1 fat quarter
embroidery floss and needle
She would make a cute addition to any nursery!my template here. If you're making your own, remember that your pattern needs to be about 1/4" bigger all around to account for your seams.
Iron your fabric and turn it over so the wrong side is facing up. Trace your pattern on the fabric once, then flip the pattern over and trace it again.
Cut out your bunny shapes. They should be mirror images of each other.
Do the same for the nose.
Using embroidery floss, stitch on a mouth and some eyes.
and stitch around the edge with a 1/8"-1/4" seam. Leave a 2" opening for turning and stuffing your bunny.
Clip the curved edges and corners.
Stuff him up nice and full and hand stitch the opening shut!
Tie a little ribbon around the neck and you're done!
He adds a nice splash of color to his other bland bunny friends!