Little Bunny DIY Decor

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Little Bunny DIY Decor
Little Bunny DIY Decor
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Add some sweet decor to your home this Easter with this adorable DIY bunny that doubles as a fun gift for your little one. This Little Bunny DIY Decor is the perfect addition to your kitchen table, living room, or grandchild's Easter basket and comes with a printable template for making your bunny. Made with soft and cuddly flannel, this DIY Easter project also shows you how to create a faux chenille effect to your project, so that it looks like expensive home decor while being super budget-friendly. If you've been searching for a last minute gift to fill your child's Easter basket, or just want to empty out your fabric scraps, then you'll love this whimsical sewing pattern.

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Sewn byMachine


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A flannel chenille bunny for an Easter decoration is quite unique. This would make for a cute baby shower gift too. It is surprisingly easy to reproduce the chenille effect as the instructions indicate and after just one washing the bunny blooms into a soft huggable critter. Thanks for a delightful tutorial.

Well Easter is just around the corner and its a good time to start sewing up a storm making little Easter gifts for the children in the family. This is certainly a lovely one to try and I guess the only limit if your imagination as far as colours go. I suppose you could also choose to leave the fabric plain - without the faux chenille effect - for variation?

At first this seemed like a lot of work to crest the chenille effect, but once you get going, it really is cool! If you don't have a walker foot, you can hand baste the four sections with an X pattern to keep it from shifting, and once you have machine stitched all the diagonals, just rip,out the basting. Super cute idea! Love it!


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