Make your own cute wee sock bunnies with this free pattern and tutorial from Tina at Miss Daisy Patterns. The bunnies can be made with different coloured felt, creating different characters, add accessories such as buttons and bows to customise.

Materials:

  • 1 white sports sock size 6 – 11
  • White felt (see pattern for amount)
  • Pink felt (see pattern for amount)
  • Black felt (see pattern for amounts)
  • Craft filler polyester
  • White sewing thread
  • Black embroidery thread / floss
  • Pink yarn

Tools:

  • Scissors (paper & material)
  • Sewing needle & embroidery needle with a large eye
  • Printer & A4 paper

Download the pattern 

 and print on A4 paper at 100%

Sock Bunnies - DIY

To make:

Cut out the pattern amounts and colours listed on the printed pdf.

Cut out a strip of pink felt 12″ x 1″ (not included on the pattern)

Sock Bunnies - DIY

Start with the ears, lay the pink felt in the centre of the white felt.

Sock Bunnies - DIY

Work a running stitch around the pink felt attaching it to the white felt.

(Guide to the stitches linked at the bottom of this tutorial)

Sock Bunnies - DIY

Lay all of the pieces aside for the moment.

Sock Bunnies - DIY

Take the sock and lay flat on the table.

Sock Bunnies - DIY

Cut in two at the position shown in the image below.

Sock Bunnies - DIY

Open up the sock and lay flat with the heel section facing towards you.

Sock Bunnies - DIY

Stuff the top section of the sock with the craft filler, this will be the bunny’s head.

Take the sewing needle and the white thread, work a running stitch and pull tight, secure the thread.

Sock Bunnies - DIY

Stuff the body with the craft filler.

Sock Bunnies - DIY

The heel of the sock will sit forward and the ankle section will sit towards the back of the bunny body.

Take the needle and thread, sew the base of the bunny closed.

Sock Bunnies - DIY

Wrap the pink yarn around your four fingers, approximately 30 times, slid off your fingers.

Sock Bunnies - DIY

Take a piece of the yarn and tie off the middle of the wrapped yarn.

Sock Bunnies - DIY

Cut through the wrapped yarn on both sides. Trim off any excess strands of yarn.

Sock Bunnies - DIY

Pull the yarn forward, holding onto the base of the tail.

Sew the tail in place at the base of the bunny body.

Sock Bunnies - DIY

Sock Bunnies - DIY

Stand up the bunny.

Press the head down onto the body.

Sock Bunnies - DIY

Sock Bunnies - DIY

Sew around the neckline.

Sock Bunnies - DIY

The bunny body will end up looking this.

Sock Bunnies - DIY

Take out all of the bunny pattern pieces.

Sock Bunnies - DIY

Sew the ears onto the top of the head, pink facing forward and the white of the ears to the back.

Use the toe line of the sock as a guide.

Sock Bunnies - DIY

Wrap the strip of pink felt around the bunny’s neck and position the heart as shown in the image. Sew in place.

Sock Bunnies - DIY

Sew the eyes and nose in place.

Sock Bunnies - DIY

Take the embroidery needle and the black floss / thread, using the 6 strands thread the needle.

Sew the bunny mouth in place, using the back stitch.

Sock Bunnies - DIY

Sew the whiskers in place.

Sock Bunnies - DIY

Overlap the felt feet as shown in the image below.

Sock Bunnies - DIY

Place the bunny on top of the feet.

Sock Bunnies - DIY

Sew the felt in place using a running stitch.

Sock Bunnies - DIY

Your cute wee bunny is all ready to hug.

I do hope you liked this free pattern and will enjoy making it as much as I liked creating it.  If you like my free content and would like to see me creating more, please consider buying me a coffee. Thank you for your support!

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Sock Bunnies - DIY

Sock Bunnies - DIY

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