Bunny Mummy's real name is Jacquie. She shares my love for outdoor photography (though it was much cooler when I could hike) and crochet. She's a very busy lady living in Great Britain. She has some very lovely designs and tutorials on her blog that I think you all will enjoy.
Jacquie in her own words "I'm Jacquie, a forty something mum of three growing boys. I work part time and love many crafts, particularly crochet, sewing and drawing.
I often blog about outings, walks and nature.
I grew up in Yorkshire, but I'm currently enjoying life in the great East Midlands.
I do hope you enjoy reading.
Jacquie x" http://bunnymummy-jacquie.blogspot.co.uk/
My daughter Tamra, who is owned by a bunny named Baysil;), introduced me to Jacquie's designs when we were looking for something a little different to try. First I love this: http://bunnymummy-jacquie.blogspot.co.uk/2013/03/mini-crochet-birda-how-to.html I have a lot of little birds that feed at the rock feeder in my yard. Bunny Mummy's little bird pattern would be cute for so many things, on a package, for Christmas, on a mobile in a baby's room, just to name a few. Its different from so many of the other little bird ideas because you can dress it up as much or as little as you want to suit your purpose. It rather looks like the female cardinal that visits my feeder :) Cute project.
The next pattern that caught my eye was the "Sail Away" decoration. I love it! One doesn't find enough little decorations for a boy's room. I am always on the look out for boys patterns myself. So when I saw: http://bunnymummy-jacquie.blogspot.co.uk/2012/06/sail-away-crochet-pattern.html I thought HOW perfect would this look with the "Come Sail Away" baby blanket by Susan Veta (yarnhog) available on Ravelry. I've already made this blanket it matches brilliantly with Jacquie's wall decoration! Such great out of the box thinking!
For those of us who enjoy photography but do not enjoy freezing cold hands Jacquie has come up with the cutest crocheted wrist warmers. http://bunnymummy-jacquie.blogspot.co.uk/2014/02/easy-crochet-wrist-warmer-tutorial.html They are simple to make cozy, and you can embellish them it what ever way you'd like. I think a couple of the cute mini hexagons might look cute on these wrist warmers. Found here: http://bunnymummy-jacquie.blogspot.com/2010/04/mini-hexagon-pattern.html If you are in need of a quick gift or you find that you're in need of a very quick pair of mitts for an outing Jacquie makes her pattern very easy to understand. You'll be an expert in no time! Thank you Jacquie!
Today my daughter stitched up the "Sunburst Granny Heart" today just to show you how easy it is to follow Jacquie's patterns. Thank you Jacquie for making crocheting your patterns fun and easy!
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