Fuzzy Bunny Slippers FREE sewing pattern
This is the Fuzzy Bunny Slippers FREE sewing pattern from the designer merriment design.
Here’s your chance to use this free pattern and tutorial to make these cute little fuzzy DIY bunny slippers that will warm up your little one’s feet. It’s a super cute sewing project that you can make for Easter or even for those cool Autumn days and cold winter nights!
Which little one wouldn’t love to have these bunny slippers with their cute little bunny face with floppy ears on the slipper toe and a little white tail on the slipper back?
The designer used recycled felted wool sweaters for the main material, but you could use fleece instead. With a snuggly wool interior and a bottom that is non-slip you’ll have a pair of slippers that are great on hardwood floors.
The designer made these cute and comfy slippers for her 2-1/2-year-old daughter, Elise, from items that she had in her craft closet. She felted some wool sweaters to recycle the sweaters into more useful things, choosing the green super soft felted sweater for these slippers.
It was the first time that the designer felted wool sweaters and she found it to be super easy. She shows you how to felt the sweaters. If you want you can use fleece instead and it will be just as cute.
What’s needed to make Fuzzy Bunny Slippers from recycled felted sweaters:
- One felted wool sweater or you can substitute fleece,
- One piece of cream wool felt,
- One piece of pink felt,
- Black embroidery thread and hand sewing needle,
- Grip stop fabric for slipper bottom (cotton fabric with little non-slip rubber circle grippers),
- Good fabric scissors.
So once you have made a pair of Fuzzy Bunny Slippers you can then use this pattern as a base to make all kinds of creatures – bears, cats, dogs, you name it. You can also size up on a copier the Bunny Slipper sewing pattern for bigger kids.
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