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How to Make a Bunny Big

By: Joy from XOXO Grandma
How to Make a Bunny Big

Learn How to Make a Bunny Big with long legs that is perfect for hugging when you sew up this Easter sewing idea. This adorable stuffed animal pattern is tall, cute, and surprisingly easy-to-make. Use this free sewing pattern to make a stuffed Easter bunny for your child or grandchild. If you do not have a child to make this for, it would be a funny, unexpected Easter decoration to keep in your entryway or front porch to greet your visitors. This Easter idea comes with free downloadable and printable sewing patterns for the ears, body, and clothing for the bunny.

Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: Weekend project

Sewn by: Both Hand and Machine

Intermediate

Materials List
  • fabric
  • Large pom pom
  • Embroidery threads
  • Fiber fill
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OK, I have to admit this big giant bunny is the cutest and cleverest little guy! What kid would not love receding this cutie pie? The face is embroidered which looks great, but another option might be to use fabric markers to create the face and also to add some whiskers. The little cape outfit is a hoot and something fun for the little recipient to dress up the bunny! Love the big pompom tail on its bum! Thanks for the great instructions!

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