A little white cotton rabbit

I made this for Quinn

Created by: Hazel H

  • Project Details

    About

    I wanted to try out a cotton Aran with this pattern and I need an excuse to knit the wee clothes. I decided to knit separate trainers, a cardigan and a dress with my own fancy open work from www.newstitchaday.com which is a great site for stitches etc.

    Needles & Hooks

    • Crochet Hook 2.75mm (US 2)
    • Double Point 2.75mm (US 2) 10cm
    • Single Point 2.75mm (US 2) 25cm
    • Single Point 2.25mm (US 1) 25cm
    • Single Point 3.00mm (US 2.5) 25cm

    Accessories

    • Stitch Holder
    • Buttons
    • Tapestry Needle
    • Stuffing
    Other : Row counter which I think is a must with these small pieces of work.

    Measurements

    One size only: 10 inches/24cms

    Tags

    Craft

    craft-knitting Knitting

    Skill Level

    difficulty Intermediate

    Status

    project-state Complete
    Started on: Aug 17, 2016 Finished on: Aug 24, 2016
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    8 Comments

    • Alison B

      Portsoy

      Cute little rabbit,love the clothes too :)
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    • Hazel H

      St. Helens

      My daughter named her Lollipop.
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    • Hazel H

      St. Helens

      Finished but will take final photo when the light is better; Paddy came up from Big London and we had to play with his tractor and car!
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    • Hazel H

      St. Helens

      Just finishing the cardigan before making up. Have used Julie Williams patterns for cardigan, basic dress and trainers. (Seasonal Sweaters, Seasonal Dresses and Shoes Spplement).
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    • Hazel H

      St. Helens

      Decided to use the leftover Millamia cotton from Penny's T-shirt for the bunny's clothing.
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    • Hazel H

      St. Helens

      Well, cotton ears flop over! The head seems larger than the usual bunny head, more like the elephant pattern which Julie Williams knits in cotton
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    • Hazel H

      St. Helens

      The cotton Aran is less flexible than wool yarn so I had to employ a looser increase stitch; m1 a rather than KLL.
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