lovely pattern i have made lots but i seem to have problems with the bear ears they never seem to look right when i do them so i just stick to the rabbit as that comes out perfect every time i just love it
Hello. I love the rabbit and her lovely wardrobe of clothes that i have knitted. I am now stitching them together and i am having trouble fitting the gusset onto the two head pieces. Do i need to sew up the back of the head as well as the front piece between the head and the nose before inserting the gusset? Many thanks Nicola
Knitting the rabbit!!! Done the head, the ears, the body and one leg! Super excited as already I can see the little body emerging…being a non-knitter, I am doing this with two plasters on my fingers and with very careful counting! . However couldn’t wait to come home from work to carry on! I am going to turn her into a gauze tut wearing ballerina bunny! Thanks so much
Thank you for these beautiful patterns. I’m knitting 4 sets for my daughter in law as 4 of her friends are pregnant. They turn out really well in finer yarn on finer pins.
Congratulations on the birth of your son, he’s gorgeous.
I am sorry that your having trouble with the pattern. Honestly, I don’t think I could help you and no there is not a revision for this pattern. I have not made these booties since my little girl was a baby and now she is 6. My suggestion is to look on Ravelry and see if anyone has any notes about the booties. Or you could message someone who has recently completed a pair.
thank you so much for these fabulous patterns! i am having fun making the rabbit. i am making the jacket hoodie for a stuffed pig and do not see the left front in the pattern. am i missing something? is it staring me in the face? thank you so much for your help! rachel
Hi I am having a problem with the head of the rabbit. Help me please, I did the two peices and the gusset, I did sew them together, but there is no back of the head. If I just sew them all together in the back, it does not fit right and is too small. What am I doing wrong. Please help Judy Frizell firstname.lastname@example.org