Saturday, February 21, 2015

MAKING CINN-BUNNS!

Start with fresh muslin and a healthy serving of FLUFF

Stuff bunn firmly with fluff and stitch on a couple arms

You may notice the bunns increase in numbers as you go.  
This is okay.  Bunns do that.

Next, baste your bunn from a hot coffee bath

This next step is the key to this recipe:
sprinkle cinnamon generously all over bunn and rub surface
(note: if bunn starts to giggle during cinnamon rub,
just giggle right along)

("Girrrrl...you always tan so much better than me. 
I'm like...so jealous")

Lay your bunn(s) out to dry in the sun
or someplace safe and warm.

After the bunns dry, brush off any excess cinnamon.

Now your cinn-bunn's are done!  Have fun picking out fabric for your bunn's dress or leave the bunn nekked to show off its primitive coffee and cinnamon tan.

WANT TO MAKE YOUR OWN CINN-BUNN?
Go to my "free patterns" link in the right sidebar and choose the round bunny pattern.  Feel free to share bragging pics or sell finished bunns, but please give pattern credit to "The Moonlit Stitch".

WANT A CINN-BUNN BUT
DON'T FEEL LIKE MAKING ONE?
Visit my etsy shop to find a bunn
OR
Stay tuned for a cinn-bunn GIVEAWAY!!!!  
YAAAAY!!!

Thanks for stopping by and having some fun with me friends♥

~*~ Lisa



Thursday, February 19, 2015

BEEN SEWIN'


Hey blog buddies!  Sorry I haven't been around - got stuck in a snowbank and they just now thawed me out and sent me home!

Actually I've been sewing - ALOT.  And I found that if I stay off the computer...PINTEREST to be exact...I can actually finish projects.  

Finished some projects I started last year (and maybe a little further back than that!) and started some new ones.  Signed up for another craft show...even re-opened my little etsy shop.  Shoot, been sewing so much I bent my needle!  Lost a couple too...do you ever mis-place your needle?  Love working with the 3" doll needles...must stock up.

Hope you are all warm and have avoided any winter blues/sickness for the most part.   

♥♥♥ Lisa