Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Bunnylope Lovey Tutorial

Today I'll show you how easy it is to make your own Bunnylope Lovey!

Start by making a Bunny Lovey. You can get the pattern and tutorial here.

To make the Bunnylope antlers, you'll need a bit more fabric, a little bit of stuffing, and the pattern.

I'm using white cotton velour, but you could also use fleece, minky, or even quilting cotton.

Download the pattern and print it out without scaling on your printer so that the pattern is the right size. Then cut out the pattern on the solid line.

Cut two squares of fabric 6”x4”, then fold them right sides together into a 3”x4” rectangles. Trace the pattern onto your fabric rectangles.

Sew on the lines you traced. Leave an opening on the bottom of the antler, where indicated by the pattern.

Cut around your sewing, leaving a 1/8 inch seam allowance.

Clip corners. Turn right side out.

Stuff the antlers firmly enough that they hold their shape. Use dull stick (such as a chopstick or the eraser side of a pencil) to help push stuffing into the tips of the antler.

Hand sew the antlers to the top of the Bunny Lovey’s head using a ladder stitch. Sew all around the opening, so that the antler is firmly secured and the opening is completely closed.

And now you have a Bunnylope!

Share your creations #unlikelybunnylope #unlikelybunnylovey

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