I'm joining in with the Smalls SAL again this month. I doubt anyone remembers, but I've been stitching a series of little bunnies. Each one was a standalone stitch found on a cover "gift" - one of those "free charts" leaflets that pass as a gift (on the front of a magazine full of free charts!), the only details I have is that it's from Cross Stitch Collection but I have no idea when.
This month I stitched Tiff (and then took a very blurry photo). The real Tiff wouldn't really wear a dress, I mean, obviously not, she's a rabbit, but as I'm anthropomorphising her, if she were a walking, talking, clothes-wearing bunny, I doubt she'd wear a dress.
Here's all four bunnies together. When I'd finished, I added their names underneath using an alphabet from Cross Stitch Keepsakes and Cards by Jo Verso. It felt like it needed something more, so I added the row of carrots using a pattern found in 555 Cross Stitch Designs. I carefully counted the threads, then counted the number of stitches in a carrot and figured out the spacing in between to have carrots all the way across. Then I stitched the first carrot and somehow added another row. I had to re-calculate, but it just wouldn't work out, so the final carrot is half eaten.
I put Ellis in the wrong place, Tiff and Colin don't live together, in fact, when they met, they fought. Colin was the hardest bunny to stitch due to his colouring. If you want to know what these bunnies really look like, there are photos in my sidebar, or search my tags for "real life bunnies".
I think Harry and Ellis would be friends if given the chance. The sit in their runs and look at each other sometimes. Aaah.