05 March 2010

Let's talk Rabbits (updated to fix the link)

It's getting on springtime.

It's getting towards Easter.

I loves me some rabbits.

This is the time of the year that the rabbit freebies are multiplying like, um, rabbits.

So I thought I would share with you some of the ones I have been finding, in case you feel the need to make your own warren!

There is a lovely sampler on this page, particularly if you prefer your rabbits to be French. Click on "cadeaux", get out a spring-toned floss, go to town! Bonjour cher lapin!

Some more in various styles. I still don't know how this site works, they have cute charts .

More adorable bunnies by various designers. I searched by rabbit, you may also want to put in "bunny." So glad that you no longer have to have PCStitch to get your bunny on !

By the Bay Needleart, rapidly becoming one of my favorite designers because their designs feel like what life on the Chesapeake used to be like, offers us this elegant freebie. In the same vein, but with a really simple whimsy is this offering from The Sampler Girl.

Mosey N Me offers us Bad Hare Day, definitely on my "To Be Stitched" list, as soon as I figure out a fabric to put it on. There are others if you go to their main page and click on free stuff. Mosey and Me are generous to the bunny people.

Another fantastic Mosey n Me that I hadn't seen before is in the Stitchville USA newletter. If you don't get this newsletter, it's worth putting on your list. They have great freebies included. A lot of newsletters no longer include those, and that's kinda sad . . .

This blog is FULL of bunny freebies. There's even a brand new St. Patrick's Day freebie. St. Patrick's Day is do-able when the design features bunnies, not leprachauns. Not to mention, she's a terrific designer and blogger.

Kustom Krafts' newsletter is another fantastic newletter and their freebie this month is a bunny!

Pretty freebies for biscornus and scissor fobs are a gift from

Lastly, we have The Stitcherhood. Click on the link that says freebies! Cute little bunny!

Of course, there are a bazillion bunny patterns for sale out there, and I encourage you to support designers by purchasing their charts, but, for a quick fix of "spring", and a way to explore new-to-you designers, or become reacquainted with old friends, you can't beat this bevy of bunnies.


Julie M said...

Wow!! That's a lot of bunnies!! Thanks for all your hard work hunting them down and for sharing them with us!

heads up: the stitcherhood link didn't work for me.

Annie said...

Wow... bunny overload! Thanks for that summary.

Bette said...

Thanks for posting th elinks. I found several new to me sites and blogs. And the bunnies are sure cute.

Blu said...

Thanks for doing the hard work!

Deb said...

Wow, a lot of bunnies. Definitely won't have a problem finding anything to stitch will all of those sites. Thanks for posting them.

Lizy said...

Hi Rachel,
I would like to congralute you last Sunday I went to Barnes and Noble and I read your article on the magazine I don't know If you know but that was really exciting to see you there in the magazine once again congralutalions.

Pumpkin said...

You know I just LOVE, LOVE, LOVE bunny patterns :o) I just can't get enough. I just wish there were more....

I do my thing and you do yours. I am not in this world to live up to your expectations, and you are not in this world to live up to mine. You are you and I am I, and if by chance we find each other, then it is beautiful. If not, it can’t be helped--Frederick Perls