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Tuesday, March 1, 2011

He's HERE! Yes, Sir Basil makes his debut!

Drum roll please......may I introduce you to

Sir Basil Rabbitbone aka Sherlock Hares
Straight from jolly ole England, comes the master detective, Sherlock Hares.  Okay...so he's from central New York....but I always had in mind that Basil would be a take off of the famous Basil Rathbone, who played Sherlock Holmes in the good old days of the movies.  His clothes are made from an old suit jacket that I picked up at the thrift store.  I didn't have a pattern for an outfit like Sherlock would have worn, so I just made it up as I went along, and I am quite pleased with how he turned out.   What do you think??


  1. Wendy~

    Love your bunny!! I'm painting mine today. I guess I better get going on mine!!


  2. Oh my gosh he turned out great! ~ look at all the detail. Thanks for sharing!
    Prim Blessings! Robin

  3. Oh,my how adorable~ great job!

  4. One of my favorite mystery characters....he is adorable..love it!

  5. WOW! That period attire is off the hook! He looks great! So sophisticated! This has been so much fun-all of the Basil's are wonderful. If I can catch mine hopping around the garden tonight, I'll send a pic. Thanks Wendy ~*~Lisa

  6. He is FANTASTIC!! LOVE the name and his suit is perfect! Great creativity and workmanship!

  7. Basil turned out wonderful! I love his little suit too! I wish I had gotten in this. :)

  8. Oh my gosh Wendy, Sherlock Hares is just the cutest Bunnie I ever did see!!! So gorgeous. What talent you have girl! Lotsa Hugs,

  9. He is awesome, I love him! I may need his services one day, you never know, does he have a card?

  10. Sir Basil is just to adorable.. I wondered how you came up with the name and I'll be darned if ya didn't tell me before I ask... I love his name.. Great Job!!


  11. Great job he is wonderful. I love his suit.

  12. Wendy, how did I miss this?? Sir Basil Rabbitbone is absolutely amazing! Fabulous job, he is a work of art! Deb


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