FREE Knit Pattern-Boo Boo Bunny Knit Pouch
Spring is here! Well at least the spring solstice is here! Although some of you may still be having snow and other winter weather we are getting closer to spring each day. Along with spring comes being outside. If you have kids being outside comes with boo boos! Today I have a FREE knit pattern for you to help make those ouches better quick and in a fun way with the boo boo bunny knit pouch!
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As spring rolls around kids are starting to play outside. The more kids are outside and playing together the more times they will get boo boos. It was always a struggle for me to get my kids to use an ice pack because it was “too cold”. Now, with the boo boo bunny you can reduce swelling with something your kids will want to use. Boo Boo tested, bunny approved.
Boo Boo Bunny Materials:
- 1 ball Scrubby Smoothie in Loofah
- Scraps of Scrubby Cotton in Blushing Print and Caribbean
- 14″ US size 8 knitting needles
- Yarn needle
- 2 stitch markers
k = knit
p = purl
pm = place marker
st(s) = stitch(es)
Boo Boo Bunny Pattern:
Cast on 85 stitches-I recommend using the long tail cast on.
Row 1-3: Knit
Row 4: k3, pm, p to last 3 st, pm, k3
Row 5: knit across the row slipping the marker as you get to it
Row 6: k3, slip marker, p to last 3 st, slip marker, k3
Continue repeating Row 5 and 6 until your piece measures your desired length. (7″ in the sample)
Finish with 4 rows of knit.
Fold in half and tie ears like pigtails with a scrap piece of yarn, the same color as your bunny.
Place ice pack in square section
Optional details added with scrubby cotton scraps and a yarn needle.