No Sew Stuffed Bunny

Shelly L Nemeth
by Shelly L Nemeth
8 Materials
1 Hour

Buffalo check has been trending, so I decided to incorporate it in my Easter decor. I made an adorable stuffed bunny for my display.

I printed out this bunny shape from the internet (and I attached it below).

Fold the buffalo check fabric in half, and then trace the bunny shape on it.

Since the fabric is folded in half, when I cut it out, it created two pieces. I cut just inside the line, and once it is all cut out begin gluing together!

I started at the ears and glued around the edge of the ears.

I then took my floral wire and made a loop to fit in the ear and glued it to the back of fabric only. This will keep the ears up and you can bend and shape them.

Then I filled it with my fiber fill. Then I continued to glue the rest of the edges but left the bottom open.

I then filled the rest of the body with the fiber fill. Finally I glued the rest and just left a small opening.

I then took about 1 cup of my white rice and filled the bottom and sealed the bunny up! Now it will stand on its own because of the weight. I added my raffia around the neck and made a bow.

I love the bunny! It looks super cute next to the topiary I posted a tutorial on

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  • Cari Cari on Mar 21, 2019

    How tall is the bunny?

  • Sue Tomlinson Sue Tomlinson on Feb 14, 2020

    how do you print the template

  • Melinda Melinda on Mar 29, 2020

    How much fabric did you use? Also did you have to piece together the bunny pattern? In the second the pattern looks a little different than the one to print out.

    Thank you,


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