Welcome to my 'other blog' the one that explores my crafty side. I have been a maker of 'things' since childhood. By nature I'm creative. I still love to write, and you can click on this link to visit my blog: Hanging On My Word, which is where I indulge in the thought and word side. Although a teacher by profession, I don't offer tutorials. This is my showcase of projects I like to share. So pull aside the curtains and let's begin (I'm a bit theatrical too!).

Wednesday, 28 May 2014

The Last of the Lot

Here’s the latest (and last) in the series about small stuffed bunnies, as promised in my last post. These two were made specifically for two small people - my twin grandchildren. They were finished off to resemble as closely as possible the original soft toys owned by their Dad and his sister; and you can read about those in the previous posts.

I had to wait until a trip to England to be able to hand them over in person. It was well worth it as they were very pleased with them. Here are the photos taken by my son shortly after our visit. Can you see how they’ve cheekily swapped over in the second shot? Yes, Grandma did notice!

As usual the pattern Amanda Berry’s from Let’s Get Crafting Knitting and Crochet, which is still producing a new outfit each month for the original model - Bramble Bunny.


  1. you must be an expert bunny maker now! These ones are so sweet.

  2. They all look so sweet. I'm sure that they will keep them forever, and tell everybody that you made them.

    Kathy M.