10 Minute Crochet Easter Bunny Keychains

Hello everyone!! Sorry I haven’t posted for a while; I’ve been pretty busy with getting ready for Easter, doing soccer, and school. I’ve decided to just post once a week for now, at least for a while, instead of twice a week. I’m going to choose Monday to be my posting day, but I’m just adding a quick little post here because I wanted to have it out before Easter (which is this Sunday…I can’t believe it!)

Today I’m sharing a pattern that I came up with a little while ago: Easter bunny keychains!! Let’s just get right into it!

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  • Worsted weight (#4) yarn
  • 3.75 mm crochet hook (any size really works, but if you use a bigger hook, you’ll have a bigger bunny)
  • Darning needle
  • Key chain


  • The chains at the beginning of the rounds do not count as stitches
  • You should know some basic stitches for this pattern
  • The numbers between the parentheses at the end of the row are the number of stitches you should have

Abbreviations and stitches

  • St – stitch
  • Sl st – slip stitch
  • Dc – double crochet
  • Mc – magic circle
  • Ch – chain


Make a mc, and ch 2.
Do 10 dc into the circle. Sl st to the first dc to join. (10)
Ch 2. Work 3 dc in each of the next 3 sts. Turn. (3)
Now, we’re going to make the ears! Ch 5, sl st into the first st. Sl st into each of the next 2 sts. Ch 5, sl st into the same st you just did.
Fasten off!
Using a darning needle, get the yarn you just fastened off, and bring it back to the center st. Attach the keychain.
Weave in the ends, and you’re done!! These really do just take about ten minutes, and are very simple if you know basic crochet stitches! You also don’t have to attach a keychain, and just have a little bunny! I also made a little one with crochet thread and attached it to earrings, and it was super cute as well! Just let your creativity flow!

I was also wondering if anyone would be interested in a blog post where I give step-by-step instructions with pictures on how to make different crochet stitches for beginners? If so, please comment!

That’s all for today’s post! Do you like to crochet? Are you making any crochet patterns for Easter? Would you like to try this one out? I’d love to chat in the comments!!

Thanks for reading, have an amazing day, and I’ll try to post something on Monday!!

~ Rebekah