March 20, 2014

Meet Miss Maggie Rabbit

She's my new bff.
She's quiet...
and oh so very charming.

From the first time I saw the kit available on the Rosy Little Things website I knew I wanted to make one for myself.  I put it on my Christmas wish list and my sweet hubby bought it for me.  I had to force myself to put away my crochet hook for a while so I could work on it.  She comes in a kit and everything was included from the felt to the yarn.  All I had to do was cut the pieces and stitch them together.

She was really easy to put together.  There were a few tedious moments but over all it was very easy and quite enjoyable.  I love the fact that she's mostly hand made.  I had a little help from the sewing machine when I made the prairie dress she's wearing but other than that every little stitch is all hand sewn.  It gives her a very primitive home spun look that I find very charming.  And how 'bout those boots?  They make me think of Laura Ingalls from Little House on the Prairie.

Also available on the Rosy Little Things website are other clothing accessories for Miss Maggie.  I can't wait to get better at my knitting so I can knit her the little dress that's available.  I knit so slow.  I can't tell you how long it took me to knit that little capelet she's wearing.  It felt like forever.  I was tempted to rip it all out and redo it with a crochet hook.  But alas, I'll never get better if I don't practice...and getting better is what I want.

I highly recommend this kit to anyone who loves the satisfaction of making something with their hands. After all, doesn't everyone need one of these cuties?

Happy first day of Spring!


  1. She is utterly adorable and I can quite see why you have fallen in love with her. You did a great job with the making up and she did a great job posing for her photo shoot!! xx

  2. Adorable !!!! And you are right about Laura Ingalls...
    Have fun today !

  3. Oh she is so darling! Would you believe that I have the kit to make and its been sitting untouched for months. I think I was maybe making this project out to be much harder than it is? Your Maggie is so sweet that I am going to get started on mine. I took a look over at the other clothes and so badly want to make the green hooded sweater.


  4. So so sweet! You must be thrilled. What a neat thing to make and pass on as a family heirloom for lifetimes to come. She's just wonderful!

  5. How adorable. Those tiny boots are so cute.
    Happy spring!

  6. Aw, she's wonderful. I'd like to make one too. You did a beautiful job with her.

  7. Gorgeous Miss Maggie and beautiful work Beca! ...(and those little boots are just so adorable too!)
    Lovely pics..x
    Hope you have a wonderful weekend!
    Susan x

  8. Such a cutie!! ♥ Miss Maggie and her outfit are made perfectly, and I really like the fabric and yarn you've chosen! Spring greetings from your new follower Nata :-)

  9. Hi Beca, wow how pretty you made your Miss Maggie Rabbit! You really amaze me with how much you accomplish and make! I love it! Wishing you a wonderful weekend and Happy Spring.

  10. Oh my goodness, I squealed with delight when I saw Miss Maggie! She is adorable. Great job, and thanks for the link. I may have to get a Maggie of my own to make. :)

  11. This is so cute,well done....beautiful.Love it!

  12. Ahhh, this is gorgeous! I've seen this darling rabbit on many different blogs and she is so recognisable!! You've done a fantastic job - all those little tidy stitches! Well done. I struggle with knitting for some reason - it's funny how some things click and others don't! Can't wait to see the additions to her wardrobe!! J9 x

  13. Your miss rabbit is very wonderful !!!! beautiful work.....

  14. Que linda sua coelha!


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