Quick Super Chunky Baby Bunny Hat

I made this for my little one as a bit of a joke (he is going to hate me when he is 18 and all these pictures surface!). Anyway. I made it up as I went. It was very quick, it took maybe an hour or so to make and is made from Robin Super Chunky in Silver and an 8mm hook. 


I jotted down the stitches as I went. (Again. I’m no pattern writer, this may not make complete sense but you will hopefully get the idea)

  1. Make a magic loop, chain 2 and make 6hdc (us) into the loop. 
  2. 2 hdc in each stitch. (12)
  3. 2 hdc in each stitch (24)
  4. (2 hdc in first stitch, 1 in next) repeat 12 times. (36) 
  5. Hdc in each stitch (36) repeat until it is long enough. (I made a little point on the front of my hat. In the middle of the last round I did a hdc as normal, dc in next, tc in next, dc in next and carried on with the hdc as normal until the end.)

The hat was a bit big for him (he is 4 months old), to be honest it will probably fit him next year too, for a similar size or smaller baby I would reduce the number of stitches next time. For an adult I would add an extra row of increase before you start the body of the hat. 

For the ears I made each separately and sewed them on at the end. I used double crochet instead of half double as I wanted the ears to be a bit more floppy. The turning chain counts as the first dc throughout. 

  1. Chain 7 + 2 for turning
  2. Double crochet in third chain from hook. Dc in each stitch. (7) Chain 2. 
  3. (Skip 1st stitch. 6dc.) repeat 6 times. Chain 2. 
  4. Skip 1st stitch. 1dc. Dc3tog, dc,dc. (5) Chain 2
  5. Skip 1st stitch. 4dc. (5) Chain 1
  6. Skip 1st. Hdc, dc, hdc, sc, chain 1. (5) Repeat twice. 
  7. (Dc 2 tog) x2. Finish off. Sew in ends and stitch to hat. 

I hope you enjoy this! 

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