Monday, February 25, 2008

Bunny Egg Cozy

Bunny Egg Cozy Pattern

Supplies:
Size 3 knitting needles
100% cotton 4 ply yarn in cream and pink
sewing needle

Body
1. Cast on 28 stitches with cream yarn
2 Knit stock knit stitch (knit one row, purl one row) till piece measures 1 inch ending on a purl
row.
3. *K2Tog, K 4 from * repeat across
4. Purl
5. *K2Tog, K 3 from * repeat across
6. Purl
7. *K2Tog, K 2 from * repeat across
8. Purl
9. K2Tog across
Break off yarn leaving a 7 inch length

Thread the 7-inch length onto a sewing needle, draw it through all stitches on the knitting needle. Pull tightly. Fold right sides together and sew seam with the 7-inch length yarn. Weave in loose ends. Turn right side out. You're basically making a little hat.

For the Ears
Cast on 3 stitches, leave a long tail to attach the ears
Knit 9 rows of rib stitch (K1, P1).
K3Tog

Make two ears and sew them on the body (refer to picture)
With pink yarn sew the face on (refer to picture)
Done

27 comments:

Indigo Blue said...

Thyese are great!! i am about to start on some felt egg cosies. Will let yo0u now when they are done. These are cute though.

kawaii crafter said...

Can't wait to see what you're going to make. Definitely let me know when your cozies are done so I can check them out.

sewfunky said...

These are gorgeous, thanks for sharing the pattern! :)

I'll probably make some of these for easter!

Oiyi said...

These are too cute!!

mushroommeadows said...

hehehe soooo cute! If only i could knit...:(

Knit - R - Done said...

So flippin' cute!

bunbun said...

So Cute! I love photograph! It is really lovely, down to the ribbon on the fork!

Purnima Palkar - Solapurkar said...

Wow.. I will definately try this..I think I will make it a little smaller and draw the rest of the body on the egg.
Thanks for the idea and your comment too !

alexander said...

They are so sweet and cute.
Great work done!

Alexander
Alex's World! - http://www.kakinan.com/alex

morinn said...

They are really cute!! ^^

macati said...

so cute adorable soft tasty eggs...
:)

Knitrageous said...

Very cute! Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

I know this must be a dumb question, but what weight yarn did you use? Fingering?

kawaii crafter said...

not a dumb question at all,
4 ply/fingering

Heleen said...

I'm not a knitter but I do love these egg cosies!

Michelle said...

these are so cute! I sure hopw you are compiling everything into a futire craft book to be published!

Liz said...

They are so cute! I don't know how to knit (yet) so I'm going to ask my mom to make a few for the grandkids. Thanks for the pattern!

Suzanne said...

Love the egg cozies, and love your new header. I visit your site often, you are wonderfully creative and inspiring.
Suzanne

Larissa said...

Wow, just looking at these makes me really excited for Easter!

M.KATE said...

loved this blog, i am not a very artistic person, but i get to learn new stuff here anyway, tks for sharing :)

Marianne said...

Those are so cute! I bought the yarn (Plymouth Encore) to make some for Easter, for both decorations and for my special needs son. They will be very much enjoyed by all, as they brighten things up for Spring. I can't wait to start them! Thank you so much for the darling pattern!

Nicole said...

Hi,
I just wanted to let you know I just finished making these cute little guys. I made 13 of them to give to my daughters preschool class. I am putting them on top of some chocolate eggs. Thanks for the great pattern. I hope I did it justice.
Nicole

sistermama said...

Thanks for the great pattern. I'm getting ready to knit it right now.

Miriam said...

I just made these, but altered the pattern, for my sons birthday party. I am doing a ducky theme so I did them in yellow and added a short row bill. I am going to knit a bunch to send send home as part favors. Thanks so much for the inspiration. It has been fun.

Vania said...

I just loved the bunnies, but as a Portuguese speaker, with a little English, I don't know what a "TOG" is in kinitting. Can you explain it to me?
Congratulations for your blog, and thank you!

Anonymous said...

TOG means knit together - hope that helps! I'm halfway through knitting my first one of these - think it'll b every cute!

Carrie said...

Thx for sharing these wee cuties. Just discovered them in time for Easter 2010.