calico eggs & bunny

When your threadwork becomes unraveled, you simply re-sew, re-thread or re-crochet any stitches that have come undone. However -- when life seems to unravel at an amazing speed, you sometimes simply stand there.
I've been standing. And leaning. And trying to restitch.

Thank goodness for a husband with huge shoulders.

And yes, we are now seeing brighter days -- hey! No one told me raising a teen-age daughter involved so many heart-wrenching decisions.....

Now--there is stitching to be done!......

Ahhhh. Yes. I can not forget to thank you lovely blogirl-friends who expressed concern about my absence! A virtual hug to you. xxoo

The pattern for these calico eggs & bunny is from a book that my great-aunt was throwing away. And I don't even have the book, just these few pattern pages from the book. Ugh, I know!

The egg is so very easy and quick to sew.

And the bunny -- so, so cute!

Eggs-actly what I needed.


QuiltedSimple said...

Glad to see you around - was worrying about you!!!! The bunny and the egg are so cute. Love them!

Cheryl said...

That is SUCH a cute bunny! I have a four year old daughter, so I don't have quite as much drama, but I'm sure it's coming.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Oh, a teenage daughter; enough said. Hang in there.
The colors and prints you chose for the eggs and bunny are perfect. So cute.

Twyla and Lindsey said...

So glad to see you back! Your talents are so many. How clever of you to make up this pattern. I love the idea of calico eggs! Bunny is adorable. My prayers are with you. Twyla

Robyn said...

I have missed you so much!!!
I'm sorry things have been 'tough'... some times we all need to hold on...
Take care my friend!! Hugs!!!
Squishy ones!!!

Love that adorable bunny and the eggs are soooo cute too!!
Love your beautiful work!!

I'm so glad you're back and have found stitching space for you.
Robyn xx

Robyn said...

Mmmm.. I wonder if you'd mind if I try the bunny for myself too?
He looks so easy!!
Rob xx

StitchinByTheLake said...

Take heart - teenage daughters grow up to become mature young women. It just seems to take forever sometimes, but it comes. blessings, marlene

Knot Garden said...

It's so nice to see you back after a long absence. I've missed your posts. Your family are very lucky to have you to look after them.

The bunny and eggs are so cute! The colours you've used are so "you". To think the pattern was nearly thrown away!

Sew Many Ways... said...

Hi Dawn,
So glad to see you back and the bunny and the eggs are adorable. We have 2 teenage daughters too...a junior and a senior. If you ever want to talk, let me know. I think you have my home email from the grandmother's flower garden talk we had. If not you can email through my blog.

Dandelion Quilts said...

Oh, I am glad you are back...I have been concerned at your long absence. I hope all heals itself soon. What a cheerful project to work on though. I just think it is too sweet...just like you.

Angela said...

Mom of one of those said dd sending you cyber hugs. Here is your happy thought, I had 2 heart attacks due to said dd and my stress level. Do NOT let that happen to YOU!

jacquie said...

teens are tough...sometimes us mom's just need a cute bunny to get through the day.

Shari said...

Hey Dawn, so happy to see a new post from you! I'm glad things are improving. The bunny and eggs are just the sweetest. Sometimes life can get crazy and it helps to be able to craft a little sanity!

Big hugs,

Anonymous said...

Glad to know that things are looking brighter, Dawn! HUGS!

The bunny and eggs are just too adorable!!!!

Amy said...

how darn cute are they.. thanks for sharing, Amy