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Monthly Free Pattern: Bunny Butt Coasters

Updated: Feb 13

The “Bunny Butt Coaster” pattern is also available as a premium PDF download on Ravelry.

These adorable 100% cotton Bunny Butt Coasters will be a great addition to your Easter décor!

These coasters are as useful as they are adorable!

Grab some cotton yarn and whip up these precious cotton-tailed critters.

They make the perfect embellishment for your home as coasters or a cute garland when strung together and hung.

Any bunny lover would be HOPPY to receive them, not only at Easter,

but any time of the year.

Materials ➤ Yarn: 100% Cotton – #4 / Worsted Weight (Such as Lily Sugar ‘n Cream.) ➤ Yardage: 20 – 25 yds per coaster ➤ Hooks: 4.5 mm ➤ Stitch Markers ➤ Scissors ➤ Darning Needle

Stitches & Abbreviations US Terminology ➤ * * = Repeat stitch pattern between * * ➤ Ch# = Chain number of times specified ➤ St/Sts = Stitch/Stitches ➤ SS = Slip Stitch ➤ SC = Single Crochet ➤ HDC = Half Double Crochet ➤ DC = Double Crochet ➤ TR = Treble Crochet

Notes & Special Instructions ➤ Rachel Froud Art video tutorial on making a small pompom: ➤ Chains at beginning of a round/row NEVER count as a stitch. ➤ Total number of stitches per round/row in (#) at end. ➤ I tend to crochet TIGHT, so you may need to adjust your hook size to accommodate. ➤ I prefer to use the Chainless Beginning DC at the beginning of DC rows/rounds. Therefore, there will be NO Chain instructions on those rows. The first stitch in these rows/rounds will be noted as a regular DC. Use the method you prefer for the 1st stitch of these rows/rounds. ➤ I suggest using the invisible join for a seamless look when finishing off. Heart Hook Home video tutorial for Invisible Join

Gauge: 13 DC x 7 Rows (Not Critical)

Finished Size: ~ 4.25” across center ~6.75” H (including ears)

Bunny Butt Coaster Pattern


At end of each round, SS to join & do NOT turn.


Magic Circle     OR     Ch6 & SS to form circle.

Rnd 1:

REMINDER:  Pattern is written using a chainless beginning DC. Use your preferred method for the 1st DC.

Ch1, 12 DC in the circle.     (12)

Rnd 2:

2 DC in each st around.     (24)

Rnd 3:

1 DC in 1st st, 2 DC in next st, 1 DC in next st, 2 DC in next st.  Repeat around.     (36)

Rnd 4:

Ch1, 2 SC in 1st st, 1 SC in each of next 2 sts.  2 SC in next st, 1 SC in each of next 2 sts.  Repeat 3 more times.     (20)

EAR:  (OPTION:  Use a smaller hook for EARS to make them curl a little.)  

*Ch10 (loose enough to working into back of chain)

Working back down into back bumps of chain:  1 HDC in 2nd ch, 1 DC in next ch, 1 TR in each of next 5 chs, 1 DC in next ch, 1 HDC in last ch, 1 SC in same st as Ch10 started in.*     

(10 + Ch10)

1 SC in each of next 3 sts.     (3)

Repeat “EAR” again.

1 SC in each of next 2 sts, 2 SC in next st.  Repeat 5 more times.     (24)

Use invisible join to fasten off.  Weave in ends

Tail Placement & Pompom Options 

Tail Placement:

Attach pompom at bottom center of circle (just left of final join).

Pompom Options:

1 – Make a small pompom.

2 – Store bought small (~1”) pompom.

(OPTION: For removable tail, hot glue pompom to small button (size to fit between your DC sts.)

3 – Crochet small circle with white yarn & sew in place.

Marsha YarnDoodles' Links This pattern is for personal use. You may NOT alter, sell, copy, transfer, trade, distribute, or claim this pattern or its images as your own. Feel free to sell finished products made with this pattern.  Please credit @MarshaYarnDoodles as the pattern designer. This pattern is property of: @MarshaYarnDoodles. © 2023

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