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DIY Embroidery Hoop Easter Bunny

Get ready to unleash your creativity with this delightful DIY Embroidery Hoop Easter Bunny project. With just a few simple materials and a touch of imagination, you can craft a charming Easter Bunny design that will add a whimsical touch to your home decor. This project is easy and fun to make and it can be completed in no time. This project is a great addition to your handmade items and it can be given as a handmade gift to friends and family. 

Supplies for Embroidery Hoop Easter Bunny

  • 12″ embroidery hoop
  • 9″ embroidery hoop
  • Fabric
  • Burlap
  • Yarn pom-pom
  • Hot glue
  • Pinking shears or scissors

How to Make Embroidery Hoop Bunny

Step 1. Trace around hoop

Lay your fabric flat and trace around the outside of each embroidery hoop using a pen. I used two different fabric patterns for my bunny, but you could use the same fabric for the top and bottom if you like!

Step 2: Cut out fabric

Use a pair of pinking shears or scissors to cut around the outside of the traced circle, leaving about a half inch width of extra fabric.

Step 3: Stretch fabric across hoop

Insert the fabric into the embroidery hoop and use the screw on top to tighten. Repeat the process with the larger embroidery hoop and second type of fabric.

Step 4: Glue fabric to back of hoop

Fold over the extra fabric and secure to the backside of the embroidery hoop with hot glue.

Step 5: Glue two hoops together

Adhere the two embroidery hoops together with a generous dab of hot glue where they meet. You’ll want to center the screw on the small hoop at the top, and on the large hoop at the bottom of the hoop.

Step 6: Cut out burlap ears

Freehand cut a pair of ears from burlap.

Cut a smaller insert for the ears from fabric and attach to the burlap with hot glue.

Step 7: Shape ears

To give the ears a little dimension, you can pinch the bottoms together and hold in place with a dab of hot glue.

Step 8: Add pom-pom tail

Glue the ears to the back of the bunny’s head. Finish by gluing a pom-pom tail on the bottom of the bunny.

Hang the bunny on the wall with a nail hung through the screw at the top of the bunny head. It would look cute hung on a front door too!

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