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« on: December 26, 2007 06:51:22 PM »


In that link, it shows you how to make a bunny from a sock. Just five minutes ago, I finished that craft and revised it a little. Knee socks are what I used, and they are important if you want to do the last thing I mention.
See, I used Dental Floss to sew the slit, so babies can chew and get a minty fresh feeling, lawl. Even though I'm keeping it myself. Grin
Then I tied a knot on the ears, right at the start of the slit, on each side.
When I finished stuffing, I had no more stuffing left, but I needed more, because I used a knee sock. So then I tied the end into a knot right to where the stuffing ended. And the knot made a tail. I double knotted it, and left it like that. Well, I cut the leftoer fabric off, but yeah.

I hope I explained this clearly and that it helps you!
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