Sweet Bunny Softies To Make

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Here’s a lovely collection of free projects for soft & cuddly bunnies…these make great homemade Easter gifts (and loved all year round). There is one knitting pattern and the rest are for sewing. Enjoy! (PS: If you’re looking for Easter crafts, check out Tipnut’s Easter Goodies for all kinds of goodies).

twigandthistle.com

twigandthistle.com

Easter: Template to download, print onto fabric to keep the design or just use it as a template if you like.

Bowling: How cute are these! Made with cotton, twill or canvas.

etsy.com

etsy.com

bhg.com

bhg.com

Knitted: Knit a cheerful floppy-eared fellow in simple stockinette stitch; you’ll just need a few skeins of colorful yarn.

Pink: This adorable rabbit makes the perfect Easter decoration or gift for your little one.

womansday.com

womansday.com

childmadetutorials.blogspot.ca

childmadetutorials.blogspot.ca

Valentine Hearts: Clever & easy! The body and feet are heart shaped, tutorial is nicely done with lots of pictures.

Mooshy Belly: Recycled from a happy stripey t-shirts, these are squooshy and simple to whip up.

chezbeeperbebe.blogspot.ca

chezbeeperbebe.blogspot.ca

hazelnutgirl.blogspot.ca

hazelnutgirl.blogspot.ca

The Hazelnuts: I love this design…uses felt pieces, stuffing and involves simple hand sewing.

Felt: So cute! Supplies include a 10″ felt square, batting, pom-pom for the tail and felt scraps for the features.

scribbit.blogspot.ca

scribbit.blogspot.ca

chubbyhobby.com

chubbyhobby.com

Ballet Plush: Cute and a great way to use up scraps.

Recycled Sweaters: Materials are two sweaters and scraps of wool or felt.

craftzine.com

craftzine.com

nicoleellison.typepad.com

nicoleellison.typepad.com

Raggedy Old Annies: Wow, now this is crafty! Two pdf files to download, one for instructions and the other for pattern pieces.

Cashmere: So lovely! Materials include a cashmere sweater, cotton print (just a scrap for the ears) and Fiberfill.

betzwhite.com

betzwhite.com

missyballance.typepad.com

missyballance.typepad.com

Pillow: Has a little pocket to tuck two softies inside.

Fluffy Stuffy: Super cuddly, made with white fluffy fleece.

allsorts.typepad.com

allsorts.typepad.com

mairuru.blogspot.ca

mairuru.blogspot.ca

Sitting Plush: Tutorial is for the cat version but you just need to adjust the length of the ears and legs for the rabbit.

Marshmallow: Made with felt or cuddly fleece, polyester stuffing and embroidery floss.

dandelionsandlace.blogspot.ca

dandelionsandlace.blogspot.ca

revoluzzza.com

revoluzzza.com

Revoluzzzionary: Pretty simple design with a few extra touches to make it special.

Regina: This has a basic body shape that can be transformed into a rabbit, a cat or pretty much any animal you like.

thehandmadehome.net

thehandmadehome.net

sew4home.com

sew4home.com

Chocolate: Uses a Minkey Double-Sided Cuddle Fabric, a scrap of cotton print for the ears and buttons for the eyes, stuffed with fiberfill.

Funny: Supplies needed include Cotton Chenille Dot and a pretty cotton print, features floppy ears, arms and legs, button eyes and a hand embroidered nose & mouth.

sew4home.com

sew4home.com

larkcrafts.com

larkcrafts.com

Hoppy: Transform a favorite winter scarf (20″ or longer) into this cuddly toy.

Crochet Spring: Adorable with floppy-ears and complete with a carrot or flower.

craftzine.com

craftzine.com

simplesimonandco.com

simplesimonandco.com

Flannel Buddies: These little guys are simple to whip up as large or small as you like. No template provided but it provides instructions.

Jack Rabbit: You’ll need two contrasting materials (quilting or home decor weight), a bit of felt, buttons, embroidery floss and stuffing.

themaryfrancesproject.blogspot.ca

themaryfrancesproject.blogspot.ca

Also check out the Boo Boo Bunny tutorials found here. For more stuffed toy ideas see this page.

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Published: March 26, 2007
Updated: September 4, 2012

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3 Comments to “Sweet Bunny Softies To Make”
  1. Dottie Rubalcaba says:

    love your blog. thank you for working so hard to find so many tutorials for us.

  2. liZ says:

    Thanks for sharing our bunny buddies! What an awesome round up!

  3. jacky says:

    this is awesome… finally a site with all of my fluffy bunny needs.


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