Make Softies

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What do you think of, when you think of softies? Teddy bears? Bunny rabbits? 

Well, our new book Make Softies includes its fair share of cute stuffed animals (just see above!), but it also includes so much more.

Pretty bird ornaments to hang around the house.

Funky aliens in spacesuits.

A cute mushroom house.

A checkerboard mat and checkers.

And a whole little stuffed village!

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