Easy Sewing Projects For Beginners Felt Bunny
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Easy sewing projects for beginners can be fun when you have the right pattern and materials.
Today on The Inspiration Edit we have a super cute and easy sewing craft for you to try with for yourself of with the kids.
This would be a perfect gift idea for Valentines Day or Mothers Day or make a great sewing activity to teach basic stitching skills to children.
Don’t forget to download the free sewing pattern at the end of the post.
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Supplies Needed For Your Sewing Project
flic-flac 44PCS 4 x 4 inches (10 x10cm) Assorted Color Felt Fabric Sheets Patchwork Sewing DIY Craft 1mm Thick700 PCS Assorted Mixed Color Resin Buttons 2 and 4 Holes Round Craft for Sewing DIY Crafts Children’s Manual Button Painting,DIY Handmade OrnamentOutus Large-eye Stitching Needles for Leather Projects with Clear Bottle, 20 Pack
Easy Sewing Projects For Beginners: Plush Bunny
Step (1) Place the main body pattern of the template on the selected felt and carefully trace around the sides of it on the felt. You’ll need 2 of these.
Stitch the heart belly and ears with this part as it’ll be the front side of the bunny.
Work with flat blanket stitch or running stitch to attach them.
Make sure that the stitching is neat and even.
Step (8) Done adding all the details for the front side of the bunny?
Time to craft the plushie!
Take the other felt piece for the main body part.
Step (9) Place both body pieces together, with the patterned piece facing up. Stitch around the sides to join both pieces.
Step (10) Start stitching either from the bottom part or the top part.
But do not stitch all around; go to the next step for further instruction.
Step (11) Keep an opening on any one side for stuffing the bunny.
Use a pointy object, such as pen or tip of paint brush to push the stuffing through the tiny legs and eras of the bunny.
Step (12) Once the bunny is fluffy is enough you can stop stuffing and prepare needle and thread to stitch the open end.
Step (13) Stitch the open end nicely.
You can attach a ribbon loop through the open end before closing it if you want to make a key fob or charm, but it’s optional.
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