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Little Bunny Pin Tutorial

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Thursday, March 17, 2011

Little Bunny Pin Tutorial

This week's How-To is a Little Bunny Pin by Natalie, from Woolhalla here on the Natural Kids Team. As part of the Spring and Easter themed tutorials I plan to do in the upcoming weeks I made this easy-to-make little bunny pin to wear. You can also leave the pinback off to use as a tiny play toy (over 3 years due to size).

Little Bunny Pin! Here is a tutorial to make your own little bunny pin. It looks great on a hat or jacket, or even on a spring bulb plant in the house (as you may notice below…). This one was made with a face drawn on, but if the thought of embroidering on the face doesn’t frighten you then go-for-it, and maybe even add whiskers!
To make the Bunny Pink you will need a small piece of wool felt (8 x 8 cm/ 3-1/4 x 3-1/4 inches) in whatever colour you would like your bunny, plus matching thread, pinback, bit of wool to stuff, and a marker for the face (unless you are embroidering). Please remember that the pinbacks are sharp, do not attach to bunnies for young children!
Print out the template below (right click your mouse on the image to print):
Cut out two matching felt bunnies:
Sew a pinback on one piece. Draw the face on the other piece, as shown below, or embroider it on:
Put your two pieces together; pinback on the back and face on the front. Sew around the two pieces and stuff little bits of wool stuffing into the bunny as you go:
Your little bunny pin is now ready to wear (or decorate your plants!).
Happy sewing!!

This tutorial is brought to you by Natalie, of Woolhalla

Please visit me at my blog Woolhalla where you can see my original post, find a few other free craft tutorials, plus other bits of my craft life. I like to work with natural materials, making wool felt toys and waldorf-style dolls and dollhouse dolls. I am a WAHM (Work at Home Mother) of 3 children living in a small town in BC.

My Etsy shop is Woolhalla "Heavenly Wool Creations".

4 Comments:

Blogger woolies said...

So Cute!!!!

March 17, 2011 at 11:12 AM  
Blogger mrsbeccijo said...

This will make a great rainy day project for spring, I think we have some left over pink felt!!
Beccijo

March 17, 2011 at 11:58 AM  
Blogger Felcy said...

What an exciting experience!/Hilarious! Delightful! True!/wonderful stuff! thank you!

Kids Clothes

March 18, 2011 at 12:52 AM  
Blogger germandolls said...

Cute little thing! I think I would make it in brown or dark color since my kids are messy. LOL

March 18, 2011 at 7:23 AM  

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