Next week my husband and I will be welcoming a new furbaby into our household. We are adopting a rescue rabbit. We have been working hard on finishing the hutch. The frame work is done and we painted it yesterday, the screening will go on later this week. I will be sure to post pictures when we finish.
3 colors of worsted weight yarn
Size F (3.75 mm) hook
Black embroidery floss
Polyester fiber fill
Clip to keep place
White=A, Orange=B, Yellow=C
work in continuous rounds
- Color A, chain 2
- Round 1: work 6 sc in first chain
- Round 2: sc in each sc around
- Round 3: work 2 sc in each sc around - 12 st
- Round 4-5: sc in each sc around
- Round 6: color B, sc in each sc around
- Round 7: *2 sc in next st, sc in next st, rep from * around - 18 st
- Round 8-9: sc in each sc around
- Round 10: *2 sc in next st, sc in each of next 2 sts, rep from * around - 24 st
- Round 11-12: color C, sc in each sc around
- Round 13: *2 sc in next st, sc in each of next 3 sts, rep from * around - 30 st
- Stuff lightly
- Sc across bottom to close
- Weave in ends
Color A, work in in continuous rounds
- Chain 2
- Round 1: work 8 sc in first chain
- Round 2-7: sc in each sc
- Whip stitch across bottom
Sew ears to top edges of white of body. Embroider a cute face using embroidery floss.
Make a small pompom out of color C and sew to back of body.
This bunny is the perfect size to fit in a child's pocket. It would be a great toy for car trips.
Make in all sizes by changing hook and yarn sizes.
Candy Corn Bunny on Ravelry
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