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March 6, 2012

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cidnym

I just ordered your adorable bunny pattern and used paypal. I sent a note with my current email address to seller, but noticed after submitting that my old email address was on the paypal account. Please read the note and send my pdf file to the correct address. I'm so excited to get sewing my bunnies and give them away for Easter!
Thank you!

VickiT

Love the bunny and the changes you've done. That picture of Cal is just adorable. I have to wonder years from now what he's going to think about his insistence at wearing that dragon costume for the picture. LOL

Ulla's Quilt World

That is so lovely! :)
www.quiltworld2.blogspot.com
Hugs, Ulla (from Finland)

Jenny Stein

These are adorable - but not as adorable as your boy.

Anne Marie

These turned out darling - love the tails - are you using a bulky yarn? The tails look so nice and full - I can never make a really full looking pom pom.

Kristi

Love him. The yellow one is my favorite, Cal in costume is a close second.

madebymum

so so so sweet. You did a fab job as usual.

vanessa

Those are adorable!

Melissa

In love!!! Easter for my 4 year old done! Now... I'm new to "fancy blogging" as I like to call it. At Christmas I made an owl purse based off of your design. I didn't do a tutorial or anything, but shared the purse on my blog and it's gotten popular on pinterest. I want to make sure that I don't make you upset (because I may or may not be your #1 fan) So here is a link, please let me know if you would like it to say something else. I feel as though I gave credit where credit is due, but I just am unfamiliar with all of the technicalities. I know you work so hard on your patterns and I don't want to short change you! Thanks, Melissa (#1 fan!)

http://www.blessthismessplease.com/2012/02/owl-purse.html

Ann

EEEK! 4 weeks to Easter - are you SURE! Love bunny - especially the yellow and pink one. And definitely not just for Easter.

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