A civilised bunny for a good person at my workplace (well, for her daughter). you can take the clothes off - and put them on. There is a special t-shirt under there too. The jeans have pockets (and a tail-hole). I wanted it to be fine enough for the recipient.
This has been the result of a long process of making and redesigning - the third bunny.
The first bunny was too goofy for the recipient - as I used rainbow wool for the actual bunny (in the final bunny was just used for jumper arms). I gave this bunny for a super cute awesome girl I met where we bought our Netherland Dwarf bunnies for Troy and Lucan. Pure spirit able to appreciate the bunny.
I really liked this one - what happened was, the pattern (by Clare Garland) was a bit tricky - I lost where I was in the pattern - and actually the head was on backwards. I was able to alter it into something else - cool - a sloth. He was really a character guy - so I sent it to a little character niece - the very creative Breanna who lives in North Carolina. I ended up knitting him a little jumper for when he needs that cuteness of ears. Mistakes can be great! And all the learning I did along the way - made me able to find the pattern easy in the end (as long as I don't drift off - it is tedious to follow a pattern!)