Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Mr Benjamin...Bunny...

I would like you all to meet
Mr Benjamin Bunny...

Mr Benjamin Bunny...

He is a Lop eared Cashmere fellow...

Very handsome
with the quietest nature...

Mr Benjamin Bunny...

Very Fluffy
and adores cuddles...

Mr Benjamin Bunny...

I think he quite likes to be photographed as well...

Granny Square Goodness...

Of course now with Mr Bejamin residing here at River Cottage
I might not have much spare time...

So I needed a project that I could just do every now and then...

Click on the photo below for details of
the inspiration behind these colours...

Granny Square Goodness...

So for now I will just be plodding along with some crocheting...
and getting lots of cuddles on the couch...

I hope your week has started out as sweet as mine...

So until next post
Keep up the Granny Goodness...and Hug A Bunny or two...

21 comments:

Pammy Sue said...

A bunny! How fun! He looks so soft and cuddly. Love the blanket too.

Elaine B. said...

pretty colors, the bunny looks so cuddly.
elaine

The Patchwork Heart said...

I love your photography :-)
Heather x

Floortje said...

Mr. Benjamin Bunny looks most cuddly indeed! Love his beautiful fluffyness.... And your granny's too, such lovely bright colours. Have a happy week! X Floortje

andrea creates said...

oh he's so cute!

Laura said...

Love Mr Benjamin Bunny! Did you steal him from Miss Potter??? BTW, I've nominated you for an award - hope you like it! lol x

Brianna Asaro said...

Awww. Normally I'm enthralled with the fiber part of any post. But when you put such a handsome, wise creature in your post, the crochet is forgotten. He's a handsome fella. :)

soNOTcool said...

Oh, your bunny is so adorable. I love fluffy animals very much. What a perfect pals for pictures and crafting and telly!

Zinnia said...

I just love your new cuddly, furry friend!

Penelope said...

Dearest Michelle
How very beautiful is Mr. Benjamin Bunny. I feel the need to be swallowed up by my laptop to just have the chance to stroke his coat.
Having a good ol' sturdy granny crochet blanket is always a comforting and reliable project to have on the go during busy times, I do love your CK inspired colours xox

Angie said...

Adorable! Will you brush him to make cashmere yarn? He is very sweet..
And, your blanket project is lovely.

annie said...

I love those Cath Kidston colours. So fresh, so Easter! Benjamin will be a lovely friend for Rosie Rabbit. In fact when I read your title I thought he was another crochet project!

battlemaiden said...

your bunny is adorable but I really love your shoes. could you tell me where i might find some? thanks!

Lola Nova said...

I love the blanket and of course the bunny is precious!

Wendy said...

Oh he's gorgeous! I'm sorry, I can't concentrate on the blanket, I can't stop looking at the bunny! If you need any tips or advice, let me know, I have 4 bunnies (including 1 lop) so I hope I know what I'm talking about!

p.s. there's pictures of them on my blog if you want to see - right hand side bar

needlekrafter said...

love your colorful, pretty blanket and your cute little bunny! :)

Las cucadas de mary said...

Hello my name is Mary I´m spanish.
I love your blog when I saw the bag granny loved and feel free to entry one for a friend take a picture similar to reference your blog in my entry but in the end I had to do al home I leave my blog and you spend for if you want.
Greetings from Spain, Mary
http://lascucadasdemary@gmail.com

zitakiss said...

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Louise said...

beautiful bunny! I too have a bunny, his name is Peter Rabbit :) Love all your crochet!
Raggedystitches,
Louise in FL

Linda said...

OMG he is adorable I love him. I have just been part of a group hassling Australian Designers Camila and Marc to stop using fur in their designs and they finally have withdrawn fur from their collections. They have no thought for the rabbits killed in China for this cruel fur trade, it is such a win. These designers need to see gorgeous bunnies like yours

Annabelle said...

Awwww... heart melts...
He's sooo cute!
I had a pet rabbit as a kid, trouble is he was pretty wild and hated being picked up (even have a faint 5" scar on my arm to prove it). There's no way, however much I wanted to, I could have cradled him like Mr Benjamin Bunny.
Give him a cuddle from me :)