Ghost Bunny by Nicola Schofield

Ghost Bunny

November 2011
DK (11 wpi) ?
gauge is not important as long as it is the same for all parts.


It doesn’t matter what time of year it is, Mr Rabbit likes nothing more than cutting holes in sheets and scaring everyone by pretending to be a ghost. Mrs Rabbit however, is less than impressed.

You can purchase just the pattern for the bunny and ghost outfit or, if you want more outfits, why not buy the eBook and get the Santa and SuperBunny outfits too for less money than it would cost to get them separately. You can also mix and match - if you make SuperBunny’s mask in black and the Santa hat you can have a Santa ninja :) once you get the idea I’m sure you can come up with you’re own original outfits too.

What you will need:

~25g of DK yarn for the bunny and a 4mm hook (If you want to use a different weight of yarn then a different amount may be needed and you will need to use this same weight of yarn and the same sized hook for his clothes to ensure that they fit). Gauge is not too important as long as you complete all parts of the bunny in a similar weight yarn and use the same sized hook. I used DK weight yarn and a 4mm hook for all parts and outfits.

~25g of white DK yarn for the ghost outfit (if you did not use DK yarn to make the bunny then you should use the same weight of yarn and hook size for the ghost outfit as you did for the bunny. The amount needed may be different).


A stitch marker (I just use a curtain hook but I know of people using safety pins and paper clips too)

A yarn needle for sewing parts together

A small button for attaching the bunny’s clothes (not needed for ghost outfit but used for others)

Buttons, scraps of felt or embroidery thread for eyes

A fork to make the small pompom for his tail

Ability to create a magic ring and complete simple crochet stitches such as dc and tr.