Tuesday, July 04, 2006

Bonjour Pierre ....

so here he is - Pierre Lapin. His Frenchness is on account of the PJ fabric used to make his body, direct from a Parisian boutique (an old worn out PJ top finds a new life) - what a chic little guy he is.

To carry on the sleepytime theme he has his own dressing gown and bunny slippers, not that he needs them in this hot and sultry weather.

and here he is modelling the ensemble ...

A little expat bunny over here in Putney but luckily there are plenty of little boys and girls around here who speak French fluently so he can practice his native tongue. He adores pain au chocolat for breakfast but it does tend to mess up his PJs - that chocolate can get everwhere. And it must be washed down with some sirop de peche avec l'eau.

Oh no, now he is feeling homesick and I am getting a hankering to hop on the Eurostar - oh, we have checked the purse and the moths that flew up in our face suggest that it is empty so we will have to wait to traverse the Channel.

For more Wee Wonderfuls have a look at the Flickr group


Blogger mathea said...

A bunny with his own pair of bunny slippers! Lovely!

July 04, 2006 9:50 pm  
Blogger sonia said...

oh... the bunny slippers! great, original idea!

July 04, 2006 10:54 pm  
Blogger mary said...

love the little guy, especially the robe and slippers. did you make a pattern ? I would love to make extra clothes for my girls to use on their bunnies.

July 05, 2006 5:01 am  
Blogger Poshyarns said...

He is scrumptious, makes me think of Noel Coward for some reason, must be the dressing gown. I missed out on the first run of the Wee Wonderfuls pattern book, just too darn slow so looking forward to being quicker off the mark second time around.

July 05, 2006 4:43 pm  
Anonymous simmyb said...

What a lovely bunny and the fabric you used really makes it special. I love the dressing gown ensemble too.

July 06, 2006 7:03 pm  
Blogger Cricket said...

So, so darling! And I love that your repurposed fabric to make this sweet little fella.

July 07, 2006 5:05 am  

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