Friday, 16 April 2010

Mooshy Belly Bunny from Chez Beeper Bebe

I can't remember how I came across this, but as soon as I saw it, I knew I wanted to make it!
Here's my version of the mooshy belly bunny.






Instead of old t shirts, I used cotton fabric. I didn't do a pom pom tail, either. This bunny is so cute, and easy to make! I knew that the cotton I used was likely to fray, so I zig zagged the edges. So far it hasn't frayed, and looks very secure! I definitely want to make more of them! The tutorial is excellent too, very clear instructions!

Please note: This is not a sponsored post! I found something cute and just wanted to share it with everyone else!

21 comments:

  1. how cute & easy! I love the word mooshy :)

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  2. How adorable! Makes me want to poke his cute little belly.

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  3. That would make such a precious gift. Too adorable!

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  4. I love this! I want to make one for my great-niece. How cute!

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  5. So sweet! I love the fabric you used.

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  6. P: Yes, I do that a lot. :)

    Sew it UP!: Thanks! I want to give one to a little girl that I know, got to find some nice fabric and there isn't enough of the fabric I used for this one. :)

    Dayna: Go on, give it a go! It's really easy and the instructions are great. :)

    Kristen: Thanks! I've used it for so many projects. :)

    em's scrapbag: Thank you! :)

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  7. what a very cute little bunny

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  8. I also saw the tutorial and book marked it as something to try. Glad you made it with cotton as I don't have any knit fabric and didn't really want to have to buy something. He looks very cute and mooshy. Have you received any cuddle ratings for it?

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  9. Thanks everyone! :)
    Karen:
    It gets top ratings for cuddle-y-ness, just right! The head is stuffed more than the body, and I used scraps of wadding for stuffing it. I don't have any knit fabric either, and cotton is much easier to sew, so I thought I'd experiment with it. :)

    Thank you once again for all your kind comments!

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  10. Aww... so cute! Love it! :o)

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  11. Thank you! :) I've not been very successful with making plushies before, this one turned out a lot better than the other one I tried! :)

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  12. So very cute! Thanks for sharing!

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