Easter Bunnies

March 28, 2012


As Easter is just around the corner, I thought I might have a go at making some little bunnies.  I had some leftover pieces of woolen blanket from this embroidered coat, which I thought would be perfect for some furry friends.

My honey bought me this book for Christmas which had a basic bunny pattern.  It is a simple style, just two pieces sewn together, turned out and stuffed, with some hand sewing details here and there, and a wee embroidered face.


I have made a swag of these bunnies, each with their own coloured scarf.  Most of them were gifts for friends and the last few went to some new homes on the weekend.

Bunny's woodland pals - "Fox" and "Raccoon" are almost finished too (my own adaptation of the design).   If they are not too shy, I'll share some pics of them when they are ready to venture out in public :)

xx

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12 comments:

  1. It's adorable and will be a treasured gift for years to come I'm sure.

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  2. Your Easter Bunny is adorable! Please put one in your Etsy shop, please! And then tell me first :)
    Cate

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  3. What an adorable wee bunny, he is just seriously gorgeous ♥

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  4. Your bunnies are gorgeous! So sweet and lovely.

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  5. What a sweet little rabbit!

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  6. very sweet - a family of those would be gorgeous

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  7. lovely bunny.. and pastel tones.. so springly ;)

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  8. So sweet! Love that face and the scarf!

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  9. Awww - he's lovely. I love the little scarf.

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  10. awwww.. such a cute little bunny! He is so gorgeous :)

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  11. These bunnies are just gorgeous. Your friends are lucky to receive such beautiful gifts.

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  12. Looking for bunny face ideas I came across your sweet little bunny Lisa..... so cute and perfect in that woollen fabric. Did you hear me screech when I clicked on your book link and found it is a book I already have! I'd completely forgotten I'd got it on my shelf - so happy!

    Greetings from Wales!

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