Color of November – Amigurumi Rainbow Bunny Crochet Challenge

The eleventh month of Amigurumi Rainbow Bunny Crochet Challenge is starting. The color of November is light pink.

You might say that November has nothing to do with pink, but I chose this on purpose. In Estonia it`s one of the darkest, gloomiest months. The leaves are gone, everything is gray and dark, and there`s no snow yet. So I wanted to bright things up with this light and playful color. Looking forward to starting my pink bunny.

Scroll down to read about how to use the color of the month.

This crochet challenge is about crocheting cute bunnies, but even more it`s about challenging yourself in combining the colors.

Let me explain 3 possible ways to approach the color of the month.

  1. Use it as the main color. For example, if the color of the month is light blue, make a light blue bunny, choose a contrasting color for the eye patches and the tail, and add some colorful fabric to spice it all up.
  2. Use it as the contrasting color. Let`s say the color of the month is purple. Perhaps you don`t like purple too much, so you don`t want to make a purple bunny. Use it as the contrasting color for making the eye patches and the tail. Find a main color that will match with purple, and bound it all together with a suitable fabric.
  3. Choose your own color. You don`t necessarily have to stick to the color of the month if it doesn`t inspire you.

Share the photo of your finished bunny on Instagram. Tag me @lilleliis_official, so I could see your photo too. Also, add #lilleliispattern#sweetchildhoodbunny and #rainbowbunnychallenge.

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