DIY Felt Easter Bunny

Click on the above image and save it to your desktop.

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Start by sewing on the face. You could also use buttons or beads for the eyes.

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Sew on the ears, belly, carrot, and carrot top to the front piece. Sew on the tail to the back body piece.

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Begin stitching both pieces together.

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Leave about 2 inches open so you can stuff the bunny.

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DIY Felt Easter Bunny

Time: approx. 5 hours from start to finish

  • 9″ x 12″ felt cream-colored rectangle for body
  • Felt scraps: orange for carrot, green for carrot top, pink for ears and white for belly and tail
  • Polyfil stuffing
  • Needle, matching thread & sewing pins
  • Scissors
  • Pattern (above)
  • Vanishing fabric marker

Click and save the above pattern, print and trim out each piece. Trace the body pattern on the cream felt twice with the disappearing marker and cut out. Trace the remaining patterns onto their corresponding felt colors and trim. Using one of the two felt body pieces, start sewing the face onto the bunny. Then, on the same piece of felt, sew on the ears, belly, carrot and carrot top using matching thread. On the second body piece, sew on the tail. Using a pin, pin both body pieces together and begin to stitch the seam leaving about a 2″ opening to stuff it. See my pictures above if you’re unsure, but remember you’re not turning the fabric inside out. Stuff lightly, making sure to push stuffing into the ears, feet and arms. Stitch the opening and you’re done!

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