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Bunny with coat sewing pattern

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Bunny with coat sewing pattern This is the Bunny with coat sewing pattern from the designer 10 x 2 Studio.

This project is perfect for upcycling your winter flannel bedding, your favorite baby clothes, shirt, or just gives you a reason to use up small scraps of fabric, or go to a fabric store.

The Bunny hands and arms are attached with thread so they won’t hold their position if you move them. The designer decided to do this as it was the easiest and quickest way to make a Bunny.

The coat is reversible so it can be fun and neutral at the same time.

When you have finished making your very own Bunny it will be approximately 7″ (18 cm) tall without the ears.

Bunny with coat sewing pattern

The designer made this tutorial and pattern so that the process of making the Bunny was as easy as possible. That was this is a perfect project for a beginner sewer.

With this listing, you will be able to download, view, and print the following:-

  • Patterns for the Bunny (two options for ears) and coat.
  • A tutorial for the Bunny.
  • A tutorial for Bunny’s coat.
  • Crown instructions.
  • Suggestions of which fabrics to use.

Bunny with coat sewing pattern

The designer worked very hard on making the images as nice as possible and we can see she succeeded. She reminds you, therefore, that you will get the best results if you view/print them in the high-resolution mode. You should note that viewing/printing them in an average or low quality will diminish the quality.

This pattern is also part of a bundle which you can view HERE.

If you would like to download the Bunny with coat sewing pattern you can click on the blue button below.

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