Zombie Hens

Zombie Hens
Zombie Hens

Well, I did it.  I had no intention of making some Zombie Hens when I went into the studio this morning.  Actually, I was having one of those wackie days, my mind and body buzzing, having a hard time concentrating.  Then suddenly, out of nowhere, like I was overcome with fever, I found myself sewing Zombie chickens.  I didn’t think about it, I just did it.   Single-minded, like a Zombie on the prowl for brains, I couldn’t stop.  I only realized that I was writing some of the words on the border backwards after I had done it.  I know!  I sounds like I was in some kind of trance.  Well, I’m not saying I wasn’t .  Honestly, I’m not sure what happened.

Anyway, Zombie Hens is what came out of my day.  And I’m selling it, It’s sold. if anyone wants it.   The color is a bit off, that red is so hot you can’t see the true blue the hens are stitched on and the black writing on the border (which says:  Locked in the coop all winter Cabin-Fevered Zombie Hens took to the streets) stands out more.    But if anyone out there is a  fan of Zombie Hens and wants a wall hanging with some on it, just let me know.  You can email me here or at [email protected].

 

Zombie Hens  is about 16 1/2  X 21 1/2  and is $95 + $7 shipping.

Zombie Hen Detail
Zombie Hen Detail
Another close up of the hens
Another close up of the hens

 

9 thoughts on “Zombie Hens

  1. Goodness, Maria, I’ve been awake since 4:30 this morning, one of those mornings when I wake up early and can’t go back to sleep for all the buzzing going on in my mindless mind and there I am, on your website, a Zombie hen. You’ve depicted me perfectly. I must be having one of those days you did in creating them.

    I’ve been reading about all the snow you’re having in NY State and in coping with your winter in the old farmhouse and I don’t know how you and Jon are managing without storm windows. I love the old fashioned storm windows, they work better than double glaze windows or whatever they do to windows these days because eventually the seals break on them and they get cloudy in-between the two panes of glass. The only problem with the old fashioned storm windows is where to store them off-season so that they don’t get knocked or broken when not in use. I hope this will be first on your list of ongoing repairs. Country homes are sometimes sinkholes for money. We’ve been experiencing the same type of winter up here in Southern Ontario and I think of you both often as our weather patterns are much the same. The States blames Canada for our Arctic air and we blame the States for the storms that come up here from the mid-west.
    Sandy P, in Canada where we are having yet another winter storm this morning. Pretty, though.

  2. AHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!! If you ever are inspired again to make zombie hens, I am pre-insisting on buying one! hahaha!!

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