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« on: January 18, 2012 01:01:14 AM »

I'm starting a new intiative in my classroom whereby good behavior earns a kid an entry in a drawing for whatever bizarre prize I can think up. To that end, I was finishing up a tie-dyed sock monkey this evening when it occurred to me that sock monkeys are a bit time-consuming, and I suddenly remembered a bunny pattern involving socks in a book my mom gave me.

I got out the book -- The Woman's Day Book of Soft Toys and Dolls by Joan Russell -- and found the pattern. I made slight modifications by using oversized plastic eyes, gecko-print ladies' socks, and a prefabbed acrylic pompom in place of the button eyes, gray children's socks, and handmade pompom tail and overstuffing the bunny slightly to give him a kind of alien look.

Here he is:







I think he looks sort of like a cross between an Uglydoll and the goofy one-eared rabbit from the Life in Hell cartoons.

In an odd coincidence, as I was getting on Craftster to post this, I noticed a familiar face and discovered that AlwaysInspired had used the very same book to create one of the beautiful Indian dolls I used to pore over as a child:

I'm not sure what the odds were on that, but I'm guessing you could probably use them to fuel the Heart of Gold from Betelgeuse to Milliway's. Wink
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I'm not sure what the odds were on that, but I'm guessing you could probably use them to fuel the Heart of Gold from Betelgeuse to Milliway's. Wink

LOL!  That made my morning!  Smiley
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« Reply #2 on: January 18, 2012 04:49:06 AM »

oooo Love him!  Smiley
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« Reply #3 on: January 18, 2012 04:53:04 AM »

Adorable!
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