Bunny Plush Sewing Pattern, Stuffed Animal Pattern, PDF File, Digital Download

$ 9.00

Celebrate spring with this adorable bunny plush pattern. This advanced sewing pattern includes a ton of tiny details to make a downright adorable plush with thread sculpted paws, twitchy whiskers, and a cute puff of a tail. Create your bunny with paws outstretched or folded in to its belly or add one folded ear to really bring your bunny's unique personality to life.

This pattern is a digital download and is available in .PDF format. 

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Your .PDF download will include the bunny pattern itself, printing instructions, suggested cutting layouts, 2 pages of sewing tips, and a step by step written tutorial along with accompanying full color photographs to help you complete your project. 

The pattern includes both a 1/4 inch seam allowance and the exact sewing lines. 

There is also a free video tutorial here: https://youtu.be/QNE-k5Z41qw

You do not need to purchase the pattern to view the video tutorial so if you are worried this project may not be suitable for you, you can watch the tutorial for an idea of what will be involved. 

The finished bunny will be approx. 6.5 inches tall (11 in including ears) and 5 inches wide at the widest point of
the body.

Tools and Materials You Will Need:
• Minky Fabric (1/4 a yard)
• 1 Pair 15mm Safety Eyes
• 1 10mm Safety Nose
• Stiff Interfacing (Optional)
• Air Soluble Pen (Optional)
• Matching Thick Thread for

+ All other sewing supplies you may need for a regular sewing project including scissors, straight pins, sewing needles, and (optionally) a sewing machine. 


Skill Level:
Advanced (9/10)
This is an advanced pattern. It includes several advanced techniques. Specific skills include sewing opposing curves, gathering, thread sculpting, working with small parts,  and hand sewing.

Important Info:
You are free to sell items created with this pattern provided that you credit the pattern to BeeZeeArt. A link back to my site (www.BeeZeeArt.com) is greatly appreciated. You may not, under any circumstances, redistribute, sell, or otherwise claim this pattern, including associated photos, as your own.

You are purchasing a digital sewing pattern in .PDF format. This is not a finished product, a kit, or a printed pattern. No physical products will be sent to you. There are no refunds. Please purchase accordingly.

Feel free to message me if you have any further questions.

Customer Reviews

Based on 50 reviews
Love this little bunny!

Great pattern! I had a little trouble with the head gusset, but I just need more practice. I guess if there is a video, I should have watched it, but I was in such a hurry to make this up! Otherwise, instructions are all well-written and thorough and I love how it turned out.

Marin Seybolt
Loved it!! :D

I bought this pattern to make for my younger cousin and she absolutely loved it! The pattern was super easy to follow and it turned out so cute!!

Fürs Baby einer Freundin hat sich sehr gef...

Fürs Baby einer Freundin hat sich sehr gefreut

Virginia W.
Soooooo Cute!

Very well-designed pattern! The tutorial video is VERY helpful and contains several tips (which I added to the printed instructions, as I went along).
I made this bunny (my first plushie ever!) from some scrap flannel I had lying around, with cotton calico accent lining the ears. Couldn’t find the right size safety nose, so embroidered one instead.

The body was completed in short order, but then hit a roadblock sewing in the second side of the head gusset at the nose - After an hour of trying, I ended up machine sewing from the ‘Point A’ side again, then hand stitching the last 1-2 cm! Any pointers on how to line up and get the machine into that spot?!?

Overall, totally loved this project, thank you! Look out nieces and nephews - everyone’s getting a bun this year!

Tracey Puig
Bunny Hop Delight

This is the first little bunny I have sewn.
She is for an Easter set I am giving to my cousin's daughters.
She isn't perfect. But I hope that my cousin's daughters like them. I have to make two more.
I love the video tutorial that goes along with the pattern.
I am going to watch now before I sew the next bunny.
Great job on the teaching process.
The bird sounds are an added adorable bonus!

Thank you, Tracey Puig