“No Sew” Rabbit Placemat with Free Pattern

You might recall that last year, I shared a tutorial on The Sewing Rabbit for a Rabbit Rug, not long after that I used the same “design” to make a small pillow for my friend Patricia’s baby shower (here). This year my team at Cose + and I decided to use the Rabbit for an Easter project to share with our readers.  As I started thinking on that project a bunch of other ideas started flowing. From those I decided to share at Cose + a kids craft project, perfect for Easter break, totally inspired on this one here from hello, Wonderful. You can check the project on Cose + here, it’s in Portuguese but the photos on the tutorial give a pretty clear idea on how to make it.

Today I’m sharing another thing you can do with the “easter rabbit”: a cute “no sew” placemat. I tried a few things that didn’t work, probably due to my lack of craftiness, but I finally settled on a very simple super quick project that will add some cuteness to the table setting during Easter.

La Folie - Rabbit Placemat

Rabbit Placemat with Free Pattern

Supplies:

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  • Rabbit Placemat Free Pattern (get it here)
  • Felt rectangles on the desired colors with approximately 55x40cm, and at least 3mm thick
  • Scissors or X-Acto knife
  • Clear Tape
  • Soluble marker or tailor chalk

Download the pattern, print and assemble like any other PDF pattern. Make sure you print on 100% scale. The pattern includes a test square on the first page.

La Folie - Rabbit Placemat
Cut the rabbit following the black line.
Place the rabbit pattern on top of the felt and trace de contour.

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Cut the rabbit you marked on the felt.
Bam you’re done! Cuteness at the table that the kids will love.

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Perfect for real meals or pretend ones. hehehe 😉

La Folie - "no sew" Rabbit Placemat

Happy Easter!!!

Hugs. ❤

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Rabbit Pillow at Cose +

Today I’m at Cose + sharing a kids craft project, perfect for Easter break, totally inspired on this one here from hello, Wonderful. You can check the project on Cose + here, it’s in Portuguese but the photos on the tutorial give a pretty clear idea on how to make it. Hope you like it. 😉

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