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These little Easter treat bags are so irresistibly cute and perfect for hiding Easter treats! Make a whole bunch with this super easy bunny bag pattern!
Bunny bag pattern
Is there anything more adorable than a bunny? There is now! With this simple bunny bag pattern you’ll learn to make super cute treat bags for all the little ones in your life. These Easter treat bags are so easy and fun to make, you’ll find yourself whipping up a whole bunch of them in less than an hour!
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This bunny bag pattern is not only a quick sew up but also super enjoyable! You’ll find yourself smiling throughout the whole process cause these Easter gift bags are just too adorable!! And imagine them filled up with treats, in the Easter basket! Your little ones will be squealing in delight! These cuties are also perfect as Easter gift bags or as snack bags.
Bunny Treat Bags
- 2 pieces of fabric for outer bag of 6″x 8″ (similar here)
- 2 pieces of fabric for lining of 6″x 8″ (similar here)
- 4 pieces of fabric for ears 2.5″ x 4.5″
- ear stencil (just draw one)
- lightweight interfacing 2.5″ x 9″
- sewing machine
- matching thread (I used contrast to help you see the steps better)
- marker or chalk pen
- 2 x 18″ ribbon
- safety pin
- Place outer fabric right side together (RST)
- Mark 2″ down from top corner, on both sides.
- Place a pin where you marked then pin the fabrics all around, between those 2 pins (sides and bottom).
- Sew down the pinned area.
- Repeat for the lining but leave a gap in the bottom to turn the bag right side out (RSO) later on.
- Box the corners if you wish or just leave the corners flat. I did both. If you decide to box the corners, follow the method here or here.
- Fold the flaps and place the outer bag and lining “face to face”.
- Match the top flaps RST, pinning at the sides.
- Sew around both flaps, sides and top. Backstitch at start and finish. Take care not to sew into the existing seam.
- Turn bag RSO through the gap in the lining, fold the fabric at the gap inside and do an edgestitch then press the bag.
- Push the lining inside the outer bag then make the ears.
- Using the ears template, draw an ear onto the wrong sides of the ear fabrics.
- Iron the interfacing onto the wrong sides of 2 ear fabrics.
- Place one ear with interfacing and one ear without interfacing, RST and sew down the template, leaving the bottom open.
- Trim off the excess fabric and turn ears RSO through the bottom.
- Arrange the ears on the bag. Fold one flap towards you and place ears on the remaining flap, in the middle. Pin and sew down.
- Flip ears up, pin and sew down the top of the flap, backstitching start and finish.
- Fold the other flap towards the inside of the bag and sew 2 similar lines as above (no ears for this flap though)
- Take 1 ribbon and attach a safety pin to one end. Pass through both channels made in the flaps until it comes out the same side where you started. Knot ribbon ends together.
- Repeat with the other ribbon but starting from the opposite side.
- Now just pull the ribbons to close your bunny bag and you’re done!
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