Knitted Bunny Rabbit – Friday Favorites

Just in time for Friday Favorites, I’ve finished the “mystery” knitting that I hinted about earlier this week (see it here)

Please meet: Sir Hops Alot ๐Ÿ™‚


He’s a tiny little fella at less than 8″ tall – and that includes his ears! I enjoyed making him but I would describe this as “fussy knitting” because of all the small pieces. You’ll find the pattern here.


Wishing a very Happy Easter to those who celebrate it, and Happy Spring to everyone!

See you Monday with a new giveaway and new questions!



Knitted Bunny Rabbit – Friday Favorites — 15 Comments

  1. Gosh he is too cute! Is he standing on his own?

    Crystal says: Yes, he is – but the slightest breeze would probably knock him down. ๐Ÿ˜‰
    I held my breath while I took the picture!

  2. I can’t take it, he is too cute! And perfect for Easter! I want! If only I knew how to knit… or had the time…

    I love that you added the Bigfoot legs to the pattern! They work perfectly!

  3. I love Sir Hops Alot. He would go well in our family!
    He could be called “Sir Hops Alot Hoppes!”
    Many thanks…..Cindi

  4. Hahaha, oops, this is what I get for posting belatedly after reading. I definitely love “Sir Hopsalot”…I will simply have to make “Hopalong Cassidy” myself someday! I wonder if there are any knit cowboy hat patterns… ๐Ÿ˜‰

  5. you get props. i really need to get adventurous with my knitting, so this might be just the thing to get me there.


  6. So cute!!!!!!I have a name for him!!!!!!! (mmmm… better her). We gave one to my 5 years daughter for her birthday on March and she called her Neueta (something like Snowy but in Catalan). But ours does wee and poop!!!!!!! (I don’t know if these words are poltically correct).

  7. Is that little guy or what? I never learned to knit, although I do crochet a little…so I am in awe of anyone who can knit. I have made my share of tiny stuffed fabric rabbits in the past though…back when I did a lot of sewing. Sr. Hops a Lot has so much personality!

  8. What a cutie! I knit, but I haven’t gotten into the “fussy” projects, as you call them. I mostly knit socks and sweaters. I even try to knit the sweaters in as few pieces as possible so I won’t have all that piecing to do in the end. So even though I love the little critters they might be a little frustrating to me, but they are so cute.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.