Do you have babies in your life this Easter Season? Why not wip up some adorable Bunny Teethers?
Bunny Teethers are fun and simple to make. Great for little hands to grasp and the high quality cotton of Riley Blake Designs makes for a beautiful and tightly woven fabric weave - perfect for these Bunny Ear Teethers!!!
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Iron and Wool Mat
Turning tool (hemostat)
Small pieces of Heat n Bond LITE SEWABLE
Scraps of high quality cotton fabric (we used Hidden Cottage by Minki Kim for Riley Blake Designs)
Child safe wooden teether rings
Thin quilt batting, fleece or flannel for inner layer
Small amount of Polyester Fiber Fill
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1.Print out the teether pattern pieces. Do NOT select “scale to fit” on your printer. Print all the pattern pieces at their actual size. There are 3 sizes available in this pattern (8,10and 12 inch teethers). Please make sure you print the PDF of the size you would like to make. Check the 1” square test box for printer accuracy before you begin.
2.Cut all the paper pattern pieces out on the cutline. You do not need to add a seam allowance. Seam allowances are included in the pattern pieces.
Cut the following:
Cut1 piece from print fabric for inside of ears
Cut 1 piece from solid fabric for outside of ears
Cut 1 piece of Stitch n Sew: sew in fleece
If you are using a Cricut Maker(or other cutting machine) and the SVG files to cut the shapes, make sure to use your rotary blade and set the fabric setting to the appropriate depth and type.
3. Lay out the pieces in the following
order and pin around the perimeter to keep in place.
Stitch n Sew - sew in fleece
Print fabric – face up
Solid fabric – face down
4. Using a shortened stitch length, sew all 2layers together at a ¼” seam allowance. Leave an opening for turning on the middle edge of one side.
5. Make little snips around the entire perimeter seam allowance. This will make for a smooth turning and flat seams
6. Next, using the opening, turn the Bunny Teether right-out and using a turning tool such as hemostats, knitting needle or even a pencil to push the points and edges out from the inside.