Make an Heirloom Lop-Eared Rabbit Live Web Seminar
The only sewing I am doing right now is working on my quilt for the Hoffman Challenge. However, I ran across this seminar by Cynthia Treen offered by The Sew Daily Shop of Interweave (click here for more information and to register!) The seminar is only $19.95 and will walk you through the process.
ABOUT THE WEB SEMINAR:
This spring, create a keepsake that you will love to share! Cynthia Treen, popular designer of plush toys, shares wisdom, techniques, as well as her pattern, for an adorable felt rabbit and carrot.
With this web seminar, you’ll get:
- The full pattern for the heirloom, lop-eared felt rabbit
- Clear Step-by-step photographs and instructions for completing the project directly from
- Tips and tricks for hand-stitching techniques
- Insight into the types of tools that work best for stitching felt wool fabric
Join Cynthia Treen and create one (or two or three) little heirloom rabbit for yourself or someone special. This makes the perfect gift for the children in your life!
Resources you will need:
- Body felt (beige or gray): 12″ X 12″
- Inner ear felt (white): 4″ X 4″ Eyes (Black): 1″ X 2″
- Wool stuffing: About 40 grams One skein of matching embroidery thread
- One skein black embroidery thread
- One # 5 or #6 embroidery needle
- One doll needle
Can’t attend the live event? Register now and get a recording of the event afterwards!
Instructor: Cynthia Treen
Live Webinar Date: Friday, March 28, 2014
Start Time: 1 p.m. EST
Duration: 60-90 minutes
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Cynthia Treen is the Rhode Island based designer and owner of threadfollower kits and patterns. Her kits and patterns are available in her Etsy store (Cynthia Treen Studio) and in about one hundred boutiques and sewing shops across the country and internationally.
Her work with Dosa Inc, Martha Stewart Living and the PBS program “Cultivating Life” have been featured in both magazines and on television.
She currently splits her time between threadfollower, private commissions and freelance product design work. Her book “Last Minute Fabric Gifts” was published in 2006.
These bunnies are adorable, and would make a great addition to your Easter decorations stash! Click on Cynthia’s name above to go to her Etsy store to see more of her work and to purchase felt sheets for different projects.
The seminar is tomorrow, so no time to order felt now – but there is always the fabric store – or even felt you have laying around the house!
If you complete the Seminar and make bunnies, I would love to see! Send me photos and I will post your bunnies for all to see 😉
Thank you to Interweave Press for the information for this Seminar! All information is property of Interweave Press and is offered here in order to draw your attention to the class. So, I Read This Book Today is not affiliated in any way with Interweave Press or it’s subsidiaries or affiliates.