Bunny Ears Pansy by Leticia Lebron

Bunny Ears Pansy

Crochet
April 2020
Thread ?
1.25 mm
US
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What You Get:

  • Digital planner style ebook
  • Printer friendly ebook (save on ink)

I love decorating for Easter, especially with something I can create myself! With Easter right around the corner, this Easter Tablescape fits right in.

Our Easter tables are always a place for conversation. Let this crochet “Bunny Ear Pansy” be the talk at the table. Create these little beauties even at the last minute with EASY to follow along instructions and step by step images to guide you along the way. Create them in brights or pastels or even just the perfect color to compliment your table decor.

Known for its beautiful colors and wonderful meanings, pansies are a great way to show your loved ones just how you feel about them by simply adding the right color.

Make them in:

  • Pink to show love, to bring about communication energy or even to just be playful

  • Purple to show compassion

  • Blue to bring out joy

  • Green to show kindness and bring out harmony

  • Yellow to promote positivity around the table

  • Red to bring excitement to the table

  • Orange to show your creative side

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Measurements

1 1/4” x 1 1/4” (0.6 cm x 0.6 cm)

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Materials Needed

  1. Bird nest. The simpler, the better.

  2. Clay for creating eggs (Optional)

  3. 24 gauge wire

  4. Size 1.25 crochet needle

  5. #10 Thread

  6. Chalk, paints or markers (Optional)

  7. Fabric stiffener. (Optional)

  8. Green floral tape.

  9. Glue Gun/Glue (Optional… you can sew them instead)

Adding other decors like birds or butterflies is a plus!

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Pansy Fun Facts

  • Edible blooms

  • Not all pansies have fragrance

  • February’s birth flower

  • The name “pansy” is derived from the French word pensée, “thought”, and was imported into Late Middle English as a name of Viola in the mid-15th century

  • Pansies and Violas are close cousins

  • Pansies are known to symbolize memories

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To bringing crochet and gardening together in a fun and easy way,

Leticia