Today I continue my quest in creating and posting one block a day of the fabulous That Town And Country Quilt by the lovely Susan-Claire Mayfield. This is day two hundred and twelve of that project.

This quilt block shows two patches of grass, one big one on the bottom left and a small one on the bottom right. The grass patches are jagged cut green fabric outlined in yellow stithing. Coming out of the left patch of grass is a flower spike, a column of bulbs, that looks a bit like Gladiolus. The bulbs are colored pink and red (red with pen and pink fabric). Next to the spike of bulbs is a bunny viewed from the back. The bunny is tan, has a lighter tail, and two ears, one floppy.

Fluffy is a very happy bunny.

He lives in his own little yard with his friend Bonnie Bunny. They have a dog kennel around their space so they are safe.

They love their person Carly. Rabbits are the third most popular pet right after dogs and cats.

They are not good pets for children, their spines aren’t as flexible as cats and that makes them harder to pick up properly.

But for an adult a rabbit makes a really nice pet. It frightens them to be picked up but they love to sit on your lap and be petted.

Do you know how a bunny apologizes? They put their foreheads together and you know the apology is accepted when they start to groom each other and kiss.

I’m thinking this might be a good way for people to apologize too.