Need things to stay warm. It's still winter here.
Don't let the passing of the first day of Spring fool you.

Pattern: Quickie Cowl by Fawn Pea

Modifications: Used Size 11 needles, provisional cast on, and grafted to finish.
Just like on Frivoli!

Yarn: nuttnbunnyspunme bulky - “Mutant Peeps” from Spunky Club
on flickr and ravelry

Notes: Super fast, super soft, super cute. Destined, alas, for a gift.

And for another Spring activity:
Newly boiled and ready to dye in the super-speedy-nuttnbunny-uber-dye method.
  • Put in a colander.
  • Splash with vinegar.
  • Sprinkle with food dye.
  • Swirl around.
  • Rinse.
  • Dry on a cake rack and...

Voila! 4 dozen in 15 minutes. Call Guinness, it's a Record.

Thank you Easter Bunny.
I'm a little scared of this guy. So sweetly menacing.
Z was much more brave.

Friends came over for an egg hunt. In the snow for godssake!!!!

Post egg hunt movie time.

My tummy hurts. Can I please have one more piece of candy? It's a just little tiny racecar.


Chickenbells said...

Your egg decorating is mightily impressive...The Easter Bunny is the only holiday character my sister would even consider visiting...then again, it was only him or Santa, and she flipped everytime she saw the fat guy. That looks like quite a bit of spring snow you have there...stay warm!

tiennie said...

Poor little guy! It looked like a fun day anyways!

Fairly Odd Mother said...

Oh, that last photo is priceless. Vroommmmm. . . .

Awesome egg decorating tip. We did three dozen and only have about 5 left---we are very fond of those eggs.

keri said...

Oh what a cutie - his look says it all!

Hope all is going well with you!

Cathy said...

Cute "spring" cowl! Your dying method is too funny... and much more preferable than the hours of messy dying my son tortured me with.