An image of a completed Easter Bunny Egg Cozy (sitting on an egg!)
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Easter Bunny Egg Cosy Kits

Easter Bunny Egg Cosy Kits

Vendor
River City Yarns
Regular price
$52.00 CAD
Sale price
$46.00 CAD
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Well, if the Easter Bunny didn’t leave something adorable behind! These baby bunnies will keep your hard- or soft-boiled eggs warm and also serve as a great hiding spot for those yummy Easter Creme eggs! A small amount of yarn and a small amount of time will keep you from scrambling for Easter decorations. Get cracking!

Your kit includes:

  • One 50g skein of Camp Color
  • One ball of Lang Lace Mohair Silk or Rowan Kidsilk Haze - colour matched (see below for colour pairings).
  • A print copy of the Easter Bunny Egg Cosy pattern

You'll also need:

  •  3.0 mm needles for knitting small circumferences in the round. Gauge isn't critical for this project, so smaller or larger needles will also work.
  • (Optional) a crochet hook in a similar size for making a bow to go around our bunny ears; and
  • A tapestry needle for weaving in ends and embroidering the face.

Yarn Specifications:

Lang Lace 

  • Ball Weight: 25g / 0.88oz
  • Ball Length: 310 m / 339 yds
  • Yarn Fiber: 58% Mohair (superkid), 42% silk
  • Care Instructions: Hand wash. Lay flat to dry.

Rowan Kid Silk Haze

  • Ball Weight: 25 g / 0.88 oz
  • Ball Length: 210 m / 229 yds
  • Yarn Fibre: 70% mohair, 30% silk
  • Care instructions: Hand wash cool, lay flat to dry.

Camp Color

  • Weight: 50 g / 1.75 oz
  • Ball Length: 173 m / 190 yds
  • Yarn Fibre: 100% Superwash Merino
  • Care Instructions: Machine wash, gentle. Lay flat to dry.

Have any left overs?  Try this adorable knitted bunny pattern by Jackie Erickson-Schweitzer.   Jackie says, "Make a bunny out of a square piece of knitting. It’s almost as clever as pulling a rabbit out of hat!"