Free Pattern Small Long Legged Bunny

Amigurumi Bunny

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Below you will find some information about Small Long Legged Bunny Amigurumi Free Pattern. We are sure you will do this in the best possible way.

Size

When crocheted with DK-weighted alpaca yarn and 2.50mm crochet hook (US size 2 / C), approximately 15cm (6 “) from head to toe, 20cm (8”) including flat ears.

Difficulty

  1. Beginner – suitable for beginners, with small details.

Skill required

Magic ring
Spiral crochet
Slip Stitch (single crochet stitch in the UK and Australia)
Single crochet stitch (double crochet stitch in England and Australia)
Growing
Decreasing
Finishing an open track
Finishing a straight piece
Joining two open parts
Sewing an open part to a closed part
Sewing a straight piece into a closed piece

You will need

Yarn. I used DROPS ‘Lima’ *, DK weighted alpaca and wool blend, 50 g (1.8 oz) = 100 m (109 yd) / 3: light / 11 wpi. You will need about 15 g of yarn for each rabbit.
2.50 mm crochet hook * (US hook size 2 / C) or by thread.
Polyester fiber filling * for stuffing, wool, wadding, etc.
Cotton embroidery thread.
9mm circlips or buttons, beads, felt, etc.
Thread needle, scissors, sewing pen.

Abbreviations

mr, sc n = magic ring – crochet single crochet stitch to adjustable loop.
sl st = slip stitch.
sc = single crochet stitch (double crochet stitch in England and Australia).
sc n = make one sc crochet in each of the next n stitches.
inc = increase – crochet two single crochet stitches in the same stitch.
dec = decrease – crochet two stitches together using the invisible reduction method.
(sc 4, inc) x n = repeat the pattern between brackets n times.
[36] = number of stitches in one round after the finishing round.

Notes

Work in a continuous spiral, do not combine laps or translate your work unless otherwise specified in the model.
Use a stitch marker or a piece of thread to mark the end or beginning of a round. Move the pointer up after completing each round.
All stitches are embroidered in both stitches, unless otherwise specified in the pattern.

Head

Round 1: mr, sc 6 = [6]
Round 2: increase x 6 = [12]
Round 3: (sc, inc) x 6 = [18]
4th round: (increment, sc 2) x 6 = [24]
Round 5: (sc 3, increment) x 6 = [30]
6th round: sc, inc, (sc 4, inc) x 5, sc 3 = [36]
Round 7: (sc 5, increment) x 6 = [42]
8-14 rounds: sc in each stitch = [42]
Round 15: (sc 5, dec) x 6 = [36]

Attach the safety toy eyes between rounds 12 and 13 and leave 10 stitches (count 9 holes) between them.

Start filling the head. Continue adding some fiber filler, filling the head tightly after every few turns.

Round 16: sc, dec, (sc 4, dec) x 5, sc 3 = [30]
Round 17: (sc 3, dec) x 6 = [24]
Round 18: (dec, sc 2) x 6 = [18]
Round 19: (sc, dec) x 6 = [12]

Move on to the next stitch. Cut and secure the thread, leaving a long tail of thread for sewing. Finish stuffing the head.

Process the nose.

Body

Round 1: mr, sc 6 = [6]
Round 2: increase x 6 = [12]
Round 3: (sc, inc) x 6 = [18]
4th round: (increment, sc 2) x 6 = [24]
5-8 rounds: sc in each stitch = [24]
Round 9: (dec, sc 10) x 2 = [22]
Round 10: (sc 3, dec) x 4, sc 2 = [18]
Round 11: sc in each stitch = [18]
12th round: (dec, sc 7) x 2 = [16]
13th round: (sc 2, dec) x 4 = [12]

Move on to the next stitch. Secure and hide the thread tail. Tightly stuff the body. Sew the cap to the body using a mattress or whip stitch. Add some more stuffing before closing the seam.

Arms (make 2)

Round 1: mr, sc 6 = [6]
Round 2: (inc, sc) x 3 = [9]
3-5 rounds: sc in each stitch = [9]
6th round: sc 3, dec, sc 4 = [8]

Hands tightly stuffed. Continue adding some fiber padding after every few turns and slightly raise the arms up 2/3.

Rounds 7-8: sc in each stitch = [8]
9th round: sc 3, dec, sc 3 = [7]
10-11 rounds: sc in each stitch = [7]
12th round: sc 3, dec, sc 2 = [6]
Round 13: sc in each stitch = [6]
Round 14: sc 3, flatten the top and crochet over the opening.

Cut and secure the thread, leaving a long tail of thread for sewing. Sew the arms to the sides of the torso, one row below the head.

Legs (make 2)

Round 1: mr, sc 6 = [6]
Round 2: increase x 6 = [12]
Round 3: sc in each stitch = [12]
4th round: sc 4, dec, sc 6 = [11]
Round 5: sc in each stitch = [11]
6th round: sc 4, dec, sc 5 = [10]

Fill the feet tightly. Continue adding some fiber padding every few rounds, lightly stuffing the legs.

Rounds 7-8: sc in each stitch = [10]
Round 9: Sc 4, dec, sc 4 = [9]
10-11 rounds: sc in each stitch = [9]
12th round: sc 4, dec, sc 3 = [8]
13th and 16th rounds: sc in each stitch = [8]

Left leg

Round 17: sc 3, flatten the top and crochet over the opening.

Right leg

Round 17: sc 5, flatten the top and crochet over the opening.

Cut and secure the thread, leaving a long tail of thread for sewing. Sew the legs to the body just above the 3rd round and more towards the front of the body, leaving 4-5 stitches (count 3-4 holes) between them.

Queue

Round 1: mr, sc 6 = [6]
Round 2: increase x 6 = [12]
Round 3: (sc 5, inc) x 2 = [14]
4th round: sc in each stitch = [14]
5th round: (dec, sc) x 4, dec = [9]

Move on to the next stitch. Cut and secure the thread, leaving a long tail of thread for sewing. Tightly stuff the tail. Sew the tail just above the 3rd round to the body.

Straight ears (make 2)

Round 1: mr, sc 6 = [6]
Round 2: (inc, sc) x 3 = [9]
Round 3: (sc 2, inc) x 3 = [12]
4th round: sc, inc, (sc 3, inc) x 2, sc 2 = [15]
5-6 rounds: sc in each stitch = [15]
Round 7: sc 3, dec, sc 10 = [14]
Round 8: sc in each stitch = [14]
Round 9: (dec, sc 5) x 2 = [12]
10-11 rounds: sc in each stitch = [12]
12th round: (dec, sc 4) x 2 = [10]
Round 13-14: sc in each stitch = [10]
Round 15: (dec, sc 3) x 2 = [8]

Move on to the next stitch. Cut and secure the thread, leaving a long tail of thread for sewing. Do not block the ears. Push the ears straight and sew on the head just below the 3rd round.

Floppy ears (make 2)

Round 1: mr, sc 6 = [6]
Round 2: increase x 6 = [12]
Round 3: (sc, inc) x 6 = [18]
4th round: (increment, sc 2) x 6 = [24]
5-6 rounds: sc in each stitch = [24]
Round 7: (dec, sc 10) x 2 = [22]
Round 8: sc in each stitch = [22]
Round 9: (dec, sc 9) x 2 = [20]
Round 10: sc in each stitch = [20]
Round 11: (dec, sc 8) x 2 = [18]
Round 12: sc in each stitch = [18]
Round 13: (dec, sc 7) x 2 = [16]
Round 14: sc in each stitch = [16]
Round 15: (dec, sc 6) x 2 = [14]
Rounds 16-17: sc in each stitch = [14]
Round 18: (dec, sc 5) x 2 = [12]
Round 19: sc, flatten the top and crochet over the opening.

Cut and secure the thread, leaving a long tail of thread for sewing. Do not block the ears. Sew the ears just below the 8th round.

Finish the stitch and hide all the thread tails. I kept things simple and tied a small satin ribbon around the neck, but you can use all your knitting, knitting, sewing and embroidery skills to add a personal touch to your bunny.

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