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Thread: Bunny Ears Teething Ring

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    Post Bunny Ears Teething Ring

    Here is the tutorial some of you have requested.
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    ​It's really cute and thanks for the tutorial.

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    That's so cute & the minky just makes it that much more interesting for the baby!

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    I suppose I should have posted a photo also
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    I'd like to try that can you try a different format I can not open this one except to get numbers and etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltingJaguar View Post
    I'd like to try that can you try a different format I can not open this one except to get numbers and etc.
    Hope this works


    Bunny Ears Teething Ring Tutorial


    Draw and cut 2 of the ear shapes (Fig.1)>>
    (shape as you wish: i.e. short, wide, long, narrow, pointy or rounded)>>
    Place right sides together and stitch a ” seam,>>
    Leaving an opening for turning.>>
    Turn right side out and stitch opening closed.>>
    Fold ears in half and slip through the ring as in (Fig.2)>>
    Bring ‘ears’ up and pass through the the loop you created with the fold. (Fig.3)>>
    Pull snug. Teether complete - How simple was that!

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    I chose this method verus sewing the ears on the ring>>
    because the ears are easy to remove and throw in the washer when needed.>>
    Ring can be washed with mild soap and water.

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    Very cute and easy. Thanks.
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    Thank you for posting the directions to make the cute bunny ears teething ring.
    I am a dental hygienist and will enjoy making these as shower gifts.

    What did you use as the teething ring?
    Thanks for sharing your idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by copycat View Post
    Thank you for posting the directions to make the cute bunny ears teething ring.
    I am a dental hygienist and will enjoy making these as shower gifts.

    What did you use as the teething ring?
    Thanks for sharing your idea.
    They are made from natural wood then brushed with beeswax and olive to protect the wood.
    All organic and safe for baby.

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    thank you so much for the tutorial. It is awesome and so are you for sharing! Much appreciated!

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