Wednesday, September 11, 2013

A Busy Little Bunny

Can you please help me make the days slow down? They keep going faster and faster. I've been one busy little bunny.

All the projects shown below have something in common. Well, they have many things in common, but one really big thing. I will finally be able to tell you what it is on Monday. Until then, you can make some guesses if you want. ;)

 
 
 
 

Harrington and Hannah will see you back here on Friday.

xx,
Michelle and the Bunnies

26 comments:

Fiona said...

the thing in common is that they are all beautiful!
Hugz

Christine M said...

These projects will be in a new book by you? They are all gorgeous. xx

speedyrabbit said...

Bunnies and Beauty That's what they have,xx Rachel
Hey Hannah and Harrington don't forget my party get you Mama to make you a costume!xx Speedy

Jo in TAS said...

They're all coming to Tasmania to live with me!

Jo in TAS said...

They're all coming to Tasmania to live with me!

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Hmmm....let me guess....SPREADING YOUR SEED OF FRIENDSHIP?

Whatever the common thing is, it has produced GORGEOUS art and sweet images of nature my friend. How I love the chubby bunny with carrots under the earth and under his bum, and the bee...love.

Anita

Chris said...

Wow!

Jules Woolford said...

Aha - you said you were going to be doing a lot of traveling and teaching - are they perchance for classes and workshops this autumn? They're all gorgeous, but the elegant bunny who is King of the carrots is my favourite!x

Jeanette said...

I'm with Fiona - all beautiful. Hugs, xx.

Quilt Hollow said...

Blog BUNNY hop?

Starr White said...

I won't even venture a guess, but I hope it's something super terrific! I also LOVE the bunny with the carrots

Ma Teakettle said...

I'm thinking perhaps you will be soon be sharing your artistic talents with the world...my fingers are crossed :)

I really couldn't guess, but I do know that the common thread that I see is that each one is more beautiful and awe-inspiring than the next! I can't wait to find out on Monday...

Hugs
Ma

Jillayne said...

Lovely, lovely work Shell! I am really liking the design work you are doing - your style sense comes through so perfectly in every beautiful stitch!
Your last book was pretty wonderful but I do believe this next one will top it and you will be inundated!
I hope the employees are ready....

Lana said...

So Ready For Fall!!!!
Can't wait to see what you have done....:)

QUILTING IS BLISSFUL, DI said...

Pretty projects that your mom has made there--can't wait until Monday!!
hugs, di and miss gracie

Loris said...

These are definite favorites! Hmmm...what could they mean? :-)

Createology said...

They each make me smile. You and the bunnies must twitch your noses faster...time is what it is dear.
Felted Bliss...

Victoria said...

That bumblebee bunny is just the cutest thing!!!
Maybe the thing in common is that all the ones shown will be in your next book?? On a blog hop?? Featured in a magazine??

Clothesline Club said...

Happy Bunny Dancing going on here. I feel a new Folk Art Fusion book coming! :) I hope, I hope, I hope. Love the new art.

Carrie P. said...

maybe a new book in the works? Love that spotted bunny.

Rabbits' Guy said...

Well, how about on the odd years you become the Tangerine Turtles - that will slow things down - maybe!

VickiT said...

OOh I KNOW, I KNOW ~ They all have a bunny theme.
HAHA Kidding - they always have that theme.

Do you have your own fabric line now and these were all made with that?

Sherry said...

I really don't have a guess but I will say that they are all fabulous projects.

Tammy said...

I know of several things in common. All are gorgeous, they all appear to have wool in them, lots of hand stitching. And they all want to move to my house...lol

Judy1522 said...

Your projects are beautiful as always. The only thing that I can guess that no one has guessed so far, is that since you are now selling your patterns on Craftsy you are going to have a class also to teach your techniques.

Auntie Jane (It is official!) said...

Bunny ears perk up for carrots? All bunnies are honey bunnies? You are a rare flower? Sending and receiving love is always best? If you really want to know what is going on, ask a little bird?