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Thursday 4 November 2021

A New Fun Hare

This one is going to a Craft Fair on Saturday, 
in Southwold, Suffolk. 
Shhh!! He doesn't know, he will be looking 
for a new home!!

If you are around the area, would love to see you. 

Thank you for the lovely messages on my last post.
I love reading them, and they are so appreciated.
I will visit your blog and leave a message too. 

Have a lovely weekend and stay safe.
Big hugs,



Carole said...

He is super really have mastered the art of needle felting. xx

aussie aNNie said...

Fabulous and such a cutie too...well done. xx

Marianne's Craftroom said...

He is fab, love his ears. Hope you do well

Lynne said...

He is gorgeous Carol, I love those big floppy ears. I'm sure you won't be coming home with him on Saturday. Hope you do well x

Doris knippenenplakken said...

He is gorgeous Carol, so cute!
Have a great weekend,hugs Doris

Sue - said...

Don’t think he’ll be looking for a new home for long Carol. He’s gorgeous! Hope the fair goes well.

Chrissy said...

He is lovely Carol, fabulous, and reminds me of a Beatrix Potter critter,love his one ear up and one ear down and sweet personality..good luck at the Fair.


cotnob said...

He's gorgeous Carol, I bet he's already sold, I hope the Craft Fair went well.
Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob

Sarah said...

He is amazing Carol, so hare like yet has a cute quality to him too, I am not surprised that he has gone to a new family, where I am sure he will be much loved xx

Mrs A. said...

Oh my goodness, he is lovely. No wonder he got snapped up. Sad to say buy my Hare even though he ia much smaller design is still sat in his box waiting patiently for me to make him. Naughty step for me. hugs mrs A.

Di said...

Oh my gosh Carol - your hare is totally adorable! I would buy one like a shot - so, so realistic. I read your comment about your Mum with sadness earlier today. I went to boarding school in Wilhelmshaven, North Coast of Germany (Army Brat) and the remains of the U-boat pens were still there. The school had been used to accommodate personnel who manned the U-boats and I always wondered why it was chosen as a British school site after the war. Admittedly it was almost perfectly designed for the purpose - but it still bothered me. My Mum was engaged to a young chap who went down on HMS Hood - a lot of NE lads apparently died. But, who can possibly shoot young men trying to get into small boats - it beggars belief! Your poor dear Mum - such tragedy and also such a waste of young lives. Hugs, Di x

Pat K said...

Oh my ..he is adorable Carol. Good to hear he was a success at the fair. xx

Dr Sonia S V said...

Oooh you are so talented!!!