Introduction: Bunny Tutorial
Thank you very much again people from Instructables for featuring my first tutorial (plushie turtle)
This has encourage me to share with you this second tutorial <3
This bunny is original from a cosplay i made some time ago, but can also make a nice bunny plushie by itself. A recent subscriber asked for a bunny plushie tutorial so here it is :)
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Step 1: Pattern and Materials
I know it's a bad picture of the pattern, it's just so you can see how easy it is.
A circle for the head, you can even change the shape of the ears (make them longer or thicker), and an uneven trapezoid for the body.
1.- Some of the materials you'll need: Scissors, polar fleece (white and pink or purple), pins, needle, matching yarn, synthethic cotton (for filling) and the pattern :D
2.- The first you need to do is cut the pieces in the polar fleece. 2 of the head, 4 ears and 2 bodies. The dress will be a polar fleece rectangle.
3.- Start sewing the pieces together, here you can see the stitch i use the most.
4.- Just leave a little part without sewing, so you can turn the inside out later.
5.- Once is inside out, preceed to fill the head and body with synthethic cotton.
6.- Once they are filled we close the hole with regular stitches.
7.- We also close the upper part of the body.
8.- Now we sew head and body together, don't worry so much if it isn't perfect, the dress will cover this part
9.- Now the ears, we have to be a little more careful with this, luckyly polar fleece is very soft and sometimes it conceals bad stitches
10.- Here is where we add the dress, sewing it to the "neck" of the bunny.
11.- Hehe, our bunny is almost complete :3
12.- Now.. the final detail! The eyes, which gives the bunny the magical expression
They are just 2 dots made with a little piece of yarn, you can mark them with a color pin before if you feel insecure with the possition
13.- TA-DA!!!! our bunny is ready for the Con!
I hope you enjoy it, and please let me see your creatins if you use this tutorial :D