, (sc brown) x 17, (sc grey) x 22

← Row 19 : (sc grey) x 20, (sc brown) x 18, (sc grey) x 5, (sc brown) x 6, (sc grey) x 23

→ Row 20 : (sc grey) x 24, (sc brown) x 5, (sc grey) x 7, (sc brown) x 18, (sc grey) x 18

← Row 21 : (sc grey) x 18, (sc brown) x 17, (sc grey) x 7, (sc brown) x 6, (sc grey) x 24

→ Row 22 : (sc grey) x 25, (sc brown) x 5, (sc grey) x 5, (sc brown) x 19, (sc grey) x 18

← Row 23 : (sc grey) x 18, (sc brown) x 20, (sc grey) x 3, (sc brown) x 6, (sc grey) x 25

→ Row 24 : (sc grey) x 24, (sc brown) x 30, (sc grey) x 18

← Row 25 : (sc white) x 18, (sc brown) x 30, (sc white) x 24

→ Row 26 : (sc white) x 23, (sc brown) x 31, (sc white) x 18

← Row 27 : (sc white) x 18, (sc brown) x 32, (sc white) x 22

→ Row 28 : (sc white) x 21, (sc brown) x 33, (sc white) x 18

← Row 29 : (sc white) x 18, (sc brown) x 33, (sc white) x 21

→ Row 30 : (sc white) x 21, (sc brown) x 33, (sc white) x 18

← Row 31 : (sc white) x 19, (sc brown) x 33, (sc white) x 20

→ Row 32 : (sc white) x 20, (sc brown) x 33, (sc white) x 19

← Row 33 : (sc grey) x 20, (sc brown) x 32, (sc grey) x 20

→ Row 34 : (sc grey) x 20, (sc brown) x 32, (sc grey) x 20

← Row 35 : (sc grey) x 21, (sc brown) x 31, (sc grey) x 20

→ Row 36 : (sc grey) x 20, (sc brown) x 30, (sc grey) x 22

← Row 37 : (sc grey) x 23, (sc brown) x 29, (sc grey) x 20

→ Row 38 : (sc grey) x 20, (sc brown) x 28, (sc grey) x 24

← Row 39 : (sc grey) x 26, (sc brown) x 27, (sc grey) x 19

→ Row 40 : (sc grey) x 17, (sc brown) x 27, (sc grey) x 28

← Row 41 : (sc white) x 31, (sc brown) x 25, (sc white) x 16

→ Row 42 : (sc white) x 16, (sc brown) x 14, (sc white) x 42

← Row 43 : (sc white) x 42, (sc brown) x 14, (sc white) x 16

→ Row 44 : (sc white) x 16, (sc brown) x 14, (sc white) x 42

← Row 45 : (sc white) x 42, (sc brown) x 13, (sc white) x 17

→ Row 46 : (sc white) x 18, (sc brown) x 12, (sc white) x 42

← Row 47 : (sc white) x 42, (sc brown) x 11, (sc white) x 19

→ Row 48 : (sc white) x 20, (sc brown) x 10, (sc white) x 42

← Row 49 : (sc grey) x 41, (sc brown) x 8, (sc grey) x 23

→ Row 50 : (sc grey) x 25, (sc brown) x 6, (sc grey) x 41

← Row 51 : (sc grey) x 40, (sc brown) x 7, (sc grey) x 25

→ Row 52 : (sc grey) x 25, (sc brown) x 8, (sc grey) x 39

← Row 53 : (sc grey) x 39, (sc brown) x 8, (sc grey) x 25

→ Row 54 : (sc grey) x 25, (sc brown) x 9, (sc grey) x 38

← Row 55 : (sc grey) x 38, (sc brown) x 8, (sc grey) x 26

→ Row 56 : (sc grey) x 26, (sc brown) x 8, (sc grey) x 38

← Row 57 : (sc white) x 37, (sc brown) x 8, (sc white) x 27

→ Row 58 : (sc white) x 27, (sc brown) x 8, (sc white) x 37

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← Row 59 : (sc white) x 37, (sc brown) x 3, sc white, (sc brown) x 3, (sc white) x 28

→ Row 60 : (sc white) x 72

← Row 61 : (sc white) x 72

→ Row 62 : (sc white) x 72

← Row 63 : (sc white) x 72

→ Row 64 : (sc white) x 72

← Row 65 : (sc grey) x 72

→ Row 66 : (sc grey) x 72

← Row 67 : (sc grey) x 72

→ Row 68 : (sc grey) x 72

← Row 69 : (sc grey) x 72

→ Row 70 : (sc grey) x 72

← Row 71 : (sc grey) x 72

→ Row 72 : (sc grey) x 72

To Finish Front Panel:
-Continue to sc Rows 73-80 in white.
-Continue to sc Rows 80-86 in grey.
-Button Row 87: ch 1, sc 2, *ch 3, skip 3, sc 13: repeat from * until last 3 stitches, sc in last 3, turn
-Continue to sc Rows 88-91 in white.
-Fasten off and weave in ends.

Fluffy Bunny Crochet Pillow Back Panel:
-With brown, chain 73 and start the first row in the second chain from hook.
-Single crochet a total of 72 rows to create the back panel. 
-Fasten off and weave in ends. 

Attaching Fluffy Bunny Crochet Pillow Panels Together:
Place the front and back panels together with the wrong sides facing. Using either green or white yarn, slip stitch from the top of one side of the pillow (where the panels meet, not over the flap), around the bottom, and up the other side. I found by slip stitching with a tight tension really makes some crisp edges, but you do not want to pucker. Fasten off and weave in ends. Flip pillow so the right side is facing out and the seams are on the inside. 

Attaching crochet pillow Panels Together

Attaching Buttons:

With the back panel facing, fold front panel down over the top of the back panel and with stitch markers mark the row where each button will be placed. Using a yarn needle and green yarn, sew each button in place. 

Create a Faux Fur Pompom to attach for the fluffy bunny tail! Use the  4 or 5 inch template and easy instructions.

Place a 18×18 pillow inside the cover and enjoy!

The best thing about a removable crochet pillow is the easy maintenance. Removable covers simplify the cleaning process. Instead of washing the entire crocheted item, you can simply remove the cover and launder it separately. This makes it convenient to keep your crochet creations fresh and clean.

Plust the seasonal home decor allows you to tailor your crochet covers to the seasons adds a festive touch to your home. Swap out light, airy covers for spring and summer, and opt for warmer, cozier options in the fall and winter, effortlessly adapting your decor to the changing seasons, such as with the Crochet Nutmeg Simple Home Decor or the Cheers Crochet Pillow Pattern. I hope you enjoy this crochet pillow for all it's many uses. Happy crocheting!

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