Easter Bunny Sewing Roundup

Wow – Easter is right around the corner!

I’ve been doing some Easter crafting, but I don’t have anything ready to show you yet! So I thought it would be fun to do a little roundup of sweet Easter bunnies – and there’s still plenty of time for you to sew these up!

21 Easter Bunnies to Sew

Eek! These guys are so darling! That chenille fabric makes them look so vintage!
From: Sew 4 Home

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This little Chenille Bunny has always been one of my favorites – it looks so soft and sweet.
From: Sew Much Ado

This Sew and Tell Rabbit is soooo cute!! I love his little button nose! And of course, all the rick rack.
From: Me Sew Crazy

Sock Bunnies! These would be so quick and easy to do – and there are so many fabulous sock prints out there. You could come up with some really quirky bunnies!
From: Lil Boo Blue

Ok – how fun are these little guys? Their faces are so sweet!
From: Quilted Cupcake

Changing up the fabrics makes for fun and unique bunnies – I love this little Menswear Bunny!
From: Martha Stewart

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I made these little guys eons ago! This Bunny Bowling pattern is so cute and fun.
From: The Long Thread on the Etsy Blog

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Here are mine – just to show ya. I made these back in March 2010 btb (before the blog).
They were kind of silly.

This little Linen Bunny would make a gorgeous decoration! You could pair it with some lovely faux eggs and some moss.
From: EAB Designs

Here’s another little sock bunny tutorial – this time from baby socks. So sweet.
From: Elsie Marley

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These little guys are super simple! I love their pinked edges too!
From The Little Fabric Blog

You can sew up both of these cuties from the same tutorial – aren’t they great? I think I’d have to go with the little guy with legs though.
From: Revoluzza

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Gah – how fun are these little Bunny Hand puppets? You could make up a whole easter family!
From: Purl Bee

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Ok, technically this isn’t a bunny softie (I didn’t even include it in the count!)¬†– but it was too cute not to share! This little bunny bag is so darling.
From: NanaCompany

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This little Bunny Pal has an egg to hold! I love his eyes and those floppy ears!
From: Lark Crafts

Wee Tiny Bunny Sachets!! These would be super quick to do!
From: Craft Passion

Bunny sachets on the carrot boat

I need this Mooshy Belly Bunny for my very own!! This one is super quick too!
From: Chez Beeper Bebe

This awesomeness would be perfect for your little guys – I know mine would have loved his quirkiness!
From: Creative Dish

I’m pretty sure I need a whole basket of these little Peeps bunnies! They have little “arms” to hold a gift too!
From: Mommy Savers

This Jack Rabbit Softie is so fun – and not too girlie either – so you could make him up for your little guy for Easter!
From: The Mary Frances Project

Every time I find another I think, “Oh, this is my favorite”¬† – aren’t these little bunnies so fun and unique? They’re faces just kill me.
From: The Handmade Home

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This awesome guy is made from a repurposed scarf! You could use any fabric though – it would be so cute in a floral print too!
From: Lark Crafts

Heart. Nose. That’s all I have to say about that.
From: All Sorts

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Here’s a fun add-on to the list – these little Roly-Poly Fabric Easter Bunnies that I made up out of vintage sheets. They are so fun and easy to make!

Roly Poly Fabric Easter Bunnies

Aren’t you in love? I just want to sew them all up!

9 Comments

  • Reply February 27, 2013

    Holly Lefevre

    Love those sweet Bunnies! Pinned…and hoping to make at least one of these cuties!

  • Reply February 28, 2013

    Renee H

    Thanks for all the ideas. My daughter and I made quite a few of the mooshy belly ones for the cousins for Christmas. Super easy and so cute!! Thanks!!

  • Reply February 28, 2013

    Maureen

    Thanks for all the bunny posts. My daughter and sugar don’t mix too well so what I tend to do for her Easter basket is I make her something, she gets some art supplies and a small solid chocolate bunny that she never finishes. Last year I found some beautiful fleece at Hancock Fabric that was a Thomas Kincade print of Snow White looking at the castle from the woods. It was a $20/yd fabric that I got on clearance for $5/yd. I finished the edges all nice and pretty and she still has it on her bed and she loved it so much that it has been on vacation to Myrtle Beach and to my Aunt and Uncles house in Long Island, NY. The only problem I’m going to have this time is figuring out which bunnies I’m going to do because I really really love them all! Thanks for your wonderful posts it’s always a joy to read them.

  • Reply February 28, 2013

    Dolly Sarrio

    Hi, I have been following you for awhile now and love your blog. These bunnies are so cute…Please join me over at one of The Hibiscus House Blogs, dolly’s designs for our The Creative Blog Hop…share your creations tell your friends..It is to be weekly starts on Mondays runs a week of course. Share your crafts, talents, sewing, painting, furniture redo…sculpting, Here is the link if you are interested
    http://dollysdesigns.blogspot.com/2013/02/dollys-designs-creative-blog-hop-1.html

  • Reply February 28, 2013

    Gretchen Peacock

    I love your bunny round-up. Thanks for taking the time to put it together. I think I will be sewing at least one bunny for spring…that is if it ever gets here in New England!!!

  • Reply February 28, 2013

    Michele @ The Scrap Shoppe

    Great round up, Bev! I think the bunny sack may be my fave so I’m glad you included it!! :)
    Can’t wait to see what Easter crafts you have up your sleeves!

  • Reply February 28, 2013

    Judy Clark

    Bev – These are just darling. Thanks for sharing.

    Judy

  • I love this round-up of bunnies! I need to get sewing!

  • Reply March 5, 2013

    Jenn/Rook No. 17

    They’re all so cute, but I think the Purl Bee ones are my fav!

    Jenn

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