I've crafted all my life. I learned to knit and sew at about the age of 4 and haven't looked back. I made my own wedding dress, and I spent many happy years as a designer/tutor for UK papercraft ...
I've crafted all my life. I learned to knit and sew at about the age of 4 and haven't looked back. I made my own wedding dress, and I spent many happy years as a designer/tutor for UK papercraft companies and I have written magazine projects for papercraft. knitting and sewing. Now happily retired, I spend most of my time crafting! :)View all patterns by designer (32) »
The pattern gives instructions for a rabbit with floppy or upright ears and shows you how to attach the limbs with thread joints so that they will move, but you can choose to sew them in a set position if you prefer.
Instructions for the following accessories are also included:- sweater, dress. shoes and satchel
The satchel fastens with one button and can be used to put candy or found treasures in!
Both Robert and Rosie are approximately 10"(25cms) tall, excluding their ears, if knitted in light worsted weight/DK yarn,
but you can use any type of yarn to make them. They are knit flat on two needles.
There are plenty of pictures included to guide you
You can knit the rabbit without clothes or just a simple sweater or dress for a new baby or knit a full set of clothes and bag to give hours of imaginative play to an older child..
There is also a FREE pattern for additional clothing for the rabbits in my store
My patterns are written in standard uk and american terms with clear instructions and plenty of pictures to guide you.
I have worked for several years writing project instructions for UK craft magazines, including knitting patterns.
You may make toys to sell using the pattern, but you cannot sell the pattern itself.
Gauge is not crucial as this is a toy, but if you like to know it is 22sts and 30 rows to 10x10cm (4x4") square in stocking stitch on 4mm (US Size 6) needles
125 yards of DK weight