Plush bunny in dress

29 Responses

  1. yvonne says:

    On row 11 it says 3sc then Dec*6=24 st then rows 12-13 sc 30 how does that happen because row 14 is sc2 Inc*6(24) could you please help thank you

  2. yvonne says:

    It’s just that I’m new to crochet and thoughtvid done something wrong do you slightly stuff your arms or leave empty any tips would be greatly appreciated.

  3. Madzia says:

    Love this bunny! Would you please tell me in which row I shoul place the eyes and what size? Thank you!

  4. Lorena hinojosa says:

    Como hacer la puntada de la conejita?

  5. Doreen says:

    What size hook for this 6 yarn?

  6. Di says:

    The bunny is great! Would you tell me for the body: I crochet from row 1 till row 8 with the color of the dress…And after that do i have to change the color with this of the body or i have to continue with the color of the dress? And I would like to know in which row i should place the eyes and the nose and what size? Thank you!

    • Amiguroom Toys says:

      Di, use only dress color for the body. Take 10 mm safety eyes. Sorry, we don’t have any other information.

  7. chris beard says:

    how many balls does it take to make this toy please

  8. Gladys Berrier says:

    The leg rnd 2 does not add up. Please explain

  9. Sandra says:

    This pattern has no instructions on how to put it together. Also there is no patern for the bow, no hook size or stich guid to even figure out the hook size. No number of balls it takes. This wool is from Turkey so when I order how many balls of each colour do I need? I know some of these questions were asked already but no answer was given. I do not want to pay for this patern if I can’t make it.

  10. Sharon says:

    What size hook is recommended?

  11. Jennifer Meier says:

    Do you have a pattern for the bow?

  12. Renate Hennig says:

    Ich würde gerne die Anleitung haben kann sie aber nicht ausdrucken

  13. Ruth Temple says:

    It’s cute.

  14. Trish says:

    Start with a mr to start leg, these instructions make no sense.

  15. Trish says:

    Common sense tells u not to leave 15 stitches on end of head, body, etc, yr pattern is very vague!

  16. Tammy Koechig says:

    The instructions for making the legs makes no sense. Can you please correct or make them so I can understand them. None of the numbers for each round add up.

  17. Beata says:

    Does anyone can help me understand how to make legs? Instruction doesn’t make any sense for me 🙁

    • Lynsey says:

      I will try and explain the legs for you (I’m not the best at explaining things though, so hope this works).
      Start with a chain of 5 (you do not start with a magic circle for the legs)
      R1. crochet 3 sc in the 2nd chain from the hook, then 1 sc in each of the next two stitches, followed by 3 sc in the last chain (these 3 single crochets together will make the curve at the heel/toe of the foot), you then turn the chain and do 1 sc in the back of the next two chains (this completes the first round, of 10 stitches, and makes an oval, as opposed to a circle)
      R2. (crochet 2 sc in each of the first three stitches, and then 1 sc in each of the next two stitches) repeat everything in the brackets one more time to complete the round (16 stitches)
      I am going to guess that that was the confusing part. This pattern is not very well written, and I think you definitely need a good bit of experience working with amigurumi patterns to infer some of what is not said. Good Luck!

      • VickiQ says:

        Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! You saved me from an afternoon of frustration!

  18. belinda says:

    hi doe you do the shoe’s pls they are so cute

  19. Ivana M. says:

    Really, can you explain to me how it’s possible that the head is 17 rows, it looks pretty big and disproportionate to the body. I also looked at the picture you posted to follow the pattern, there are no 17 rows on the head sketch, the eyes aren’t set up like a pattern, etc

  20. Ivana M. says:

    Sorry, head knock error has 16 rows

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