Wednesday, January 23, 2013

WIP Wednesdays

Every week I have a plan.  Usually by today the plan is out the window and I have been improvising for at least two days.  That means the plan stayed in place for about one day.  

Life happens.  The temps drop 40 degrees in one day.  The cupboards are bare.  Paperwork piles up.  

We get new bunnies.

It was hard to get a picture, they won't sit still.
Here are their cute bunny rumps. 

These are Netherland Dwarf bunnies, they stay very small, our other one only weighs in at 2 lbs.  These babies are about 5 weeks old, one male one female - no names yet.

Our brood of bunnies now numbers 5.  And seeing their little faces and their baby bunny antics makes me care a little less about the paperwork and mail stack on my desk.  

I did get to sew the last couple of days - in between the dog walking due to the sudden cold and the bunny room rearranging.
This is for 3X6 Bee - Solids Group.  We are almost complete this quarter, next quarters sign ups are now open.  I'm going in for another round of solids so I get enough blocks for a whole quilt in the same color theme.  

Block 1 for January Bee A Mod Swapper, this is the last month for that Bee, and I will be making one more block.

For Quilt Around the World II, Ursi is asking for neutral color blocks with a pop of color.  The photo of her blocks all together didn't come out too well.  Night and the wood floor makes everything look dark.  They do actually look good, just my photo does not. 

What I am trying to get put together and off my design wall, a commission piece.  It's coming along.  I am working on the last row.  Then rearranging and sewing the rows together.  

One parting bunny shot.

Thanks for visiting, if you came by way of Freshly Pieced WIP Wednesday.

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Shanna of Fiber of All Sorts said...

Seriously cute bunny shots! I so wish I was as productive as you this last week. . yet I've been sleeping!

Sabrina said...

Ahh! I have bunny envy!! Everyone I know is getting bunnies. I used to have 2 and they were just so hilarious. So easy to take care of when you litterbox train them, too.