Friday, 28 November 2014

Soft toy Rabbit doll "kerah Rabbit"

Soft toy Rabbit

This little "Kerah Rabbit" is named after my youngest Granddaughter Kerah Beth, she's so cute just like this toy.

I have chosen the colours to be bright and fresh but still nursery sweet, and its washable too, just a cold cycle and line dry.

The button and collar details

                                                              They really are rather sweet

 The little Tulle drawstring presentation bag makes it such a lovely gift.  I am taking them next week to a local Garden Fete, I am sharing a stall with some other crafty ladies,  hopefully we sell well.  


  1. These are absolutely precious! Your skills are evident in all the projects you've shown. I found your blog by looking for a sock baby tutorial. Yours are wonderful and I can hardly wait to make one. I am always needing ideas for a kids church program and this time of year I want to make a few quick things for nieces and nephews as Christmas gifts. Please keep posting your projects. Your instructions are easy to follow and the results are delightful. I have bookmarked your site and will be checking for new ideas. Thank you!

    1. Hello there,
      You have made my day, thank you so much for your kind words.
      I did nearly give up posting, I didn't do any last year but though this year I should start again with some new projects.
      The little sock babies are really cute and if you are unsure on anything just message me.
      I might do a simple bib pattern after christmas to share.
      Thanking you

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