Monday, March 25, 2013

The bunnies

are ready for a little Easter fun.
They all have different expressions, I gave the middle one beady eyes, and cute fluffly tails.
Thanks Janette for the super tutorial and pattern from here.
The second last round on the blanket brings the design to life.
The Love and Liquor socks are finished - I squeezed my feet in for these photo's but they really are not my size.
Yarn : Bendigo Woollen Mills Luxury 4 ply in Wild Barley
Lucky for me there are still some people in the sock queue with smaller feet and ankles.
Hope the sun is shining on you today

15 comments:

thegreendragonfly said...

Love the bunnies and the socks are gorgeous!!

shez said...

those bunnies are so cute Mistea and you have been busy lots of lovely work there,well done.xx

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

Tracy those rabbits are just so cute

Charlie and Wendy said...

The bunnies are so cute, love that their tummies look like a granny square! Lovely blanket edging and socks too.

Fiona said...

those are such sweet bunnies... and your socks are always lovely... these ones look fantastic...
Hugz

Michelle Ridgway said...

oh such cute cotton tails. Lovely socks too.

Christine M said...

Bunnies are breeding at your place, just like the socks! LOL!

Cheryl said...

Your little bunnies are so cute Mistea

marina said...

so much woolly loveliness!
those bunnies are too cute, the border is really coming along.

Maria said...

Such cute Bunnies Tracy and another pair of lovely warm socks too.

linda said...

So cute! love your socks too :)

Shay said...

Such a cute bunny family!

The socks are so pretty. You really are a genius in the sock knitting department. If I ever make it over your way you have to show me how you do all those fancy knitting stitches.

Val Spiers said...

The bunnies are so cute and the socks look great. I think I have to knit some socks this winter.

Hannah@HomeBaked said...

Such cute bunnies!

Jindi's Cottage said...

Cute bunnies...the edging on the blanket is so pretty...didn't think those socks looked big enough for your tootsies, the pattern around the foot looks great...