Description: The Bunny Filet Crochet Baby Blanket is a charming and delicate project that combines the art of filet crochet with adorable bunny motifs. This pattern is perfect for creating a soft and cuddly blanket for a baby or young child. The filet crochet technique involves creating a grid of open and filled spaces to form intricate designs, and in this case, bunnies.

Materials Needed:

  • Worsted weight or baby-weight yarn in your choice of colors (main color for the blanket and contrasting color for the bunnies)
  • Crochet hook appropriate for your chosen yarn weight
  • Yarn needle for weaving in ends

Pattern Instructions:

  1. Begin with a foundation chain in multiples of a certain number (usually specified in the pattern). This will determine the width of your blanket.
  2. Work rows using the filet crochet technique, alternating between open (empty) squares and filled squares to create the bunny motifs and any other design elements.
  3. The bunnies can be positioned in various ways, such as forming a border around the blanket or scattered throughout the design.
  4. Follow the provided chart or written instructions for the placement of bunnies and the pattern sequence. Each square in the chart corresponds to a stitch or a group of stitches.
  5. Continue working rows until the blanket reaches your desired length, following the pattern’s instructions for color changes and bunny placement.
  6. Finish the blanket with a simple border if desired, using a coordinating color.


  • Keep your tension consistent throughout to ensure even squares and a polished final look.
  • When changing colors, carry the unused color along the edges of your work to avoid excessive weaving in of ends.
  • Take your time to read the pattern carefully before starting to understand the stitch symbols or written instructions.

Remember that the specifics of the pattern, such as stitch counts, color choices, and bunny motifs, would depend on the actual pattern you’re using. Always refer to the pattern you have for precise instructions and details. If you have the pattern, feel free to share more specific details, and I can assist you further!