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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C.K.
Sweet and easy

Just with spring coming, this little bunny is fun to make. And a lot of option to decorate. Even voor a very beginner an easy project.

S
S.L.
love my bunny!!

when I downloaded the bunny pattern I had no idea I would also sign up for the embroidery class you offer, but I did. I've enjoyed playing with the embroidery stitches on my felt bunny. I'm doing a blanket stitch around the edges of the bunny instead of sewing and turning. Plan on finishing today. It's a gift for a friends child. Thank you for the free patterns and the embroidery class. At 64 I've finally learned how to correctly make french knots!!! Hoping to try out some of your patterns later.

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P.W.

Cute bunny pattern. Great for embroidery. Thank you

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J.B.
Perfect Beginner Project

Love this adorable bunny! So easy to make. It’s a great project if you are just starting out with embroidery!

K
K.D.
Twig & Tale Bunny

Great pattern, easy to follow instructions, cute bunny for Easter presents
Thank you for this pattern

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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.