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I have always loved knitting, my mom taught me to knit when I was 5 years old. I live in South Africa with my wonderful husband and our four children. We have a little suburban homestead where we ...

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Easter Bunny Rabbit Pattern

from Mamma4earth
(6) Name: 'Knitting : Easter Bunny Rabbit Pattern
Easter Bunny Rabbit Pattern
Easter Bunny Rabbit Pattern
Easter Bunny Rabbit Pattern
Easter Bunny Rabbit Pattern
Easter Bunny Rabbit Pattern

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Pennys12    March 12, 2015
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I purchased this pattern, it is the first thing I knitted(ever). If I held 2 strands of dk mohair yarn together, and knitted it again with needles double the diameter of those listed in the pattern would that make a bunny double the size and in proportion? Am going to try to make a "Mamma" bunny to go with the first one

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damjanovska  April 3, 2015
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How did you go with the Mumma rabbit, Im interested. You shouldn't need 2 strands of yarn, but I would suggest a thicker yarn (with mohair as part of that yarn). Larger needles will also give you a larger stitch - but I wouldn't just double everything. Sometimes doubling a yarn will just give you a thicker (and harder to knit!) similar size rabbit to your first bunny.

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babeandal2664907    December 30, 2013
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So, just wondering, before I purchase. (I'm a teenager with a pretty good knitting understanding of knitting) what type of stitches you use for the head and feet. The description said stocking stitch for the body (which I am familiar) but did not mention a head or paws/feet description. Thanks! Looks like a cute pattern!

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Linda Dawkins  January 3, 2014
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Hi, the rabbit is knitted all in one so the legs and
head are also knitted in stocking stitch., knit and purl rows.
Thanks so much:)
Happy knitting