Betty Bunny Sewing PatternBetty Bunny Sewing Pattern

Materials:

  • A4 sheet of wool felt
  • 5 1/2″ ribbon & 1 button
  • 5 x 11″ piece of patterned cotton
  • Brown embroidery thread/floss
  • Embroidery thread/floss to match the felt
  • Polyester toy stuffing

Tools:

  • Pattern & print on A4 page at 100%
  • Scissors
  • Sewing needle
  • Doll sewing needle
  • Chopstick

To Make: Download and print out the pattern linked above. Cut out all of the pattern pieces in the amounts listed on the printout. Betty Bunny Sewing Pattern Using two strands of the brown embroidery thread/floss embroider the face on place using a back stitch. Use the face on the pattern as a guide. Betty Bunny Sewing Pattern Using two strands of the embroidery thread/floss matching the felt whip stitch the front and back of the bunny together, leaving a small gap marked on the pattern. Betty Bunny Sewing Pattern Repeat on the legs and the arms. Stuff the body, legs and arms with the polyester toy filler. The chopstick can be used to place the filler in the ears and feet. Whip stitch all of the openings closed. Betty Bunny Sewing Pattern Using a long doll making needle attach the arms and legs to the body. See video for reference click here. Note: Ignore using the buttons, as shown in the video. Betty Bunny Sewing Pattern

Betty Bunny Sewing Pattern To Make the Dress: Betty Bunny Sewing Pattern Turn up a single fold along the length to the material and secure in place with a running stitch. Betty Bunny Sewing Pattern Fold in half (right side to right side) and sew the material together using the running stitch, creating a tube. Turn right side out. Turn down a single fold along the top of the material and secure in place with a running stitch, slip the dress under the bunny’s arms and pull the thread gathering the material until it fits snuggly around the bunny’s body. Betty Bunny Sewing Pattern Fold the ribbon in half and sew a button onto the fold. Sew the open ends of the ribbon together. Slip over the bunny’s head and secure the ribbon to the back of the dress with a few stitches. Betty Bunny Sewing Pattern

Betty Bunny Sewing Pattern

Betty Bunny Sewing Pattern

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