I made this little lady for the Easter Egg swap. You had to make something that would fit into an Easter egg. I modified a pattern I got for a mouse by changing the nose shape and adding ears and I thought it turned out really cute! She was made with wool felt and love.
Here she is, coming out of her shell, to say Hello Spring!
Extra shot because I thought she was cute.
Full body. She looks like she is listening intently.
And my partner, @Juju’s pic from the gallery. It looked so sweet.
Just too cute! You got a great expression on the face!
She’s adorable and so tiny! You did a great job altering the pattern to fit your needs.
What a fun thing to find in an Easter egg! I saw the swap and wondered what kind of creations would make their way into the eggs, this is perfect!
So cute! Who wouldn’t love to open an egg to see that little face inside?
This little bun is so adorable! Great job!
Adorable! She actually reminds me of an antique Steiff stuffed animal that belonged to my grandmother. Or the E. H. Shepard illustrations from Winnie the Pooh. She has an air of being well-loved.
Ah, I was a huge Pooh fan as a kid. Ironically, my favorite was Rabbit. I have a stuffy of the original one on my bookshelf. Not the yellow one, but the antique-looking one. I love them both though.
I like the visible stitches at the center front of the head. And the ear patches!
Too cute! Simply by placing the eyes far apart, you’ve given her so much character.
Cutest little bunny! Perfect for an Easter swap!
So adorable! I love the stitches across her nose.
I am a handicraft manufacturer, a lot of my friends have been weavers for many years but none of them can make the first handcrafted products that is as exquisite as the one you made. Really cute and beautiful.