Darling Bunny Ragdoll – Crochet a Great Baby Gift!

Darling Bunny Ragdoll – Crochet a Great Baby Gift!

This is adorable and would make a perfect gift. If you’re crocheting one for a baby, don’t forget to use safety eyes!

Darling Bunny Ragdoll - Crochet a Great Baby Gift!


PATTERN: Bunny Ragdoll designed by by A la Sascha.

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Darling Bunny Ragdoll - Crochet a Great Baby Gift!

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27 Comments

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    These are beautiful. I love the two contrasting colourways you show too. If I made one as a gift though, I would find it very hard to give away! All the very best from Normandie, Sue

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    Pattern?

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    I purchased this pattern yesterday and printed it off my email. Then deleted it before realizing it did not print at the bottom of page 1and 2. Can it be resent?

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      Hi Tina, you’ll have to contact the pattern maker. Good luck!

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    How do I purchase this pattern?

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    I love the multi colored version. What brand yarn did you use and are all the strips color changes? meaning it’s not a self striping yarn. Thanks

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        I’m aware I f where to purchase the pattern, I’ve already done so. My question is in regards to the multi stripped with the scalloped bottom version of the project that you show. Is it a skein of yarn or do you change out the yarn?

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          Hi Christine, I didn’t make the multicolor one, I’m mostly a curator here although I do knit daily! If you go to the Ravelry page where you bought the patterns, click on the Projects tab and look for the one in the photo above. The maker hopefully will have listed the yarn(s) they used. Good luck!

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    I cannot get this to print without multi #, !,$, sign, it is crazy, can hardly read instructions. What a mess.

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    I printed the Bunny Ragdoll pattern I purchased. After every word and no. there are either ! # or $ signs. Almost impossible to read instructions. What a mess.

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    Bonjour,
    Sorry, je suis Française et pas douée avec l’anglais.
    J’aime beaucoup ce que vous faites ?
    Je viens d’acheter le tuto cat et comme je vais devoir le traduire en Français avant de le réaliser, je voulais savoir si la traduction vous intéresserai ??
    En attente de votre réponse, je vous souhaite bonne réception.

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    Purchased pattern but there are no instructions for stripey bunny.
    Dissapointed.

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      I was to! I was told to look in the project photos but didn’t have any luck finding it.

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      Did you also have issues with # ! $ in the pattern? Someone mentioned how hard it is to read the pattern!

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    Would be great to have a knit version of this!

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    Yes! I agree with Mindi! Any chance you might come out with a knit version of this lovely doll?

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    Do you think it would be possible to shorten the ears and make a bear instead somehow? Making a baby gift for some Baylor fans and it would be perfect if it had a bear instead!

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    • Danielle

      Hi Abigail, sure – I think you cold do it. But check out the maker’s shop first, she has a lot of different options, maybe even a bear!

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    I downloaded the pattern and it is in another language. I need it in English please.

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    • Danielle

      Hi Jennifer, I’m not the seller or designer – please check the receipt and contact the seller through the email on the receipt. Good luck!

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    It’s adorable. The problem is that the description is list as Free but it takes you to Ravelry and it is not free. Extremely misleadin.

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    • Danielle

      Hi Amy, I don’t have it listed here as free. Do you remember where you saw a description that said it was free?

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