Just in time for Easter here is the Little Bunny Foo Foo knitting Pattern for you. It only takes a couple of hours to make your own bunny so its perfect for last minute Easter presents!
I’ll get the pattern on Ravelry so you can download the PDF and put the craft kits in my etsy shop as soon as I can, but I’m still without internet at home and snatching at wi-fi when I can!
On another note, thank you to all the lovely people I met at the Make Lounge last night! We had a great night and we’re looking forward to coming back in June. Before that though there’s lots of Craft Guerrilla events coming up so check the website craftguerrilla.com for full details.
NEW VENUES: 93 Feet East, Brick Lane and The Old Queens Head, Islington both launching in May.
LITTLE BUNNY FOO FOO PATTERN
CO = cast on
stocking stitch = knit one row then purl the next. Repeat until desired number of rows completed
st = stitch
kfb = knit the front and back of the stitch e.g. increase one stitch
BO = bind off (cast off)
Note: For those of you who are not familiar with Little Bunny Foo Foo, it is a character in a children’s nursery rhyme and also a song by The Moldy Peaches!
CO 16 stitches
Row 1: kfb, knit to 1 st before end of row, kfb (18 stitches)
Row 2: Purl next row
Row 3: kfb, knit to 1 st before end of row, kfb (20 stitches)
Row 4: Purl next row
Row 5: kfb, knit to 1 st before end of row, kfb (22 stitches)
Row 6: Purl next row
Row 7: kfb, knit to 1 st before end of row, kfb (24 stitches)
Row 8: Purl next row
Row 9: kfb, knit to 1 st before end of row, kfb (26 stitches)
Row 10: Purl
Row 11: Knit
Rows 12–20: Continue in stocking stitch
Row 21: p11, bind off 6 stitches, p9
Row 22: k10, turn (leaving 10 stitches on needle)
Row 23: Purl on the 10 stitches you just knit
Rows 24-37: Continue in stocking stitch on these 10 stitches to make one of the ears
BO 10 stitches
On remaining 10 stitches (the other ear) work in stocking stitch starting with a knit row and continue for 15 rows, then BO.
Work as for front of bunny.
Using the black yarn enclosed and a darning needle stitch on the eyes as crosses placing them where you like. You can totally change the expression of your bunny depending on where you choose to place the eyes!
Once you have sewn on the eyes place the right sides of your bunny together and use a running stitch to sew all around the sides leaving a space at the bottom for stuffing.
Stuff your bunny with the polyfil stuffing in your kit and then sew up the hole at the bottom.
Now go find some field mice to bop on the head!