lym81

Emma Bunny Rabbit Amigurumi

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I just finished making this pattern today and wanted to share it all with you :) Pictures are at the bottom of this post.

 

 

Materials

 

  • 3 mm Crochet Hook
  • Stuffing
  • 6 mm Eyes
  • Sewing Needle
  • Scissors
  • Pins
  • Yarn (Double Knitting/Light Worsted)
  • Black Cotton
  • Wire Brush
  • 3 mm Adhesive Gems
  • 2.5 cm Pom-Pom

Abbreviations

 

Note: instructions use US abbreviations.

Ch = Chain

Dec = Decrease

Inc = Increase

SC = Single Crochet

F/O = Fasten Off

 

 

Head

 

1 - 6 SC in Magic Ring. (6)

2 - Inc in each SC around. (12)

3 - Inc in each 2nd SC. Repeat around. (18)

4 - Inc in each 3rd SC. Repeat around. (24)

5 - Inc in each 4th SC. Repeat around. (30)

6 - Inc in each 5th SC. Repeat around. (36)

7 to 13 - SC around. (36)

14 - Dec in each 5th & 6th SC. Repeat around. (30)

15 - Dec in each 4th & 5th SC. Repeat around. (24)

16 - Dec in each 3rd & 4th SC. Repeat around. F/O. (18)

 

 

Body

 

1 - 6 SC in Magic Ring. (6)

2 - Inc in each SC around. (12)

3 - Inc in each 2nd SC. Repeat around. (18)

4 - Inc in each 3rd SC. Repeat around. (24)

5 - SC around. (24)

6 - Inc in each 4th SC. Repeat around. (30)

7 to 9 - SC around. (30)

10 - Inc in each 5th SC. Repeat around. (36)

11 to 14 - SC around. (36)

15 - Dec in each 5th & 6th SC. Repeat around. (30)

16 - Dec in each 4th & 5th SC. Repeat around. (24)

17 - Dec in each 3rd & 4th SC. Repeat around. (18)

 

Start to stuff the body.

 

18 - Dec in each 2nd & 3rd SC. Repeat around. (12)

19 - Dec in each SC around. F/O. (6)

 

Sew through last round to close up hole.

 

 

Legs (make 2)

 

1 - Ch 7. (7)

2 - Work in both sides of the chain. In the 2nd ch from the hook, SC in the first 5 ch. SC 3 times in the next ch. SC in next 4 ch, Inc in last ch. (14)

3 - Inc in 1st, 7th, 8th & 14th SC. (18)

4 to 5 - SC around. (18)

6 - SC in first 5 sc, Dec 4 times over the next 8 SC, SC in last 5 SC. (14)

7 - SC in first 5 sc, Dec 2 times over the next 4 SC, SC in last 5 SC. (12)

8 - SC around. (12)

9 & 10 - SC around. F/O. (12)

 

 

Arms (make 2)

 

1 - 6 SC in Magic Ring. (6)

2 - Inc in each SC around. (12)

3 to 6 - SC around. (12)

7 - Dec in each 2nd & 3rd SC. Repeat around. (8)

 

Start to stuff the arm.

 

8 & 9 - SC around. F/O. (8)

 

 

Ears (make 2)

 

1 - 6 SC in Magic Ring. (6)

2 - Inc in each SC around. (12)

3 - Inc in each 2nd SC. Repeat around. (18)

4 to 11 - SC around. (18)

12 - Dec in each 2nd & 3rd SC. Repeat around. (12)

13 to 16 - SC around. F/O. (12)

 

 

Making Up

 

Before sewing any of the parts together make sure you brush each part with a wire brush if you want your rabbit to look fluffy. Attach the safety eyes to the head on approximately round 9 then stuff the head. Using pins attach the head to the smallest end of the body and sew it onto the body. Sew the arms on each side of the body, directly under the bottom of the head. Stuff and sew the legs at the lower front of the body, positioned so the rabbit is in a sitting position. Sew the ears on the top of the head in the centre, then stick gems on the inside edge of the ears. Using 2 strands of the black cotton sew on the nose and mouth on the head, then sew onto the arms and legs to separate the fingers and toes. Sew the pom-pom onto the back bottom of the body then place some of the gems on the body next to it into a heart shape.

 

 

I hope you enjoy my pattern :) If you'd like a print friendly version then a PDF file of this pattern can be downloaded here.

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It’s such a pretty and adorable bunny. Thanks for sharing the patterns. Can’t wait to try this out. How long did it take you to finish the bunny???

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Thank you everyone :)

 

It’s such a pretty and adorable bunny. Thanks for sharing the patterns. Can’t wait to try this out. How long did it take you to finish the bunny???

 

Hmm hard to say as I was writing the pattern down at the same time :P It could easily be made within 6 hours, it's only 4.5 inches in height :)

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Oh so cute, thanks for sharing! Good one with Easter coming up here:rabbit

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She is so cute. :yes I'll be making one for my grandbaby-to-be. :c9:manyheart I'll use the same yarn I'm using for the blanket so it'll be matching. Thanks for sharing. :hug

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This is the sweetest bunny I've ever seen! It's so perfect. Thanks making the .pdf as well - very convenient. ^_^ I hope to find some worsted weight yarn, mostly have sports weight and finer...

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