Friday, July 31, 2009

...And on that farm there was a...

Young MacPippi' had a farm
ee i ee i o
And on that farm there was a....

ee i ee o

and a

and some

Mother hen gather your chicks and RUN quickly from that sly fox.

and some


and some

and finally, a Wombat.

Next week we'll go to Africa!
Have a great weekend.

14 comments:

Nikki Cardigan said...

I want to go to your farm and feed the animals (except for the fox!). Your animals are beautiful.

Oh, and I have my passport ready so I'll be off to Africa with you next week!

Sandrine said...

Ohhh I spent 5 years in west Africa...that will bring lots of memories!!;)
Your animals are sooooo neat and perfect wow!Fabulous job Peta!

Tania said...

Whoa there. How have I missed all this stuff going on at yours? And blimey Mrs - you have been busy. Most especially love the way you weave a wombat into the story!

snowflakes4sam said...

Hi there talented sewer. Your animals look fantastic out exploring the farm, and for a proclaimed technophobe your blog is looking great too.

Linda said...

oh my these are just toooo cute and adorable!! fabulous photos too

Dragonfly said...

Wow, you are so talented! I just love these cute animals.
Thanks for stopping by my blog!
Cheers, Karen

Faith Hope and a whole lotta Love said...

So So adorable!! what a talent :) Can't wait to come to Africa next week - my bags will be packed!

Faith Hope and a whole lotta Love said...

I have given you a blog award so please pop by my blog to accept!!

Sarah :)

Gina said...

These. Are. AWESOME!!!!

Ammie said...

Oh oh oh! I LOVE these! Ah... these are lovely and admirable and make me want to relax and find my inner child.

Christie Burnett said...

Wow, those are impressive. How long do they take you to make?

Christie
http://www.childhood101.blogspot.com/

Treacle Beak said...

Peta, you've done an amazing job with your farm animals. Looking forward to going to Africa!

clare's craftroom said...

Oh so cute !

Yaya said...

I am dying for a set of these gorgeous animals!!! Seriously, they are just sooooo gorgeous!