Once upon a time, a girl (me) stumbled across a magical part of the internet known as the small shop world. Intrigued, she was inspired to bring her own creativity to that table and join this very special small shop community. After a lot of trial and error and products that “missed the mark,” she finally designed a bunny sewing pattern and began making and selling plush bunnies in her Etsy store.
As she simultaneously explored natural dyes, she began to produce and sell these aromatherapy plush playthings and they began to fill children’s playrooms, Easter baskets, and doll beds. They were well loved by all!
Do you remember when I used to make and sell these plush bunnies? Maybe you haven’t been here that long or maybe you have… but either way, you can’t help but admit that they are ridiculously cute!
I retired this bunny sewing pattern at the end of 2019, but they really were always such a fan favorite! Ever since then, I’ve tried to think of a way to bring them back, and I finally have done it! I’m over the moon to be sharing the pattern for these plush and aromatic (yes, they have lavender in them!) bunnies with you!
This bunny sewing pattern is free and very easy to use! You can machine sew them or hand-stitch them together. The supplies can be found at any local craft store. I’m so excited to be able to offer it as an easy sewing pattern for anyone to try!
Are you ready to begin? Click below to get this bunny sewing pattern delivered straight to your inbox!
And if you have an inkling to make it using naturally dyed fabrics (like the OG ones were) you can shop my cotton fat quarters below!
I cannot wait to see what you make! Be sure to tag me on social media if you make one! I love to celebrate your creativity with you!
* All I ask is that you respect my copyright and only use the pattern for personal use. Thanks for understanding!
*All text and images © 2021 Borrowing Color, LLC * This pattern is intended only for non-commercial, personal purposes ONLY and may NOT be used in the production of goods for sale in any form. Please respect the artist (Alexandra Kenyon / Borrowing Color, LLC) by not sharing the digital files with others.