Boy bunny with a piebald patch
This listing is for an extensive PDF file which contains full instructions for knitting and finishing off a little cotton rabbit boy with a stripy sweater and shorts. Once paid for it is available for you to instantly download.
The file is 14 pages long and contains 50 detailed step-by-step photographs along with full pattern instructions and tips for stuffing, seaming and finishing neatly. It is less of a knitting pattern and more of a ‘how to’ manual.
The pattern is for knitting flat on two needles and all pieces are seamed afterwards. Please note that this project is not a quick or simple knit. It takes me around 14 hours to knit and finish each of the animals that I make and just under half of that time is spent on the finishing off. There are lots of separate pieces which require seaming and sewing and if you are looking for something fast and easy you would probably be better off finding a different pattern. That said this PDF file will give you all of the information and techniques that you need to knit the little bunny pictured.
What you will need:
M a t e r i a l s:
• DK, worsted or light aran yarn (approx 36m): Yarn A
• DK, worsted or light aran yarn (approx 45m): Yarn B
• 4ply weight yarn in 3 contrasting colours for the clothing: Yarn C, Yarn D, Yarn E
• Scraps of black and grey yarn, DK or 4ply for the eyes and facial features
• Scraps of cream DK, worsted or aran for the tail
• Toy stuffing
• A tiny button
N o t i o n s:
• Knitting needles: A pair each of 3mm and 2.75mm
• Tapestry needle
F i n i s h e d s i z e:
approx 24cm (10 inches) from the tip of the toes to the top of the ears
Two Pattern Discount….
If you buy any two of my boy or girl knitted animal patterns at the same time (use the add to basket feature) you will receive a discounted price on the second pattern.
There will be more knitted animal patterns following over the coming months.
Copyright, Julie Williams, Little Cotton Rabbits, 2013
All rights reserved
I’ve been making these bunnies since 2003 and there are lots of ideas for colours on my blog and my flickr photostream (check out my profile for links)