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Snowy and rather grey winter weather has had me longing for Spring flowers…
and then of course I needed someone to wear the pretty flower garland! So I came up with a fun bunny egg shaped amigurumi. Bunnies seem to be one of my favourite ami’s to make, I think this is about my six rabbit design – but who doesn’t love a bunny at Easter!
So without further ado I’d like you to meet Belinda the Bright Bonny Bunny Ami-Egg. Inspired by vibrant Easter eggs this fun shaped bunny, with her pretty flower garland, will be the belle of any Easter egg hunt.
So why not hop to it and make your Easter celebrations unforgettable with this lovely bright decorative toy.
Pattern Links 🎉
Belinda the Bright Bonny Bunny Ami-Egg is now available and on sale onRavelry(with coupon code: FUNBUN) until 23 February 2018 after that time the pattern will revert to full price. The pattern is also available onLovecrochet.com.
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Until next time; keep calm and crochet on my friends xx
Sometimes as a designer I think you get an idea in your head that just won’t go away. The only alternative is to just crochet it out of your system and that’s what happened in this case!
Introducing my Easter Buddy Bags; perfect for little hands for those Easter Egg hunts or for storing yummy treats inside.
And from now until Easter Sunday (20 April 2014) you can save 60% on the pattern and get your copy for just £1 / $1.67 from my Ravelry store after that it will revert back to it’s regular price of £2.50 / $4.19 so make sure you pick up your copy!
These little bags are roughly 11 inches / 28 cm from handle top to bottom and are super fast to make up; I made both of these in a day. The pattern contains instructions to make both the bunny and the chick versions and, as with all my patterns, features both UK and US crochet stitch terminology.
The pattern is available on either Ravelry or Craftsy: