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Bunny and Clothes 14" Doll


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This listing is for the pattern of the pictured knitted Bunny, Clothing and Carrot Pacifier, a Laurel Lane design. This adorable doll, from top of head to bottom of foot measures14". Dressed with removable clothing that can be mixed and matched, these bunnies are the perfect size for those little hands to grasp onto and love. There is carrot pacifier as well, for baby bunny. Bunny just loves to tag along and is sure to become a best friend. I used bulky weight yarn. Gauge isn't important as long as you create a fabric that is fairly tight and your stuffing doesn't fall out. It's a great way to "de-stash". Smaller and larger sizes may be achieved by changing needle sizes as well as yarn. Leaving off the buttons and using all yarn, makes them a totally safe toy. MATERIALS: Bulky Yarn was used for bunny and clothing Knitting needles: Sizes 6 straight , dpns, and circular Fiberfill Yarn required for bunny and dress was each less than one skein, which was approx. 3.5 ozs., approx. 2 oz. for diaper and diaper shirt. Advance Beginner to Intermediate Knitting Level Please feel free to sell any completed items made from my designed patterns. I do ask that you do not copy, reproduce, sell and/or distribute the patterns in any form. These designs are copyrighted and protected by Federal Copyright Infringement Law. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit, purl, incr. dec. m1,

Recommended with this pattern

  • bulky yarn, size 6 dpns, straight, circular
  • buttons, bows, fiberfill

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Laurel Lane Knits
Laurel Lane Knits
I have been knitting and crocheting for 60 years, having learned at the age of 5. After retiring in 2011, I am able to pursue my dream of designing my own patterns and sharing them.