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February 8, 2012


Hi, Primmies ~

I'm feeling quite a bit better (it could be the pain pills) so I have to post this before I go to sleep. I
should have done this days ago but you know how
it goes sometimes...
First, look at our full moon tonight. If you haven't
already, it's a beauty. It was the prettiest shades of
pinky orange earlier, right after moonrise. My 
camera is so very outdated and it's the one I found
so I shouldn't have even tried to photograph the
moon but I did. Here it is, don't laugh please:
It doesn't even look round in my picture (giggles)!
On to better things, Karen of My Colonial Home is
in the Spring 2012 issue of A Primitive Place &
Country Journal. 

She's on page seven and some of
her penny rugs are photographed for the article.
Her website is K M Primitives and she really is very, very talented. 

You should see her latest penny rug called "Ewe Following Me", she had it
on her blog a few days ago. It's adorable!

If you don't already follow Karen try to visit her
blog My Colonial Home and also her website
at K M Primitives . She's a very talented artist.


Hi, Primmies ~
This post is overdue as far as I'm concerned. I had trouble loading
pictures from camera to computer
to my netbook but they finally made it!
My bloggin' buddy Brenda of
The Rusty Thimble sent me some of the prim perfect Rabbits she's been making. It's her Rabbit she makes with the coat made from old quilts,
and you HAVE to see them in person
so I highly recommend that you buy one (heehee). Seriously, they are
This is the best picture I seemed to take, look at the dreamy creams and tans and his rusty nail paws, cheesecloth scarf and hand stitched details

Look at the blanket stitching she did all the way around his quilt coat
Close up of rusty nail paws and sweet annie and herbs tucked in his little coat pocket,
Look at that face;sisal whiskers,

I love how she made the stuffins' coming out of him!

I knew he was coming to our house to live, but these were a big surprise and this is how she does things, from her generous heart!
 My very own Chocolate Rabbits

Chocolate Rabbit Closeup

I've always wanted these because I marvel at how they look like real molded chocolate bunnies

Brenda sent me a pair and I'm so thrilled. They are going in my grandmother's dough trencher that she made her biscuits in all her life. My Dad gave it to me before he passed away when she was still alive and in her nineties (she wasn't makin' biscuits anymore) They will be in a bed of green excelsior and I have to make some of those great grungy fabric carrots to lay around the rabbits

**Note** Brenda hit 1,000 followers just the other day! If you haven't been to her blog you must visit
The Rusty Thimble and be sure to look at her newest items, her exclusive carpenter apron pockets. They really are quite gorgeous:
Daisy Pocket

Americana Pocket
This is Brenda's current giveaway that you can enter for HERE

Here's one more (I couldn't resist)
Sunflower Pocket
This  primmie is going to watch a movie now. Of course I'm on Turner Classic Movies and it's an
Edward G. Robinson movie, Mr. Glen Oaks' fave
actor (well, besides Humphrey Bogart, Bette Davis
ok, he's got a lot of favorites). I'm gonna rest these
bruised bones and snuggle with my kitty Biggie,
the mistah has Puffy.

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