I did manage to get the Dancing Rabbits finished and bound. Thank you Saundra, for the idea and for holding the hook along. It was so nice getting to see all of the different kinds of rugs. All of them are just so cute.
I just couldn't get it like I thought about it in my head. But here it is and I enjoyed hooking it very much.
I thought that I might show you the rest of my bunny rugs. When I started looking, I couldn't believe all I had. If you asked me, I might have said, " Oh, I don't have any bunny rugs."
I really had fun making this rug. The pattern is from Star Rug Company. I really enjoyed making this, in fact I think it was one of the fastest rugs I ever hooked. Like a day. I just couldn't stop.
This bunny rug was one of the first I ever hooked. I didn't even know it was a punch needle and I still have the punch needle someplace. I think I will see if I can find it today and do it today.
Baskets of Wool. I don't know what happened to her but I sure loved her rugs and her patterns.
I was trying to take pictures and someone thinks every rug I make is for him. Max really wanted to keep this one he had his claws dug in so when he jumped off to get the other rug, I rescued this one. Silly kitty. He knows who is boss around here.
Last week Saundra posted her picture of Windy Day. I loved her pattern so much that I tracked it down and I loved every minute of hooking this. I just makes me chuckle. I always look forward to March when I put it out. I think I put it out at the end of February. It still makes me smile.
We planted this Oklahoma Redbud last year. It is so pretty seeing them all blooming all over town when I go run errands. Most of the year, you don't even notice it but this time of year they are just beautiful.
This week is our oldest three grandsons birthdays. They are three days apart. I just can't believe that they are going to be fifteen. Time goes so fast. Kind of a blur.
I am going to get back to my regular hooking. I am excited to see what I can get finished now. I have a basket full of rugs I have never hooked. That means I get to play with dye soon. I love working with dye.
I hope you have a lovely weekend.
Of course, I forgot this one.
“Sunday, January 27, 1884. -- There was another story in the paper a week or so since. A gentleman had a favorite cat whom he taught to sit at the dinner table where it behaved very well. He was in the habit of putting any scraps he left onto the cat's plate. One day puss did not take his place punctually, but presently appeared with two mice, one of which it placed on its master's plate, the other on its own.”
-- Beatrix Potter