A wee little bunny that fits in your hand! Little Flora is about 6.5 inches long (17 cm) when using a heavy worsted weight yarn. With her little dangly legs and fluffy white tail, who can resist making her!
Compared to the original big Flora pattern, she is fast to make and great for using up left over yarn because she does not require an entire skein.
This little bunny rabbit amigurumi pattern includes detailed instructions and step-by-step photos, plus you can contact me along the way to ask any questions.
It is an easy level pattern that involves starting with a magic ring, single crochet, increasing, decreasing, and attaching pieces.
Materials you will need:
- E US (3.5 mm) hook
- worsted weight yarn, approximately 3 yrds for the tail and 50 yds for the rest
- yarn/tapestry needle
- removable stitch markers
- two 9 mm plastic safety eyes
- polyester fiberfill stuffing
- a wire bristled brush (optional – if you want a fuzzy tail)
Note: If you are making this amigurumi for someone under 3 yrs, I recommend crocheting or embroidering the eyes instead of using the plastic safety eyes.
[NOTE: The pattern above is for the little bunny ONLY. Want both little and big Flora the bunny patterns? You can purchase both for a discounted price! Simply click: Ravelry and Etsy]
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