Saturday, April 19, 2014

Bunnies Rabbits and Hares

I just love this guys face, makes me smile.  I feel like I could talk to him, in the way we talk to our pets.  So expressive with his lips all twitchy; very painterly, very sort of in your face.  Sure to get noticed where ever he is.
Rabbit on Ochre by Elizabeth Turner 13 x 13 on 13 count $189. SOLD

Something new, something clever by Deux Bijoux Bijoux.  Its one of Lisa's happy Gourds.  Yup, this rabbits head is a gourd and still has the seeds inside to prove it.  Head sits on a wooden dowl on top of an overgrown wood spool so to speak.  The spool body gets its very owned stitched outfit, (this is where the needlepoint comes in).  Canvas is 18 count and includes a piece for the top of the body prior to attaching his head.  Hand made painted arms get attached during the finishing.  Includes instructions for those wishing to finish it themselves.

One classic looking bunny by Gayla.  Stitch painted and reminiscent of an earlier time.
Spring Bunny Rabbit by Gayla on 13 count

New stand up bunny from Melissa Shirley, happy and nice to experiment with different techniques.
Spring patterned Bunny Rabbit by Melissa Shirley
For more Melissa Shirley canvases ready to ship: Take a peek!

A beanbag bunny by Dragontales.  Ears get attached separately, nose gets pinched together to give it some shape.  Very cute and guaranteed to not look so much like road kill when finished.
Bunny Rabbit bean bag
Embroidery is getting more and more attention these days.  Crewel is embroidery using wool thread.  Did you know you can do lots of embroidery stitches on needlepoint canvases?  Here's a great way to learn or brush up on your long and short technique.
Rabbits!  Crewel kit by Phillipa Turnbull Crewel Work Co.

Happy Easter!! Egg canvas by Mary Lake Thompson for Melissa Shirley

Happy Easter!

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