Fabric Bunnies Tutorial

Fabric Bunnies Tutorial | Optimistic Mommy

We’ve been “hopping” with lots of Spring and Easter crafts lately. ¬†ūüėČ ¬†This Friday is no different! ¬†Check out these super cute, and super easy to make fabric bunnies! ¬†They require just a few supplies and only a few minutes to put together! ¬†These are perfect to go along with your Easter/Spring display, or make smaller ones to put in your children’s Easter baskets!

Supplies:

  • Fabric cut into square pieces (the bunnies pictured are from 6″ and 9″ squares)
  • Needle & thread
  • Poly-fil stuffing
  • Yarn pom poms

Begin by hand stitching across the fabric, a little more than half way up. Stitch at an angle to the top, center of the fabric and then back down to where you started.

Fabric Bunnies Tutorial | Optimistic Mommy

Pull thread tight, gathering the fabric into a ball. Fill the ball that is created with the stuffing to create the head of the bunny. Draw the thread tighter to close the opening and knot.

Fabric Bunnies Tutorial | Optimistic Mommy

Fold the loose part of the fabric over the head and stitch the two edges together inside out to create the body of the bunny.

Fabric Bunnies Tutorial | Optimistic Mommy

Turn the body right side out and fill with stuffing. With the needle and thread, draw the opening closed and knot.

Fabric Bunnies Tutorial | Optimistic Mommy

Attach the yarn pom pom to the backside of the bunny for the tail.

Fabric Bunnies Tutorial | Optimistic Mommy

Tip: You could add a washer or a bag of rice to the inside of the bunny body to give it weight if you choose.

Don’t forget to check out the other Easter & Spring crafts that have been posted!

Easy Happy Easter Banner Tutorial | Optimistic Mommy

Spring Vase & Easter Banner Tutorial | Optimistic Mommy

 

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Comments

  1. They came out great and I love that you used a different fabric for each one. It makes them extra cute that way!!

  2. Those are soo adorable and pretty too! Thanks for this idea!

  3. Awwww!!!! Those are incredibly cute!!!

  4. Oh how adorable are these? Seriously. I want to make like 5 of them and put them on my mantle. I might do that!

  5. Wow, I love this and it is super clever thanks for sharing.

  6. These are so cute! I think I can could even manage making these. I love that you can make these adorable little bunnies with all sorts of leftover spring themed fabrics!

  7. OMG this craft reminds me of my childhood. My mom would always make something like this to hold ice for little scrapes and bumps. We called it boo-boo bunny. This takes me back. – Katy

  8. Helene Cohen Bludman says

    These are just the cutest! I’m sure mine would not look nearly this good — I am really challenged with crafts.

  9. These are SOOOOO CUTE! My daughter would flip if I made these for her, and I hope she would want to help too!

  10. That is just adorable and so crafty.

  11. Really cute and festive bunnies! I love the buttons for flower petals! You are ready for Easter!

  12. I love all your recent Easter and spring crafts! You have been doing a great job—I love them all!

  13. Oh my gosh, those are adorable!! Thanks for the tutorial I’m going to try this.

  14. These are so cute and I just so happen to have some fabric scraps I could use to make them!

  15. What a cute craft! That polka-dotted bunny is adorable!

  16. Awww now those are super cute! You are so creative, I just love this idea!

  17. These are so cute & I love the fabrics you chose.

  18. Oh my goodness, these are just absolutely precious! I love that you could make them in a myriad of fabrics!

  19. Those are awesome! Thanks!

  20. These are adorable! We will have so much fun making them ūüôā

  21. This is great craft idea for people who celebrate the Easter Bunny. It looks like a lot of fun.

  22. What a great craft ides. They are so cute and colorful!

  23. Oh how cute I want to make these love it. So creative!

  24. Aww, these are adorable! My daughter loves to make things like this, I’ll have to show her this post!

  25. awww how cute is this whole look. Next holiday is Easter, time to start gearing up, and I can use some of my smaller pieces of fabric!!! Woo hooo!

  26. Alaina Brown says

    Cute little bunnies!

  27. Very good post! We will be linking to this particularly great post on our website. Keep up the great writing.

  28. Hi Courtney,
    These bunnies are so cute! I wrote an article on Easter sewing for Quilting Focus, which is a New Zealand quilting directory site, and I included a link to your sweet rabbits.
    https://quiltingfocus.com/2016/03/gorgeous-easter-sewing-projects/
    Thanks for sharing!

  29. I remember making washcloth bunny’s for a teachers baby shower.

  30. I loved making the fabric bunnies. They are so cute and easy to make. I have lots of small squares. Everyone also has loved receiving them as gifts. I decorated the bows with tiny little flowers as an added touch. Also added googly eyes. So adorable. Thanks for this cute idea.

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