Brand new from Seven Stars - the Seven Stars Bunny kit! This unique crochet kit contains everything you'll need to make the original amigurumi bunny - cute and easy to make.
I’ve been making these special little bunnies for my friends, family and customers for many years and now I’ve finally got the pattern out of my head and on to paper! The bunny is amigurumi style and has a cute crochet tail. The pattern can be adjusted easily if you like to customise your bunny. The finished bunny should measure around 8"/20cm from ear tips to toes.
Bunnies make lovely gifts for people of all ages and one that has been handmade is even more special. With this crochet kit you’ll be crocheting up your very own tribe of squishy bunnies in no time. I hope you enjoy crocheting these little bunnies as much as I do.
What's in the bag?
- 100g ball of King Cole Supersoft Cotton Yarn - enough for two bunnies, choice of white or cream/ecru. You can request another colour if you prefer and I'll check stock. - A 4mm/G-6 Pony crochet hook with soft grip handle (not shown in photos) - Yarn for eyes and three colours of yarn for eyes, nose and belly button - BS Safety standard toy & craft stuffing - Wool/Yarn needle - Stitch markers - White felt - small square - UK or US crochet pattern booklet (A5 size) with full colour photos and written pattern
All wrapped up in a 100% natural cotton drawstring bag, printed with a bunny on the front and, 'bunny in a bag' text. This useful little bag can be used to store your kit while it's a work in progress and then reused later as a handy storage bag for crafts, supplies, favourite toys, gym shoes...or a whole tribe of little crochet bunnies! If you'd like to personalise the bag just let me know when you order and I'll print it especially for you at no extra charge.
This pattern uses basic crochet stitches and sewing techniques - It is a fairly straightforward pattern – ideal for beginners and more experienced crocheters alike. Each section is worked in a continuous round using double crochet (or single crochet if you're using US terms).
The Magic Circle technique is my preferred way to start but as long as the right number of stitches is formed in a circle, any technique can be used.
Keep in touch for the clothes and accessories patterns and kits - coming soon...