Sunday, 20 March 2011
I was asked to make some toys for our school's Easter raffle and so I picked two of the animals I most associate with spring - rabbits and lambs. I've been wanting to come up with a pattern for animal toys wearing clothes, so this was a good opportunity to give it a try. I started with a boy rabbit wearing a jumper (or sweater), then made the boy lamb with a really stripy jumper (I love stripes!).
Since I have boys I don't usually make girly toys, but I thought I'd give it a go this time and made a girl rabbit and lamb wearing little dresses, which made a nice change for me.
When I started making them the weather was still quite wintery, but but by the time I got round to photographing them it was getting much more spring-like, and I was pleased to be able to use some daffodils and primula as a backdrop.
The pattern, which gives instructions on how to make all the variations, is available in my Etsy shop.
Labels: amigurumi, animal, bunny, creature, crochet, cute, easter, flower, girly, lamb, pattern, rabbit, sheep
I'm a crochet pattern designer who loves creating cute amigurumi animals, and creatures and characters inspired by my geeky interests. I sell the patterns I design in my Etsy shop - www.lucyravenscar.etsy.com and I've had three patterns published in Inside Crochet magazine. I'm known as Angry Angel on Craftster and I have free patterns available on Ravelry - www.ravelry.com/designers/lucy-ravenscar