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Bunnies bunnies it must be bunnies

I finally finished my last Easter make yesterday, yes I know Easter was months ago.  We haven’t seen our friends G and B since February, that was too see their new born baby C.  G has an older daughter G, she is Glens goddaughter and he has known her parents from before she was born. We have been quite busy since Easter and Band G don’t have G every weekend so it has been hard to get a date sorted.  We bought G an Easter egg back when they were being sold (well duh) but we thought it best not to give a baby a chocolate egg.  After trying to make some crochet eggs, I only had toy stuffing to fill them with and the shape didn’t hold, I decided to revisit an old crochet make and give her a bunny.

I found these instructions a few years ago and they were one of the first toys I ever made.  This pattern is based around a granny square design so it made it a bit easier to go from granny squares to this bunny.

I made the pink one last year for little S and the yellow one is the one I made yesterday.  Unfortunately I didn’t take pictures of the two that I made two years ago, they were for Glens little cousins A and S who were visiting from Australia.  This little guy is also the first time that I have used safety eyes instead of sewing eyes in, I think safety eyes are the way forward.

That is all for today.

Thank you for reading.  Happy crocheting x

 

 

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I am a new mum to a little girl, wife to my husband Glen and owner to Stitch the angora rabbit. We all live in the South West of England’s. We share our house with my depression, fibromyalgia and his comics and Lego. I enjoy making things and have learnt how to crochet, baking, sowing, simple cake decorating, card making and a bit of decorating.

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