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Sophie

by ysoldateague February 04, 2008

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The pattern for Sophie aka Pink Bunny is now available in the shop.

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Thank you to everyone who suggested names for her. I ended up giving the original to my cousin’s baby, and continued the trend I began with Elijah by naming the pattern after her.

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I love this photo of me and the adorable bunny’s namesake.

This means that nobody won the contest but that sucks, so I randomly selected 5 comments and I’ve emailed a free copy of the pattern to Eva, Diane Southwick, Tijm, Amyand Emily. Check your inboxes

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My head is stuffed full of strange associations, but this is why stuffed rabbits must be pink.

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I think Sophie makes a wonderful companion for Elijah and I can’t wait to make them some more friends. So much fun!

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