I am smitten! Reminds me of Bambi and Thumper! Love the ice skating scene, "Look, the water, it's stiff!"
Oh no, owl food? Very cute, Susan,but I hope Thumper is remains hidden......
Beautiful! Even though we did not have a winter this year, the deer, owl and rabbit remind me of my own backyard where all 3 reside - plus a few other critters. Can't wait to see what else you add!
Just beautiful! And I love the new addition to the block, bunnies are so sweet!
What a joy this is! While savoring all the details, I spied your deer with the 'goods' in his mouth. How sweet that was, he's been caught in the act. Now you've added the adorable bunny and the wise old owl is wonderful.Your work thrills and inspires me. Thank you for sharing your love and your creativity here.FlowerLady
ohhh it looks gorgeous .... really life like :)love mouse xxxxx
It's lovely - and the bunny's shadow is particularly delightful!
What a delight it is to watch your progress on this piece! You truly are an artist with fabric and thread!
Where was I when your deer made it's appearance? Wonderful! Beautifully stitched. I hope Mr. Owl doesn't see the bunny.I love watching this evolve.Have a great weekend!
Looking spectacular... Love the glittery thread in the trees.
Your work is absolutely stunning.
I love this block!!! With each addition, it is more interesting and magnificent. I can't wait to see what evolves next.Have a good weekend.Gita
An artist at work! Love it Susan.
Susan your art. work is Beautiful !!!hugs........
Bunny is hiding Easter eggs in the snow. It snowed here most of the day but now is raining again. March finally brought us Winter. Susan this piece is so beautifully serene. May you enjoy your Sunday...
Beautiful work Susan! It's amazingly realistic.
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Well as usual- I'm totally captivated by your handwork. I love the snowy owl and the tree-- and the bunny. Just gorgeous--I need to read backwards ( and catch up) to see what you are making!Vicki
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