Coordinating Bunny Scarf, Hat, and Gloves knit patterns for some ‘bunny’ special!
I love sets. Hats, gloves, and scarves that all fit together. The bunny scarf is the last piece in my Snow Bunny set.
In no way can I consider myself a snow bunny. Living in Texas doesn’t lend itself to much skiing. But I did have a pet rabbit for a short time as a kid. And I’ve always loved rabbits. The Velveteen Rabbit still makes me emotional when I read it and I loved the Beatrix Potter books.
I kept the same ribbing on the bottom of the scarf that matches both the hat and the gloves. For the center section of the scarf I picked a moss or seed stitch. Even though these are ‘snow bunnies’ I kept thinking of bunnies playing amongst mossy trees.
The snow bunny hat and gloves are both knit in the round on double pointed needles. But the bunny scarf is knit flat from end to end on straight needles.
The first end of the scarf starts with the bottom of the bunnies and works up towards their ears.
The middle part of the scarf is done in moss stitch or seed stitch. Then the section of bunnies on the other end starts with their ears and works down towards their feet. This means that when the scarf is stretch out flat the ears of the bunnies are pointing towards each other.
It also means that when the scarf is hanging around your neck both sets of bunnies are sitting up the right way.
Ready to start knitting? Click below to get the bunny scarf knitting pattern!