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Childrens Peeking Bunny Jumper

Hello Friends, It’s been a while I know! I’ve been working on a few things that never seem to quite come to fruition – you know how it is *insert shrug*!!


So… on a slightly brighter note – bunnies! The peeking bunny jumper is a lovely make. It contains nothing more taxing than a UK half treble crochet and whilst the fluff is a little fiddly to work with it also hides all manner of sins.


I’ve made this one up in Paint box yarns vintage pink and King Cole Luxury fur “polar”. I made my original swatch in James C Brett chinchilla and while it did work (and was beautifully soft) it’s a chunky yarn and caused some difficulties with tension and the fall of the jumper.


I wanted to finish this sweater by easter, but bunnies are for life not just for easter; especially in littleys clothing so don’t limit yourselves! (Also why does the easter bunny bring eggs? I feel like he nicked the job off the easter chicken or duck? Or any other animal that actually lays eggs?).


I’ve made my bunny sleeping, technically not peeking at all! You could have a wide-awake bunny, a winking bunny, a button eyed bunny, a bunny with a nose or whiskers. Please personalise your bunnies – I just know Pom-bear would eat any additional extras I added so I can not wait to meet your bunnies.


As usual you can find the pattern on Love Crochet, Ravelry and Esty. The link below is an affiliate link, which means I make a small commission if you purchase something through it. This is at no extra cost to you but really helps me to keep the website running and patterns coming. As a small business I really value your support.


Using this Love Crochet link means all the yarn in the necessary colours is there and ready to go when you purchase.

Love, Yarny Hugs and Happy Hopping,

Pennie xxx

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