Well, Hello There!
The cutest little flop-eared bunny is ready to be shared with you, along with the instructions as to how to make him for yourself.
I’ve created the pattern as a handy pdf file which you can safely download from here and enjoy. But before that, here are some more photos:
He’s right at home there amongst my daughter’s favourite stuffed animals, but sadly he can’t stay. He’s about to be bundled up into luggage and sent of to Perth to a new home with the son of my oldest friend. I know he’ll be well loved.
Right, so let’s get to it. To start making your own bunny, click this PDF file:
Flopsy Bunny Pattern
Or, clicking on any of the images in this post will take you straight to the pattern too. If you have any problems opening the pdf, shoot me a message via my Contact page.
Edited to add: I forgot to mention the size! Flopsy bunny is about 20cm tall when finished. A great size for toddler hands.
Don’t forget to share your finished bunnies on social media, you can tag and follow me just about everywhere: on Instagram, Pinterest, Ravelry and Facebook. I love seeing your finished results!
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Why did the head turn out like and elf head 😖 I was hoping it would disappear as I went on but it didn’t, had to sew it down to make it more flat 🤔
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Thank you so much! He is adorable. Can I make him in a thicker yarn and hook size to make him bigger, or will that mess with the pattern?
Absolutely! If you use a thicker yarn, you’ll just have a bigger bunny. Just make sure the hook size is about 1 size smaller than what is recommended for the yarn. Enjoy!
Thank you SO much!!
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Just adorable 🙂 And in .pdf format already ~ Thank you!! ❤
You’re welcome, I thought pdf might be a bit more useful for people. ♥️
Sooooo sweet! Love it! xx
Thanks so much!
Dank je wel, zo lief, dat konijntje!
Hartstikke bedankt Sofie! X
He’s just the cutest!! I love, love, love his floppy ears… and then the nose… so adorable! What a fab job! I’d love to start making him right away, but – as you know – I can’t because of my “wip-list-quest”……
Will definitely pin him to my Pinterest-board and as soon as that list is down to zero …. Marianne xx
You gotta keep working on at list, it feels great to only have one thing in the go for once. Although, I am itching to start something else…. Haha