I'm still stuck on rabbits.
I tried making a little lion, and I do like him a very lot, but he's no rabbit.
Towards Easter I got inspired by Alice in Wonderland and sewed a White Rabbit and March Hare - complete with vests, a coat and a pocket watch chain.
John Tenniel's illustrations inspired me and my bunnies weren't capturing them correctly.
So I moved on.
To another bunny.
Another literary bunny.
This may be due to the fact that I got some velveteen at SCRAP and hadn't figured out quite what to make with it. It may be that a friend's daughter had scarlet fever and the story got into my head. I tried to introduce some more character into them with surprised or pleading faces - trying to capture the parts of the story when the Velveteen Rabbit learns he has to be burned. They have bendable ears to be more expressive.
I've even toyed with a Runaway Bunny, though I'm not too sure.
And then I saw this marvel of a March Hair from Tim Burton's Alice. Brilliantly mad. And I'm back to Alice.