Monday, March 5

Bunny Egg Cover pattern is up!

Vicki’s Bunny Egg Cover

You'll need size 7 double points and about 15 yards of worsted weight yarn to knit one of these plus a plastic egg to fill the bunny. (This used to be a free pattern on my blog until some not nice person lifted the pattern and tried to sell it as their own design on Ebay.)

Cute little bunnies that fit over plastic Easter Eggs, hard boiled eggs, or candy eggs. The photo shows the front (left) and back (right) of the bunny. The little tail and ears are knit in as you go. Knit in the round for minimal finishing. Just tuck in the ends when done. You can knit these smaller by using smaller needles and yarn. Money from pattern sales will be donated to Pet Refuge.

Pattern has been revised and updated as of March 28, 2012.

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8 comments:

Melanie said...

Too cute! Thanks for sharing the pattern.

Knitcrazy said...

Oh My !! Those Egg Covers are just the Cutest Thing !!!! :)

Penny

http://pennyknits.blogspot.com/

Jules said...

How wonderfully fun! I love it!!:)
Thanks for sharing!

Amelia, belle of The Bellwether said...

This is a very clever pattern -I knit one up last night, the instructions were fun! I love the way the tail's knit right in, and the ears are knit without breaking the yarn. Ingenious!

Mine turned out a little small -- I think the yarn wasn't thick enough -- so on a regular egg it looks a bit like a "bunny hat" -- sweet!

Mary G said...

These are so cute and easy enough for my littles to do... THANKS for sharing this design

Darbost said...

Hi there, This pattern is darling. We'd like to put it in our knitting group's newsletter - we have quite a few "mature" members so there's lots of grandchildren and we do a lot of charity knitting. We all just love small, quick knits. Would you let me know if we can include the pattern please.

Regards,

Darlene

darbost@verizon.net

rabbitIng said...

thanks for this lovely pattern, i am a bunny freak, so just right for me! Ingrid

Shona said...

These are so cute - thank you for sharing.