Even cuter than the real thing are stuffed bunnies. Use them to decorate in the Spring and for Easter. You have time to make one or more. Sew one or two this year, another one or two next year, soon you’ll have a colony of bunnies.
Welcome Bunny greets your visitors with an armful of carrots and flowers. My guess is that he’ll surrender the flowers before he lets go of those carrots! He’d also make a great wallhanging inside the house.
Blossom Bunny is dressed in a beautiful jacket and hat embellished with yo-yos, embroidery and buttons. Instructions are also included for the embellished friendship poem sampler.
These bunnies on a Carrot Top would look adorable lined up in a planter box or even just one in a flower pot would look so cute on your front porch. Have fun playing with different fabrics for their bowties…. let your bunnies express themselves! There’s anothe pattern for Cabbage Top bunnies.
These little helpers will hold all your Bunny Stuff. Fill with candy and give one to your grandchild. Or fill his basket with hand towels and let him hold court on the sink in the guest powder room.
Ester Macbunny has seen a few Easters in her days. You’ll have lots of fun making her and then even more fun making her clothes and accessories. The pattern has easy to follow instructions and includes the wire needed for Ester’s glasses plus lots of ideas for her accessories.
Have you seen anybunny you like?