It’s Bunny Sewing Time! I don’t know about you, but I love sewing for Easter. Here’s not one bunny sewing pattern, but 20 free sewing patterns with a bunny to inspire you to sew for Easter – or anytime! There are bunny bags, bunny softies, bunny applique designs, and more.
Sew and easy tote bag and put a cute bunny applique on it. The Egg Finding Bag Pattern has it all!
Sew a Bunny Hooded Towel for the perfect baby gift.
These Bunny Sachets are so tiny and cute – perfect for using up fabric scraps.
The Snuggle Bunny Softie patterns would sew into a lovely Easter bunny, don’t you think?
This DIY Bunny Slippers Sewing Pattern would be perfect for a girl or a boy.
Go Bunny Bowling with these too cute bowling pins shaped like little rabbits.
Free bunny hat sewing pattern using fleece. I want one too!
Bunny and Kitty softies from Gingermelon are so simple and sweet.
Here you can sew a DIY Stuffed Bunny from regular cotton fabrics and polyester fiberfill. She even has a pocket on the front!
The Free Bunny Bag Pattern from Sew Much Ado makes such a darling basket too.
This Bunny Backpack Pattern is a classic. So many little girls would be in love.
The adorable stuffed bunny pattern from Sew4Home looks so professional – a perfect bunny!
Or sew a Sock Bunny – he’s a whimsical little bundle of love.
The Bunny Face Bag pattern from SewVery is another adorable bunny applique design.
This Free Marshmallow Bunny Pattern looks good enough to eat!
The DIY Bunny Pillow Pattern from Sew Historically would look perfect on my spring porch!
This Farmhouse style bunny pillow pattern is what you need to sew when you are short on time but still need a cute gift!
Jennifer Jangle’s Bunny Mini Quilt will put spring in your step!
Hop-fully you found just the bunny you needed! Happy sewing!
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