* lumpy bunny

Posted on February 12th, 2005 by maitreya. Filed under Toys (cat and kid).


Another stuffed animal from the same Japanese craft book as the angry/placid sheep and the horse of a different color. I used to have a link to this book, but my laptop, with all my collected links on it, is in the ICU at the moment. Something about a logic board. Between that and a fun flood when our water heater burst, it’s been a bit of a crafting drought this week. Lumpy Bunny started as such a good idea. How can gingham and rickrack fail to be cute, the perfect gift for a local 1-year-old? My sewing still leaves much to be desired, unfortunately. Sewing rickrack is Hard. In the course of basting it on, it seems to have stretched or something and caused all my seams to pucker weirdly. He was really hard to stuff evenly, too. I would open him back up and add more stuffing to combat the lumpiness if I hadn’t ruined him by trying to draw his face with a pen, which bled. I suppose I could glue a new face over the bad one, but at this point I’m just going to start over on something else. Oh well.

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2 Responses to “lumpy bunny”

  1. Cimba Says:

    It’s not as terrible as you describe it :) He’s cute and sweet, even if his face is a little blurry, and actually that blurryness makes him more and more childish and sweet!

  2. Poli Says:

    :o!
    7 months ago i made a bunny for my boyfriend
    and it was just like that. The only difference is that he’s was all white and had red eyes :P

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