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More handmade Bunnies & Bears....Oh My! PayITForward free pattern

More handmade Bunnies & Bears....Oh My!  PayITForward free pattern  What about ye folks, it's Lee here. Welcome back. I know, I know! I shared these types of cutie patooties in my last post, but as I gave those away as gifts to my nieces and nephew, I just had to make some more. If you want to know all about them, where I got the pattern etc., please click  HERE   to see all the information in my previous post. I made a few wee modifications to these ones compared to my first ones, like fabric sleeves on the bunnies but, everything else was pretty much the same as my first ones. I made their outfits using beautiful fat quarter fabrics from Disney for all of them except, the wee bear with the brown polka dots. They are beautiful fabrics, really great quality, thick cotton fabric which was a dream to sew.  I don't know how I manage to make them all look different, as I'm using the same bunny and Teddy Bear pattern, but each time I make them, they look so different.  Maybe

Handmade Bunnies & A Teddy Bear - payItForward free pattern

Handmade Bunnies & A Teddy Bear - payItForward free pattern What about ye folks, it's Lee here and welcome back to my blog. Firstly, let me wish you all a very Happy New Year.  Let's hope 2021 is a kinder year for us all, and we stay safe and healthy.  I want to share with you some wee cutie patooties that I made as Christmas gifts for 2 of my nieces and wee nephew. The girls are both 4 years old and the wee boy is only 6 months old. These are not my own designs but I do want to tell you about where I got the patterns because I think the creator is incredibly talented and generous. I happened to be watching Micheline from Michoumakes and she was sharing some cute little makes that she had sewn up, when she kindly gave a shout out to the actual designer. Before I go on, on a personal note, it is incredibly important to me and all us creative types that we give credit where credit is due. Now I know nowadays it's hard to come up with an original idea. However, if you are