My family suffers from the SdSE-syndrome. That’s the Spin-dryer Sock Eating syndrome for you who didn’t know. We are quite convinced that the fluff you find when you clean the spin-dryer in fact are not fluff but leftovers from the tiny munching little aliens that hides in your spin-dryer and lives of eating socks. They are picky little buggers though and never eats two of the same kind leaving you with lots of ill matched socks. This is when your glass is either half full or half empty. Since mine is usually half full I enjoy the fact that this opens up lot of opportunities for making sock bunnies.
I think there are just as many ways of making sock bunnies as there are socks but this is how I do it:
You need two socks, a scissor, needle and tread and some stuffing. I use wool but you can use pretty much anything you like.
Cut the foot of one of the socks right down the middle, but don’t cut all the way to the heel. This will make the ears.
Cut the other side of the sock down the middle. This will become the legs.
Cut the foot off the second sock and divide it in two by cutting it right down the middle. This will become the arms.
Turn the bunny body inside out and sew the ears and legs together. Leave a hole in the crotch for turning it right side out again and for stuffing.
Stuff the bunny’s body and legs. I usually don’t stuff the ears because I like them floppy. Many people use the “heel-side” of the sock for the face but I like to use the heel for making a bunny bottom instead. That way it sits much steadier. Fill the arms with stuffing too, not to tight.