Jo finished her needle punch piece which measures 3.5 x 5.5 punched with Merino lightweight yarn. The rabbits were hooked with Valdani #8 pearl cotton and is mounted on a vintage wood box.
Look at this wonderfully primitive rug hooked by Angela. The rabbits are hooked with t-shirts, the rest is wool and she did a crochet edge.
After reading about the Dancing Rabbit Hook-along, Kris (Spruce Ridge Studios) emailed me saying, "You had me at granddaughter". That post inspired her to draw the pattern with her granddaughter and grandson in mind. I adore your version Kris, me thinks you'll need to hook two rugs ~ one for each grandchild.
Kris said she chose blue and yellow for the boy bunny as a salute to the University of Michigan. Her grandson was an extreme preemie and spent 2 months in the pediatric NICU there. This rug will forever hold a special meaning to the entire family, particularly when the grandson gets a little older and understands.
If you would like Kris to color plan your dressed up rabbits you can click on her link above. She can get close to the same colors she will use for her rabbits, however, it may not be the exact same colors as she is using wool from her own personal stash and some wool which hasn't been milled in a while.
Was surprised when reading her blog that Lauren (Rugs and Pugs) decided to join after all. She declined at first because she had previously hooked it. So I
borrowed stole this photo off her blog. And I know where she is going with her design because the saved name gave it all away Lauren, lol.
HERE. It has been underway since February 18th and a few folks have already finished. I've put mine aside to work on my other rug but will pick it up again soon.