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Security Blanket – Bunny

I know, it’s been a long time since I posted something. I was (and still am) busy with my exams. Nevertheless, I am happy to have a little break before next week and share my new project with you.

I have made a lovely security blanket – bunny, and also wrote down a pattern for it.

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Pattern

Base:

Granny square (as big as you wish). Finishing: crab stitch.

Bunny head:

MR, sc6 in the ring

R1: 2sc in each sts (12)

R2: 2sc, sc –> rep 6 times (18)

R3: 2sc, sc2 –> rep 6 times (24)

R4: 2sc, sc3 –> rep 6 times (30)

R5: 2 sc, sc4 –> rep 6 times (36)

R6: 2sc, sc5 –> rep 6 times (42)

R7-R12: sc in each sts (42)

R13: dec, sc5 –> rep 6 times (36)

R14: dec, sc4 –> rep 6 times (30)

R15: dec, sc3 –> rep 6 times (24)

R16: dec, sc2 –> rep 6 times (18)

R17: dec, sc –> rep 6 times (12)

R18: dec –> rep 6 times (6)

Fasten off, leaving a long tail for sowing it to the base. Remember to stuff it.

Ears (make 2):

MR, sc6 in the ring.

R1: 2 sc in each sts (12)

R2: 2sc, sc –> rep 6 times (18)

R3: 2sc, sc2 –> rep 6 times (24)

R4-R6: sc24

R7: dec, sc2 –> rep 6 times (18)

R8-R10: sc18

R11: dec, sc –> rep 6 times (12)

R11-R14: sc12.

Slip stitch to the next stitch, fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing it to the head.

Sew everything together.

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My Second Attempt to Make Amigurumi

Good morning!

It has been a long time since I was silently reading forums about little cute crochet things. I was always afraid to try because it seemed so difficult and time consuming. Small details scared me too. How can I crochet tiny things with these huge fingers?? I couldn’t understand. Until one day I said to myself: that’s it, enough to sit and just stare, do it!

So there I was, making my first Amigurumi owl (thank you for the pattern Sarah!). It was a very simple pattern, but I still didn’t trust in myself and used yarn leftovers. You know, just in case I will ruin it. Guess what? I didn’t ruin it, though will never ever use leftovers unless I’m sure that it will be enough. My owl turned out to have two different wings as I didn’t have the same color anymore and the thickness of the yarn was different too. Oh my!

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It didn’t stop me. Next day I found a pattern of a very cute bunny here: Cute Little Bunny. I decided to try. The process was rather difficult because I couldn’t understand how to crochet its body and legs. I tried a hundred times and it didn’t work out. I got very upset and irritated. The head and a cap with sweet little ears were so beautiful. I didn’t want to stop. Then I tried to find another bunny or a video with instructions. I wasn’t that lucky. Finally, I ended up making a body differently than it says in the pattern. I think it turned out quite fine. When I was done with it I borrowed a pattern of bunny legs from a different bunny to fit mine (sadly I didn’t save the link or anything and can’t thank you for them, but if you are coincidentally reading it: THANK YOU VERY MUCH, YOU SAVED MY BUNNY’S LIFE!). So here it is my little bunny with some strangers legs (I think it turned out even better than I expected it to be):

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