Hop the Bunny – Un coniglietto chiamato Hop

Last week I bought a new crochet book that had been on my radar for a while: ‘Edward’s Menagerie’ by Kerry Lord. It is a lovely lovely book full of sweet crochet patterns all made using natural colour yarns. The patterns in the book are divided into three levels and I found the instructions clear and easy to follow. I picked a pattern from the level one section and as we’re well into spring I crocheted a bunny. My son called it ‘Hop’.

La scorsa settimana ho comprato un nuovo libro di crochet che gia’ avevo adocchiato da tempo ‘Edward’s Menagerie’ di Kerry Lord. E’ un libro davvero bello con tanti bei progetti tutti completati usando lana pura in colori naturali. Il libro e’ diviso in tre parti di difficolta’ diverse. E’ scritto in un inglese chiaro e facile da capire, ma non ci sono schemi da seguire. Dato che siamo in piena primavera ho fatto un coniglietto. Mio figlio ha deciso di chiamarlo ‘Hop’.

Hop

Hop is crocheted with a 100% British Wool that I already had, The Women’s Institute Unique Yorkshire , Malham colourway. I used a 3.5 mm crochet hook. Unfortunately the 50g ball wasn’t enough to complete the bunny so I used a little bit of Rowan Felted Tweed, Alabaster shade which matches nicely.

Hop e’ fatto di lana pura 100% British, The Women’s Institute Unique Yorkshire . Ho usato un uncinetto 3.5 mm. Avevo gia’ della lana a casa, purtroppo un gomitolo da 50g non era sufficiente e cosi’ ho usato della lana Rowan (Rowan Felted Tweed, Alabaster shade) per completare il coniglio, ma la differenza quasi non si vede.

Hop in the garden

Love the tail!

Che carina la coda!

Hop in the garden2

Hop at home

Hop at home2

A presto,

Francesca

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