How to make an Easter Bunny

If you like my Keepsake Critters and want to sew one of your own then hop on over to Maggy at Red Ted Art and check out the Easter Bunny sewing tutorial I wrote featuring my very own Binky Babbit.

I love Maggy’s version with his knitted red scarf and floppy ears and I’d love to see your Easter Bunny too, you can email me pics of your finished Easter Bunny to ruth@summerlandcreative.com

The tutorial is broken down into easy to follow steps with photographs to follow and includes free downloadable pattern.  If you need stuffing or fabric inspiration then check out my sewing supplies pages for fabric packs and wadding.

 

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2 Responses to How to make an Easter Bunny

  1. maggy, red ted art March 16, 2011 at 4:23 am #

    This pattern gets the big thumbs up – I class myself as a rubbish sewer, but it worked!! (ears are only floppy due to material used though ;-) ) AND mine is much fatter!!!

    • Ruth March 16, 2011 at 4:26 am #

      I’m just doing a rabbit with soft ears, I think they look nice this way too. It is the stretch of the jersey that makes them fatter, the original Binky is made from a pillowcase so there is no give to the fabric.

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