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Benson Bunny Softie Pattern

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$8.99

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What you get+-

Meet Benson! He's cute and cuddly with a sweet puffy tail and long, floppy arms and legs that are so much fun to play with. And look at how nicely his ears stand up! :-) Make your own huggable bunny!

You Get. . .

  • A digital PDF file delivered instantly be email. If you're not sure what that is, there's more info here.
  • full-sized pattern pieces – no enlarging needed
  • detailed instructions and lots of step by step photos – you’ll never feel lost or wonder if you’re doing it right
  • links to videos teaching you all the skills you’ll need to make your own squishy bunny – from sewing curves and stuffing, to stitching up that stuffing hole. You can totally do this! It’s a workshop in a pattern!

Size

He's about 13 inches tall when sitting - not counting his legs or his super tall ears. His arms and legs are about 7 inches long. That's long enough to hug a friend. :-)

Difficulty

Easy! 

There's nothing tricky on this one - just cuddly cuteness. :-) If you can use your sewing machine, you can make him.

What You Need+-

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    Patty Gaines
    Cute and Cuddly

    Very good pattern, a little more complicated than Munchie but still very easy to complete in a day or two. I made my grandson one for Easter out of blue minky with patterned minky for inside of ears and the tail. Cant wait to make a few more.

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    lee Lowe
    he is sooo cute

    my only problem is the instructions do not tell you at what point to put the arms into the body. I put him all together and when I turned him right side out I realized the arms were missing.
    the arms should be put in before you sew the front (tummy ) to the back. so with a little seam ripper and some patience he now has arms

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    wibjjc
    Fantastic Pattern

    This is a great pattern! Perfectly written and easy to follow. I was a bit concerned about the foam in Benson's ears, but it worked EXACTLY like the pattern said it would!! My college-aged daughters will love their new friends!

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    K. Riley
    Benson Bunny

    This pattern is great! The instructions are clear, the tips are very helpful, and I really appreciate all of the the videos that are available. I previously made one of the Dress Up Bunch dolls and clothes (also great patterns), but this was my first time using plush fabric, so had some concerns. But it really wasn't hard and my completed bunny turned out super cute!

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    barbara warner
    gunny

    Benson Bunny is adorable and so very easy!!!

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    Patty Gaines
    Cute and Cuddly

    Very good pattern, a little more complicated than Munchie but still very easy to complete in a day or two. I made my grandson one for Easter out of blue minky with patterned minky for inside of ears and the tail. Cant wait to make a few more.

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    lee Lowe
    he is sooo cute

    my only problem is the instructions do not tell you at what point to put the arms into the body. I put him all together and when I turned him right side out I realized the arms were missing.
    the arms should be put in before you sew the front (tummy ) to the back. so with a little seam ripper and some patience he now has arms

    w
    wibjjc
    Fantastic Pattern

    This is a great pattern! Perfectly written and easy to follow. I was a bit concerned about the foam in Benson's ears, but it worked EXACTLY like the pattern said it would!! My college-aged daughters will love their new friends!

    K
    K. Riley
    Benson Bunny

    This pattern is great! The instructions are clear, the tips are very helpful, and I really appreciate all of the the videos that are available. I previously made one of the Dress Up Bunch dolls and clothes (also great patterns), but this was my first time using plush fabric, so had some concerns. But it really wasn't hard and my completed bunny turned out super cute!

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    barbara warner
    gunny

    Benson Bunny is adorable and so very easy!!!