I love these herb chicks, they will be great in a basket or sitting in a cupboard, or in a wooden bowl.
These fabric baskets are a Netty Lacroix design, great for eggs, rabbits, flowers, old sewing supplies, or strawberries placed in them. I am still making more carrots, they seem to well in the spring at the booth.
I fell in love with making black rabbits last spring, this is a T.F.C. folkart pattern, rupert the rabbit, was alot of fun to make.
I fell in love with the black seed bag doll design from Drakestone primitives, my husband said he thought it was the best doll I have made. That means alot coming from him, he has always been real supportive. The prairie baby turned out really primitive, she was a lot of fun making.
I love this black cat with the egg, he looks like he has something on his mind, like he is waiting for the egg to hatch.
The prairie doll with the rabbit was another of my favorite dolls. I love the faceless ones, the rabbit just added some springtime fun.
Another cute pattern I fell in love with is the chick with her bonnet, looks like she is ready for spring.
I have been seeing pinkeep prairie dolls around, so I decided I had to make one, I love mixing the fabrics up.
One of my favorite bunny patterns from pineberry lane, of course I love all her patterns, they are so unique. I have made several of her patterns before and want to make others.
The spring chicks, well they just say spring, I love having them in spring displays, and they are quick and easy. Well these are just a few things I have been working on. I have several large rabbits in the finishing process, and can't wait to start on more primitive dolls, they are one of my favorite things to make and collect. Will be going up next week to take things to the N.C. shops for their spring open houses. Ann's of Country Heart has one next saturday. Will be taking pictures to share. Now back to creating more spring.