Carol Turner

Nursery Knitwear

A Few More Rabbits

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After a much needed holiday at the end of September I returned refreshed and have spent October busily building up stock for a Christmas Craft Fair. Had to make some more rabbits of course.

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Jack the Rabbit

Bunny in Duffle Coat

After maknig a bear in a duffle coat had to make a rabbit with one as well.

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I do love teaming up a turquoise blue and a darker blue  together, one of my favourite colour combinations and they both look good with grey.

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He does look snug when full dressed.

Sarah and Dora

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All are from the same pattern, just variations in the colour combinations and outfits which make them very different.

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For Sarah I went for a pink and lilac combination another favourite!

Bunny in Pinafore

And very fetching she looks in her pinafore.

Bunny in a dress

For Dora I opted for a little dress with puffed sleeves.

They do look a cute little trio, all waiting now for new homes.

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Author: Carol Turner

Hello and welcome. I love knitting baby clothes and creating nursery toys and this site is a showcase for my little creations. Thank you for visiting and do call again soon

6 thoughts on “A Few More Rabbits

  1. I always admire your toys. They are the most charming creatures, especially Jack the Rabbit in this collection. I also wish that knitting was more appreciated. People don’t know how much work goes into making any of those adorable creatures. I don’t have patience for making toys because they require a lot more concentration than sweaters. I always wait for your new toys, since you always come with something new.

    • Thank you so much. I find the knitting of the toys quite straight forward, it’s putting them together that is the hardest bit, especially doing the faces. One wrong stitch and a sweet doll can turn into a monster LOL

  2. Do you sell the knitting patterns for the bunn rabbits?

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