This is Fudge; he is a bunny and he is really excited to meet you 🙂 Fudge is one of many, many bunnies that call Arann their home. Of course being a bunny, he naturally has a lot of brothers and sisters and spends most of his time outside playing with them all. Fudge is cute as a button but he also has a very mischievous side 🙂 His mum and dad really have to keep a very close eye on him whenever they go visiting!
If you would like to make your very own Fudge Bunny, to help you to bring out your mischievous side, then you can do so by clicking on the “Download Now” button below! Fudge is made using the Japanese style of crochet known as amigurumi, which means he is crocheted in the round, in continuous spirals. This original Moon of Arann pattern is fun & easy to follow and comes complete with step by step photo instructions and fun facts to add to the enjoyment! Further information, including written & photo tutorials for all the skills you will need to complete your very own Fudge, as well as top tips, and lots more, are all available here on this website, so why not take a ramble around while you are here? 🙂
This pattern is aimed at a beginner to medium skill set, but would make a really fun project for even the most experienced of crocheter! If you would like to view some sample pattern pages to see whats involved, you can do so by clicking here! Patterns are downloaded as a pdf download and remember to use a good quality print setting to get the most out of it!
To make your very own Fudge you will need:
- 1 ball of 100g “Sirdar Supersoft Aran” in shade no 0918 (brown)
- White yarn; approx. 8 yards / 7.5m to make the tail. Any Aran / Worsted weight or Double Knit yarn will do!
- Two 15mm solid black safety eyes.
- 4.0mm (G) crochet hook.
- Yarn needle.
- Toy Stuffing.
- Stitch marker.
So why not bring some Moon of Arann magic into your life by creating your very own Fudge Bunny?! And don’t forget to share your photos using the #moonofaranncrochet, I would love to see them & all the links can be found on my website (or by clicking here!).
Happy crocheting! See you next time!
Psssssst…. If you have any problems with or questions about your Moon of Arann download, please do not hesitate to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or use the “Contact Me” link by clicking here!