April 30, 2020

Bunny Treat Bags

I saw these bunny treat bags some time ago and wanted to make them as gifts for Easter and include a little treat inside.  I was almost hopping with joy at how cute they turned out. 

Essex linen and two Carolyn Friedlander Euclid prints were used for the outer fabric.  And, for the lining fabric I used recycled fabrics from men's chambray shirts.  The pastel blue, yellow and pink paired well with the Essex. 

It had been a long time since I had done any embroidery, but it went quickly as the eyes were just two french knots.  I don't know the name of stitch for the nose but it was easy to do as well.  I also used Aurifil's Cotton Floss for the first time. 

Here's what the Bunny Treat Bags look like untied.

The Bunny Treat Bag free pattern and tutorial can be found here at Stitched by Crystal.  I did omit the pom pom tail without subtracting from the cuteness factor too much! 

I think my great niece and nephews and co-worker's child were all thrilled with the Bunny Treat Bags which were finished just in time for Easter. 

Since making the Bunny Treat Bags was my April One Monthly Goal,  I'll be linking with Patty at Elm Street Quilts.  You can see all the April OMG finishes right here


  1. I love these every time I see them...looking forward to making them some day.

  2. Too cute!!! They are adorable! I hope to make them someday, too!

  3. They are so cute, and I love the fabrics you used!

  4. These are so ridiculously cute, Paige! What a great Easter treat!