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  1. natasja
    December 1, 2014

    Ohhh this is a cute one. Nice pressent to give ;-)

  2. Mere
    November 17, 2014
  3. Mere
    November 14, 2014

    What’s the best way to attach the bunny head to the blanket?

    • Amy Ramnarine
      November 17, 2014

      Hi Mere! Sorry for the late reply. I usually use the tail end of the yarn from the head with a yarn needle and weave in and out of the center of the blanket, making sure not to let the yarn show through on the other side. I hope that makes sense!

  4. Kathryn
    October 2, 2014

    Perhaps I’m just reading it wrong, or I’m more tired than I think…
    I have finished the 19 round blanket part and am about to start the bunny. What do you mean “working in the round” in your instructions?

    • Amy Ramnarine
      October 9, 2014

      Hi Kathryn, working in the round means that you don’t join at the end of each round. You work in a continuous spiral. This is where the stitch marker comes in handy. Hope that helps!

  5. Trudy McNish
    September 27, 2014

    Thank you for the beautiful patterns..

  6. Genie
    August 3, 2014

    Made the blanket and bunny head with no problem, I did have a bit of trouble with the hands for the bunny but I think what I’ve done will work. The ears I don’t quite understand where the rest of the stitches come from as I don’t see an increase past the five additional stitches in the last of the chain 9 row. Can you tell me where I get the 19 stitches at the end of row 2?

    • Amy Ramnarine
      August 11, 2014

      Hi Genie! I’m not sure if you saw my previous comment. My site had a hiccup and some of my comments and posts were lost. To get to the 19 stitches, you have to work down the opposite side of the chain. You will need to sc in the bottom of each chain, working around to the beginning sc. I hope that all makes sense!

  7. Terry Johnson
    July 27, 2014

    Just completed my lovey for a boy baby shower coming up next week! I posted the photos on my Ravelry page if you are interested in seeing them. I wasn’t sure if I should attach them here. Thank you so much for the pattern, it was written straight forward and was easy to complete. :o)

    • Amy Ramnarine
      July 27, 2014

      Hi Terry! I can’t wait to see the photos! I will head over to Ravelry now. I’m glad that the instructions were easy to follow. You can always post any photos to my Facebook page. I enjoy seeing them and sharing them with others :)

  8. Birda
    July 2, 2014

    Love love love this adorable pattern!
    Do you have a pattern for a PUPPY lovey?
    I think that would be perfect for a boy!
    Thank you for sharing your talents!

    • Amy Ramnarine
      July 4, 2014

      Thanks Birda! I don’t have a puppy lovey but that might be a cute idea for the future :)

  9. Susanne
    June 23, 2014

    Thank you for sharing the Bunny Lovey Pattern, Amy. My little granddaughter who is disabled and autistic will LOVE it! <3
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    • Amy Ramnarine
      June 24, 2014

      I’m so glad she will enjoy it! Enjoy the pattern! :)

  10. Stephanie
    May 23, 2014

    Just finished Bunny Lovey. Thanks for sharing the pattern. I love it! I’ve put a photo on Ravelry

    • Amy Ramnarine
      May 23, 2014

      I’m glad that you liked the pattern! Can’t wait to head over to Ravelry and see how it turned out! :)

  11. Mary Gilbert
    May 20, 2014

    I love your Bunny pattern!!! It is the prettiest of all the patterns I have seen. I have only been crocheting for a few weeks and I can’t wait until I learn enough to make this blanket. How much yarn should I buy? Several of the comments say the pattern needs updating, so I hope you will find the time to do this soon. As a beginner I am afraid to start a project that the more experienced have found confusing. Thanks so much for sharing your super cute bunny.

    • Amy Ramnarine
      May 21, 2014

      Thank you Mary! I used about half of a skein of both the pink and green and almost the whole skein of the white. I wish that I had time to update this pattern right now but I don’t want to rush through it. I want to make sure that I do it properly since it’s one of my more popular patterns. I am hoping to add photo tutorials and a video tutorial as well but it will take some time. In the meantime, if you have any questions at all, feel free to contact me!

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