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Our Little Bunny
Our Little Bunny

"This is just a little bunny pattern I created using one ball of Bernat Pop! yarn and a 3.5 mm hook (E). You can make yours with any medium weight yarn. Other supplies you will need include 12 mm safety eyes (or buttons) and fiberfill stuffing. You may also want a pom pom maker but I have included instructions on how to make your own pom poms in the post too. I hope you love our little bunny! "

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Crochet HookE/4 or 3.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished Size17 inches tall (including ears); 4 inches wide at her bottom

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This Amigurumi pattern is really involved. Not only do you have to crochet in rounds, you have to prepare the yarn prior to starting. Would it have been easier to purchase different skeins of yarn?

What a cute bunny pattern. I love the change of colors and I am totally surprised at how this designer created this. The skill level is showing as easy and I guess that is because of the crochet techniques used because there are a lot of steps involved. It turns out to be a pretty big toy and I know a special little girl that would love this.

This is an adorable little bunny but I am thoroughly confused about how Rhondda has managed to get the color bars matching on the ears and limbs. In one illustration she has the multicolored cake, and in another, theres a bowl filled with different colored yarn balls. Did I miss something and she cut the yarn to form balls of various colors? Good thing I downloaded the free .pdf because Im going to have to study this one.

How creative. I am amazed at how the coloring on the bunny came out by using the Pop yarn. I have to admit that I did not know what Amigurumi meant. I have seen the word used on a lot of stuffed toys but wasnt really sure what the difference was between the two. Found out there is none. It is just another word used for a crochet or knitted stuffed toy.

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