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1  Bunnies for Babies(Pic Heavy) in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by SummerSin on: September 19, 2010 02:40:50 AM
I haven't been crafting much lately and had been away from this site for far too long. As of recently though I have had more free time to resume my love of crochet and been stumbling across some great patterns. I saw this one http://www.rheatheylia.com/index.php?page=patterns. and knew I had to make one (or a bunch haha) These bunnies are SO addictive! I have made a purple one for my girlfriends neice and then on to a pink one for her god daughter and am currently working on my own( It was a must, as I totally wanted to keep the pink one lol). The eyes are felt as well as the mouths/teeth. I also did a lame attempt to embrodier the girls' names on the bunnies' butts. Yes, They are both named hailey just different spellings. The nose is yarn and I added a little muzzle area for the nose. The purple one has hearts on his paws as well just for some spiffiness to try and make up for some wonky eyes (he was the first attempt) My personal bunny is a taupe/mocha color I fell in love with! I can't wait to make more and more and more creatures haha I am obsessed now!

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2  Bambi inspired bunny!!! Picture HEavy!!!! in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by SummerSin on: September 13, 2008 10:57:48 PM
So I found the pattern for FREE here:http://www.crochetville.org/forum/showthread.php?t=33311 And fell in love as I love all things bambi including his friends :-). I crocheted this one up for my neice as a xmas present and once my mom saw it decided she wants a few to give to her friends daughters as presents as well so I am currently working on a hot pink one, a lilac one and a green one. Woot! He's pretty big about 10-12 inches not including his ears. I used bernat softee chunkee yarn which kills my fingers but I love the way it works up. The only changes I will make for future bunnies is to be more patient when I am sewing the parts together ( the worst part in my opinion... I hate it.) Oh and I also sewed the eyes and mouth on rather than hot glue as it will be for a young girl (under 7). With the yarn I used it took A little over 1 skein of the main color and less than half of the tan and the cream. This pattern is lovely and not difficult at all! It took me like 3 days not even! Sorry about my crummy pics my camera hates me.

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