Bunny Big Rig. I made this one from an unfinished pine Ikea dresser. It’s a big hit at BUN’s Hoppy Hours!
Meet Billy, the street musician.
Click on the image to read his story.
Process from loose fur to spinning wheel.
Why not paint bunnies in a closet that will be filled with books? You can read about my Magic Closet Bunnies by clicking on the picture.
Chewable corrugated chair made for my princess bunny.
Teddy is a fuzzy lop that was shedding when he came to stay with me. I spun the yarn pictured after combing him only two times.
Upcycled leather and suede pillow of my first foster rabbit, Dixie. Click on the photo to read more.
Wool coasters are great for my Bunny Spice smoothies. For ingredient list click on the photo.
Handspun yarn from Angora rabbit. Click on the photo to read the story
Before Chuck got head tilt he used to skype with my daughter to her friends. This retro fiber art piece was inspired by one of the pictures she took while skyping. Click on the photo to read more.
“G” – read about this mini art quilt on my blog by clicking on the photo.
- My beloved Bunsy. He was my first pet as an adult and my bunny family kept growing from there. He needed a friend so then came Molly. Then foster bunnies and then boarding bunnies. This is an oil painting done by my brother, Frank. He does amazing pet portraits and other art as well. Click on the picture to get to his website: WutsArt.com
Treat or Art? Healthy snacks made from parsley, carrots and timothy hay.
“Dash board” bunny made for a friend from her angora rabbit’s fur.