Make Cute Bunny Bunting

Decorate your home this Easter with this fantastic Bunny Bunting designed and made by our fantastic DMU Textiles degree student helpers Laura and Ellie. This lovely garlands brings a much needed touch of warmth to the colder days and looks adorable adorning Crafty Sew & So’s window.

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It’s not long now until we celebrate Easter. As well as devouring chocolate eggs and bunnies why not try getting crafty this Easter and make your very own Bunny Bunting! Grab yourself some fat quarters and download our cute bunny template.

To make twelve you will need:

  • Downloadable Bunny Template
  • 4 fat quarters of complimentary printed cotton fabric
  • 1/2 metre Heavy Weight Interfacing
  • Erasable pen or chalk (I love Frixion pens, available at Crafty Sew & So)
  • 12 Pom Pom’s
  • Twine/ribbon
  • Wooden pegs
  • Pinking shears
  • Glue
  • Sewing Machine, or needle and thread

How to make the Bunnies

Step One

Sandwich the thick interfacing between your two chosen pieces of  fabric. Ensure both pieces are right side out.  Pin the pieces together or use a little sprintz of 505 basting spary to hold the layers together.



Step Two

Now cut out your bunny template and  use an erasable marker to draw the outline of your template on to the right side of material. I love FriXion pens, they’re essentially regular writing pens but can be ironed away.  You might want to pin the ears down as they can wobble about a little. Unpin the Bunny and re-pin the 3 layers of material together without the paper template.



Step Three

Now comes the sewing bit! Using a zigzag stitch, sew slowly around the outline. Don’t worry about it being too neat.

stitched rabbit


Step Four

Next iron away the pen markings, if you used a FriXion pen. Now cut out the bunny with pinking shears, being careful not to cut through any of your stitch lines.



Step Five

Using fabric or pva glue stick on a pom-pom onto one side of the bunny.  Now you have a cute little Easter decoration. Repeat with the remaining material.

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Finally attach the bunnies to a length of twine. I liked using mini pegs but you can just as easily sew them on. Alternatively you can hide them in the garden or about the house for a fun Easter day hunt.

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Have a very Happy Easter from everyone at Crafty Sew & So


Rebekah x



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