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My white bunny (Free pattern)

Pattern by Cheryx
Pattern by Cheryx

A tiny knitted bunny for keychain / keyring. It takes an hour to complete. It's a knitting pattern easy for the beginner.

 In this pattern, I will show you how to make a knitted white bunny that you can use as a decoration, a gift, or a toy for yourself or your loved ones.

You can also customize the bunny according to your preference by changing the colors or the accessories.

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NEEDLES

A pair of 2.25mm straight knitting  needles

MATERIALS

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Toy filling (less than 10g) 

Tapestry needle

Sewing pins

2 pencils (I used them to make  pom-pom. You can use anything  which has the same size)

YARN

Wishful bird baby of Ruyi Bird  (the same as scheepjes stone washed yarn): White (01) 

Jeans Yarn Art (or any yarn you want to use to embroider the eyes and cheeks): Black, Red

SIZE

Finished size: The height is 8cm (included ears), the length is 3.5cm

ABBREVIATIONS

K: Knit

P: Purl

KFB: (Increase) Knit front and back of stitch 

K2tog: (Decrease) Knit two stitches together

SSK: (Decrease) Slip a stitch (as if to knit it) to the right-hand  needle,  slip a second stitch in  the same way, slip  both  stitches  together  back  to  the  left-hand  needle  and knit  together  through the back loops.

st(s): Stich(es)

Stocking Stich (St st): Knit all stitches on right side rows, purl all stitches on wrong side rows.

(...sts): The number in round brackets at the end of the instruction indicates the number of stitches after working the row.

[...] : Repeat the sequence between the square brackets by the number indicated.

Related to:
List of Common Knitting Abbreviations

KNITTING PATTERN 

HEAD AND BODY (Make 1)

Cast on 8 stitches in white, leaving a long tail for sewing.

Row 1: K1, KFB x6, K1                   (14 sts)

Row 2: P14                                 (14 sts)

Row 3: K1, [K1, KFB] x6, K1           (20 sts)

Row 4: P20                                (20 sts)

Row 5: K1, [K2, KFB] x6, K1          (26 sts)

Row 6: P26                                (26 sts)

Row 7: K1, [K3, KFB] x6, K1           (32 sts)

Row 8 – Row 20: St St                (32 sts)

Row 21: K1, [K3, K2tog] x6, K1      (26 sts)

Row 22 – Row 26: St st              (26 sts)

Row 27: K1, [K2, K2tog] x6, K1     (20 sts)

Row 28: P20                              (20 sts)

Row 29: K1, [K1, K2tog] x6, K1      (14 sts)

Row 30: P14                               (14 sts)

Row 31: K2tog x7                         (7 sts)

Leaving a long tail for sewing, then cut off the yarn. Thread this tail through remaining stitches and pull up tightly.

Related to:
How to “thread tail through remaining stitches”, “pull through”

EARS  (Make 2)

Cast on 8 stitches in white, leaving a long tail for sewing.

Row 1: K8                              (8 sts)

Row 2: P8                             (8 sts)

Row 3 – Row 10: St St           (8 sts)

Row 11: K2, SSK, K2tog, K2     (6 sts)

Row 12: P6                            (6 sts)

Row 13: K1, SSK, K2tog, K1      (4 sts)

Row 14: P4                            (4 sts)

Row 15: SSK, K2tog                (2 sts)

Leaving a long tail for sewing, then cut off the yarn. Thread this tail through remaining stitches and pull up tightly.

ARMS AND LEGS (Make 4 -  2 for arms and 2 for legs)

Cast on 8 stitches in white, leaving a long tail for sewing.

Row 1: K8                (8 sts)

Row 2: P8               (8 sts)

Row 3: K8               (8 sts)

Row 4: P8               (8 sts)

Row 5: K2tog x4      (4 sts)

Leaving a long tail for sewing, then cut off the yarn. Thread this tail through remaining stitches and pull up tightly.

SEWING & MAKING UP

SEW THE HEAD AND BODY

Using the cast-off tail which through remaining stitches and start sewing the side edges  together, using Mattress Stitch to sewing (Sewing form A to B) (Fig. 1). 

Adding stuffing as you sew, stuff them so they are fairly firm but not straining the seams (Fig. 2). 

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The Mattress Stitch (Invisible seams) - How to sew the seams in knitting
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Once you are happy with the shape continue sewing the seams right up to the cast -on edge. 

Then we’ll thread the tapestry needle with this long tail through the loops of the cast-on stitches and pull up tightly (I've used red to illustrate), tie off all the tails together and poke  them inside body to hide. (Fig. 3 - Fig. 9). 

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EMBROIDER THE EYES

Thread a tapestry needle with the black yarn  to embroider the eyes (Fig. 10).

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ATTACH THE EARS TO THE HEAD

We’ll transfer the cast-off tail form C to D as shown in the figure (I've used red to illustrate) (Fig. 11 - Fig. 17).

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We’ll adjust the ears with the help of sewing pins on the head (Fig. 18). 

Then using the long tail  of the ear to attach:  sewing alternately through a stitch of head and a stitch of the ear (Fig. 19 - Fig. 22). Work all the way around the ear .

Once it is attached, we’ll tie off all the tails together and poke them inside body to hide.

Do the same way with the other ear (Fig. 23). 

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SEWING THE ARMS AND LEGS 

We’ll fold the arms, legs and using Whip Stitch to sew the side edges together (I've used red  to illustrate). Don’t add stuffing (Fig. 24 - Fig. 27). 

Related to:
The Whip Stitch - How to sew the seams in knitting

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ATTACT THE ARMS AND LEGS TO THE BODY.

We’ll adjust the arms and legs with sewing pins to the body  (Fig. 28). Using the tapestry needle with the long tail to sew  the arms and legs to the body.  

Once it is attached, we’ll tie off all tails together and poke  them inside body to hide. 

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MAKE THE POM-POM

We’ll wind white yarn around 2 pencils approx 20 times and cut off the yarns. (Fig. 29 -  Fig. 31). Using a piece of light beige yarn to tie tightly in centre (Fig. 32).  

Then we’ll remove it  from 2 pencils, tie tightly again (Fig. 33 - Fig.34) and cut through each side of loops (Fig. 35).

Trimming to a smooth round shape (Fig.36) and sewing pom-pom to the body. (Fig. 37)

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EMBROIDER THE NOSE

We’ll thread a tapestry needle with the black yarn to embroider the nose and the red yarn to  embroider the red cheeks 

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                                                                            Congratulation! You have found your own bunny!

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