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Posted December 18th, 2012 at 7:03pm (Comments: none)
To wrap up our Christmas amigurumi friends for this year, we introduce to you the Christmas Elf Rabbit Amigurumi!
This rabbit was made fromt the same rabbit amigurumi pattern I recently wrote up and posted for sale. All I did to transform the rabbit into a Christmas Elf Rabbit amigurumi was change up the colors. I made the body green, the feet black to resemble boots, and alternated red and white on the arms to simulate the festive sleeves elves wear.
We further jazzed up this Christmas Elf Rabbit amigurumi by adding some adornments here and there. My sister cut out a band from black felt and glued it across the waist to resemble a belt. I cut out four small strips from some gold trimming and glued it in place onto the belt to look like the belt buckle. My sister also cut out small strips from a puffy white pipe cleaner and wrapped it around the Christmas Elf Rabbit amigurumi’s feet and neck to give it that “wintery” look. We also found some small gold confetti dots and glued them down the center of the body to be buttons.
One last thing that made this Christmas Elf Rabbit amigurumi really special was the placement of the left ear. Usually we make both ears stick straight up, but this time we made one ear flop. We did this because we were curious to see if what it would look like. I also originally planned to give this Christmas Elf Rabbit amigurumi a little Santa hat too, but the hats I crocheted just never came out quite right, and it didn’t sit very well on the floppy ear . But, at least the floppy ear still looks cute, and I even think it gives the rabbit some more character! Kind of a smart-alecky look, in my opinion.
I think this Christmas Elf Rabbit amigurumi really shows how easy it is to customize amigurumis based off of one pattern. Just simply changing the colors of the arms, body, and feet, can make the amigurumi look like it’s wearing clothes, without actually having to crochet clothes! If only dressing up in real life were that simple and cheap haha. And of coruse, adding some special adornments, like a belt, buttons, and fur, also help to take this amigurumi to the next level. That’s what I always found most fascinating about amigurumis. You can do whatever you want! There really is no limit to what you can do, which may be a bad thing because it just makes me want to do EVERYTHING!
Uh oh! The Reindeer Amigurumi has come by to check on the Christmas Elf Rabbit Amigurumi’s progress. Quit lolly-gagging and get back to work, we need to make those gift deliveries on time!!
Thanks for looking! We and our Christmas amigurumi friends wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! <3Post Tags
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Everyone loves a cute bunny rabbit amigurumi pattern that a person of any skill level can crochet! This bunny rabbit stuffed animal is perfect for the rabbit lover in your life or as a beautiful Easter gift! Just like this peanut butter and chocolate bunny right here! Or you can easily change up the colors of the bunny to make an entire collection of Easter egg colored rabbits with the same pattern. Use it over and over to make gifts for all of your friends.
This crochet pattern walks you through each step using standard US crochet notation. The amigurumi pattern here is very detailed and contains over 30 pictures so you can make sure you are on track every step of the way as you are crocheting the bunny.
Search around my website for more bunny rabbit amigurumi as well as ideas for how to stylize the rabbit after you are done!
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I love this Bunny! The pattern is super easy to follow. If you’re like me, I don’t want instructions that I have to keep going over and over “trying to figure it out”. This pattern is not like that at all! A beginner could use this pattern, no problem. And the results are sooo cute! I’ve made one bunny so far and already have another on my hook. Happy Crocheting!
To make this bunny rabbit amigurumi, you will need:
- Worsted weight yarn in your choice of color
- Soft fuzzy yarn in white
- Size F/3.75 mm crochet hook
- Blunt tapestry needle, sewing needle
- Stuffing of your choice
- Small pieces of felt in your choices of color
- White sewing thread
- 1 pair of 15 mm black safety eyes
- Crochet thread in black
- Craft glue
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Posted October 3rd, 2012 at 10:34am (Comments: none)
And hello~ we are back this time with a peanut butter chocolate rabbit amigurumi! Guess we’re on a rabbit amigurumi spree now that all the monkeys are done. We just really like to see things in many different colors/color combinations, so yeah, guess that explains our ‘make the same animal in different colors’ sprees. If we don’t make them in different colors, then we’ll never be able to tell what they’ll look like right?
Yeah, no matter how many times I iron that damn cloth backdrop, it just refuses to stay flat. So, excuse the wrinkles haha. Read more »Post Tags
I know it’s very late, but Happy Chinese New Year nonetheless, and to celebrate it I made a rabbit amigurumi for the year of the rabbit!
Here I made the rabbit amigurumi celebrate against a Chinese New Year-inspired backdrop. The fancy decorations in the background are actually red envelopes, and to top it off I added a little Chinese chocolate gold nugget too. May the new year bring much luck, happiness, and prosperity to us all!!
I think the most important part of this rabbit amigurumi is the shape of its ears. I basically crocheted a test tube shape (please excuse the crude image comparison, lab geek talking here), pinched the bottom open end of it to create a concave shape, and sewed it in place onto the head. I wanted to achieve a 3-D effect, rather than just a flat shape for the ears. To finish off this rabbit amigurumi’s ears, I cut out a smaller test tube shape from pink felt, lined the inner ears with it and glued it in place. Sounds pretty simple, but actually sewing the ears in place with that concave shape is kind of difficult, so if you’re ever going to do something similar, it may take a few tries but it’s so worth it!
Which reminds me, someone once asked me what kind of glue I use for my amigurumis. The answer is Aleene’s tacky glue, which I buy from either Michaels or Joann’s, whichever store is having a sale or gives me a coupon. The only reason I use it is that’s what was lying around the house at the time I started crafting. It is definitely much better than using regular school glue, a mistake I once made when I used school glue to stick felt polka dots onto a mushroom amigurumi I made for a friend’s birthday, only to find that all the dots fell off within 2 hours (that, and my friend wasn’t exactly “gentle” with my handiwork either…)! Just a little bit of tacky glue goes a long way too, because when you slather on a bunch onto a small piece of felt it soaks through to the other side of the felt and doesn’t stick very well because it’s so wet. The felt piece also hardens as it dries with too much glue, and maintaining the softness of the felt is important for both visual and tactile purposes. I’ve always wanted to try hot glue, but never got around to it. If anyone has better suggestions, please share!
Ok, I’ll stop talking about glue now. You’re probably thinking, “Gosh how much can someone talk to me about glue?!” I know I can be pretty wordy, but I just wanted to share my experiences with glue with you.
Back to the rabbit amigurumi…of course with Easter coming up and all, I couldn’t resist making this rabbit amigurumi an Easter rabbit too!
The eggs were cut from felt, stuffed and sewn together, and then decorated with some glittery glue. My sister’s handiwork – she’s so good with small details.
Oh, and the tail was crocheted from Joann Sensations Beautiful Yarn. It’s super soft, and so fuzzy – perfect for creating contrast with the worsted weight yarn I used for the body. I know it sounds wrong, but I find myself pinching the tail a lot because it’s so soft! Don’t worry, the rabbit hasn’t turned around to bite me yet so it’s all good.
Here’s a side view. Notice how the ears are sewn on in a concave shape.
After I made this rabbit amigurumi, I liked it so much I decided to make another type of rabbit – a floppy-ear rabbit amigurumi!
The body and everything else is exactly the same as the other bunny. The only difference is the ears. The ears on the floppy ear rabbit amigurumi are huge! If I were to ever make it again, I would definitely use a sport weight yarn instead of worsted weight yarn just for the ears. But it’s ok, the floppy ear rabbit amigurumi still has a special place in my heart, even if other people think it looks like a dog!
And here the rabbits are very happy together. All of a sudden, I can’t wait for spring to come! If you’re interested, you can purchase a plush rabbit amigurumi of any color you’d like at my Etsy.
As always, thank you for looking! Please stay tuned as I attempt to make all the animals of the Chinese zodiac! So far, I have more than half done and will be posting them as time permits. Oh, and one last bit of info – my monkey amigurumis were chosen for the 2012 Crochet Me Amigurumi Calendar! The patterns for the monkeys, and also a pattern for a polar bear (fondly named Polar Lucibear) will be included in the calendar! Thank you very much to all who have expressed interest in a pattern for the monkeys. Please wait patiently with me for publication of the calendar to get your copy of the pattern! I’ll be sure to update you on the calendar’s status.Post Tags