What could be a better reminder of spring than bunnies, chicks, carrots and flowers? This adorable spring-themed garland is fun and fast to work up. The Bunny and Chick are similar in their seamless construction. The Flower petals use double-knitting in a very simple way. In the pattern, I’ve included an exclusive instructional video link on how to do the double knitting rows and how to finish the flower to make things easy for you. The Carrot is quick and seamless, too. You’ll have whipped up your own Spring Charm Set in no time at all. Hopefully, these new charms will bring the joys of spring right into your house!
Bunny: 3 inches tall
Chick: 2.5 inches tall
Flower: 2 inches wide
Carrot: 4 inches tall not including the stems
Bunny: Barrett Wool Co. Wisconsin Woolen Spun Fingering Weight (450 yards/100 grams) in Birch.
The finished sample used about 4 grams of yarn.
Chick: Barrett Wool Co. Home Worsted (370 yards/100 grams) in Humble Gold.
The finished sample used about 5 grams of yarn.
The Beak is knit in Barrett Wool Co. Wisconsin Woolen Spun Fingering in the Hazelnut (rust) colorway and uses less than 1 gram.
Flower: Petals in Barrett Wool Co. Wisconsin Woolen Spun Fingering Weight (450 yards/100 grams) in Birch (white), Bay Leaf (green) and Hazelnut (rust).
Carrot: Barrett Wool Co. Wisconsin Woolen Spun Fingering Weight (450 yards/100 grams) in Hazelnut (rust) for the carrot and Bay Leaf for the stems.
The finished sample used about 3 grams of yarn for the carrot and less than 1 gram for the stems.
Needles for all of the Charms
US size 2/2.75 mm set of four double-pointed needles or size to obtain gauge.
Gauge for all of the Charms
7.5 stitches per inch in stockinette stitch.
Detachable stitch markers
Black embroidery floss (Bunny and Chick only)
Small amount of fiberfill
Waste yarn (Bunny only)
Dinner fork for the pom-pom tail (Bunny only)
The finished sample used less than 3 grams of yarn total for all five of the petals and less than 1 gram of yarn for the flower center.