oobee + oobee bunny PDF Pattern

oobee + oobee bunny PDF Pattern

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  • oobee + oobee bunny PDF Pattern - Maze & Vale
  • oobee + oobee bunny PDF Pattern - Maze & Vale
  • oobee + oobee bunny PDF Pattern - Maze & Vale
  • oobee + oobee bunny PDF Pattern - Maze & Vale
  • oobee + oobee bunny PDF Pattern - Maze & Vale
  • oobee + oobee bunny PDF Pattern - Maze & Vale

oobee + oobee bunny PDF Pattern

6.00

What is an oobee, you ask? Is it a bear, a deer, a dog, a lamb? You decide, that’s part of the fun. I like to think they’re a little of each.

I made my first oobee in 2006, a lumpy, bumpy, loveable fellow that I named ‘Oobee’ after a childhood favourite softie. Over the next 8 years, I made hundreds of oobees that went to homes all over the world, and refined the pattern with longer, more grab-able legs and fun additions, like the long ears of the oobee bunny. These days, I’m busy hand printing fabric and don’t have time to sew oobees but I’m hoping with this pattern, they will continue to engage and bond with children for years to come.

Finished size: 38cm (15") tall

Fabric requirements: Two Maze & Vale fabric panels or one fat quarter (at least 50cm x 50cm {20” x 20”}) for the body, ears and tail. Sturdy, natural fibres like linen, linen blends, lightweight wool, cotton velour or pinwale corduroy work well. Small piece of wool felt for face. Fabric scraps for undersides of ears and tail.

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