Friday, March 22, 2013

Project BunWay!

Sumayyah knew exactly how she wanted to design her project and it turned out amazing!

With this project, everyone in the studio learned how to cut out a simple pattern, do machine zig-zagging and basic assembly with this wonderful bunny. Most kids had done hand stitching and embroidery with me before, and this time a good portion of the kids learned the blanket stitch which took patience and skill. EVERYONE loved their bunnies! Can't you see it on their faces?

Liris, Gemma, Izzy and Ivy show off their work.

A special welcome to Jahirah! I can already tell she's a dynamite little designer!

 Charlotte created special eye glasses for her bunny at the end of class.

  Ellie used the embroidery floss like a true artist and completed a bunny that is so fine and adorable!

Clara created a purse to hold her bunny's custom eye patch collection. Fabulous!

Amber worked hard to finish this wonderful little bunny. Look at her sparkle!

I can't tell who is more stylish, Liris or her bunny.

Maya created this little dress with ribbon details at the last minute. Adorable!

Can't you see Amelia was thrilled with her little bunny?

Raziah took her time and her stitch work was perfect! 

 Katie's blue-eyed bunny!

 Zarinah has such a way with color!I love the way hers turned out.

 Hady worked hard and added some last minute touches to make hers unique.

 Faith added blush to the cheeks of her bunny. Looks perfect!

 Annie with her work. So great darling!

 Maggie's bunny ready for the bike ride home. Your stitching is just gorgeous!

 Ilana's finished project, lovely!

A helmet for Simon's project.

 Liam added a dapper little mustache on his bunny at the very end.

Ummi with his finished work.He was a real natural with a needle, thread and a sewing machine.

 The boys took their finished bunnies for a wagon ride!

Jabreel created a distinctive bunny with bold, consistent stitching.

A very cute bunny playing peek-a-boo with Kassi.

Marco made his bunny for his little brother Nikko who turns one this week.

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