Free Bunny Pattern – Felt Embroidery Hoop

Free Felt Bunny Embroidery Hoop Pattern by Hugs are Fun
I’m not sure if you know this, but I went to school for illustration. I don’t draw as much as I’d like, but it was on my list of 2014 goals to do it more.
Free Felt Bunny Embroidery Hoop Pattern by Hugs are Fun
I love working with felt, and this felt wool from Benzie Design is so wonderful to stitch on! I created a free pattern for you to make your own felt hoop, but I’ve also made an embroidery pattern as well!

To make the bunny you’ll need:

Wool felt – I made her white, but I think she would also look pretty cute in brown!
Matching embroidery floss
6″ wooden embroidery hoop
Background fabric

Print out the template and cut out all the pieces. Stitch each piece in place with a whip stitch around the edge, using three strands of embroidery floss.
Free Felt Bunny Embroidery Hoop Pattern by Hugs are Fun
Stitch the mouth with a backstitch, stitch the eyes with satin stitch, and stitch the necklace with backstitches and lazy daisy stitches.
Free Felt Bunny Embroidery Hoop Pattern by Hugs are Fun
Tighten the fabric onto the hoop and whip stitch your bunny on. I just trim away the extra fabric, but you could cover the back with a felt circle if you want.
Free Felt Bunny Embroidery Hoop Pattern by Hugs are Fun
If you don’t want to make a felt bunny, I’ve also included a pattern to create an embroidery!

Download the free felt pattern here.

Download the free embroidery pattern here.

Check out the other felt embroidery hoop projects I’ve made.

7 Comments

  1. Hi Rebecca! Your bunny is so adorable. Thank you for sharing this cute project and the pattern. Kim ~ This Ole Mom

  2. That is so cute! What a fun project–thanks for sharing!

  3. Absolutely adorable! Love it on the purple!

  4. Super cute! and easy! Thanks for sharing.

  5. Jo

    I love what you do, Rebecca! You should have a line of cute animal embroidery– I bet there would be a huge market for it with parents who are decorating baby rooms! :-)

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