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Limme know if you've made one, I'd like to see...

Posted by Nix from California, California, United States • Published See Nix 's 4 projects »
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  • Step 1

    * Lion Brand Cupcake Yarn
    * B hook

    Head:

    - Ch 4.
    - 2 sc in next 4 sts. Then sc the sts under, 4 sts.
    - *2 sc, sc 2*
    - *2 sc, sc*
    - 2 sc in first st, sc 10, 2 sc in next st, sc the rest
    - 2 sc in first st, sc 11, 2 sc in next st, sc the rest.
    - *Sc*
    - *Sc*
    - *Sc*
    - *Dec, sc 2*
    - *Dec, sc*

    Body:

    - Ch 4.
    - Sc in next sts and the sts under.
    - *2 sc, sc*
    - *2 sc, sc*
    - 2 sc in st, sc 7, 2 sc, sc the rest.
    - *Sc*
    - *Sc*
    - *Sc*
    - Dec, sc 8, dec, sc the rest.
    - *Sc*
    - *Dec, sc 3*
    - *Sc*
    - Sl st in next 2 sts.

    Arms/Legs:

    - Ch 2, 4 sc into first ch.
    - *2 sc, sc*
    - *Sc*
    - *Sc*
    - *Sc*
    - Leave 4" tail.

    Use tails to put onto body.
    I used only a couple of stitches,
    so it'd be movable/sit up on it's own.

    Ears:

    I can't remember quite how I did
    these, but I wasn't really satisfied
    with them anyway.

    Just basically do what you did for
    the arms and don't stuff them.

    Nose/Mouth:

    Stitch on how you want it to look like.

    - Ch 3, 4 sc in first ch.
    - *2 sc, sc*
    - Sl st in next st.

    Stitch on with white thread. Insert the
    needle under, through the bottom part
    of the stitch so when you insert the needle
    more so in the middle, it will curl slightly
    into instead of being flat.

    Tail:

    - Ch 2, 6 sc into first ch.
    - *2 sc, sc*
    - 2 sc in st, sc in next.

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Coraline
Coraline · 1 project
is this from a book?
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emmilou w.
emmilou w. · Wallasey, England, GB · 12 projects
so cute!! thanks for the how-to Happy
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StarlightRyouchi
StarlightRyouchi · Long Island, Maine, US
This is sooo cute. I wish I could do this but, I don't know how to crochet. >.<; I suppose I could learn from a book but, blehh..do you know of any easy projects I could start with?
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Samm
Samm · Australia, AU
REally cute! I've just learnt to crochet so i'll have to give this a go Happy

Riechan - 'Ch' means chain.
'Sc' means single crochet
'St' means single stitch

Good luck! ^^
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Kenneth O.
Kenneth O. · Albuquerque, New Mexico, US · 1 project
I swear I knew how to do this once (crochet I mean). Alas, I have forgotten. If I ever brush up on my crochet skills then I'll give this a go.

It's a very cute bunny btw.
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Riechan
Riechan · Limbourg, Walloon Region, BE · 21 projects
Cute bunny, it reminds me of Kumagoro (the pink bunny of ryuichi, gravitation)
I'm a noob at crochet so I've a question, what does 'Ch' 'sc' and 'st(s)'
thankyou very much ^^
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Mandy
Mandy · Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, US · 23 projects
SOOO CUTE!!! im JUST learning to crochet and i can't wait to be able to do these..you're really good!
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