• SeiferNoir

Spring Buneary Free Crochet Pattern

Updated: Aug 26

By Seifer’s Stitches


Foreword: I really enjoy the idea of making patterns for different holidays and so decided to make one for Ostara (as I am Pagan) and decided that the Pokemon Go event Buneary would be really cute to make and crossed off my AmiDex. I included both Shiny and Standard colors since I really enjoy the pink and brown combination. This is also pattern number 50 for myself! I’m really proud of how hard I’ve been working and only have 800+ Pokemon to go! If there’s a pattern you’d like to see me create, please fill out this form! https://forms.gle/DwxKTBM8kLKQHP666 I ask for the cost of materials and shipping of the piece(s) to you after they are completed. If you have any questions, you’re always welcome to message me or email me at Seifersstitches@hotmail.com .


Please do not resell this pattern as your own, nor mass produce plushies from this pattern. If you do post photos, please tag my social media so other folks may be able to find me as well!





 

Skill Level: Intermediate Crochet Hook: US G (4.00mm) Yarn: Standard - Craftsmart Value in Toasted Almond, Pink Loops & Threads in Butterscotch Shiny - Craftsmart Value in Toasted Almond, Pink Loops & Threads in Classic Gray Flower Crown - Lavender yarn Additional Materials: Scrap of Black yarn (for mouth) Polyfil White and black felt Matching thread

Abbreviations: MR Magic Ring sc Single Crochet CH Chain HDC Half Double Crochet PC Popcorn stitch dec single crochet 2 stitches in front loop together inc single crochet 2 stitches in same sc sl st Slip stitch st(s) stitch(es) FO Finish Off


 

Finished Size: Approximately 24 inches tall (to top of ear)


Gauge: Not essential for the project

Notes: The size of the hook isn’t actually essential, as long as your project has tight, even stitches. If you crochet too loose, or use too large a hook, the stuffing will show through.


IMPORTANT: Each round will be written as

Sc, inc (18) - As an example

[ 5sc, inc ]*2 - Repeat that step in the row the amount of times as the number after the asterisk.



This means the instructions will repeat unless otherwise indicated until you get the correct number of stitches. The number in parenthesis ( ) at the end of each row is the total number of stitches in that row. Rounds are worked in a continuous spiral, and will not need to join rounds.


Please read through the whole pattern to familiarize yourself before crocheting any of the pieces to make sure you understand what is being made. If you have questions, please feel free to message/email/dm me.



 

Flower crown


Make 6 in Lavender

Row 1: Mr with 12hdc (12)

Row 2: [Sl st, (sc, hdc, sc in same st)]*6

(12)

FO, leaving a string to attach




Head/Body

Make in Toasted Almond


Row 1: Mr6 (6)

Row 2: 6inc (12)

Row 3: Sc, inc (18)

Row 4: 2sc, inc (24)

Row 5: 3sc, inc (30)

Row 6: 4sc, inc (36)

Row 7: 5sc, inc (42)

Row 8: 6sc, inc (48)

Row 9: 7sc, inc (54)

Row 10: 8sc, inc (60)

Row 11-20: Sc60 around (60)

Row 21: 8sc, Dec (54)

Row 22: 7sc, Dec (48)

Row 23: 6sc, Dec (42)

Row 24: 5sc, Dec (36)

Row 25: 4sc, Dec (30)

Row 26: 3sc, Dec (24)

Row 27: 2sc, Dec (18)

Row 28-30: Sc18 around (18)

Row 31: 2sc, inc (24)

Row 32-37: Sc24 around (24)

Row 38: 3sc, inc (30)

Row 39-40: Sc30 around (30)

Row 41: 3sc, Dec (24)

Row 42: 2sc, Dec (18)

Stuff

Row 43: Sc, Dec (12)

Row 44: 6dec (6)

FO


Short ear




Make in Toasted Almond

Row 1: Mr6 (6)

Row 2: 6inc (12)

Row 3: Sc, inc (18)

Row 4: 2sc, inc (24)

Row 5: 3sc, inc (30)

Row 6-10: Sc30 around (30)

Row 11: 3sc, Dec (24)

Row 12: 2sc, Dec (18)

FO, leaving a string to attach



Long ear

Make in Toasted Almond

Row 1: Mr6 (6)

Row 2: 6inc (12)

Row 3: Sc, inc (18)

Row 4: 2sc, inc (24)

Row 5: 3sc, inc (30)

Row 6-10: Sc30 around (30)

Row 11: 3sc, Dec (24)

Row 12-18: Sc24 around (24)

FO, leaving a string to attach




Tail

Make in Toasted Almond

Row 1: Mr6 (6)

Row 2: 6inc (12)

Row 3: Sc, inc (18)

Row 4: 2sc, inc (24)

Row 5-7: Sc24 around (24)

Row 8: 2sc, Dec (18)

Row 9: Sc, Dec (12)

FO, leaving a string to attach



Arm


Make 2 in Toasted Almond

Row 1: Mr6 (6)

Row 2: 6inc (12)

Row 3: Sc, inc (18)

Row 4-10: Sc18 around (18)

Row 11: Sc, Dec (12)

Row 12-16: Sc12 around (12)

FO, leaving a string to attach




Inner ear

Make one in Pink/Classic Gray

Row 1: Ch6, sc in 2nd st, sc4, ch1, turn

Row 2-7: Sc5, ch1, turn (5)

Row 8: Dec, sc, Dec, ch1 (3)

Sc around whole piece edge

FO, leaving a string to attach




Ear fluff

Make 2 in Butterscotch/Pink

Row 1: ch20, join (20)

Row 2: [sc, 4sc next 3sts]*5 (65)

Row 3-4: sc65 around (65)

Row 4: [pick up front loops of next 12 sc on hook, yarn over, pull thru all loops, ch 1, sc]*5 (15)

Row 5: sc around (15)

Row 6: sc4, inc (18)

Row 7: sc4, dec (15)

Row 8: sc3, dec (12)

Row 9: dec6 (6)

Weave tail between loops and pull closed




Eyebrows

Make 2 in Butterscotch/Pink

Row 1: Mr4 (4)

FO, leaving a string to attach


Body fluff

Make in Butterscotch/Pink

Row 1: Mr6 (6)

Row 2: 6inc (12)

Row 3: Sc, inc (18)

Row 4: 2sc, inc (24)

Row 5: 3sc, inc (30)

Row 6: [Sc, Sc4 in next 3 sts, sc]*6 (84)

Row 7-9: Sc84 around (84)

Row 10: [pick up front loops of next 12 sc on hook, yo and pull thru all loops, ch 1, sc]*6, sc6 (28)

Row 11-12: Sc28 around (28)

Row 13: Pc, sc (28)

FO, leaving a string to attach




Feet

Make 2 in Butterscotch/Pink

Row 1: Mr6 (6)

Row 2: 6inc (12)

Row 3: Sc, inc (18)

Row 4: 2sc, inc (24)

Row 5: 3sc, inc (30)

Row 6-10: Sc30 around (30)

Row 11: 3sc, Dec (24)

Row 12-14: Sc24 around (24)

Row 15: 2sc, Dec (18)

Row 16: Sc, Dec (12)

Stuff

Row 17: 6dec (6)

FO, weaving the yarn thru the sts and pulling it closed.




Assembly: First off, you’ll need to sew the face on. Luckily, the eyes are just black circles with slightly smaller white circles in the upper right corners. You can use scrap yarn for the nose, starting with a v in the middle of the face and making it tighter between the two markers. You’ll use pink for standard and classic gray for shiny. Use the scrap of Black yarn to sew a black line underneath both eyes, and having the needle come out below the nose and capture the long line you did by going back into the same st you came out of. You’ll come back out and put the final line up and under the bottom middle of the nose.

Next, we’ll actually start attaching things. You can start by sewing your little bean brows on, followed by attaching the ears. The brows will obviously go above the eyes, and the ears (either placement is fine) will sit on top and slightly off from the middle. Make sure to stuff these before finishing the attaching. Sew the inner ear to the long ear, facing forward. I attached the flower crown directly on the long ear, with the two front side flowers sitting behind the middle front one. You’ll attach the other three on the back how you see fit. Gently and lightly stuff the ear fluffs before attaching them to the top middle of the ears. I did this next step slightly differently, but figured I would have more issues attaching the arms first, so I stuffed the body fluff’s poofs lightly and attached it to the bottom of the body. The feet were next, sitting right below the body, just slightly off center. Next, you’ll attach the tail (also stuffed), onto the back of the body fluff (where the 6sc sit), and finally, stuffing and attaching the arms on either side of the body! If you’d like to take a little more black yarn, you can add the 2 lines on either arms and feet to show the different pads, you are more than welcome to, but this is where I finished it. And with that, you’re done! You’ve made your very own ode to spring and I’m so proud of you! If you have any questions, please feel free to message me on any of my socials or by emailing me at Seifersstitches@hotmail.com



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