Happy Spring

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This post is a part of Waldorf Wednesday. See all the links here.

Today is the first day of spring and Easter is early this year – March 31. I mentioned this felt finger puppet in the post about our Fairy Tale block last week. I have since made some more to send to my two favorite nieces. They come together so quickly and easily, you definitely have enough time to whip up a couple if you wanted something handmade for Easter morning. Here is the link with a supply list and detailed instructions.

I also have high hopes of completing this stuffed bunny before the end of the month. I have the pattern cut out already from a wool sweater I rescued from the Goodwill pile. I just need to get out my sewing machine and find a bit of time.

And if you can indulge me one more cuddly rabbit . . . I am waiting for the next batch of kits for this rabbit from Alicia Paulson. They sold out almost immediately, but I’m patient and think that bunnies know no season.

What are you making for Easter/Spring?

Any other rabbits I should know about??!!xx

Wishing you a glorious start to the season of rebirth and renewal!

**Update 3.21.13** Be still my heart, Sarah Jane just posted this free embroidered bunny pattern with 3D details. Guess what we’re doing this afternoon!

9 thoughts on “Happy Spring

  1. I love the rabbits! The little finger puppets are especially cute. I want to make some for our baskets. Loved the knitting post, too. Especially Jude’s green squares. How adorable to have a favorite thing to knit already!

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