HAVING FUN

A bit of playing hooky from the ‘serious’ stuff of sewing and just having a bit of fun – going back to childhood really, which can’t be bad. The weather is wet and windy, the days grey and a bit miserable [outside], so what better than to sit and enter into the world of little rabbits? We had fun making them and I am having fun dressing them. Not so strange is that each bun has a different personality – a bit of its creator in it – and the dressing of them requires the same. A bit of consideration of who and what it is for and dressing accordingly.

First up; Caleb’s rabbit [just a word, Caleb’s rabbit is definitely a boy rabbit, but he wasn’t around to model the duffel hoody, so Rosie stepped in to help, that’s why there is a dress peeping out from under – just in case you wondered].

rosie two 010rosie two 014 the pink jacket is for Carrie’s rabbit Casey. My two little girls are wearing togs that befit their station in life like me, homespun wool and a ‘no nonsense’ jacket [with just a little flower power]

rosie two 012 I must say you can get quite hooked on all this make believe, and I have plans for jeans  and a shirt for Caleb’s bun, and boots for all.

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4 Responses to HAVING FUN

  1. lovelucie1 says:

    What a better way to take a break from this complex, fast moving technology age than to indulge in adorable simple pleasures. I’m completely with you on this.

    • lifeaworkinprogress.com says:

      Thankyou – it is good to have a fellow soul – even at the other end of the world. Some call it second childhood, I think we would call it finally getting a perspective!!

    • lifeaworkinprogress.com says:

      Sorry I didn’t mean that Yorkshire was the other end of the world!!!! Even as a Lancastrian I wouldn’t say that. I got your email address mixed up with another follower from Australia. Perhaps dementia is setting in and I don’t know it yet! Apologies again Maureen.

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