Mini-Sock Yarn Bunny by Susan B. Anderson

Mini-Sock Yarn Bunny

September 2013
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
8 stitches = 1 inch
in stockinette stitch
US 1 - 2.25 mm
77 - 87 yards (70 - 80 m)
About 4 inches tall when sitting
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This adorable pint-size bunny uses about 15 grams of fingering weight or sock weight yarn. It’s a great stash busting project and a fun way to knit with stripey, variegated or one color sock yarn. You can get a mini-bunny and an Original Opal Sock Yarn Bunny out of most 100 gram skeins of sock yarn. Or you could knit a pair of socks and make a quick bunny with your leftovers!

The original Opal Sock Yarn Bunny is the big sister or brother to this mini-version. The mini-version was developed as a toy-knitting skill builder for my workshops.

Click here for the original Opal Sock Yarn Bunny!

This bunny is knit in one-piece from the top-down without any seaming! It is a super fun knit!


Correction (fixed in the pattern on Oct. 4th, 2013):
Arms and Legs increase round:
Increase round:
(k1, m1, k4, m1, k1), repeat on each needle (8 sts per needle, 24 sts total)

The correction is for the stitch count only, the instructions remain exactly the same.