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kristel1978
« on: August 19, 2010 11:33:52 AM »

I've made this bunny before, but this one turned out way better... yay! Friends of ours very recently had a baby and I had this ready for them a while ago. Because I wasn't completely happy with my first attempt I made some changes this time.

I wanted it to be bigger, so I did sc in the back loops in stead of slip stitches. So far so good  Grin. As the head progressed, I realized this bunny would have the same too large around the bend face my first one had. If I had followed the pattern, bunny wouldn't have been as cute as his counterpart in the book. So I changed to colour B at round 12 in stead of round 18. I used acrylic yarn for the body and cotton for the face. The eyes are safety eyes, but I can imagine the parents will use it for decorative purposes only for the time being.



With the starghan for the same baby:



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Inge16
« Reply #1 on: August 24, 2010 11:55:26 PM »

So cute!
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