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DIY Bunny Tail Embroidery Hoop for Spring

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I love quick and easy crafts using limited supplies, especially if they are all from my stash! My DIY Bunny Tail Embroidery Hoop is the perfect Spring addition to the front door or gate. Don't you think that this Poly-Fil® Project Fleece™ Batting by Fairfield World™ looks exactly like bunny fur? I do!

DIY Bunny Tail Embroidery Hoop for Spring by Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #embroideryhoop #bunnycraft #fairfieldworld #polyfil #madewithFFW

Spring Bunny Tail Embroidery Hoop DIY

DIY Bunny Tail Embroidery Hoop for Spring by Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #embroideryhoop #bunnycraft #fairfieldworld #polyfil #madewithFFW

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Here's what you need to make an Embroidery Hoop Bunny:

Supplies needed to create DIY Bunny Tail Embroidery Hoop for Spring Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #embroideryhoop #bunnycraft #fairfieldworld #polyfil #madewithFFW
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Here's how to create a Spring Bunny Hoop Wreath:

STEP ONE

To begin the DIY Bunny Tail Embroidery Hoop, gather all supplies. Unroll Poly-Fil® Project Fleece™ Batting onto your work surface. Lay embroidery hoop on top of the batting and rough cut a square slightly larger than the hoop.

Unroll Poly-Fil Project Fleece, lay hoop down and cut out a square of double layered batting Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #embroideryhoop #bunnycraft #fairfieldworld #polyfil #madewithFFW

Unscrew the embroidery hoop hardware to loosen the outer ring. Separate the inner hoop from the outer hoop, and lay both wooden rings out on your work surface.

Unscrew embroidery hoop and separate the rings Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #embroideryhoop #bunnycraft #fairfieldworld #polyfil #madewithFFW

STEP TWO

Layer smaller inner hoop on the bottom, double-thick batting, and then the larger outer hoop on the top. Push the outer hoop down around the inner hoop to create a sandwich. Tighten the screw at the top.

Secure outer band of embroidery hoop over top of batting Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #embroideryhoop #bunnycraft #fairfieldworld #polyfil #madewithFFW

Trim excess Poly-Fil Project Fleece from the back of the embroidery hoop with scissors. Don't worry about these cuts not being perfectly straight, it is the back of the project so no one will see!

Trim excess batting with scissors Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #embroideryhoop #bunnycraft #fairfieldworld #polyfil #madewithFFW

To secure, apply a line of E6000 Fabri-Fuse fabric glue to the back cut edge where the batting meets the wooden hoop. Set aside to dry. This line of glue will prevent the fleece from coming out of the hoop.

Secure batting to the back of the embroidery hoop with fabric glue Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #embroideryhoop #bunnycraft #fairfieldworld #polyfil #madewithFFW

STEP THREE

Download, print, and cut out DIY Bunny Tail Embroidery Hoop Patterns from the bottom of this post Attach the Bunny Ear Pattern to a double layer of batting with straight pins. Cut out with scissors, then cut out the second set of ears.

Pin Bunny ear patterns to scraps of Poly-Fil Project Fleece and cut out with scissors Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #embroideryhoop #bunnycraft #fairfieldworld #polyfil #madewithFFW

Attach layers of Poly-Fil Project Fleece batting together with Fabri-Fuse. Set aside to allow the glue to dry.

Attach layers of Poly-Fil Batting together with Fabri-Fuse Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #embroideryhoop #bunnycraft #fairfieldworld #polyfil #madewithFFW

Once dry, glue the Bunny ears to the top back center of the embroidery hoop. E6000 Fabri-fuse liquid fabric glue is extremely flexible, has stretch, won’t create bumps or bulges, and allows the felt to remain pliable — even after washing. 

Attach bunny ears to the top center of the embroidery hoop with fabric glue Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #embroideryhoop #bunnycraft #fairfieldworld #polyfil #madewithFFW

STEP FOUR

Attach the Bunny foot pattern to a double layer of batting with straight pins, then cut it out with scissors. Repeat with a second Bunny foot. Attach Bunny footpad patterns to Light Pink Kunin Felt and cut out with scissors. Repeat with a second set.

Pin patterns to light pink Kunin felt and cut out with scissors Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #embroideryhoop #bunnycraft #fairfieldworld #polyfil #madewithFFW

Attach layers of Poly-Fil Project Fleece batting together with Fabri-Fuse to create the Bunny's feet. Glue the pink felt Bunny footpads to the feet.

Attach layers of Project Fleece together with Fabri-Fuse Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #embroideryhoop #bunnycraft #fairfieldworld #polyfil #madewithFFW

Once dry, glue the Bunny feet to the front bottom of the embroidery hoop. Attach one foot to the left of the center and the other foot to the right of the center.

Attach bunny feet to body with Fabri-Fuse fabric glue Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #embroideryhoop #bunnycraft #fairfieldworld #polyfil #madewithFFW

PRO TIP: Store the E6000 Fabri-Fuse liquid fabric glue, upside down on its flat cap so that the glue is always ready to apply to my latest project! It's an elastic fabric glue that gives even after it has dried.

Store E6000 Fabri-Fuse upside down to keep glue flowing Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #embroideryhoop #bunnycraft #fairfieldworld #polyfil #madewithFFW

STEP FIVE

Measure and cut seven-inch lengths of Poly-Fil Project Fleece batting scraps, and then cut them into skinny strips with scissors. Since these strips will become the pom pom tail, don't worry about the consistency of the width of the strips.

Measure extra pieces of Project Fleece and cut into strips Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #embroideryhoop #bunnycraft #fairfieldworld #polyfil #madewithFFW

Stack approximately 75 to 100 strips in a pile. Cut a ten-inch length of natural jute twine, tie it securely around the center of the stack of batting strips, and finish in a tight knot.

Tie the strips of Poly-Fil Project Fleece Batting in the center with twine Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #embroideryhoop #bunnycraft #fairfieldworld #polyfil #madewithFFW

The trick to getting the twine as tight as possible is to loop the ends through themselves twice, preventing any slipping. Fluff the pom pom and trim uneven ends with scissors to create a round shape.

Trim the ragged ends of the giant pom pom with scissors Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #embroideryhoop #bunnycraft #fairfieldworld #polyfil #madewithFFW

STEP SIX

Attach batting pom pom to the center of the embroidery hoop Bunny with Fabri-Fuse fabric glue. Press down firmly from the top and underneath of the hoop and set aside to dry.

Glue on giant pom pom to create the Bunny tail Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #embroideryhoop #bunnycraft #fairfieldworld #polyfil #madewithFFW

Tie a bow from 2.5″ wide pastel plaid wired ribbon. Finish by cutting a triangular notch from the ends with scissors. Glue bow to metal screw at the top center of the embroidery hoop.

Add a bow to the Bunny Tail Embroidery Hoop Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #embroideryhoop #bunnycraft #fairfieldworld #polyfil #madewithFFW

Download the Bunny Butt Hoop Patterns HERE

Quick and Easy DIY Bunny Tail Embroidery Hoop for Spring

While I am not a quilter, I love using traditional products, like Poly-Fil Project Fleece Batting in unique ways. The texture of the batting is soft and fuzzy, just like a bunny! Fairfield World makes a variety of batting, stuffing, pillow forms, and even weighted blankets! This quick and easy DIY Bunny Tail Embroidery Hoop for Spring project goes together in just about 30 minutes with limited supplies from the craft store.

DIY Bunny Tail Embroidery Hoop for Spring by Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #embroideryhoop #bunnycraft #fairfieldworld #polyfil #madewithFFW

More Easter Bunny Crafts and DIY Projects

I created this tutorial, How to Sew a DIY Plush Bunny Pillow that your Kids will Love! My niece loves all types of stuffed animals, or as they are now known, stuffies!  (I always love learning new things from the kiddos in my life).

DIY PLUSH BUNNY STUFFIE CREATIVELY BETH #creativelybeth #bunny #stuffedanimal #howtosew #plush #stuffie #polyfil

Download and learn How to Doodle the Easter Bunny Printable from my blog below. This set includes How to Doodle Easter Bunny AND How to Doodle Easter Eggs free printables. The perfect opportunity to enjoy some creative time with the whole family on the hoppiest day of the year!

How to Doodle the Easter Bunny Printable by Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #doodle #freeprintable #easter #bunny #eggs #drawing #howto #rabbit #eastereggs #draw

After a quick trip to Dollar Tree, I have created cute Chick and Bunny Clay Pots that are perfect Easter crafts to create with the kiddos! I love a craft project that only takes 15 minutes, especially with crafting with kids because sometimes their attention spans can be short.

Create Cute Chick and Bunny Clay Pots in Just 15 Minutes with Creatively Beth!
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Are you too busy to make this Bunny Butt Embroidery Hoop Easter Decor right now? Pin it for later!  I'd love for you to pin this project to your favorite craft board on Pinterest and then it’ll be waiting for you when you’re ready.

DIY Bunny Tail Embroidery Hoop for Spring by Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #embroideryhoop #bunnycraft #fairfieldworld #polyfil #madewithFFW

I'd love to hear what you think about this project, or if you want to know more about the Easter Bunny. If you've made your own embroidery hoop projects, I would love to see your creations! Share them on Instagram, and Facebook, or leave a comment/photo on the project pin on Pinterest! #CreativelyBeth

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6 thoughts on “DIY Bunny Tail Embroidery Hoop for Spring

  • Thanks for sharing with us I’m featuring you when the next To Grandma’s house we go link party starts!

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    • YAY!! I am so excited to be featured again, Tarahlynn!! THANKS!!

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  • This is just absolutely darling. What a fun Easter craft!

    Thanks so much for joining the Grace at Home party at Imparting Grace! I’m featuring you this week.

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    • Thanks a BUNCH, Richella! Have a fabulous week!

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  • LOVE this idea!! You could also use a wood circle which i happen to have a lot of in my stash!! Thanks so much for sharing!! Pinned!!
    Hugs,
    Deb

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    • YES! Brilliant idea, Debbie!
      Have a fabulous week!

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