Hello everyone, guys. Today I am going to share you a very nice plush free bunny amigurumi pattern . I hope you will like it. Bunny amigurumis have become very popular in recent days. We all know that children love it.
@Shegera13 by this amigurumi made of plush yarn. Thank you very much. Some kids love big-eared rabbit models in this way. I will continue to share quite a lot of varieties for you on my blog.
You can find the details of the pattern in the pdf file.
The toy is crocheted with crochet, and the ears are half crocheted.
For work, you need a hook and yarn Himalaya Dolphin Baby or YarnArt Dolce. Yarn consumption – one and a half skein, taking into account the use of two colors. The eyes are on a secure mount, the handles are tied, the legs can move thanks to the use of plastic joints for toys.

Abbreviations
sc : Single Crochet
inc : Increase
dec : Decrease
tr : Triple Crochet/ Treble Crochet
st: Stitch
dc : Double Crochet
hdc: Half Double Crochet
sl-st : Slip Stitch
ch : Chain
..in : make increase into same stitch as many as the number which is given in front of “inc” abbreviation (exp; 3inc, 4inc..).
FLO : Crochet into front loops only
BLO : Crochet into back loops only
BL : Bobble Stitch – do 5dc all in the same stitch and then yarn over and pull through all the loops on your hook (the original loop + 1 loop for each partially completed dc).

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Hands (2times):
1) 6sc in MR (6)
2) (sc, inc)x3 (9)
3-5) 9sc (3 row)
6) dec, 7sc (8)
7) 8 sc
8) dec, 6sc (7)
9-10) 7sc (2 row)
11) dec, 5sc (6)

Legs (2times):
1) 5ch, in the 2nd from the hook, 3sc, in the last ch 3 sc, then on the other side 2 sc, inc (10)
2) inc, 2sc, (inc)x3, 2sc, (inc)x2 (16)
3) sc, inc, 2sc, (sc, inc)x3, 2sc, (sc, inc)x2 (22)
4) Behind the back wall 22sc
5) 22sc
6) sc, dec, 3sc, (dec)x4, 4sc, dec, 2sc (16)
7) 4sc, (dec)x3, 4sc, dec (12)
8-14) 12sc (7 rows)
15) (dec)x6 (6)
Pull off.

Body:
1) 6sc in MR (6)
2) (inc)x6 (12)
3) (sc, inc)x6 (18)
4) (2sc, inc)x6 (24)
5) (3sc, inc)x6 (30)
6) 11sc, (sc, inc)x4, 11sc (34)
7-9) 34sc (3 row)
If the legs are on the joints, then you need to insert them into the body between the 6th and 7th rows.
+2 sc for offset
10) 11sc, (sc, dec)x4, 11sc (30)
11-13) 30sc (3 row)
+1 sc for offset
14) (3sc, dec)x6 (24)
15) 24sc
16) (2sc, dec)x6 (18)
+1 sc for offset
17) 18sc (we knit hands)
18) (sc, dec)x6 (12)

Head:
We continue to knit with the same thread.
19) (inc)x12 (24)
20) (sc, inc)x12 (36)
+2 sc for offset
21) (5sc, inc)x6 (42)
22) (6sc, inc)x6 (48)
23-28) 48sc (6 rows)
29) (6sc, dec)x6 (42)
We insert safety eyes between 28 and 29 rows.
30-31) 42sc (2 row)
+ 1 sc for offset
32) (5sc, dec)x6 (36)
33) (4sc, dec)x6 (30)
We stuff our head.
34) (3sc, dec)x6 (24)
35) (2sc, dec)x6 (18)
36) (sc, dec)x6 (12)
37) (dec)x6 (6)
Pull off.

Muzzle:
1) 6ch, in the 2nd from the hook, inc, 3sc, in the last ch 3sc, on the other side 4sc (12)
2) sc, inc, 3sc, inc, sc, inc, 3sc, inc (16)

Tail:
1) 6sc in MR (6)
2) 6sc

Ears:
We change the hook to a larger size, knit the ears of the psn, alternating knitting for the front and for the back wall.
1) 6sc in MR (6)
2) (inc)x6 (12)
3) (sc, inc)x6 (18)
4) (2sc, inc)x6 (24)
5) (3sc, inc)x6 (30)
6-10) 30sc (5 rows)
+2 sc for offset
11) (3sc, dec)x6 (24)
12-13) 24sc
+1 sc for offset
14) (2sc, dec)x6 (18)
15) 18sc
16) (sc, dec)x6 (12)
17) (dec)x6
Pull off.
Sew on the tail from behind, the muzzle under the eyes, ears to the head