Monday, March 24, 2014

Crochet Spring Bunny...

Two years ago, I created a pattern for a Spring Bunny.

Since Easter is right around the corner, I decided to make a few bunnies. And, since there's a new Hobby Lobby super close to my house, I decided I needed new yarn too. The yarn is I Love This Cotton! in white, banana, pink and aqua. I love it...

I also created the pattern for you to print out.
Enjoy.

{hugs}
Laura









22 comments:

  1. So cute! Thanks for the lovely pattern, will definitely be trying these for Easter :)

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  2. that's adorable. something else to distract me from the boxes that need unpacking, LOL

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    1. Well, it doesn't take long to make one, and then you can go back to unpacking - lol

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  3. What size hook did you use and what is the finishing size of these guys?
    These are too sweet and can't wait to make some for my granddaughter

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    1. Hi Nykki,
      I used a 5 mm hook (size H/8) and the finished size is approximately 3.5 inches tall by 2 inches wide.
      -Laura

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  4. This is my first visit to your blog, I think. Your little crochet bunny bunting is so sweet! Thanks for sharing. I'm gonna have a look around here awhile.

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  5. Do you give permission to sell items from this pattern?

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  6. Thanks so much for the pattern, Laura! So, so cute!
    I´ve made a bookmark with two bunnies. If you like to see it, look at my blog!
    Nicole

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  7. Hi, I just wanted to say thank you very much for this pattern. I wrote about the bunnies I made from your pattern here: http://madeoutofthings.blogspot.co.uk/2014/03/crochet-bunnies.html I popped mine onto elastic and we've used them for all sorts. I love the bunting and think I'll need to have a little bit of bunny bunting up for Easter. Thank you. :o)

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    1. Thanks for letting me know Sarah. Going to your blog to take a look right now...

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  9. This is adorable! I'll have to remember to make these this Easter. Thank you!

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  10. I absolutely love these, but I don't understand where it says to slip stitch the ears to the head. You have written:
    "Now you need to slip stitch the ears to the head by going through the double crochet of the ear and into the top of the treble crochet of the head. Do this twice for each ear."
    I don't get any of that lol. Hopefully you're able to help?! :)

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    1. If you crochet them you'll notice that the ears are only attached to the head on the sides. To render it more secure, you can weave them to the head ( I personally just wove them to the head).

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    2. if you go to my original photo tutorial (link above and on right side bar) you will see how this is done.

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  11. These are adorable, but I don't understand what this means:
    "In the first chain you will hook the first half of four double crochets. This will leave 5 loops on your hook."

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    1. this is a bobble stitch. if you go to my original post (link above and in right side bar) you will see a photo tutorial that will help.

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  12. Thanks Laura, this is so cute!

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