Bunny

Size Chart + Materials List

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 ... 

Enjoy!

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Customer Reviews

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J.B.
What a cutie!

Loved the pattern and so easy to download, print, and save. I laminate my patterns so that they don't get worn out right away. Very easy to use and exactly as promised. Thank you so much.
Janice

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A.F.
Bunnies

Ive made the two large bunnies but have not stuffed them yet asI don’t want to buy the stuffing I dont
know what else to fill them with so they can wait. I would do the large ones again but with different fabric I had trouble with turning the ears.

G
G.
Cute bunny

Love this. I actually made a few bigger by enlarging the pattern a bit. Now, I have a little family

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J.S.
Bunny Pattern

Excellent Pattern and instructions, my grandchildren will be thrilled with one each.

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t.t.
Enjoyed making it

I had fun making it. Opened a bit the ears in order to make then easy to turn

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Bunny Materials List

What you need

Scraps of fabric
Stuffing

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.