This Easter Bunny headband sewing pattern comes in 2 sizes; one for children and one for adults. You may use pile fabric to achieve that extra soft and fluffy effect. The printable pattern for the templates are available for instant download.
Create this beautiful Crochet bunny pendant and pop it onto your bag or hang your keys with it. With the free bunny crochet pattern and detailed instructions, I’m sure you could whip up a few of these pendant charms/keychains within a day or two.
Meet Cherry, the Bunny Coin Purse, another addition to my palm-size (3.5″ x 3.5″) animal-themed zipper coin purse pattern. Cherry is a perfect gift to sew as a zipper coin purse to store loose change, banknotes, or keys.
Remember Amy from Hooked who guest-posted an amigurumi pattern of Chinese Lantern early this year? She is back with a cuteness overload amigurumi pattern, the Golden Chicken Amigurumi, and Egg …
The lucky Chicken pattern is an easy and quick to sew project and it is perfect to sew as an ornament, pincushion, bean bag, potpourri sachet, and paperweight. Besides, you may enlarge the sewing pattern and sew it into a chicken doll or doorstopper (by filling it with sand).
Get the free crochet pattern and tutorial to make your own stuffed pig, Princess P, the amigurumi Pig.
Amigurumi Pig, Princess P, is about 5″ tall. She has a rosy chick. She likes to wear her favorite ballerina skirts and her little princess crown. Princess P (short for Peanut) is a sweet, well-mannered little girl.
Meet Lilac, the lop-eared stuffed bunny sewed out from socks! She stands at 14” tall and is cuddly and huggable, and kids will love its size as well as its iconic long lop ears. Perfect to sew as a bunny stuffed animal gift for the little ones.
With spring approaching and Easter less than a month away, let us welcome Ichigo-chan! Made from the Amigurumi Easter Bunny Crochet Pattern, she has got her ears perked up, ready to listen to all the plans you have for Easter.
BiBi Droopy Eared Sock Bunny is sewn by using a single sock, 2 black buttons, and some embroidery floss. So, if you have some socks lying around that’s either new or you never want to wear again, make many, many BiBis. If you have a pair, make twin BiBis. That’ll look really adorable!
Baby is 7” tall stuffed bunny, sew from a single sock and it has a twitchy nose. It is a perfect craft to sew if you have some don’t-know-what-to-do stray socks lying around that are still “new”. Or, you can make twins bunny with a new pair of socks.
Frankly, I have been busy with wool felting recently, be it wet felting or needle felting, this craft is absolutely addictive. I will be showing some felting tutorials as I …