Friday, 3 April 2015

Easter Bunny Softie Pink Liberty Ears

When my six year old saw the bunny I made for the six month old she wanted one too. That was just fine with me since I was going to make her one anyway. (My 10 year old son said he doesn't need a bunny. *sniff* *sob* How quickly they grow up.He's actually turning 10 at about 2:00 a.m. tonight!)

For my older daughter I used pink Liberty of London for the ears and I put on a pom pom tail because I'm pretty sure she won't pull it off and choke on it. :)

A second bunny made with this free tutorial on Abby Glassenberg's blog. The chain stitching held up much better to tearing away the paper pattern than the back stitched eyes on the blue eared bunny.

This bunny has a pom pom tail because it's for an older child. So cute!

My happy little girl can attest to the over all squeezability and cuteness factor of this adorable bunny. Abby if you're reading this, thank you so much! Both my daughters are thrilled with their softies.

Here are the bunny sisters together.

Her face just lit right up when I gave her the bunny. It was priceless. Happy Easter!
I am linking up with Six Weeks of Softies at Sew Mama Sew. Fingers crossed that I might be fortunate enough to win one of the great prizes over there!

3 comments:

  1. So sweet, and they last a lot longer than a chocolate egg too. x

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  2. Happy Easter!
    Those faces are just too precious!!!
    XX!

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  3. super cute! I love the liberty ears :-)

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