I made my son a little rabbit doll using some worsted cotton (I think it was peaches n cream, but it’s prewashed and recycled from two other projects that didn’t turn out how I wanted so the ball label is long gone). I used 3.25mm dpns (US 3). He’s stuffed with terry cloth rag strips. (Being rag-stuffed might make him tricky to launder, but I’ll worry about that if/when I have to–I can always cut him open and remove the stuffing if I have to.) I figured out how to knit him entirely in the round, starting with the raglan increases from the neck down, dividing for the legs and casting on a a few extra stitches, making the feet with German short rows, then knitting up and sewing/grafting on a little rectangular flap in the crotch. Then I picked up and knit the head, using short rows on the face. Lastly the ears were knit in the round and whip-stitched to the head, and I embroidered the little nose and eyes using some scraps, and sewed on a pompom for a tail.
He’s not perfect at all but I’m kind of oddly proud of him considering making stuffed animals was kind of new territory for me with a lot of experimentation. My son really likes him too.
I took inspiration from a couple free ravelry patterns, like this one: https://pdf.ravelrycache.com/jmdownsouth/918102/Toy__Bunny__Tuxedo_Ted.pdf?AWSAccessKeyId=AKIAJNNSUP6J3RN4WZYQ&Expires=1585279966&Signature=6IuNEFBBVp6i5hVMJu1VUKsj2Lw%3D&key_expires=1585279966&key=i74u-n_XWr3s-e5---Ox6A