Saturday, February 13, 2016

Brown standing bunnies

Here are some chocolate bunnies to enjoy well before Easter. Maybe with the addition of pink, they are perfect for Valentine's Day. In any case, they are here to join the brown with pink party at the Rainbow Scrappy Challenge.  I should also mention that these bunnies are being made for a rainbow quilt separate from the plaid bunnies. As you might imagine, keeping all these bunnies separate and accounted for is no small task.

19 comments:

  1. Oh I'll bet!!LOL Cuteness hopping all over the place hugs, Julierose

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  2. They look good enough to eat ...

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  3. Ah, good, both sets of bunnies deserve a quilt unto themselves. Good luck with the accounting!

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  4. These new pinkish brown bunnies would be loved by anyone on Valentine's Day. With all the bunnies and the busy kitties, how do you get anything done?

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  5. I have to try these as well. So cute.

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  6. Adorable little bunnies. So perfect for Valentine's Day.

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  7. Oh I love these bunnies! Where is the pattern from?

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  8. LOVE that pink and BROWN batik Standing Bunny!!!

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  9. These bunnies are really cute. And how fun that you have them marching in two different projects.

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  10. The pink and brown one is lovely. But the one with dotty arms is my fav :)

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  11. Watch out for all those bunnies. Hope you can keep them separate and ready for the right quilt.

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  12. These are so cute in this color combination. I really really need to get back to my bunnies but I think I need to make some reverse from the pattern and I'm dyslexic when it comes to driving in reverse.

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  13. These bunnies are the cutest thing. What a great way to use up your scraps. Thanks for sharing ... :) Pat

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  14. Oh these are just honey bunnies - love them, especially the pink one.

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  15. Those are cute beyond words....and they seem to be multiplying!

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