New Pattern Alert! Dangly Springtime Bunny is now available

I am delighted to tell you that my Dangly Springtime Bunny pattern is exclusively available to download FREE from .... but only for a limited time! Head on over to their blog where you can also find full details of the 'name the bunny' competition - one lucky winner will receive the materials to make their own bunny!

Those extra-long legs are designed to dangle over the edge of a shelf, or can be posed into different positions for added cuteness - you can also customise your bunny with a bow-tie, hair-bow (included in the pattern) or just about anything else you can imagine.
The pattern includes full instructions and numerous pictures, and would be suitable as a first DPN project if you're an adventurous beginner. You can change the size very easily, using different yarn and needles, and making the arms and legs to your desired size. Two different sizes are detailed in the pattern for DK and Aran weight yarns.   
If you can't wait to make a bunny (or two) of your own, you will find a full shopping list at the back of the pattern and Crafts from the Cwtch readers can get a special 15% discount on any of the supplies needed, using the code 'BUNNY15'. The Ravelry page for the pattern, with lots more information is here - remember to link up your projects so I can take a look at all those dangly legs (and faces, which are always the hardest bit for me). Happy (hoppy) knitting!

1 comment

  1. Oh my word, he is cute!! I love the little flowers he is holding. I am assuming male of course!!


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