This easy DIY bunny pillow tutorial is just in time for your spring and Easter decorating. Seasonal pillows add so much fun to your decor and they are budget-friendly too.
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I use the same pillow forms for every season since I can easily zip off the covers and use a different pillow cover, and reuse the forms. It is so easy to store the pillow covers in a plastic tub or hang in a closet until the next time you need to use them.
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Gathering supplies and making a shopping list of what you don’t have on hand to whip up this cute pillow. Plus download the pattern or SVG file using the form below:
Pastel felt squares
Embroidery floss in matching colors
Scissors, my favorite
Start by measuring your pillow form then cut out 2 pieces of fabric using those measurements. Mark the centers and make a cross down the centers like in the photo below with your fabric pen. After cutting out your bunnies (I used my Cricut Maker) with the pattern or SVG files in the download you can find the placement you like on the pillow fabric. After you are happy with the bunny placement, pin in place and use some little pieces of the Stitch Witchery in a few places under the bunnies and iron them down to adhere (basting) them to the fabric.
I used DMC embroidery floss in matching colors, however, it would fun to use the different colored embroidery floss on each one and mix up the colors. Use any embroidery stitch or a running stitch around each bunny. Please note I used the blanket stitch.
After you are finished stitching around each bunny you are ready to add the zipper. My zipper of choice is an invisible zipper (I purchase zippers by the roll) since they are so easy to sew in and and give a clean finish. See in the photo below how I cut the zipper longer than the pillow.
It is so easy to finish since you only need to sew the other 3 sides with a regular sewing foot and that’s it. Turn the right side out and hot glue the pompom tails on each bunny.
Bunny pillow paired with pink pillow is so spring and happy.
The bunny pillow completes this fireplace and family room’s decor on the Spring Home Tour, see more of the tour HERE.
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