Another Class and New Friends to Share!

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I don't get out much - in the blogisphere that is!  By that I mean, I don't surf or just wander about seeing what there is to see. I tend to be a very destination driven person.

My filtering system is highly developed to the point I never see an ad and really have to make a concerted effort to notice side bar information.

Don't Miss This Chance to Win a Bunny Pattern!

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I couldn't share the pattern I used for my bunnies I made last year as it was was given to me privately.

But I just found an adorable bunny to make for this year that I can share!

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Image made by Meg at Mega Crafty

The pattern for these adorable little knitted / felted bunnies is available at Fiber Trends.

OR you can pop over to visit Meg at Mega Crafty and enter her giveaway! She is giving away five Bunny patterns.

And one lucky winner will be the "grand prize winner" and receive not only the pattern but also a Starter Felting Kit!

My name's in the hat already!

Hurry on over and enter - the giveaway ends on Sunday, April 3rd. at 11:59 pm EST.

Meg has made the giveaway available worldwide!

And just a little warning, when you visit Fiber Trends - be prepared to fall in love!  The cutest creatures ever!  Owls, lamas, lambs, and OMG the squirrels!  I am in sooooo much trouble.

 

Japanese Inspired Temari Easter Eggs #3

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Yup! My Temari inspired Easter Eggs are already hanging on my Easter Tree!

This is part three of a three part series. You will fine the others here and here.

Again, don't be put off by the size of this tutorial.  I just wanted to be certain that all the information you need is here for you. No need to be afraid!  This is very EASY to do.

Creating Striped Japanese Inspired Easter Eggs

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This is the second in a series of three posts featuring Japanese inspired  Easter Eggs based upon beautiful and ancient Japanese Temari.

The first tutorial in the series is here and the third and last is here.

Had To Share These Beautiful Pysanky Inspired Gourds!

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Image by Meg at Mega Crafty

I am interrupting my regularly scheduled blog posting to bring you a beautiful treat!

Meg over at Mega Crafty just went live with this fantastic post featuring her Pysanky inspired gourds!

Go visit right now!

Not only will her images make your eyes happy, but she shares a link to a very funny story about her exploding Pysanky.

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