Iin keeping with the April Fools Day theme, I will confess to a bit of foolishness. Although one of my goals this year has been to limit my purchases to fibers and fabrics to stitch up charts I already have in my possession, I broke down and ordered a "new"-to-me chart. While not exactly a recent publication, I have been wanting Cedar Hill's Berry Patch Rabbit ever since I first saw it. It's not like I have a thing for rabbits. The only other rabbit piece I have ever owned and stitched is Workbasket's Rabbit Rondel. Nor have I stitched many Cedar Hill charts, though I do think they are quite elegant. The only other Cedar Hill piece I have stitched is The Spring Bouquet. I can't always explain why a chart appeals to me. It happens on a visceral level. And that's what is going on with the Berry Patch Rabbit. I have a gift certificate from 123stitch that was payment for the sale of an old Just Nan chart I'll never ever stitch and I am justifying my purchase of BPR with the rationale that it is really more of an exchange than an actual purchase. Anyway that's my story. I have more than enough charts - actual leaflets, magazines, legitimately printed freebies and even some old hardcover books - to see me through to retuirement and well beyond if not quite S.A.B.L.E. I don't really need this one but I have wanted it for a long while and am going to indulge myself. If that makes me a bit of an April Fool, so be it.