Who wouldn’t want a bunny hat with floppy ears! Hopefully the kids at the children’s hospital will love it. This hat design is part of the many hats I’m designing for my Crafting Blessing group. We are making hats for the local children’s hospital and for local kids with hair loss from Alopecia. This hat could be made as shown, or the colors can be changed up to make some really fun bunny hats.
Feel free to use this pattern, but please see the following information regarding use of this pattern. Supplies needed for this project are listed in the pattern and in the video description on YouTube.
Please do not copy or distribute this pattern in any manner or claim as your own. Written copies of this pattern can be found for purchase in my Etsy shop: www.DavetDesigns2.etsy.com.
You may sell products made from this pattern only if you clearly credit the design to me (The Davet Homestead) and provide a link to my blog www.thedavethomestead.com. No mass production or factory manufacturing of any kind is allowed. My photos may NOT be used, you must take your own photos of your finished products for your use. Please considering making hats from this pattern and donating them to your local children’s hospital, women’s shelter, homeless shelter, etc.
Below is the video tutorial on how to loom knit this bunny hat with floppy ears. You can also purchase the written pattern from my Etsy shop, which helps support my YouTube channel to continue to bring you more videos!
In the video you will learn how to knit a bunny rabbit hat with long floppy ears on a round loom from start to finish. This is a beginner video that is great for your first loom knitting project or for advanced knitters. This size hat on the 36 peg loom will usually fit ages 2 years old – adults, depending on the length of the hat. The final length of the hat I made in this tutorial was 7.75”, which fits my 5 & 6.5 year olds perfectly. Make it longer or shorter to fit your needs. Note: depending on the yarn you are using and other variables, your length may be different. Measure the hat as you go until desired length. You can use this pattern on any size loom with an even number of pegs. For odd numbered looms, you will have to adjust the pattern. I would suggest ending each K2, P2 row with an extra P1 and each P2, K2 row with an extra K1.