Free Easter felting tutorial

Mar 10, 2024

This year, make your Easter gifts extra special!

Here’s a sweet tutorial to help you gift some extra love this Easter 😊



That will depend on how many you want to make. So, I’ll just give you the list of materials for 4 bunnies like mine. You can adapt the colors and/or decoration to your own taste.

  • 40 cm of green ribbon
  • 40 cm of pink ribbon
  • 2 small bells
  • 2 sew-on strass pieces
  • Green and pink thread
  • A thin needle (that can pass through the holes of the strass)
  • A thimble
  • 2 thin felting needles
  • Felting foam
  • Some white fine merino wool
  • 2 thick (about 7 mm thick) sheets of pre-felt (pink and dark brown); each of them should be big enough to cut 2 bunnies
  • The pattern
  • Some gold and silver thread


Start by making the pre-felt with your wool of choice. I can’t say exactly how many layers you need, since that’ll depend on how thick you lay your wool. But 4 should do if you’re working with thick layers.

Cut 2 bunnies in pink and 2 in brown. You’ll need sharp scissors for that.

If you make 4 bunnies, you can felt them by hand after cutting them. But, if you decide to make a lot of them, you can use a short cut to avoid too much effort. Put them all in one of those laundry net bags and throw them in the washing machine when you’re doing your laundry. They come out a bit crinkly. But all you have to do is stretch them out. That will save you a lot of work.

Let them dry well before starting to decorate them. You can also iron them to get them nice and flat.

Follow the detailed instructions in the video for the decoration.

I’d love to see what you make. So, please send me your photos to [email protected]

Enjoy! 😊


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