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Fabric Bag Bunny Tutorial


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If you need a last-minute Easter gift idea, these simple bunny gift bags are perfect.  This fabric bag bunny is super easy and will take only about 15 minutes to whip up.  The bunny treat bags are the perfect size for giving gift cards, candy and small items to children, grandkids or friends. 

Needlepointers.com has more fun Easter sewing ideas.  To see them, go to our Easter Crafts Sewing Page. 

Learn how to make fabric bag bunny treat bags by watching our video or keep reading this post for a photo tutorial with step-by-step instructions.


Watch our Video Below or Click the link to watch Fabric Bag Bunny Tutorial in Youtube.


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Fabric Bag Bunny Treat Bag Tutorial - Finished with Candy Jar

WHAT YOU NEED:

  • Unbleached Osnaburg Fabric 8 1/2" x 8 1/2" (muslin fabric would also work)
  • Scissor
  • Ruler
  • Rotary Cutter and Mat (Optional)
  • Sewing Machine
  • Fabric Paint or Fabric Markers - Pink and Black
  • Piece of Cardboard

Fabric Bag Bunny Treat Bag Tutorial - Supplies

INSTRUCTIONS for the fabric bag bunny

STEP 1: CUTTING FABRIC

Fabric Bag Bunny Treat Bag Tutoriall - Cut FabricLay the Osnaburg fabric or fabric you are using on a flat work surface and cut a square 8 1/2 inches x 8 1/2 inches.

STEP 2: SEWING

Fabric Bag Bunny Treat Bag Tutorial - SewnFold the fabric with the right sides together.  At the sewing machine, use a straight stitch to sew the side seam and bottom seam using a 1/2 inch seam allowance.  Remember to backstitch at the beginning and end of each seam.  Leave the top open.

STEP 3: CUTTING BUNNY EARS

Fabric Bag Bunny Treat Bag Tutorial - MeasureFold the unsewn side (the folded side) toward the seamed side.  Align the fold right next to the stitching.  Insert a pin to hold it in place.  By lining the fold up with the seam, when making the bunny ears you will not be cutting into the backstitching at the top opening and the seam will not unravel.

At the center fold, measure down 1 1/2 inches and place a pin or mark with a fabric marker.  With a scissor, cut from the side seam to the center fold mark.

Fabric Bag Bunny Treat Bag Tutorial - Cut Ears

Remove the pins, open the fabric and the bunny ears are complete.

STEP 4: TURN AND TRIM

Fabric Bag Bunny Treat Bag Tutorial - EarsTurn the fabric right side out and press it flat.  You will notice the side seam allowance showing at the top of the bag.  With scissors, carefully trim this away by cutting it on an angle with the ear being careful not to cut the side seam stitching.

Fabric Bag Bunny Treat Bag Tutorial - Trim Seam

STEP 2: DRAW THE FABRIC BAG BUNNY FACE

Fabric Bag Bunny Treat Bag Tutorial - FinishedTo ensure that the fabric marker or paint will not penetrate to the back of the bunny treat bag, place a piece of cardboard inside the fabric bag bunny.

With the pink and black fabric marker or paint, draw a bunny face on the fabric bag bunny.  Be creative!  Have fun creating the face.Fabric Bag Bunny Treat Bag Tutorial - Finished Bags

The fabric bag bunny is finished and ready to fill with treats.

Fabric Bag Bunny Treat Bag Tutorial - Finished with BasketDo you like the fabric basket in the above photo?  The Pop-up basket was made with a pattern by Fat Quarter Gypsy.  A unique feature is the basket folds away for easy storage by collapsing the spring and tying the handle ends together.  Learn more about this Pop-Up Basket by clicking the link.  The fabric bunny bags filled with treats would be perfect for an Easter basket.

Fabric Bag Bunny Treat Bag Tutorial - Finished with Wicker Basket

QUESTIONS?

If you have any questions about this project, contact us through the YouTube Video comments or our Contact Us page. We respond to questions in e-mails and YouTube comments regularly.

MORE FUN EASTER CRAFT IDEAS

Easter Loop Yarn Wreath Easter Loop Yarn Wreath - This wreath is super simple and fun to make using loop yarn.

Bunny Treat Cup Bunny Treat Cup - Do you want an easy Easter craft for kids? These treat cups are super easy and kids can made to give to friends.

Bunny Face Origami Bunny Face - This is a fun, easy project which kids can make any time of the year but especially for Easter. These bunny faces can be used as placecards, made into garland by attaching to ribbon and used as a greeting card.

 

Bunny Treat Cup Easter Basket - Isn't this Easter basket super cute? And it cost practically nothing to make. The basket and ribbon can be purchased at the dollar store.

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