Sunday, March 28, 2010

Wittle Bunnies

I found this fabulous tutorial for repurposing men's wear into fun sewing projects and just had to make these darling bunnies...just in time for Easter.


Instead of using men's wear, I used a pair of pants that I didn't wear anymore. The pastel stripes were absolutely perfect for this adorable trio of bunnies.


I used some of my Amy Butler and Kaffe Fassat fabric scraps for the inside of the ears.


You may be wondering, why make three bunnies? Well, I've begun somewhat of a new tradition for the Mommies in my life. Last year I made one of these for my Mom and decided I needed to make another bunny for her this year, so I made one of these. And since my Mom and my Mother-in-law will both be in town for Easter this year, I thought it would be perfect to make one for each of them. Now you're probably thinking, "Well you explained why you made two bunnies...but why three?"


Well...the third is for a certain little one who will call me Mommy in 7 months. That's right folks, the Hubby and I are going to have a baby! Now, this little one won't be able to enjoy their little bunny until October, but it will be sweetly waiting for our little one's arrival, as are we!

9 comments:

Jenny said...

congratulations. many happy blessings to your family!

Lannae Johnson said...

That is wonderful...congratulations! I regularly read your blog, so I feel as if I know you. I'll enjoy you posting about your journey to motherhood. All the best to you and your husband!

kristi said...

congrats to you and your husband! :)

Amber said...

oh congratulations Sarah - how exciting!!

mommymae said...

ahhhh!!!!!!!! i'm so excited for you guys!!! yay!!!!!

Amy said...

That is so exciting for you guys!
Congratulations!

Dana said...

aaaaackkkk???!!!!??? how did I miss this little bit at the bottom????

CONGRATULATIONS!!!! So happy for you guys!

Nishant said...

congrats to you and your husband! :)
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dana said...

darling little bunnies! And CONGRATS again!! So very excited for you!!

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