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Crochet Bunny Wall Hanging: Learn How to Graphghan

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Learn how to Graphghan with this super cute bunny wall hanging pattern. It’s been a popular request to make a video tutorial for how to do Graphghans so I hope you enjoy creating this cute pattern whilst you learn how to read and crochet a Graphghan. You may have seen my Corner 2 Corner (C2C) video from many years back which is great for the basics but keep reading if you want to develop your skills further.

Bunny Wall Hanging
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    PDF Pattern

    You can purchase a low cost ad free, printable copy of this pattern HERE. Not only does it mean you get your own copy of the pattern to print, you also support a small business and help me to keep making free patterns! You also get TWO Bonus patterns, a cushion and baby blanket.

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    What you will learn

    The video tutorial (found at the base of this post) includes how to:

    • Read a chart
    • Forward plan your bobbins for colour changes
    • Increasing your C2C project
    • Decreasing your C2C project
    • Change colours

    Once you have done this and you feel confident to move forwards you can purchase the 14-page PDF pattern for the bunny wall hanging HERE. The Bunny Wall Hanging is an ‘Easy’ pattern pattern to follow! I often have people ask me if patterns are ‘suitable for beginners’ and my answer would always be “Just give it a go!” Honestly, you might surprise yourself.

    tools and Materials

    • Yarn: MillaMia Naturally Soft Aran, 100% Wool, 50g (1.75oz), 80m, (87yards) 2 balls of Ivory 221 (W) and 1 ball of Stone 202 (G).
    • You can of course substitute your yarn if you wish. Stylecraft Special Aran (in shades White and Silver) or Paintbox Simply Aran (in shades Paper White and Slate Grey) would both work well. You would need 100g of each colour. 
    • Hook: 4.5mm
    • Scissors
    • Darning Needle
    • Wooden Dowel (1.25cm/0.5inch wide and 42cm/16.5inch long)
    • Bobbins
    • Glue Gun (although not essential)
    Bunny Wall Hanging

    About Graphghan & C2C (corner to corner crochet)

    A corner to corner graph is worked from the bottom right corner and in diagonal lines upwards. This pattern can be worked from the bottom left corner if you are left handed and the pattern will not be affected. Each of the squares in the graph represents one ‘block’. These blocks are colour coded to represent your colour changes.

    You will find the written instructions and the visual chart SAMPLE to work along side the video tutorial HERE. The FULL pattern includes the graph, written instructions and colour block instructions so that you can choose which is the best method to read for you. You will need to make sure you are checking your work every few rows as it can be easy to lose track!

    Bunny Wall Hanging: Graph Sample
    EBOOK promotion for the Bella Coco How to Crochet - a Handy Reference Guide eBook.
    How to Crochet – A Handy Reference Guide eBook

    Unsure of the differences between UK and US terms? Need a refresher on how to do your crochet stitches? In my ‘How to crochet: A handy reference guide’ EBook I help you with all of these terms and you can always have them to hand! You will also get exclusive access to free video instructions. You can find my EBook HERE.

    learn how to graphghan: assisting Video Tutorials

    I know a lot of you come here for my video tutorials so you can find the assisting video tutorial available in both right and left handed versions below.

    When it comes to crocheting a C2C left handed, you will find that your work will come out in a mirror image BUT thats the great thing about doesn’t really have a right or wrong side (you just need to think about carrying your yarn on YOUR wrong side).


    video tutorial: right-handed


    Included in the PDF pattern is this beautiful matching bunny cushion and bunny baby blanket!

    Bunny Wall Hanging

    more patterns

    If you love crocheting for babies you might also like these patterns avaliable on the blog. They make beautiful gifts!

    I always love to see your makes so if you try any of my patterns or follow my stitch tutorials please tag me @bellacococrochet or use the #bellacococrochet

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    • Jeanna Mancini
      March 21, 2021 at 12:27 am

      I have been looking for a pattern like this for my first go at a graphgan. It’s lovely. Is there anywhere else to purchase the full pattern without using PayPal? Thank you.

      • BellaCocoTeam
        March 21, 2021 at 2:49 pm

        Hi Jeanna you don’t have to have a Paypal account, you can check out as a guest and pay with your credit card 🙂

    • Kathie
      April 5, 2021 at 9:14 pm

      Thank you for adding me to the regular updates, I’m already on your Facebook page. I asked to join because I’m interested in stitches and crochet techniques that I haven’t tried yet, I can read patterns and charts. I’m retired and mainly make blankets as my hands no longer like small tight stitches required to make toys etc. I have just started to make blankets for premature babies for a charity and the blankets need to be fairly hole free, so I’m interested in different stitches which I’ve not tried before.

      • BellaCocoTeam
        April 8, 2021 at 6:18 pm

        You are very welcome and what a lovely thing to do 🙂

    • Maariyah Mulla
      August 14, 2022 at 5:26 pm

      Hey Bella, i am a big fan and i have recently have seen Graphghan Bunny Wall Hanging, when i saw your video, i saw you using and app for the graphgan, what did you use?

      • BellaCocoTeam
        August 16, 2022 at 3:53 pm

        Hi Maariyah I used stitch fiddle 🙂


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