Floppy Eared Bunny Soft Toy - Stuffed Toy Sewing Pattern
This cute floppy eared bunny sewing pattern is easy to sew for the confident beginner. The stuffed animal pattern also includes its step-by-step tutorial.
The stuffed bunny rabbit is jointed at the arms and legs using large buttons, making it moveable up and down for added fun & character!
Add this stuffed bunny pattern to your sewing gift craft idea list for Easter, Christmas or birthdays! Downloadable printable PDF with easy, step-by-step instructions & illustrations.
The finished size of this adorable long-ear bunny is approximately 15.5" (39cm). If you would like to make a smaller bunny, then just print the pattern out at a smaller percentage (80%, 90% or less). Please see photo as an example.
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SKILL LEVEL Confident beginner / intermediate
WHAT YOU RECEIVE • Full size pattern (no scaling required) with a seam allowance already added. Just download, print & cut out the pattern! • Detailed, easy to follow, step by step, well-illustrated instructions. • A list of supplies required.
WHAT YOU'LL NEED • Sewing machine • Iron • Sewing thread • Pinking scissors • Long doll needle • Fabric pen, chalk or pencil • 2x 12 mm glass eyes, safety eyes or black buttons • 4x large buttons (for arms and legs) • 6" (15 cm) iron-on batting or interfacing (for the ears) • Toy stuffing • Ribbon • Brown hand embroidery thread (for the nose) • Upholstery thread (double, for attaching arms and legs)
Main fabric: Fine linen - 15" (40 cm) if the fabric is 60" (150 cm) wide, 18" (45 cm) if the fabric is 45" (110 cm) wide
Contrast (accent) fabric: 6" (15 cm) of your choice (preferably cotton). This will be used for the inner ears and soles of the feet.
FAQ Q: Does this pattern include one or two patterns? I notice that you have two bunnies in the photo. A: The pattern only includes one pattern. However, you can size it up or down by printing out the pattern at a larger or smaller percentage. The photo shows two bunnies to give an example of what it would look like to make a smaller bunny.
Q: Can I use my toodlers onesies as fabric? A: Absolutely! It will be slightly stretchy, but if that won't bother you, it's totally fine.
RECOMMENDED FABRICS We recommend fine linen or cotton.
Let us know if you have any questions or inquiries; we're happy to assist!
- US Imperial Measurement & UK Metric System
- Suitable for Confident Beginners - Advanced
- English Only
- Step-by-Step Instructions & Illustrations
Materials you need at home:
- Sewing Machine
- Sewing Thread
- Pinking Scissors
- Long Doll Needle
- Fabric Pen, Chalk or Pencil
- 2x 12 mm Glass Eyes, Safety Eyes or Black Buttons, 4x Large Buttons (For Arms & Legs), 6" (15 cm) Iron-On Batting or Interfacing (For The Ears) & Toy Stuffing
- Brown Hand Embroidery Thread (For The Nose)
- Upholstery Thread (Double, For Attaching Arms & Legs)
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