This is a video I made around a year ago which I have had to reupload with different music because of a glitch. More info below, thanks very much for watching!

This is a crochet tutorial made for my blog. It is an easy project for beginners who want to do an actual project. The end result is a stuffed bunny rabbit.

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Crochet Tutorial for Beginners: Pink Bunny Rabbit Instructions
This is a little tutorial on the basics of crochet.
There is an accompanying blog post with photo instructions over at www.VioletLeBeaux.com
I learned from friends, books and videos so my techniques may not be 100% accurate but they’ve worked for me so far!
Enjoy and good luck with your bunny!
Finished bunny!
You need a crochet hook and yarn.
Take the end of the yarn, tie a knot but don’t pull the end through.
Use your hook to pick up the yarn in the middle.
Pull the two ends of yarn downwards.
Pull the ends apart to tighten the knot around the hook.
Wrap the yarn around the hook, front to back. It’s kind of clockwise.
Twist the hook to face down and slide the loop off the top.
The hook will catch the yarn you just wrapped around it.
Repeat to make 20 stitches.
Wrap and hook through, wrap and hook through etc.
Stop once you have done 20 chains.
This is a foundation chain!
Done! Top and bottom.
Now chain two more stitches.
Hold the end of the chain in an “L” with the extra two chains at the bottom.
Let’s make the first row.
Skipping the 2 extra chains, push the hook through the 3rd one.
Wrap the yarn around the hook.
Pull the hook down and through the loop.
The hook will catch the yarn you wrapped and pull it through to make a new stitch.
Wrap the yarn around again.
Pull the hook down and through again.
This time go through the two loops on the hook.
It forms a new stitch again.
And that completes the whole stich and takes us back to the first step again.
So the start again… push the hook through the next loop.
Wrap the yarn.
Pull it through the first loop, wrap the yarn again, pull it through the other loops.
Back at step 1!
Full transcript on my blog or turn on closed captions.