This darling velvet crochet bunny lovey is so cozy and snuggly! Made with chunky velvet yarn, it will be your baby’s favorite squishy friend. The construction of this bunny lovey is very easy and the chunky yarn makes it a quick project for an evening or weekend. This post includes affiliate links, which means I get a small commission if you make a purchase, at no extra cost to you. Thank you for your support!
I missed the velvet trend of the late 90’s. I admit, I wasn’t sure how much I loved it when it started coming around again. However, it has started to grow on me! I bought a couple skeins of Bernat Velvet without any particular plan for them.
All it took was a bit of skein squishing to realize this delicious yarn would be perfect for little something for a baby. I decided it would be perfect for a simple crochet baby lovey, so this velvet crochet bunny lovey was born.
The velvet yarn is a thicker weight, so this little lovey is a quick evening or weekend project. Also, it’s much easier to work with than other boutique/textured yarns. The stitches are more pronounce so I didn’t find it to be a challenge to work what in the least.
I decided to whip up a darling little crochet knot hat as well. It’s a darling set, and would be so cute for photos! The velvet knot hat is sized for a newborn.
VELVET CROCHET BUNNY LOVEY – CROCHET PATTERN
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– 7mm, 6mm Hooks
– Bernat Velvet in 2 colors
– Darning Needle
Abbreviations: US Terms
Ch – chain
Sc – single crochet
Sc2tog – Single Crochet Decrease
Hdc – Half Double Crochet
Sl st – Slip Stitch
St – stitch
BLO – Back Loops Only
Gauge: (not important)
LOVEY BLANKET PATTERN: Approx. 14″ x 14″
The pattern includes both the bunny lovey and the newborn size knot hat, the PDF download can be purchased in my shops:
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I have made several things with the velvet yarn. I love the soft and squishy part of the yarn. The part that I had problems with, was the ends do not want to stay woven in. By nature of the slippery yarn, they slip out. I have had to use fabric glue to keep the ends from coming loose. The glue tends to put a hard spot on the yarn. Be careful when washing, it will loosen and there will be loops, sometimes long loops. No good for little babies!