I have decided that Cuthbert has been with me long enough and deserves to find himself a new home in the big wide world this Spring! I will post a couple of mug shots here, as he is not shy, and you can find him in my Etsy shop if you want to take pity on him. I must warn you, however, he does attract attention and he adores it!
If you are interested in his inner self, I posted how I created Cuthbert last year, you can read all about it here. Cuthbert Rabbit “How To”
I have been away ( in case anyone wondered!) and have been itching to get back in my little sewing room which I laughingly call the SUGs room. I wanted more rabbits, but these don’t seem as quick to reproduce as the “real” ones, 4 days work and I have 2 new pals. Pippa the party bunny and Gertie the gardening rabbit! I hope you like them, they make me smile anyway!
I have just returned from another amazing visit to Kerala India, and thought to share with you some of the fascinating faces seen in the Kerala Folklore Theatre and Museum Thevara, Ernakulam. This museum has been created on three levels each depicting different architectural styles of Kerala, Malabar, Cochin and Travancore. The building and its artifacts have all been rescued and it has taken 25 years to complete the project, so very worth it. Here is just a very small taste of the artifacts with a link to the Museum site at the end. Enjoy!
Ritual costume and mask
phant carved from wood
Wooden Bull heads
Kerala Folklore Theatre and Museum