Tuesday, April 6, 2010

New Patterns: Bailey Bunny and Freya Fairy

This week in My Etsy Shop I have two new patterns: Freya Fairy (for the intermediate crocheter) and Bailey Bunny (for the beginner crocheter). Both patterns have been inspired by the recent Spring weather here in Nova Scotia. Both patterns can be found at The Silver Hook Etsy Page


Bailey is made in 7 pieces: head and body, 2 legs, 2 arms, and 2 ears. Use size 4, medium weight yarn (about 1oz each for body and contrast colour for inner ears and bottom of feet, and 3.5mm crochet hook for all parts. Like most amigurumi, this piece is worked in a continuous spiral. Do not join rounds. Using a stitch marker can help keep track of rounds. While this project is possible by the novice crocheter, check out the stitches used to determine the level of difficulty.

CH (chain stitch), HDC (half double crochet stitch), puff stitch (instructions given), sc (single crochet stitch), sc2tog (single crochet 2 together, instructions given), sl st (slip stitch)

worsted weight yarn, yarn needle, 3.50mm hook, stuffing

Approximate measurements: 7 inches tall

Make your own unique, adorable fairy toy!

Freya is approximately 7.5 inches tall. Look at the stitch directory below to determine skill level required (intermediate). The pattern is clearly explained in North American terms.

Freya is made in 10 pieces: head and body, 2 top wings, 2 bottom wings, 2 legs, 2 arms, hair. Use size 4, medium weight yarn (about 1oz each for skin, wings, and dress colors) and 3.5mm crochet hook for all parts except for the hair which uses a 4.00mm hook.


Chain stitch, double crochet, puff stitch (instructions given), single crochet, single crochet 2 together (instructions given), slip stitch.


small amounts, about 1 oz of worsted weight yarn for each of the colours (skin, dress, and wings), 3.50mm crochet hook,4.00 mm hook, darning needle stitch marker, stuffing.


  1. I LOVE Bailey Bunny! So cute! Glad to see you on the blog wagon!
    I want to see some wedding planning documented!

  2. I love them both - sorta makes me want to crochet...