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1  House bunny in Pet-Related Crafts: Discussion and Questions by ruckamuck on: July 08, 2014 11:00:30 AM
Recently my dad gave my two boys a pet rabbit. I've had a rabbit before, but that was  years ago and she wasn't a house pet. So here I am.
I have a cage for her, the necessities and a few extras. We went and got her a pet carrier cause my 6 year old son LOVES to take her with him everywhere he can.  I've bought her treats and a few toys that are 'rabbit' approved, which she has quickly torn apart.
Not a problem, except these things are kind of pricey. For example, 5$ for a small ball that she'll have apart within a day or two. The pet carrier itself was close to 40$. I can't afford to get her a brand new toy every single day.

I've looked all over the internet and a few books, and with the limited amount of time that I have to spend online all the information tends to get overwhelming. So my question is: do any of you have any suggestions or advice to give me so that I can make toys, treats, better housing for our bunny. I don't want her just sitting in a cage like a lump. I know that I ramble so my apologies.

Oh, and I was wondering if the trees and exercise equipment that is designed for cats would be okay for a rabbit?

Here's a pic of my son and our Mr. Carrot! (Yes, Mr. Carrot - my son likes the name. The lady at the pet store tried to tell him it's a female and Mr. was masculine; he listened to her politely then shut her down by informing her that it was 'HIS' buddy - rambling! Sorry thought it was kinda cute)
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2  Baby scarf in Knitting: Completed Projects by ruckamuck on: December 05, 2013 12:57:15 PM
For Christmas I decided to crochet my cousin's newborn son a scarf. I didn't have a big enough crochet hook, so I used size 17 knitting needles.  This is the first knitting project that I've actually finished, so if it's wonky that's probably why.


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3  Holy Crap, I actually finished something I started?! in Crochet: Completed Projects by ruckamuck on: December 25, 2012 07:05:01 PM
I love to crochet, I love leg warmer's, and I have discovered that I love ravelry!
I found a cute and very simple leg warmer pattern on ravelry and decided to have a go at it.
Anyways here is a link to the pattern that I used (If I'm not supposed to post links to other site, I apologize)
http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/alicia-legwarmers

I used a Red Heart multi-colored pastel yarn for these babies. Very comfy, works up quick and I get tons of compliments!!
Enjoy  Cheesy

Oh, and Happy Holidays everyone

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4  Africa cross stitch in Needlework: Completed Projects by ruckamuck on: June 19, 2009 08:44:37 PM
Well this took several months to complete. Mainly because I put it down and didn't touch it for a LONG time. Not the best, but I'm proud of it!




Now I just need to find a suitable frame, I was thinking an oval embroidery hoop........
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5  Pencil skirt in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by ruckamuck on: August 25, 2008 10:59:02 PM
Okay this is my first time posting something that I made, so bear with me please.
I've adjusted the skirt a few times, but I still can't seem to get the sides to not bulge out so much. Before I finish it, I was hoping that someone would be able to give me some tips or advice. Thanks!

PS excuse the sweats....its late

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