Lynn Johnston Productions

Easter Egg Check

Easter Egg Check, with both decorated and hatching eggs, will brighten even the gloomiest day. The rope borders tie in nicely with those around the blocks of the Nesting Boxes pattern.

Tossed Easter Eggs

Lynn has drawn so many fun and beautifully decorated eggs for this collection that we just had to give them the respect they deserve by making a pattern of just Easter Eggs. The two-tone teal Wood Grain background is a nice addition to this pattern.

Running Bunny Stripe

“Here comes Peter Cottontail, hopping down the bunny trail….” Does this song come to mind when you see this pattern? This soft and lively horizontal Running Bunny Stripe adds variety and movement to the Easter Collection.

Tossed Easter Bunnies

Being the Easter Bunny can be a stressful job, so every once in a while the Easter Bunny and his staff let loose and have a little fun. These colourful Tossed Easter Bunnies look like they are truly savoring every playful moment here.

Chicks & Baskets

Once the Easter eggs have been decorated, they are stored on shelves where worker chicks inspect each egg for imperfections and abnormalities. Then each egg is inventoried and carefully placed into the appropriate Easter basket—ready for delivery on the special day!

Nesting Boxes

All year long the Easter Bunny is busily preparing beautiful Easter eggs for the big day. Have you ever wondered how he makes all of those eggs? Well, in Easter Nesting Boxes, of course!

Green Spidies

Our designer, Deborah, found these odd forms tucked in amongst other larger creatures in Lynn’s original sketch for the Robot Collection. She has affectionately named these critters, “Spidies.” As a two-tone tossed repeat, they are the perfect small print accompaniment to this collection. Medium green on light green.

Purple Spidies

Our designer, Deborah, found these odd forms tucked in amongst other larger creatures in Lynn’s original sketch for the Robot Collection. She has affectionately named these critters, “Spidies.” As a two-tone tossed repeat, they are the perfect small print accompaniment to this collection. Medium purple on light purple.

Yellow Spidies

Our designer, Deborah, found these odd forms tucked in amongst other larger creatures in Lynn’s original sketch for the Robot Collection. She has affectionately named these critters, “Spidies.” As a two-tone tossed repeat, they are the perfect small print accompaniment to this collection. Dark yellow on light yellow.

Blue Spidies

Our designer, Deborah, found these odd forms tucked in amongst other larger creatures in Lynn’s original sketch for the Robot Collection. She has affectionately named these critters, “Spidies.” As a two-tone tossed repeat, they are the perfect small print accompaniment to this collection. Medium blue on dark blue.