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pixiepurls 06-13-2007 12:35 PM

Free Bunny Blanket Buddy
 
Lion Brand Bunny Blanket Buddy

Isn't it cute? I ran out to Joann's and got the yarn for it yesterday and I'm over half done already. Velvetspun is a fairly nasty yarn but I wanted it to look just like the photo. It has some YO's in it that show up more if you don't use a fluffy/bulky yarn so I went for the nasty velvetspun btu I think it'll be worth it once I am done!



Anyone want to knit this with me? It's REALLY quick and could easily use up extra stash! Knit it in something washable tho. I am already dreaming of a Rowan Calmer version, or even Plymouth OH MY! I think would be REALLy perfect for it!

puppyluv 06-14-2007 12:32 AM

that is so adorable!
Do you have a baby in mind for this gift, or is it just an impulse knit? I seem to have a stash of gifts all knit up, but no babies.
I would totally knit this up with you, if ONLY I had the yarn in my stash...sigh.

Duckling326 06-14-2007 12:35 AM

I might have to try this one....since it says no gauge ...I think I'll make it with Lionbrand Suede. I think I have a couple balls of that somewhere. Won't be able to start this right now but will soon.

pixiepurls 06-14-2007 11:21 AM

I'm preggers :) plus that yarn matches a little bit of color in my diaper bag LOL!

ADAllen 06-14-2007 11:32 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by pixiepurls (Post 878782)
I'm preggers :)

Congrats!

divagirl 06-14-2007 11:43 AM

Congrats to you mama, and count me in! I have some Encore chunky at home and friend with a baby girl due in a month. I'll cast on tonight.

Is the Velvetspun really hard to work with?

Deb

pixiepurls 06-14-2007 08:42 PM

yeah I don't like it at all :( I am at the head now and im supposed to go down 2 needle sizes and my fingers are worried its gonna hurt./ It just doesnt have any stretch or give, and thats the problem.

mrs.slavinsky 06-14-2007 09:29 PM

Congratulations mom-to-be! I am pregnant too and would love to do this put I don't the yarn for it. :-/ Maybe I'll get some as your is turning out beautiful!

Doodknitwit 06-14-2007 09:39 PM

congrats to you pregger knitters. :star: . :psst:I've been spayed ..
its a good thing :poke: :blooby: :woohoo:

Eloewien 06-14-2007 11:12 PM

I've used baby homespun and had them come out great. Also, if you want it smaller, use thinner yarn and smaller needles. A friend of mine did it with two strands of yarn- one cotton and one lion brand microspun- and it came out amazingly soft and about 12" tall...


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