Sunday, July 5, 2009

Squeak squeak

On a quiet Saturday night, this little mouse found it's way to my house. Because the sewing machine does not create the right ambiance when watching a movie, this little guy was made out of felt and sewn by hand.



He is one of the wonderful creations that come from the mind of Ms Ric Rac. A BIG thanks to Jodie for the pattern.

17 comments:

Sandrine said...

Very cute "petite Souris"!

Sandra @ Pepperberry & Co. said...

SOOO cute! What's his name??

Selina said...

sooo cute! love Jodie's creations, you have done her proud I'm sure!

hehe, word verification is swell!

Stephanie and Carlos said...

I use to collect mice things when I was younger. My mum even gave in and got me pet mice. I need to sit down and do some serious hand sewing... It always fills my soul with happiness... better than machine sewing!!

xo Steph

Melinda @ Here We Go Loopy Lou said...

I don't like real mice, but this little fellow is delightful!

Becky said...

I would be happy to have this mouse in my house :)

Very nice and even hand stitching as well!

Gina said...

Oh, Nikki, he's adorable. I hope you make him a mate soon - or maybe a big piece of swiss cheese! I'm working my way through the must-do lists so some felt and hand-sewing might just find their way into my house, sometime soon... when we get more sleep of course!

Jodie said...

Nikki,
This is the first mouse I have seen and I love the handsewing !
I'm off to have a celebratory tipple - You have truly ruly made my day/ evening.
Thanks!

faithhopeandawholelottalove said...

Clever thing you!! Mice aren't my favourite little creatures - but this one I think is cute!!

Tania said...

I admit a sweet little dude like that made it to the top of my to do list as soon as Jodie posted - which is saying something since I once sat almost-paralysed on a couch for five hours in a European city while throwing torn up pieces of a TV guide at a dying mini mouse. Ew.

clare's craftroom said...

Yep that is the only sort of mouse I want to see in my house .

craftygirlwithruffle said...

There is nothing "rodenty" about this little mouse. Too cute for words!

urban craft said...

Totally sweeet little mousie. I adore Ric-Rac Jodie's work too! I hate to say it but many a real mousies have met their demise by my hand. Perhaps I should create an army of mouses for the house in their remembrance.

m.e (Cathie) said...

super cute Nikki, is it just the one? you need twin mice ofcourse.

Peta @ Pippiwillow said...

Not with a fox, not on a box, not in the rain, not on a train. I do not like green eggs and ham I do not like them Sam I am.
But wait..
I could, I would eat them with this mouse and I would let him in my house as he is made of felt of the sheepish kind and unlikely to leave something nasty behind!
Peta (sleep deprived and a bit odd today)! xo

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Nicky said...

Owww just like my Bubbles who passed away on Saturday