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cuddly cuddle-buddies of cuddliness!!
I made some of these for my Newbie swap and now EVERYONE wants them!
They have been breeding like who-knows-what in our house, kids keep makin 'em!!!
We have since discovered some cream & brown cowprint fur fabric, so think there might be a whole new guineapig family moving in soon ;)

It looks like there's lots of steps, but they're actually super quick n easy.

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Posted by bindiibabe from Dundee, Scotland, United Kingdom • Published See bindiibabe's 20 projects »
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  • Step 1

    Gather your supplies

  • Step 2

    Stitch around the edge with a running stitch (I only used black thread to show where you stitch, but it actually doesn't show so it's ok)

  • Step 3

    Carefully pull your thread to gather your circle into a "cup"

  • Step 4

    Stuff!!

  • Step 5

    Finish tightening your thread in and finish off.

  • Step 6

    Now comes the fun part!
    "Mould" till you are happy with the shape, longish with a rounder bottom end, or circular if you are going for more of a cute Tribble look :D

  • Step 7

    Cut 2 ears (and a base, if u are using) from felt.
    The ears should be a sort of arched shape, the base a small oval.

  • Step 8

    Take each ear in turn and fold in half lengthways then put a few stitches at the base, to give it a more realistic shape.

  • Step 9

    Position ears and sew in place.
    Then attach your eyes.
    I've made a few of these and I've discovered that the little baby ones are cuter without a nose but feel free to add any other features you like.

  • Step 10

    You're done!
    Except for the stroking and cuddling, of course!

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CreativeGirl79
CreativeGirl79 · Nanaimo, British Columbia, CA · 2 projects

Aww so cute!

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Anne
Anne · , Texas, United States

Aww. You broke me. All I can say now is awww...

Haha, so cute. I might try to make some :P

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bindiibabe
bindiibabe · Dundee, Scotland, GB · 20 projects

HaHa Nikki, you're right! I couldn't find any photos of them on the harddrive, so I just cropped one of the ones of my swap items that was on photobucket :D

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Dragoness
Dragoness · Surrey, England, GB · 28 projects

I have just one word to say:

MINE!! :P

The ones you gave me guard the xbox :)

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