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Proto-bunnies!


Proto-bunny 2 (Jack's)
Originally uploaded by chiggster
I am having a go at making soft toys!

I made myself a wee template of a bunny and knocked a couple out. This is the second one. My first one is very skinny. Too skinny in fact because I didn't leave enough seam allowance... it's forearms and ears have no stuffing in them! But Tom seems to like it. He chews it and hugs it. It's black & white (contrast is supposed to be good for him) and has a blue ribbon tie and a cotton tail for something to tug at.

This one I gave to Jack. It's stuffed better and I gave him a face. He also rattles! He's supposed to jingle but I've not done a very good job of it. Like Tom with his, Jack likes this one! He also cuddles and plays with his bunny. Mark asked him if he loves it and he said he did :oD

I think they only like them because Mummy made them!

I've made one for Baby Ben, and I'll make one for Antoni & Hadil's baby when he comes too (he's a week over due by the way!) then I'll have to get back on with my Christmas Makes because time is getting on and I am getting behind!

*PANIC!*

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