Friday, February 8, 2013

DIY: Amigurumi Bunny Tutorial

I get bored easily with projects. When I start them, I have to finish them ASAP or I will get tired of them. I go through phases of sewing and crocheting. It's usually a week cycle. One week I do one, one week I do another.

Last week, I was on a crocheting spree! I found this adorable blog, Little Things Blogged and I stumbled upon a finished product of hers. I found the pattern for it on a link through her blog and I had to have it! It took me about 3 days in my down time to complete it, but I am very pleased with my first amigurumi!


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The patterns for this adorable bunny's head and body here.
The bunny ears can be found here.
The flower can be found here.
The arms and legs can be found here.
The tail can be found here. (I made my tail a little more loose)

If you make one, I'd love to see it! :) Happy Crocheting!

P.S. I will post some incoming soon. Also, I have contacted my giveaway winner and will post more on that soon! 

~Shannah Renee

6 comments:

  1. That is really cute! The purple accents really stand out. I agree with you about having to finish a project really fast. The first time I tried to crochet a blanket, I worked on it for months, and then I lost it. haha but luckily, the next blanket went better. :)

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  2. Absolutely adorable!!!♥ ❤ ❥
    Love the purple details!!
    Congratulations on making your first amigurumi!
    Love
    Tania

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  3. Ooo! Congrats! How did you learn to do amigurumi? I've been wanting to try it out for a while but never know where to start.I don't even know how to crochet or what any of the terminology is. I would love to know if there was a beginners book that helped or what. Great job on your project!

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  4. just don't leave it to me. i'm nothing DIY or crafty. haha
    you did it really well

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  5. I love Tania... And her blog! Her patterns are so cute, and yours turned out adorable! I love the flower you added. :)
    ♥♥♥

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