Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Needlework Tuesday: Bunnies

It's the final few weeks of school and I'm spinning around as much as the first few weeks.  So many performances and things to prepare for and attend.  Today I will hardly have a chance to sit down and I'm just not sure how or when dinner is going to happen.

Through all the trips and rehearsals, I've brought along a project or two to fill the empty moments.  Some people play Angry Birds, I stitch.  Just simple things this week;

I got this little bunny done.  Not quite in time for Easter, but I'll make it into a little something for next Easter.  Cute free pattern from Ellen Maurer-Stroh.

This next piece isn't finished yet, but it's very gratifying to work on because the stitches are huge and it's going quickly.  Apparently I like bunnies.

It's a kit from Vervaco, which is a company in Belgium.  You can find these online at some shops and on eBay.  I also do this one when I have a chance to sit outside and stitch.  Requires no counting or concentrating.  Perfect for when my brain is a little frazzled.

Needlework Tuesday is hosted by Heather at Books and Quilts.

4 people stopped folding laundry to write:

Melissa said...

Oooh - I am all over no concentration style projects lately!!

Melissa said...

P.S. Love the second bunny project!! Very sweet...

Heather said...

Those bunnies are adorable. We have three bunnies that have been frolicing in our backyard for the past few weeks. They are there most mornings when I am making tea. I love watching them, specially when they think you are watching and they freeze. I understand that they think you can't see them if they don't move.

Cheryl Lage said...

Darling! We've had bunnies GALORE in the area (and in our yard!) this year....they're precious....glad you've immortalized a few via your always lovely handiwork! :)

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