martes, 24 de julio de 2012
Conejito de un cuadrado
visto en http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/knit-bunnies
Then stitch up into one half of the square to make a triangular shape – as in the picture
As you start to pull this thread you can see the head and ears of the bunny start to form.
Before you pull it too tight – push in some stuffing (I have used pure wool here but you could use polyester)
Pull the thread tight and make a couple of stitches through the hole to secure.
Next – stitch down the back of the bunny (square section) leaving a hole big enough to stuff this section.
As you get to the end of this part – pull the thread quite firmly so that this point comes up to the bunnies neck and make a couple of stitches to secure it.
I then position the ears how I’d like them with a few stitches at the base of the ear (to close that bottom part of the ear)
To make the tail I like to get a little ball of unspun fleece and use a dry felting needle to attach it to the body. As an alternative – just make a tiny pom pom and sew it in place. Experiment with alpaca or angora wool if you’d like a fluffier bunny! Have fun with it….