Sunday, August 19, 2007


I haven't yet named her, but I'm really pleased with how she turned out. Any thoughts on a name? I first thought about Bella, but somebody else suggested Ramona, which I never would have thought of! She stands about 7 and 1/2 inches tall and was made from acrylic (I know, I know ...) yarn. I used a mercerized cotton for her little dress. The pattern was from Fuzzymitten.com and it was very easy to follow. In fact, I've already cast on for another little bunny.

6 comments:

Rachel said...

That is adorable! I always use acyrlic with my toys. I like the ease of care and the ones I've used have a decent feel. I'll have to add this to my list of toys to do!

knitathome said...

I think she looks great! I often use acrylic yarn as well. I use cotton for babies, but kids don't chew on toys. I think she looks like an ELLA. She is just darling.

esh said...

She's really cute! Great job on the dress too! I use easy care yarn for my little friends too, super wash wool, acrylics, and blends. I've used the Knit Picks Shine sport a few times and it's really great!

Lynda said...

What a darling bunny and such a nice dress too! I want to make one too!

Sue said...

Thank you for your kind comments, everyone! She really was fun (and easy!) to make. I have a few of the other patterns that she offers at www.fuzzymitten.com, as well. She has a pattern for a boy and a girl monkey and they are adorable. In fact, they are next on the list. Knitathome ~ I like the name Ella!

Rachel said...

I just downloaded the free lamb pattern. It is just so sweet!!