Rabbit DIY Rug

Rabbit DIY Rug

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Rabbit DIY Rug
Rabbit DIY Rug
This image courtesy of mesewcrazy.com

Use a free printable pattern and faux fur to make one of the most unexpected pieces of DIY home décor out there when you create this Rabbit DIY Rug. Cut out of faux fur, this how to make a rug tutorial is crazy easy to make and a fantastic addition to your home or kids’ room. Quirky and cute, this fuzzy wuzzy home décor idea will feel fantastic under your toes. The example in this project is created out of white faux fur, but you could easily use another color if you are worried about dirty feet.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueNo Sew Project

Difficulty LevelEasy

HolidayEaster

Project TypeMake a Project

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I am so thrilled to see a no-sew pattern offered here. There are so many great crafters who just don't own a sewing machine. Most of us could hand sew something small, but for a rug like this- happy to see that all we do is cut the template.

A white rug in a child's room. In my house, it would not be white for long! I love this cute little white rabbit but I would go for a faux fur shade a little darker. Bunnies do come in more colors than white.

Essentially, I could create a faux rabbit, bear or any furry creature if I were skilled enough to create the template. Adorable. One child will want a bunny but the other will want something else just to be odd, like a ferret! I will start with the provided template and if I am successful, I will try to create my one. Thanks for the inspiration.

Oh No This Is So Adorable and I have got to make some. I never thought to make a rug drawing a rabbit or animal or even a robet or what ever you like and use fur fabric. How much easier can it get. I also love that Marilyn suggested about hanging on a wall. Now I do not know which child to start with. This would make a great baby shower gift or anyone gift. Super idea.

For some artsy types I could see free forming the outline of the bunny or even a Kitty or other furry type animal and make the shape of the rug in several animal types. You could also,take so,e fabric dye and make fur spots like a real animal. If you wanted to embellish further, you could transform this into a wall hanging, by adding eyes and strings to designate paws. Love this idea clever and it is so very cute!

This rug is really sweet and I think any child who loves animals generally and rabbits specifically, would be thrilled to have this rug in their room. The tutorial shows all the steps needed to achieve a successful rug and the author gives great advice and tips on making this project. I like that you could make this in any size, whatever fits the space you need. If a child owned a bunny, you could customize the color to match the actual pet. Such a lovely idea.

I have it, but not as large. I purchased a yard of fur and got three of them out and I hove how they turned out. I couldn't only get them contractor size not as big as the one in the picture. Easy to cut out and so fast. https//www.pinterest.com/pin/166562886194446705/

This is more than cute. My grand daughter will love this so much. She loves rabbits and also furry soft things like this. And it sure does look easy.even better will be if I can find this material in pink. That would make her the happiest little girl on earth.thank you for sharing.

This is way too cute!! And totally doable - I can cut fabric a lot easier than I can sew it

Where's the pattern??

@rwselch 6752023 if you click on the link above that reads "click here for DIY craft" it will take you to the designer's site where the printable template is located. Hope that helps! Kaylee, Editor of FaveCrafts.com

How to print the rabbit pattern??

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