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Amigurumi Knit Rabbits Inspired by Famous Horror Flicks

 - Jan 29, 2009   Updated: Jun 14 2011
References: etsy & technabob
Cute is mixed with macabre with these little Amigurumi crochet creations. We've written about Amigurumi--the Japanese art of knitting or crocheting small stuffed animals and anthropomorphic creatures--previously at Trend Hunter.

These little bunnies are called 'Moon Buns' and were created by Moons Creations. They feature an Amigurumi interpretation of stars from horror movies like 'Nightmare on Elm Street,' 'Psycho,' 'Carrie,' 'Rocky Horror Picture Show,' 'Hellraiser,' and 'It.'

Implications - The terrifying collection of knit bunnies is surprisingly soft compared to their evil looks. Some are even styled with pins all over their faces. If you know your horror movies, you may be able to recognize where each bunny gets its looks from!