This pattern has been available in my Facebook group since November, but I thought I should get it officially published on my website in time for Easter. Rose the Rabbit is the 5th pattern release in my woodland animals series. I hope to have more time to commit to crochet and pattern-publishing in the next few months as my son gets older. I will keep you posted! Skip to primary navigation Skip to main content Skip to primary sidebar. Pin 6. Share Ravelry: Rose the Rabbit. You don't have to be a magician to pull this rabbit out of your hat!
Give her a chance and Rose the Rabbit will hippity hop her way into your heart. Supplies 3.
Notes Abbreviations sc: single crochet inc: 2sc increase dec: invisible decrease ch: chain BLO: back loop only slst: slip stitch. Instructions Be sure to read the "notes" section before proceeding.
Rose the Rabbit Free Amigurumi Pattern
Nose With pink yarn:. Ears make 2 With tan yarn: It was a pair of crocheted bunnies in wedding attire! I thought they were the most adorable things and instantly became a fan of the craft. I wanted to learn how to crochet. Luckily, my mom knew how.
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However, at the time I asked her, she had not picked up a crochet hook in years, possibly even decades. I was born in the year of the rabbit, so I have a natural fondness for bunnies. I began searching for a bunny crochet pattern and finally came across the Spring Bunny pattern designed by All About Ami. I enjoyed the repetitive movements of crocheting much more as I found it very therapeutic.
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It wasn't until I read more and more crochet blogs that I discovered that I was not alone and that many crochet artists disliked the sewing step of amigurumis. I want to reduce as much work as possible when it comes to sewing the pieces together. So I created a pattern where the head and body as one piece. In addition to that, I also adjusted the size of the head as well as the ears. Add a bit more stuffing before closing the seam. Arms make 2. Stuff the hands firmly. Sew the arms to the sides of the body, one row below the head. Legs make 2.
Stuff the feet firmly. Keep adding a bit of fiberfill after every few rounds, stuffing the legs lightly. Round sc 3, flatten the top and crochet over the opening.
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Round sc 5, flatten the top and crochet over the opening. Sew the legs to the body just above round 3 and more towards the front of the body, leaving 4 - 5 stitches count 3 - 4 holes between them. Stuff the tail firmly. Sew the tail to the body just above round 3. Straight ears make 2.
Do not stuff the ears. Push the ears flat and sew them to the head just below round 3. Floppy ears make 2. Sew the ears to the head just below round 8. Finish sewing and hide all yarn tails. I kept things simple and just tied a little satin ribbon around the neck, but you can use all your crocheting, knitting, sewing and embroidering skills to add some personal touches to your bunny. I would love to see how your bunnies turn out. Post a photo to my Facebook page or leave a comment below. All rights reserved. Feel free to sell items made with this pattern.
Thank you. I searched a lot of patterns looking for a rabbit to pair with the tortoise I crocheted. Thank you for the patterns. They are great! This way you will get a nice round result. If you increase on the same spot every round, you will get a hexagon and the increases will be more prominent. Amazing - cute as a button.
First time working in the round, difficult if you lost count but enjoyed the work. And almost went blind at the same time but absolutely loved the end product! OMG thank you SO much for your pattern! Very well done and easy to follow. I just made my 1st stuffed toy for my daughter adn she is so happy!
I loved making it! Thanks again! Gorgeous Bunny…however I too have found that the body seems a bit small compared to the head and your pictures.
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Your picture tutorials are fantastic. Just Love the pattern and your other creations. Thank you kindly for the pattern. It came out pretty good. God bless, Marie. Thank you so much for this pattern. I just made a green rabbit for a little girls birthday today! I love it!
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Thanks for sharing this cute pattern. I really loved doing it. My one year baby girl also loved her new small friend. Your instructions are really clean and easy to follow. Hermosos trabajos, se pueden traducir pero cuesta un poco entender. Hello Kristi! I love your patterns and thank you for them. And I will definitely be adding more patterns soon, I just need to play catch up with some orders first. Love these little bunnies. My 2yr old insisted it have a mouth though.
Thank you so much for your easy directions!
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