Is there anything cuter than a bunny mermaid?!? Yes there is! It’s a bunny mermaid whose tail looks like a carrot! After designing my purrmaid cross stitch pattern I thought it would be fun to design some other mer-animals. The first one that came to mind was a bunny. I couldn’t seem to get the tail design right at first. It was lacking something, then I got the idea of taking inspiration from a carrot for the tail design and that was exactly what it needed!
I stitched the merrabbit up and absolutely love it! I finished it on a carrot shape made from fabric covered foam board (finishing video coming soon on my cross stitch channel).
I recently sat down in my garden to chat a little about this design. You can watch that video HERE!
What other animals would you like to see transformed into mer-friends?!?
If you stitch this or any of my other designs I would LOVE to see them! Please share pics using #StitchedWithWhitney
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