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Friday, March 11, 2011

Something quick for the Easter Bunny



The bunny has hopped away with
 all the lovely carrots!

I followed them over to my new blog
and made them welcome there
and you are too.

Hop here to A Confetti Life.












155 comments:

  1. How gorgeous!
    They are just so cute.

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  2. just so bunny cute.... lovely tutorial... well done.
    Hugs Dawn x x

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  3. Great tutorial, I like visual instructions too. I will see if I can come up with a bunch!!

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  4. Gawjus Clare. Ideal to go with the bunnies i'm hoping to get made for my girls. :) Hugs, Jeanette

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  5. Good to see someone looking after Easter Bunny - most of us only want him to bring the goodies. Lovely carrots.

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  6. Fabulous Tutorial Clare and the carrots look fabulous too :)

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  7. Woohoo! What a wonderful tutorial, I love the pictures and as soon as I get some orange fabric ( you would think in my huge stash of fabric I would have some orange, but no) I shall be making some of these gorgeous carrots....maybe in time for my Easter Egg hunt...thanks so much.
    Kiss Noises Linda

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  8. These are so cute! I love them, great tutorial too! Have a sweet day!

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  9. Your carrots are lovely Clare! So sweet. Might have to have a go myself! :)

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  10. Fantastic and so easy to follow - Thanks Clare.

    Hugs,

    Fee XX

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  11. Fantastic idea.I might have to source out some fabric and try making a couple on Friday :) Barb.

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  12. Look good enough to eat
    Great tutorial Well done

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  13. They're fabulous Clare. I hope I have some spare time to make some before easter.

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  14. They look fantastic! I love the fabrics you have chosen

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  15. Beautiful photography Clare, and scrummy carrots. Love the thought of a bowl full on the sideboard.May have to remain a thought!

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  16. OMG - they are amazing! I can see some of these in my future. love the orange/white polka dots.

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  17. What a lovely tutorial!
    Ooooo I want more :-)

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  18. Oh Clare they are just gorgeous. Such a cute "Model" as well.

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  19. Clare, the carrots are so cute. I'm going to put some time aside to make some of them. I love the dotty material you used. Kind regards, Anita.

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  20. they are the best looking carrots I have ever seen Clare, very cute inded

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  21. Clare, Your carrots are just DARLING,,,so cute, I'm going to find some orange fabric right away and make some for myself...Thank you.
    Wendy

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  22. Hi ,lovely to meet you, I,m cottonreel , I don,t have a bunny but I,m going to make carrots to hang in my kitchen, just off to search in my stash , I,ll post on my blog when done--cottonreel

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  23. Very cute vegetables! Thanks for a great tutorial!

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  24. Love the carrots & tutorial... pictures make it so much easier to understand thanks!

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  25. I love your visual tutorial. Find it really easy to follow. But do I need to make carrotts?? MAYBE.

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  26. Thank you for this wonderful tutorial. Those little carrotts look wonderful.
    x

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  27. They are so cute! Great tute xx

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  28. Adorable! I especially love the leaves. Lucky Easter Bunny!

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  29. cute! so cute! I must get some orange fabric and green ribbons. I'm so doing this! Thanks for sharing!

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  30. Excellent tutorial! Will post my carrots later in the week. They look so cute! Lisa x

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  31. these are awesome...love the fabric choices!

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  32. So cute! So clever, Crafty Clare! ;-)

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  33. Your carrots look so sweet and yummy. I love how they turned out. Good job on the tutorial..
    Maggey

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  34. Cute cute cute! Very sweet but not fattening. I'm sure the easter bunny is going to love them! :)

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  35. Those are too, too cute!!!!!!!!

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  36. Lovely and colourful...even I can do this! Thanks.

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  37. Great tute. They are so sweet!

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  38. simply brilliant! very cute indeed.
    xx

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  39. These are adorable! My favorites are the polka dotty carrots. I think I may try to make some!

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  40. I love the bunnies carrots, and sure glad you had that time on your hands! Hugs, Diane

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  41. Great carrots - love the choice of materials. They look fab in a bunch together.

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  42. Great tutorial. Very nice looking carrots, the Easter Bunny should be most impressed with his dinner.

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  43. Love these so much! I might have to make a few multicoloured carrots up for display at our farmers' market stall.

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  44. Oh my gosh!!!
    You are going to make the Easter bunny sooooooo happy!
    These are just adorable!!
    oxox
    Christina

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  45. Thank you for sharing this craft. I absolutely love it!

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  46. They really are gawjus .... and it's a fabulous tutorial!!!
    ~ but where's the chocolate LOL????
    Hugs,
    Joy :o)

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  47. oh I wish I was your Easter Bunny, what a nice little treat to leave behind for them :) Sew cute I must try these,
    Valerie
    http://www.pastimesonline.ca/vals-quilting/

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  48. What a cute idea! Love the fabrics you used.

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  49. How cute are those carrots!!

    Great tutorial Clare and very easy to follow. I think you should definitely do more.
    Hugs ~ Kerryanne

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  50. Cute idea ...Love the visual tutorial as well.

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  51. Gorgeous!!! I just emailed Roseyas I need a teacher pressie for easter by Tommorrow:o
    These would be perfect but without a sewing machine I wonder just how long it'd take me.
    Time is limited here at the moment!
    You are one clever chick!

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  52. Awwwwwwwwwwwwwe What's up doc!!! what a quever wabbit you are cware!! LOL.....they are just too cute and perfect for wabbit season.

    Nat :-)

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  53. These are just too cute! I am now trying to think of any carrot colors in my stash...

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  54. These are absolutely adorable! Thank you for sharing! I'm thinking of making one and using it for a little Easter pin. We'll see. :)

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  55. That is just way tooo cute!!!

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  56. Ohhh Clare how lovely thank you for the tut
    Big Hugs
    Narelle

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  57. Love your carrots and the way you photographed them for your tutorial instructions.

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  58. What a deliciously cute idea - these carrots are gorgeous. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  59. I love these carrots...must make them, must make lots! Good on you doing the tute, very easy to follow! Thank you

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  60. Just love them. Went today and picked up some orange fabric.

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  61. Clare, I did the carrots and I loved your tutorial. See photo here: http://artesemcrochet.blogspot.com/2010/03/para-pascoa.html.
    Thank you for sharing your knowledge. Bye!

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  62. Just blogged the carrots I made using this tute! So quick and so easy to follow, thanks Clare!!

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  63. These carrots are really lovely, I would like to sew them for my kitchen... I am going to share these beautiful with my friends at my blog with your link. Thanks for sharing.

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  64. Love the carrots I will make some and leave them in my kitchen all year round.

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  65. I love your carrots. Thank you for sharing.

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  66. Congrats Clare-I came here from TIPNUT.these are so cute.

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  67. What a fabulous tutorial, I'm going to make some. Thank you so much for your generosity in sharing these cuties. I came over from Jeanette's place.

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  68. This is stinking cute! Thank you Clare!

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  69. Oh, the Carrots are so cute! Thanks for the tutorial. I need to go look at my fabric pile, now.

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  70. Such a lovely tutorial and so well described with the pictures. Thank you, dear Clare!

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  72. Thanks so much for the tutorial. I made these for my son and his cousins. You can see my finished carrots here

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  73. yay, thanks Clare! I made one

    http://melbourneepicure.blogspot.com/2010/04/i-just-had-to.html

    hugs to you

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  74. Beautiful carrots. I'll try to make some.

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  75. Thanks for sharing the tutorial. I grew my own batch of carrots today! And for a not so experienced sewer this was a breeze!

    I'll be posting them on my blog tonight!

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  76. Hi, Clare.
    Happy Easter for you too.
    I love the beautiful carrots. Thanks for the tutorial. Ü
    Hugs
    Me

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  77. I ran out of time to make these for Easter, but they were darling! I absolutely LOVED your visual tutorial!!

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  78. CUTE carrots, have seen fabric carrots before but not with such CUTE tops! Thank you for improving and sharing with everyone!

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  79. Hi Clare,
    Thanks for the fun easter carrots tutorial. I made a bunch and have posted it on my blog, embroideroo.blogspot.com
    Cheers,
    Sandi x

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  80. Love the carrots Clare, wish they'd been in a little earlier, or that I had found them earlier, and I could have made them for my Grandchildren. Will have to wait for next year now. Oh and I must thank you for the very clear tutorial, and I love the material you picked for the carrots and the tops, I am rather partial to orange myself.

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  81. Hi Clare
    This is my first visit to your blog. Janet at Quiltsalott mentioed your carrots so I wanted to come and see them. They are so cute! I wish I'd seen them before Easter.
    I'll be back for another visit soon.
    Rhondi

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  82. Hi Clare,
    These are wonderful, I can't wait to make a few for my little man, Jasper! Great tutorial. And BTW thanks for stopping by and leaving me a comment at Studio Baby Bird. I'll be back for a visit.
    Mel.

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  83. These are the cutest carrots that I've seen!! Can't wait to make these! Thanks for sharing!!

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  84. Your work is so creative, I so so love these. Thank you so much for posting the how too. Keep strong.

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  85. These are awfully cute. Saw these on Dani's blog. Thanks for sharing.
    Jackie.

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  86. Thanks for sharing.

    val
    www.crieartezzanato.blogspot.com

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  88. Oi,
    Amei seu trabalho!!!
    Parabéns!!!
    beijinos Binis
    http://binisartedesign.blogspot.com


    Hi,
    I loved your work!
    Congratulations!
    Kisses Binis
    http://binisartedesign.blogspot.com

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  89. ♥ these!! Found this post just in time to make these for the Easter Basket swap:)

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  90. I rememer these from last year ut Iran out of time to actually make any. I shall try this weekend. I know how you feel aout having your work taken without so much as a thank you. Last August a Turkish blog ransacked just about all of my tutorials. In the end after a bit of investigating I managed to locatae an email to the main editor to leave my blog alone ro else. I then isabled that section of my blog for bit. So fat they have not taken anything else .
    Lovely post and my daughter will have fun making theses too.

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  91. Thanks for the instructions. I am going to try and make some right away. I like the pictures. seems easier to me. Very cute carrots.

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  92. I love them and I am gonna makes some! Thanks so much for the tutorial!
    Dazie
    x

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  93. I can feel a trip to Joanns coming on just so I can buy some fabric for this!!! Totally gorgeous!

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  94. very cute! thank you for the tut.Amy

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  95. These are so so cute!! I just might have to try them...Thank you for the tute!!

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  96. These are "sew" cute. I wish real carrots were polka-dotted. :)

    Lesley

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  97. so cute. I like this kind of ideas

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  98. These are so clever and adorable! Well done! I'm definitely going to think up a purpose for these, possibly to pass out instead of treats to my son's preschool class. They get enough parent treats that day, so it might be nice to think outside the box rather than the same sugar everyone else will be bringing!

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  99. I saw you on Pinterest and it linked me right to your sight. These are darling ... now I just have to get busy.

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  100. Thanks for sharing! I just pinned these to my "crafty stuff" board on Pinterest, and plan to make some soon! Will definitely give you credit, should it end up on my blog, too! LOVE your blog... adding you to my Google reader!

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  101. These carrots are totally cute! My sister had them on her Pinterest board so I saw them there and had to check them out. Thanks for the tutorial!

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  102. Hi there! I love this idea...it's so darling...and I was hoping that you might add it to my Easter and Spring Linking Party to share with my readers. If you are interested, you can go here http://bakedbyjoanna.blogspot.com/2011/04/easter-linking-party.html to enter. Thanks!

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  103. love this tutorial...shared it on Handmade Spark http://www.handmadespark.com/blog/rabbit-food-an-easy-handmade-easter-gift/

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  104. This is the best turtorial. We have made 30 carrotts since we found this. THANK YOU :)

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  105. Love this tutorial! Found you when Googling "fabric carrot patters". Easy peasy ~ just how I like 'em. Thanks so much for sharing. I made a few and displayed them on my blog, with credit and a link back to you of course. Look forward to checking out more of your blog!

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  106. Hi....
    These carrots are darling.....a very clever idea, and so well done. I am pleased to have found you, I will enjoy following your blog.....thank you.
    Warmly,
    Jody

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  107. Thanks for this great tutorial! I've been looking for an easy carrot pattern and now I have one! I'm glad I found you via Handmade Spark.

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  108. Claire, I thank you VERY much for your lovely tutorial for the carrots. I just happened to stumbled upon your blog today. Of course I "blame" you for disrupting my day's planned activities because I just HAD TO make these darling carrots. If you care to see what I've made you can see them on my blog HERE

    Thank you so much and Easter blessings to you and your family!

    Jennifer

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  109. Made these this weekend. Thanks for the tutorial. I changed up the leaves a little but they turned out cute. Here's the link to my picture. http://sometimescreative.blogspot.com/2011/04/easter-carrots.html

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  110. Your photos and instructions lit us on fire. We made 35. I love the leaves. We gave many away and everyone loved them.
    THANKS!!

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  111. Love these! I'm making some for my soon-to-be-five year old for her birthday to go with her apron and kitchen set. Thanks for sharing.

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  112. Found these on Pinterest, love them!! Thanks for sharing! Sue

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  113. Thanks for sharing!! These are so CUTE!!!

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  114. Thank you for the tutorial, your blog is wonderful!

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  115. Oh wow these are just too cute!!! Thank-you soo much for sharing, I might even dust off the sewing machine and give these a go :)

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  116. Found this on Pinterest...LOVE them! I have just the fabric waiting to be used to make these carrots!

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  117. These are sa-wheet! great way to add color in the drab time of year!

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  118. Thanks for sharing these oh sooo cute carrots!! "Sew" Adorable!! :)

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  119. These are adorable!!!! I love them!! I would be thrilled to have you share these at my link party going on! New follower here following you via linky!
    http://www.pincushioncreations.com/2012/03/homemade-by-you-4.html

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  120. I love these! Now I have to head to the fabric store :)

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  121. Thanks for sharing. I love these! I pinned, making sure I used the pic with your name on it, AND named you in my description. I hate it when people don't give credit where it's due (and I'm not even a blogger).
    Terri

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  122. I am sorry others take credit for your cute cute idea. I just pinned it. I am going to try my version.

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  123. Cute carrots, thanks for the tutorial.

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  124. I LOVE this tutorial!! Absolutely darling! Thanks for sharing at oopsey daisy!

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  125. Great tutorial! You've been featured on the Quality Sewing Tutorials blog.

    We hand select only the best free tutorials and patterns for the home sewist.

    Grab a brag button!

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  126. These are perfect. Thank you!

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  127. Just adorable!
    Featuring this on my blog today: http://estherscardcreations.blogspot.com/2012/03/easter-fun.html

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  128. Estas Zanahorias son Preciosas, Gracias por Compartir. From Venezuela.

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  129. Great tutorial! Thanks for sharing.

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  130. Margaret in TasmaniaFebruary 1, 2013 at 8:32 PM

    I've just discovered this and they are so cute . I'm going to have a go thankyou for sharing

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  131. These are easier than I thought! Very sweet, thanks for sharing. I have pinned a link to my Crafts and Projects board.... hope you don't mind.

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  132. Hi I found you via a google pulled fabric and have my green cut out tomorrow the orange for the carrots thank you for the tutorial
    There are so many "comments" that don't relate to your blog post content with what looks like clickable links ..... Can you remove them?
    Colleen

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  133. Hi! Thanks for sharing this tutorial with the world! I just wanted to give you a head's up that I'll be linking to it from my blog (http://sewlindsaysew.wordpress.com) in a post about my ten favorite Easter-inspired projects! Happy Sewing!

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  134. Hi! Thanks for sharing this tutorial with the world! I just wanted to give you a head's up that I'll be linking to it from my blog (http://sewlindsaysew.wordpress.com) in a post about my ten favorite Easter-inspired projects! Happy Sewing!

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  135. I love it! Great tutorial! I want to make some for my visiting teachers.

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  136. I love it! Great tutorial! I want to make some for my visiting teachers.

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  137. So darling!!!! I'm sorry for all those who feel free to claim your creativity as their own. Sadly your experience is shared by many of us. I just shared this wonderful tute/post on my Fb page so my sewist friends may have some fun!!!!! Thanks so much and hugs................

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  138. I am a bit of a fabric carrot fan myself, so seeing your version really made me smile :o) If you get a moment please visit me on my blog ... thesewingwren... a little thread goes a long way, scroll down to Easter Carrots, or have a look at my little kits on my etsy shop thesewingwren
    KEEP BUSY, good to have found you amongst all the great blogs out there...
    Best wishes, Jay

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  139. Wonderful Easter Tutorial! It was such a good quality post, that I Pinned it on my Best Easter Group Boards on Pinterest! Thank you Again :)

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  140. Thank you very much for this great tutorial, Clare. I used these carrots for my little girl bunny costume. It looks so cute! Thank you again, Vendula

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  141. Hi, just wanted to let you know that I linked to this tutorial from my blog: http://www.sewingshop.net/blog/thursday-treasures-3-theme-orange/
    Nice tutorial, the carrots look great!

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  142. These are so cute please consider sharing them with the Creatively Crafty Link Party http://tryit-likeit.com/entries/create/creative-craft-bloggers-group-link-party-6

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