These amigurumi creations take a little longer for me to complete these days with a newborn but it’s been nice to have a few quiet moments here and there to work on them.
As usual, I’ve added a little scarf to make it a “winter themed” rabbit. My intention is to have these winter creations as Christmas ornaments when we one day have Christmas at home. (At the moment my husband’s career moves around.) Amigurumi has been a great hobby for me because it calms my nerves and I can take it just about anywhere. The finished products weigh nothing which makes them easy to bring home, they’re not breakable, and when I look at them, I like to remember where I was when I made them.
This was another great pattern from Son’s Popkes. I love her patterns. I didn’t have a soft contrasting colour on hand to follow the pattern exactly but I like how it turned out anyway. The pattern also had great details on how to assemble it together.
For the scarf, I did a chain of white then single crocheted green on each side. I tied the tails in a knot at the ends.
Lastly, as I was googling amigurumi techniques recently, I came across a great page with some really clear tutorials. You can find it here. There are some free patterns and PDF pages to print as well – I love it! Thanks Kristi!
…ok…one more thing…I also made a Christmas Bat…learn more about it from my previous post here.