Introduction: Cute Bunny Plushie
This adorable bunny plushie is simple and cute! Make it as a toy, decoration, or even an add-on for an Easter basket.
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Step 1: Cut Out Your Pattern
Sketch out your pattern - size doesn't matter (it can be as big or as small as you want)
BTW I drew on the face to the main body, but you don't have to cut that out. I drew it because I always do that.
Step 2: Cut Out Your Pattern
Now, grab those scissors and start cutting!
Like I said, if you are copying this down to the extreme detail, DON'T CUT OUT THE FACE AND DETAILS I DREW ON THE BODY!
Step 3: Cut Out Your Pattern Onto the Fabric
Now pin down the pattern onto your fabric (I highly recommend felt - I use it all the time) and cut it out. The body is white, inside-of-ears is pink, and nose is black. Cut out two of the body and inside-of-ears.
Step 4: Begin the Details
Now, take one of the body cut-outs and embroider black eyes on it. Most would recommend doing a triple-french knot (if you know how to do it, do it.) but I have no idea how. So I make a really big knot and sew it in. Sorry if I'm not that helpful.
Step 5: Finish the Details
Now, you can either sew or glue the nose and inside-of-ears on the body. I didn't have any fabric glue or a glue gun on me so I sewed it on.
Step 6: Begin Sewing
Now, do an overlapping stitch and sew the two body cut-outs together. As you sew around the ears, stuff them, because it's hard to stuff them later.
Step 7: Stuff the Body and Finish
Now, stuff the body and finish off the sewing.
Step 8: YAY! Your Done!
YOU ARE NOW DONE!
If you make one, take a pic and let me know!
This is one of my mom's bears, NOT created by me or my mom. Store bought.