Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Emergency Surgery

I had to interrupt my mad dash to finish Bradshaw tonight, for Norovember, (the clock is ticking!) when my son brought over a very injured bunny and asked: “mommy, can you fix him?” I could not very well tell him: “wait till December sweetie, mommy will have more knitting time…” As you can see, bunny has been stitched before, but this was serious! I just hope the new soles will not be chewed up too quickly.
Regia sock yarn courtesy Ingrid.

17 comments:

Annelie said...

Fun solution, look's great too!

Brittany said...

I would never have thought of that! I'll bet it lasts longer too. Nice save!

Dave said...

Great work, "doc"!

Leslie said...

What a clever fix! I'll bet the bunny will be fine from now on.

Liz K. said...

Clever clever knitter, you!

gail said...

Great little slippers for the bunny. He must have been doing a lot of serious walking to wear out the non-skid soles on his previous feet!

aija said...

Wonderful fix! 10,000 miles to retread, I'm sure :)

Rain said...

What a great idea. Some knits just have to take precedence.

Anonymous said...

You are a clever old bean! I would never have thought of that. And it looks cute, too.

Cristina said...

That's one well-heeled bunny!

aquaknits said...

Aww, what a great mommy to fix the bunny's poor slippers.

Can't wait to see the finished Bradshaw, go, go GO!!

Annie said...

Very clever fix! And probably very comfy for bunny.

Areli said...

Awww... that is such a great solution, how could you not save the bunny.

Mary, Mary... said...

Too cute....and I bet that's a French bunny. Dou-dous are very important around here--just odmthfnask your brother!

margene said...

Oh my! You are very creative.

Hilde C. said...

Oh, what a lucky little bunny who's got you to fix him :-)

Rachel said...

Wow, not only did you fix the bunny, but you made it better! I love your solution.