Crochet Bunny Slippers | Free Crochet Pattern Modification

A simple, step-by-step guide, on how to crochet a squishy pair of bunny slippers. Free pattern includes full video and photo tutorial.

I just love this time of year! I love all the colors, warmer weather, longer days and SUNSHINE!!! I really missed the sunshine.

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To help celebrate the arrival of spring I am participating in a Bunny Blog Hop!! This Bunny Blog Hop is compiled of 10 amazing crochet designers bringing you 10 amazing, spring-tastic, FREE crochet patterns!!

Here are the 9 free crochet patterns from all the other designers involved in the blog hop.

April 7th – 3amgracedesigns – Easter Peep Kawaii Cuddler
April 8th – Hooked Hazel – Easter Sunday Shawlette
April 8th – Evelyn and Peter – The Beehive Bag
April 9th – Divine Debris – Carrot Belly Bunny Ami
April 9th – Crochet by Ellen – Bubble Basket
April 10th – Life and Yarn – Kagan Boho Crossbody
April 10th – Crazy4CrochetMomma – Woodland Bunny Purse
April 11th – Hooked On Tilly – Polo Fanny Pack
April 11th – Taylor Lynn Crochet – Springtide Halter Top

When I was asked to join the Bunny Blog Hop, I immediately knew I had to make some crochet bunny slippers! I mean, what’s more, Bunny Blog Hoppy than crochet bunny slippers?!

This is a free pattern modification to my free crafty boho slipper pattern. You will need the Crafty Boho Slipper pattern in order for the bunny mod to make sence. Here are all the places you can find the Crafty Boho Slipper pattern.

Crafty Boho Slippers | Bunny Modification 


Crafty Boho Slipper Pattern- Linked Above
Bernat Blanket Yarn
Worsted weight yarn for the center of the ears and pom tail
7.0mm Crochet Hook
5.0mm Crochet Hook
Tapestry Needle
Clover size small Pom pom maker (optional)
Binder Clip (optional) 

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Stitch Key (US Terms)
CH= Chain
SC= Single Crochet
INC= Increase (put two stitches in the same space. In this case, single crochet stitches)

Outer Ears | Make two
With your Bernat Blanket yarn and 7mm crochet hook

Row 1: Make a slip knot and CH 7

Starting in the back bump CLOSEST to your hook, SC 6 (in the back bumps).

SC 5 in the last back bump space 

SC 6 back up the opposite side of the starting chain. 

Tie off leaving a long tail for attaching to your slipper. Sew in your first tail.

Inner Ears | Make two
With your worsted weight yarn and 5.0mm crochet hook

Row 1: Make a slip knot and CH 10. 

Skip the first back bump closes to your hook and SC 8 (in the back bump).

SC 5 in the last back bump space

SC 8 back up the opposite side of the starting chain.

Tie off leaving a long tail for attaching to your outer ear piece. Sew in your first tail. 

Ear Assembly 
Line up your inner ear piece and center it onto your outer ear piece, wrong sides touching. 

Pro tip: You can use a binder clip to hold your pieces together while you work. 

Thread your worsted weight tail onto a tapestry needle and whip stitch your inner ear piece onto your outer ear piece. 

This can be a little tricky since the Bernat Blanket yarn doesn’t have any fibers you can stick your needle through.

You have to make sure you are going under the yarn and not just through the fuzzy bits. If you are having trouble with this you can watch the video here and skip to 9:05 mark.

Sew in your tail.

Attaching Ears to Slippers

Hold your assembled ears up onto your slipper so you can get a good idea of how/where you want to attach them.

Thread your Bernat Blanket yarn tail onto your tapestry needle and begin to sew the ear onto the slipper.

Pom Pom
Using your small clover pom pom maker and your pink worsted weight yarn, make a tiny little pom pom tail for your bunny slipper. 

Pull the pom pom tails into the slipper from the outside, secure with a knot, then sew them into the slipper.

Tip: If you want the slippers to be machine washable just attach your pom pom with a bow so it can be removed for washing.

There you have it! A super cute little bunny slipper that’s perfect for spring, Easter, or any time of year really ????

I hope you love this pattern mod! If you post any pics please tag me @ACraftyConcept, I would LOVE to see how cute your bunny slippers turned out!! As always thank you so much for supporting my business and allowing me to do what I love every single day!!

Happy Crocheting

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