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No Sew Easter Fabric Bunny Tutorial

My no -sew Easter fabric bunny tutorial is super easy to make and your home will look adorable. This is a cute craft which is made from a cotton fabric. All you need is fabric, fabric glue and stuffing. You can use any color fabric you want.


Fabric Bunny

When I was a child I loved watching my mom make cute Easter crafts. My favorite was her cute fabric bunnies. The next time you want to make a cute Easter craft make these you will love them.

Also today we have a special Easter Bunny Blog Hop at the end of the post. Please stop and visit these amazing blogger’s bunny craft.

Here is another Easter post that that can teach you How To Make Wooden Easter Bunnies For The Garden

What is No-Sew

No sew is using no sewing machine. Alternative methods are fabric glue like Aleenes Flexible Fabric glue. It is a fabric glues that provides a permanent bond. These glues are non-toxic, clear when dry, and machine washable and dryable. If your fabric doesn’t hold up to heat well or if you don’t have an iron, this fabric glue is the best no-sew option.

What Are The Best Glue To Use

There are many types of glue you can use for bonding your fabric.

Aleenes Flexible Fabric Glue.

Elmer’s E431 Craft Bond Fabric and Paper Glue, 4 oz

Plextone 1 Min Quick Bonding Fast Dry Sew Glue Liquid Reinforcing Adhesive Speedy Fix 

Tear Mender Instant Fabric and Leather Adhesive, 2 oz Bottle-Carded, TM-1

Why You Will Love No-Sew Fabric Bunny

  • No need for sewing machine.
  • Its very easy to make.
  • You can use any kind of fabric.
  • Less expensive than buying a sewing machine.

Supplies To Make No Sew Fabric Bunny

  • Fabric: I used a pretty blue and white Chinoiserie fabric

How To Make Fabric Bunny

  1. Cut two pattern pieces. I supply a free printable pattern you can use to cut out. Its for a large bunny.
Cutting pattern template for fabric bunny

2. Lay out the fabric and glue the edges on wrong side. Don’t glue the bottom yet keep open for stuffing. Before attaching the two patterns let the glue dry for a few minutes.

fabric glue on pattern of bunny

3. After you have filled the bunny with stuffing close up the bottom with glue.

putting stuffing inside fabric bunny

Tie a ribbon around the neck. 6 inches is perfect for the large bunny.

Fabric bunny with ribbon

The ribbon really makes the fabric bunny look authentic.

Three fabric  bunnies

I would like to thanks Janet Clark for hosting this Easter Bunny Blog hop. Stop by and visit all the amazing bunny crafts below

More Amazing Easter Egg Inspiration

Click the links below the images to go straight to their posts. ENJOY!

Easter Bunny blog hop crafts

Chalking Up Success // Cloches & Lavender // Simple Nature Decor

Easter Bunny blog hop crafts

A Life of Balance // Sweet Valley Acres // Bluesky at Home // This Dear Casa

Easter Bunny blog hop crafts

Cottage in the Mitten // Saved from Salvage // Cottage on Bunker Hill

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You can purchase similar stockings on my Etsy store.


  1. These are so cute. And, I love that they are no sew. I know how to sew but I hate pulling the sewing machine out and getting all set up. Thanks for hopping with us!

    1. Yeah I can sew too but I couldn’t find my sewing machine that’s why I did it this way…

  2. These are adorable. I’m a huge fan of Aleene’s fabric glue. I have used it often.

    Love the fabric too. Pinned

  3. I just bought some of that fabric glue to fix my curtains and never thought of using it for a craft…I am also a “no-sewer”! Super cute bunnies and I love the blue and white fabric.

    1. Yes Its pretty easy to do, key is to let dry a few minutes before you attached ends.Thanks so much

  4. What a great project! So happy to see it was a no sew as I cannot sew!

    1. Its a little tricky at first but once you get the glue evenly it works like a charm. Thanks

  5. These are so cute and I love that they are blue and white! I’m currently on a blue kick this season. So nice hopping with you today, Maria!

    1. Thanks, I am also on a blue and white chinoiserie kick. It was great meeting you too.

  6. I was just looking at some fabric bunnies on Etsy! I love the fabric you selected. Happy to join in this hop with you 🙂

  7. Maria, so good to be hopping with you. These bunnies are so cute. I love the blue and white chinoiserie fabric. I didn’t know there were so many kinds of fabric glue on the market. What a wonderful way to pass on the memory of your mother’s craft.

    1. thanks, my mom was a big inspiration for me, she taught me how to sew and craft.

  8. What a cute idea. I started using my sewing machine last year and it takes me so darn long to thread it I could have 10 of these bunnies done. They are adorable. So nice to find your blog.

  9. How wonderful that you are keeping your Mom’s tradition going; these are so cute. I love your choice of fabric!

  10. These are adorable! And, since I cannot sew at all, I love no-sew projects!

  11. This fabric color is perfect. These are such cute bunnies and look wonderful with your eggs. Thank you for sharing!

  12. These little guys are adorable, Maria and the fabric you used is lovely. I enjoy sewing but it’s always such a mission setting everything up and then packing it away again. No-sew is just so much easier.

  13. Rosemary Palmer says:

    These would go perfectly with my blue and white eggs. Think I need to go to the fabric store.

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