Easter Bunny

I made this for Easter Egg Hunts!

Created by: Na Yeo

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  • Project Details


    I’ve been occupied with IWD so there wasn't much knitting done lately. Any knitting managed (mostly accompanied by sessions of gorging scrumptious home baked goods. Hahaha!!!) was left to scattered bits & bobs around the house.

    However, as promised (especially to fellow knitter - Hazel), I’ve quickly whipped up another 'Lulu Rattles' to test the pattern out as I tidied up my notes from Christmas.

    This is quite an easy knitting project (provided you’ve managed to conquered Judy’s Magic CO technique) with very little seaming to do (hooray!).

    So, as we look forward to celebrate Easter, I’m definitely making a few more in different colours, hide them around for our nieces & their merry friends to discover during their Easter egg hunt!


    Lulu Rattles


    • material-yarn
      Yarn A - DK (8ply) - Turquoise 1 ball
    • material-yarn
      Yarn B - DK (8ply) - Sunshine 1 ball
    • material-yarn
      Yarn C - DK (8 ply) - Navy 1 ball

    Needles & Hooks

    • Circular 4.00mm (US 6) 60cm
    • Single Point 4.00mm (US 6)


    • Stuffing
    • Tapestry Needle
    Other : . Pom pom maker (M) . Plastic flat bauble . Small bells / beads .


    Notes: Measures at (W) 10cm x (L - with ears flat) 23 cm

    * You could choose to omit the rattling insert & fill it up entirely with fibre filling, which I did with the yellow one.

    * You could also make smaller ones when omitting the rattling inserts by decreasing the stitches in a multiply of 4 (2 sts on each needle for the head), 2 for the ears, a few less rows (for both head + ears) & a much smaller sized pom poms for the tail.



    craft-knitting Knitting

    Skill Level

    difficulty Intermediate


    project-state Complete
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    • Hazel H

      St. Helens

      Once again I have to thank you for spending time tidying your notes to make a pattern; I hope everyone enjoys it. Have a Happy Easter!
      • Na Yeo

        Kuala Lumpur

        You're most welcome, Hazel. It is always a pleasure to do so & I hope other fellow knitters will enjoy the project too. As always, I'm looking forward to seeing your finished rabbits. Happy Easter to you & your family too!