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Updated January 17, 2018
Fat Quarter Easter Bunny
Fat Quarter Easter Bunny
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What do you get when you cross a love of easy Easter crafts, a fat quarter, and thirty minutes of sewing time? One of the quirkiest and cutest how to make a bunny sewing projects, that's what! Learn how to make the Fat Quarter Bunny and you will not be able to stop sewing up this precious little hopper. Whether you make these easy Easter crafts for your kids to play with or just set them out as DIY Easter decorations, they are sure to be a big hit.

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These fat quarter bunnies are so stinking cute for sureand so fast and easy to make that I can see getting carried away and ending up with a whole bunch of them. I would not have thought to add rice and then some stuffing to make it sit better. I alove the hair bow idea too. So cute for Easter baskets or decoration. Very inexpensive and will be great in the basket or table decoration. Thanks.

Oh my goodness these are too cute! What a great decoration for Easter!

A poufy spring bunny made out of a fat quarter of fabric is delightful. The bunnies have such happy faces and their oversized ears adds to their charm. Easy to make several at one time. These bunnies keep their roly-poly shape as they are filled with a bit of polyfill and rice. Nice spring craft project.

OH I love the sachet idea mentioned in the comment below! If you left a little opening you could also fill it with wrapped candy eggs or jelly beans in some food wrap! The little eyes and mouth are so cute! Alternatively you could draw the face on with some fabric markers if you were short on time or preferred not to embroider it on! Add a little blush pink to the insides of the ears for some extra whimsy!

How cute are these and super quick to make, the tutorial is really easy to follow and they do not use much fabric so you can use scraps or fat quarters. They would make a really cute Easter gift to give alongside an Easter egg. I am planning on putting some lavender inside mine to make them in scented sachets as I think they would look great on my dressing table.


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