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  1. Hello everyone, here is a rabbit that I made for my daughter, and a bear I made for my son. I used super bulky bernat blanket yarn. The yarn is a 100% polyester fiber and it is super plush. The results were great. They toys are super soft and cuddly. They aren't at all stiff like most amigumumi. That super bulky yarn also made these projects whip up fast. As for the kiddos... they love them. My daughter loves everything bunny. My son needed a large sized, cuddly teddy bear and this bear is usually by his side. This pair can be found in a "two in one" pattern here on etsy, or here on ravelry. Thanks for looking, and have a good day! Ida
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