This sweet I love bunnies tote bag was made by Chris from Needlepointers.com for her daughter.
Chris's daughter loves rabbits and owns two Netherland Dwarf rabbits. She is very artsy-craftsy and choose all the coordinating fabrics for the project herself. The blue dots and blue stripes fabrics coordinate perfectly with the green and background fabric selected. The fuzzy fabric for the bunny gives a special touch.
The design for this bag can be purchased at Sweet Pea Machine Embroidery Designs and a link to the pattern is provided at the end of this post.
Learn more about this cute project by watching this video.
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This project is completed with your embroidery machine and the purchased pattern from Sweet Pea Machine embroidery designs. Sweet Pea provides a PDF with step-by-step instructions and photo tutorial to complete the entire project.
The design comes with two size options which are both included with your purchase. They provide many different file formats which should work with almost any embroidery machine. Please check before purchasing that your format will be included.
Sweet Pea will also provide support if you get stuck while working on this pattern through their web site contact link. So, don't be afraid to try it out!
This bag has a beautiful bunny applique on the front with the saying "I love bunnies". It also has "Bunnies Rule!" embroidery on back. The bag is completely lined and has no raw seams on the inside.
For the bunny, Chris used fuzzy, furry like fabric to give the bunny more dimension. If you use fabric like this, be sure to use a wash away topper on top when embroidering the eyes, nose, whiskers and outline. The topper will hold the fuzzy fabric down so that the stitches can be stitched on top and not get lost in the stitches.
Tear away stabilizer was used behind the fabric to help support the embroidery stitching for both the front and back panels. The front and back of the bag are completed in the hoop.
Once the embroidery is finished, then the bottom, top border, lining and handles are added with your sewing machine. The PDF provided by Sweet Pea gives you clear step by step instructions for all of the steps.
If you know someone who loves bunnies, this is a perfect gift idea! Make one for a birthday, Christmas or Easter present.
If you are interested in other machine embroidery projects like this one, click the link to our Machine Embroidery Videos page. Our Machine Embroidery Department has lots of tutorials, tips, tricks, free projects and designs and much more.
Another cute machine embroidery project including animals is these Animal Lunch Bags. Find out more about this project on the Make some cute animals with your embroidery machine page.
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