Happy Spring Celebrations!


March 31, 2018 by Robin @ Imperial Crochet

Happy Easter!  Happy Passover!  Happy Spring!

No matter what you celebrate at this time of year, here’s wishing you joy and a few extra minutes of crochet time!


Granny Square Bunny Banner

It’s not the greatest photo but I wanted to show you that I finally finished a seasonal banner for my kitchen Bay window.  (Yes, there were supposed to be more bunnies but… oh well!  At least I got one banner done!

I used a crochet pattern for the circle and triangle bunnies that I found at Home at My Place.  I winged the square one and then attached them all to a single chain that has 400 stitches.  I used a 4mm hook with some leftover worsted weight yarn.  It was a very simple project that I think turned out pretty darn cute.

Thanks for stopping by today!


12 thoughts on “Happy Spring Celebrations!

  1. A very happy Spring and Easter for you too. Lovely bunnies. And you can add to the banner each year. 🙂

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