My First Easter Bunny of the Year

Not the first bunny, because I already made a bunny as a baby present, but this one is for the Easter table.

But as you all know, since we have a bunny ourselves (a Flemish Giant weighing 9 kilograms, so he counts for ten bunnies, actually) I love bunnies, so I can't get enough of creating them.

This one is from the book Crocheted Wild Animals by Vanessa Mooncie




Here he is, the Giant of Flanders. Don't worry, he's still alive, just relaxing.




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Toothless, from How To Train Your Dragon, that I made for my daughter, was featured by Creative Jewish Mom!


Thanks, Sara

Comments

  1. Both bunnies are super cute !!! And Toothless too !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Have a great week !
    Anna

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  2. You are very talented! It takes me forever to even make a simple scarf.
    My brother used to have a Flemish giant rabbit. He has been gone a long time now. They seem to be very gentle creatures overall.

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  3. This bunny pattern is just adorable. I love seeing pictures of your real live bunny to, it looks so soft and fluffy.

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  4. So cute! We have a pet bunny too (no as big as yours, though), but she can only walk around the kitchen for limited periods of time because she chews everything. She has a particular taste for my husbands shirts and has destroyed a few when I forgot the laundry basket in the kitchen floor...
    Thank you for sharing at The Really Crafty Link Party. Pinned.

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  5. I love that you have a Flemish Giant Rabbit! I've heard so much about them! Your crocheted bunny is very cute too. Thank you so much for your support of the Hearth and Soul Link Party, Liz.

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  6. Crochet bunny and real one are both very cute. Thanks for joining in Ginx Woolly Linx Party for April.

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