Huggy Bunny


2 pcs. 9” x 12” White Felt
2.5” x 3.5” Pink Felt
2 – 10mm Moving Eyes
2 – 1” White Pom Poms for muzzle
1.5” White Pom Pom for tail
¼” Pink Pom Pom for nose
3 White chenille stems
18” of ¼” satin ribbon for the bow
Low Temp glue gun & glue sticks



Trace and cut out pieces from felt according to the patterns.

Cut a piece of chenille stem approx. 6” long and lay it across one body piece from arm to arm. Glue chenille in place. Take another 6” of chenille stem and bend in a curve. Place the chenille on the body from leg to leg. Glue chenille stem in place. Place the 2 body pieces together with the glued chenille stems in between and glue pieces together around the edges.

Cut 2 pieces of chenille stem 3” long. Take one of the bunny headpieces and lay the chenille stems down on the middle of the ears and glue in place. Place the 2 headpieces together and glue around edges leaving a small opening. Lightly stuff head with a small amount of fiberfill. Glue opening closed. Center the pink inner ears onto the ears and glue in place. Place head onto body between the arms, positioning so that the bunny is lying down on its tummy. Glue in place at the neck. Glue the 2  1” white pom poms together at the lower half of the bunny’s face for the muzzle. Glue the pink ¼” pom pom to the top middle of the muzzle. Glue the moving eyes above the muzzle. Glue the 1.5” White pom pom on the back for a tail. Make a loopy bow with the ribbon and glue to the back of the bunny’s neck.

Wrap the bunny’s arms around the sheer carrot bag top by overlapping the chenille wired arms securely around the gathered bag closure.

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