Rosalee Rabbit by S. Pendleton

Rosalee Rabbit

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April 2011
DK or Sport
DK (11 wpi) ?
2.75 mm (C)
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Discontinued. This digital pattern is no longer available online.

The Rosalee Rabbit crochet pattern contains instructions to make an 11” bunny from DK or sport-weight yarn using a C (2.75mm) crochet hook. Rosalee was designed to be safe for children. Her head, body, and arms are crocheted in one piece, and her legs are sewn on. Rosalee’s eyes, nose and mouth are embroidered. She is 11” (28cm) tall when made from the materials listed.

Instructions are provided for the rabbit with attached dress, shoes, hat, and bloomers, a separate little capelet, and a basket full of carrots and turnips. The booklets contain 20 pages of instructions, including color photographs.

The Rosalee Rabbit pattern is recommended for the intermediate crocheter. Very basic sewing and embroidery skills are used to complete the doll.

Materials and Supplies:

• DK or sport weight yarn
Cream (about 250 yds) - Rabbit
White – (about 50 yds) – Dress Bodice and Trim, ,Turnips
Coral – (about 200 yds) - Dress
Teal – (about 35 yds) – Shoes, Hat
Light Purple – (about 75 yds) – Capelet, Flower,Turnips
Light Pink – (about 10 yds) – Inner Ears
Yellow (about 5 yds) - Flower
Tan (about 50 yds) - Basket
Orange (about 15 yds) - Carrots
2 shades of green (about 5 yds ea) – Carrot and Turnip Tops

• C Crochet hook (2.75 mm)

• One 10-yd (9.14 meter) spool of ¼“ (6mm) ribbon, light purple or color that most closely matches the color of the capelet

• Fiberfill stuffing

• Sewing Needles, including a large blunt point tapestry needle, a two-inch needle (such as a nr 7 darner or a nr 7 milliners), 5-inch doll needle

• Hemostat, long tweezers, or other long, narrow tool to help with stuffing

• Watercolor pencil or makeup blusher, pink, for shading cheeks

• Small sharp scissors

Use the same size hook and yarn for all pieces. If you have to make two pieces the same, such as arms or legs, I suggest that you make both in the same sitting. Your tension can vary depending on the time of day, mood, etc.

You may sell the items that you create from the pattern. You may translate the pattern into your language. You may NOT sell the pattern.