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Crochet Pattern Bunny Rabbit & Outfit - Auntie Burrows - PDF Pattern - Includes pattern for the rabbit AND her outfit
This is a PDF crochet pattern for the Auntie Burrows Rabbit toy AND her lovely outfit, which consists of matching dress, jacket, hat, shoes and a bag. Her clothes have flower 'button' fasteners and are all removable. The bag's handles fit snuggly over Auntie Burrows' arm, so that she can hold it. She loves to sew, spin, knit and crochet, and will be very happy if you let her collect some oddments of fleece, yarn or old fabrics. The bag is also sized so that you can pop in a few mini, or hen-sized chocolate eggs or candies and so would be perfect as part of an Easter or Spring Equinox gift. ?
The crochet pattern for the basic Auntie Burrows Rabbit (without the outfit) was originally published in the UK's Inside Crochet magazine (March 2011, issue 15). I also sell her outfit pattern, but this listing includes both parts.
Auntie Burrows is just over 13 inches tall and is fully jointed and can sit and stand unaided. She is part of my 'Auntie Burrows & Family Rabbit Collection'.
Auntie Burrows started out in life as a pencil sketch. She then burrowed around in my imagination for a while and eventually was made into a little crocheted figure. Auntie Burrows now has her own blog http://auntieburrows.blogspot.com/ where you can find out more about her, plus stories, crafts and colouring pictures to download for the young and young at heart.
UK crochet terminology is used throughout, but I am willing to help with conversion to USA terminology if this is difficult for you, plus I have added a mini guide to the minor differences at the beginning of the pattern. I also offer free "crocheting support". If you have any questions about the pattern feel free to contact me and I will do all I can to help! ? UK terminology is only a tiny bit different if you are not familiar with it, but the methods are the same (just different names) and is easily adjusted to. As a UK resident and ardent crocheter, I have become very familiar with both UK and USA terms.
Copyright for the design belongs to me, Beverley Campbell, The Enchanted Grove. Please do not sell or otherwise distribute this pattern.
Hello and Welcome to The Enchanted Grove
I have been crafting since I was a little girl and professionally for the last 4 years. My crochet work and patterns are inspired by the changing seasons, the natural world, folklore and mythology.
I have also had some of my designs featured in the UK's Inside Crochet magazine.