Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Look who I found in my Vegetable Patch!!

Hattie McRadish is rather partial to radishes, especially in my garden! To try and save my new vegetables I invited this wee bunny in for tea. A little shy at first I encouraged her by showing her the radishes in Peter Rabbit's stories! I don't think Hattie has been to tea very often, if at all, as she seemed to think that the tea cups were far more fun for hiding in than for drinking out of!! Not that I minded, as long as my little guest was happy and who could ever get cross at that little lop eared face! **UPDATE, Hattie has now been ADOPTED to a lovely lady in America**






I hand dyed her Schulte mohair and soft wool felt bunny feet a sweet baby pink. She has a cute little white cottontail that you can see as she hops around through the garden. She is one of a kind and such a precious size at only 4" not including her lop ears if you held them up!! Hop on over to my website to see all Hattie McRadish's adoption info and photos. **Hattie has now been Adopted**

Hattie was inspired by the baby wild bunnies I've got hopping around in my garden that you can see in the previous post, they have been tucking into my radish leaves!! Beary Hugs, Catherine x

17 comments:

  1. Glad you stopped by!!! Your bears are adorable! It must take some long hours to create them!

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  2. How adorable! LOVE the bunny! :)

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  4. I am in love with that bunny! Where do you find a copy of Peter Rabbit in Latin?!

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  5. Hey! Lucky you and such a little cutie! I have the whole set of Beatrix Potter books in English - bought them when the kids were babies. Hope he finds a new home very soon. Hugs Lyn x

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  6. That little bunny is adorable! I especially like the picture with him sitting in the cup..... you put a smile on my face!!! Hugs, Jennifer

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  7. Hehe! She looks cewt an frendly! :@}

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  8. What a sweetheart... :)

    Where have you been? You haven't been by my place in the longest time eveeeeerrrr!!!!

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  9. Just dropping in Catherine to pass on a blog award to you, details can be found on my blog. Hugs Lyn x

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  10. How sweet she is!!!
    I also love the picture you caught of the running bunny in a previous post!

    Lori Ann

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  11. You could sell a MILLION of those tiny tea cup sized bears and bunnies. I LOVE them. But then again, I love everything you make.

    I have no DOUBT that you WILL be the next Mary Engelbreit. You are just amazingly talented.

    House update: We are looking for a new house and having fun looking. We feel happy about the possibilities. I look forward to OWNING the next one and being able to garden and change everything how I want it.

    Sorry I've been such an infrequent visitor but I sure do LOVE my visits when I am here.

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  12. OH My is she not the sweetest and cutest little bunny ever..... love her.. I am so happy she has found a good home.... you do amazing work.

    Have a great weekend.

    Hugs;
    Alaura

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  13. Hattie is ssoooooooo lovely, I am glad she now has a home.

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  14. I am just catching up on blogs and I love Hattie.. what a charm..the lady in America is very lucky to have her..

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