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A sweet and simple Bunny pattern - FREE, from me to you.
This wee bunny is perfect for little hands to play with, and makes a delightful newborn gift.
A lovely scrap busting project for utilising those precious fabric scraps - perhaps even try some simple hand embroidery ...
Easy to use and follow for a novice sewer!
This can be made in any bits of fabric that you have left over. And it's so easy to make. I love twig and tale patterns so much .
Sweet little pattern and a quick n easy project. Made the larger bunnies to put in grandchildren's Easter baskets. Very nice. Thank you
Lovely and quick project. A little tricky for a beginner with all those small turns but still turned out nice
I have made about thirty of the bunnies for charity and both sizes have been welcomed. I adjusted the sewing of the ears slightly and figured out to do zig zag eyes which were perfect. The small ones are put into a grieving pack for mums who have lost their baby and larger ones are given to siblings. Some of both are also given to our maternity ward to hand out.
They were very easy to sew and stuff. Thank you so much for the pattern.
I made this for my new granddaughter. It turned out beautiful. I embroidered flowers and a dragonfly on it and added a sweet bow around the neck. Love, love, love this pattern. So easy too.
Thank you for this cute bunny :) xx
I enjoyed making the bunny just rite for Easter :)
Thank you for all you do :) xxx
Scraps of fabric
Optional: Ribbon, embroidery thread or other embellishments of your choice!
I recommend a lightweight wool or wool blend as my first choice. Anything heavier than this will create a challenge when turning the bunny out after sewing. You could use an ultra fine cashmere or angora sweater if you are wanting a very soft bunny.
Linen or cotton will also work - however, something with a slight “give” in it gives a superior result.