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Throwback Thursday: Snowy Bunny

Throwback Thursday:


If you’re new around here, you may not know how I celebrate Throwback Thursday! Every Thursday, I highlight a specific project I made a while ago. It might be as recent as a couple months, or as old as a few years. It is simply a project you’ve never seen from me, or at least haven’t seen in a very long time.

I started doing it because I want to have a good reason to share my older projects with you, since I just started my YouTube channel this past May. I hope you keep reading about this week’s project, and check out the YouTube video! I also have a playlist for all my Throwback Thursday Episodes on my channel, so be sure to check that out if you haven’t watched them all ;)




This week’s project:


This week’s project is super special! It is the Snowy Bunny, which is pattern that you can find on the Knit Picks Website. You can find the single pattern on the website, or you can purchase this book and get this pattern, as well as SO many others. This bunny is knit in the round, except for its ears, which are knit flat in seed stitch. The limbs are made separately, and then sewn to the main body. I love how squishy this little guy is, and also how soft he is! And...his ears ;)


I made this bunny right after I received the yarn and book as a gift. I made him in just a couple days, and fully enjoyed the process. I still vividly remember making him downstairs, surrounded by my family during Christmas break. It is my favorite time of the entire year!


The Yarn:


Like I mentioned earlier, I was gifted the yarn to make this bunny a few years ago for Christmas, and I am still so grateful for it. It is Knit Picks Biggo, in the “bare” color. Though, this bunny would be sooo cute in another color from the Biggo line as well. I highly recommend this yarn. It is so incredibly soft, and perfect for little stuffies like the Snowy Bunny!


Would I make this project again?


YES! This might sound silly, but I am especially looking forward to making him for my future kid(s). I think it would make an adorable addition to a nursery!


Links:


Click here for the video


Click here for the pattern


Click here for the yarn


Click here for the book


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