Bunny Doll Patterns for All Ages
Happy, fluffy, friendly bunny doll patterns… what’s not to like?!
This adorable bunny says Welcome! Holding bunches of carrots and flowers (which you can either paint or make from fabric) bunny hangs out at your front door or on a wall, putting a smile on guests’ faces as they enter, and delights any children that come to visit.
Old MacBunny has a farm and it looks like he is planting carrots. Smart bunny! The pattern for this adorable semi-jointed doll also includes the wire for his glasses. And, since every farmer needs a wife . . . .
Enter Ester MacBunny! Her apron is on and it looks like she’s ready for anything, maybe gardening or baking some cookies for after lunch. Who knows what the day will bring when you are a farmer’s wife?! Mary Kerr’s easy to follow instructions include several cute ideas for Ester’s accessories. And, again, the wire for Ester’s glasses is included with the pattern.
Blossom Bunny is so very ready for Spring (me too! how about you?!) with her beautiful jacket sporting button and yo-yo flowers, embroidery, and applique. Her hat has flowers, too. The 8″ x 10″ inch “no stitch” sampler has a friendship poem and is embellished with yo-yo flowers.
The Bunny Stuff pattern make a bunny doll holding a nice size bag that’s perfect for filling with treats. Leave a bowl and decorate at the same time. Or you can use the bunny as an Easter basket and fill it with candy and toys for your favorite little one. Once they are finished with the contents, they can use the bowl to hold any little treasures they want to have handy.
Time’s a wastin’! Hop to it and make a bunny doll . . . . or two, or three!