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September 07, 2008


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Kathi D

Thank you! Great tutorial!


I'm voting for Reginald. Have FUN in Canadia!


That bunny is awesome! Thanks for this great tutorial!


He's lovely - I'm going to make one for my neighbours new nursery! Thank you.


He looks like a Reginald to me! I just can't get enough of those wonderful floppy-looking feet. It reminds me of my favourite childhood toy (that I still, erm, have). Super tutorial, thank you for sharing!

kyoko nakayoshi

Bunny ball! Yes Reginald the bunny ball sounds so like him. ;D
Thank you for the great tutorial. Sewing curves and turning inside out neatly is hard. From the photo, I see that you might be using a pinking scissors. That is a great idea.
It would be so fun to put a growlers or plastic bell or something. Have a great weekend Judy!


How cute; you know, if you filled that with dried beans it would make an amazing little doorstop. I just love it. And...a great tutorial.


Very cute! I love his little, funny expression...Great tutorial! This would make a great gift for a child...or one young at heart! Happy Day :o)


Hes an Archibald!


Leuke artikel!

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