No-Sew Fabric Bunny

Use up your fabric scraps to make an adorable no-sew fabric bunny!

No-Sew Fabric Bunny

Last week I started working on my Spring crafts. I made some really cute and easy carrots out of paper bags.

I thought they looked kind of lonely on the shelf all by themselves, so I decided to make a cute little no-sew fabric bunny to go with them.

And I enjoyed making this bunny so much that I plan to make some more as soon as I get a chance!

This easy DIY is also part of this month’s Spring upcycle challenge hosted by Terrie from Decorate & More with Tip. Be sure to check out her blog for some fun inspiration ideas!

If you’re here from Terrie’s blog, welcome! I’m so glad you’re here!

Upcycle Challenge

How to make a no-sew fabric bunny

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What you need:

materials needed for no-sew fabric bunny
  • Fabric scraps
  • Bunny template (here)
  • Cotton ball
  • Poly-Fil
  • Rotary cutter or scissors
  • Hot glue gun and glue sticks

What you do:

Step 1

First, you’ll need to print and cut out the bunny template.

Next, take a piece of fabric and fold it in half. Or you can use two different colors. Either way, you’ll need 2 pieces on top of each other.

Lay the bunny template on top of the fabric. Pin it down so it doesn’t move while you’re cutting it. (FYI – I had to use sewing needles because I couldn’t get to my pins! lol!)

Step 1 - pin the bunny template to the fabric

Step 2

Cut around the bunny template with a rotary cutter or scissors. I use a rotary cutter just because it’s easier for me.

You should have 2 pieces of bunny-shaped fabric.

If you accidentally cut through the ear as I did, it’s no big deal. It’s going to be glued together anyway.

step 2 - cut out the bunny

Step 3

Lay the fabric pieces together with the wrong sides facing each other.

Start gluing the ears first, but don’t glue all the way around just yet. Add a tiny bit of Poly-fil to the ears. Be careful not to stuff too much or it will just come apart.

I used a chopstick to carefully push the stuffing into the ears.

step 3 - stuff the bunny

Step 4

Now all you have to do is just keep gluing and stuffing!

Once you get to the bottom, leave a little hole to make sure you’re satisfied with the stuffing. If not, add a little more. Once you’re satisfied with the amount of stuffing, glue the hole shut.

step 4 - glue and stuff the no-sew fabric bunny

Step 5

Grab a cotton ball and cut it in half. Use the hot glue to glue the cotton ball half to the no-sew fabric bunny.

step 5 - add the cotton ball

That’s it! The no-sew fabric bunny is complete!

no-sew fabric bunny

Now let’s go see what Corine is upcycling today!

Don’t forget to visit all the spring upcycle DIYs for some great inspiration!

DECORATE AND MORE WITH TIP | BLESSINGS BY ME | JUNK TO GEMS | CLOCHES AND LAVENDER
 
PATINA AND PAINT | PALLET AND PANTRY | B4 & AFTERS | PURPLE HUES AND ME
 
SWEET SOUTHERN GRACE

Looking for more Spring DIYs? I recommend these:
Grapevine Wreath DIY
Can’t Touch This Cactus Flower Pot
Upcycled Mailbox Planter


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  1. Michelle, you had me at NO SEW! LOL! P.S. Your bunny is the absolute CUTEST ever! I’m definitely making pinning so I can make one for Easter!

    1. Thank you so much!! Right now the only place I can put them is on the little shelf on my living room wall. Every other room is a mess! haha! πŸ™‚

        1. We’re supposed to close on the new house at the end of the month if everything goes smoothly. We want to paint a few rooms first, then hopefully move in sometime next month. πŸ˜€

    1. Thank you so much! My grandma’s sewing machine is stored away in a tote in my basement. I keep telling myself I’m going to use it one day! lol

  2. Thanks for the great idea and the directions. I will definitely be making these for myself, and maybe a few of my grandchildren would like to make one too. Your ideas are always inspiring.

  3. Absolutely adorable fabric bunny !
    Thank you for sharing with us at Meraki Link Party. We’re delighted that you joined the party.
    Much love
    Naush

  4. Michelle, this is adorable!! I love how you used the chopstick to carefully place the stuffing. What a brilliant idea!

    I think bunnies make for some of the sweetest little decorations around the home. Not sure what it is about them but they have some serious cute appeal, don’t they?

    I’ve pinned & shared! As always, you create masterpieces. πŸ™‚ Sending you my love & prayers in hopes that you and your family are well, my friend. β™₯

    1. Thank you so much! The fabric that I used for the bunnies was from scraps that my grandma was going to use for a project before she passed away. I’m so glad that I was able to put it to good use. I just love it!

      Thank you so much for pinning and sharing! That means so much to me! We are doing well, thank you! I pray you and yours are doing well, too! Hugs and love!

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