Present, Garden Bunny sisters, Sheep bits.
The seeds have sprouted.
Grab a fondant fancy while I catch you up with the last few days here.
Suzie of Little Busy Bee sent me a wonderful birthday package with Easter things for the children. What darling chickens she made for them.
I then opened the wonderful parcel and was astonished by such wonderful goodies. Chocolate, candles, a daffodil card, a notepad and a lot of cupcake wonderfulness made with her own talented hands.
Take a closer look at her immaculate stitching. 🙂 Thank you so much Suzie they are so beautiful. It was so lovely and generous of you to celebrate my birthday. I will take the bag to the next Cup Cake Quilters meeting. Thank you.
As so many of us love decorated cup mats, does anyone fancy organising a cup mat swap this Summer?
I was feeling smug at having cleared the drawing table and even tidied up the craft room. I may even have been wallowing a tad downstairs knowing I had a clean room, but then I simply had to get crafting again. I saw my To Do list and got scared into action.
Osnaberg and linen dresses.
The sun was shining this morning so may I introduce you to the Garden-Bunny sisters.
Primrose Garden Bunny. They are all named after Spring flowers as they were born in Spring.
Hyacinth Garden Bunny. They all have a useful spade to help you in the garden.
Crocus Garden Bunny
Violet Garden Bunny
And Bluebell Garden Bunny.
The sisters all together.
Other makings from yesterday at Patched Pumpkin class- a sheep themed wool and felt pincushion and sheep scissor fob, teastained, painted and sewn.
A scissor fob Sally gave us, and a painted thread keep lightly waxed.
And then there was this. An applique on woven Japanese fabric using fleece, wool and cotton. It then became a lid to this box hand made by a fellow Cup Cake Quilter’s husband.
Now I am off to try some of that delicious chocolate the lovely Suzie sent.
Happy Easter everyone.
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