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Friday, November 20, 2015

Never Say Never

For years and years I have prided myself on making my own patterns and designs.  Recently I wanted to come up with a new rabbit pattern -- something smaller (by quite a bit) and something a bit more dimensional than I have been making. 


After drawing and dabbling I realized that I was getting out of my comfort zone and not creating anything I could live with.  And so an adventure began as I searched for a pattern that had already been created by someone far more inventive and skilled than I am.



After much searching I found a small (4-1/2") rabbit, seated and with dimension that thrilled me.  Thankfully I could purchase this pattern and have it within a few hours. 


This post is a thank you to Lisa at Skunk Hollow Country Store who provided this darling pattern.






"I would maintain that thanks are the highest form of thought, and that gratitude is happiness doubled by wonder." - Gilbert K. Chesterton


7 comments:

  1. 4-1/2"!! What Fun. What small Stitches!! I'm going to check out the link and see if I find a mouse...I don't know why I want a mouse, but right this very moment I do...maybe I won't later today, but if I find one I'll buy it anyway, just in case I want it again tomorrow. There are mice living somewhere in my house...God knows I don't want THEM!!
    xx, Carol

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  2. So tiny, yet with movable limbs! I have started to order patterns of different animals because I think it would help me design my own. I really love this rabbit and am curious to see what else she offers!

    Can't wait to see how this little fellow develops and what embellishments you will bestow upon him/her!

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  3. Oh, such cute patterns! I just saw one with a little cat and mouse. Too cute. Maybe Carol should try this one!

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  4. What a delightful little bunny, with a very winsome expression...

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  5. I also love patterns from other artists-they have helped me in my own pattern making, but it's just plain fun to use a pattern an not have to do all the fussing about making one! Your little bunny is very cute-I know you'll make him unique!

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  6. Bless you, for knowing you needed an adventure
    and
    went
    on
    one !

    Adorable tis rabbit ... head to toe xo

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  7. What a cute bunny! I look forward to seeing how you finish him. Mine would just have to have a little bow tie and a vest. Hmmmm....maybe I need to order one of those patterns!!!!

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