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Fabric Crafts - Sewing Crafts - Spring and Easter Crafts - Fabric Easter Bunny Plant Poke

This is a quick, easy and inexpensive sewing project for Easter. Out of left-over fabrics that fit to your decor, you can create these bunny pokes to decorate plants in your home. This project is completed within an hour and requires minimal materials. The plant pokes make also nice small take-along gifts if you are invited to a coffee in the spring time. Wrap the plant poke in a see through wrapping foil and tie it off at both ends with ribbon.

 

 

Easter Crafts - Sewing Project - Easter Bunny Plant Stick

For this project you will need:

- pattern below
- any light-weight cotton material
- matching sewing thread
- basic sewing supplies
- long thin wooden dowel
- natural raffia
- batting

Craft Pattern:

Rabbit running

Running Rabbit Template

Instructions:

1. Print out the pattern to a size that you would like to use.
2. Make a cardboard pattern as directed in the pattern instructions below.
3. Cut out 2 pieces of the cotton material and lay them with the right sides facing.
4. Lay the pattern on the material and pin together.
5. Trace the pattern onto the material with a trick marker and cut the pattern out with a 5 mm seam allowance.
6. Sew on the lines of the pattern leaving an opening at the bottom of the bunny. This will be for turning.
8. Cut material back to about a 5mm seam allowance. Clip into the inside curves so that it will lay flatter.
9. Turn the figure inside out through the opening and poke all corners out and ends out with a crochet hook. Stuff the figure almost firm.
10. Hand stitch the opening closed using a slip stitch. This stitch is invisible when sewn.
11. Apply craft glue to one end of the dowel and insert it gently through the stitching on the bottom of the bunny. Let the glue dry.
12. Arrange several layers of raffia and tie off at the center. Use a hot glue gun and glue this to a long wooden dowel just under the rabbit.

Illustrated Craft Tutorial:

Transferring Patterns Onto Wood Tutorial

How to Make Patterns and Permanent Templates

 

 

More Crafts, Decorating Ideas, Projects and Templates for Spring:

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Spring and Easter Wood Crafts

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Spring and Easter Crafts for Kids

Spring Season Greeting Cards

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St. Patrick’s Day Crafts

Easter Bunny Crafts

Easter Chick Crafts

Decorating Easter Eggs

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A Selection of Textile Crafts for Easter

Felt Easter Bunny Egg Cosy
Furry Easter Bunny and Furry Sheep Ornaments / Decorations
Crochet Basket for Easter
Fabric Bunny Plant Poke
Felt Chick
Felt Easter Bunny
Felt Easter Bunny 2
Needle Felted Easter Ornaments for Kids
Needle Felted Easter Rabbit Ornament
Pom Pom Easter Chick
Small Patchwork Wall Quilt for Easter
Soft Toy Bunny for Babies
Washcloth Easter Bunny Ornaments
Whimsical Felt Chick Flower Pot Sitter

 

 

 

 

 

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