Step 1: knit a square in garter stitch or stockinette stitch or for a super fast rabbit cut out a square from an old woollen sweater. A square about 18cm (7") width makes a large bunny as shown, the little one is made from a square approximately 12cm (5").
Step 2: Sew each corner up about one third of the length of the edge...
Step 4: Sew up the hole by gathering the top and bottom of the hole and stitching the sides of the hole together...
Step 5: Form the head by tying a length of yarn around tightly at the end you would like the head to be.
Step 6: Sew the limbs in place by sewing the front two legs together and folding the back two legs forward and stitching them to the body to keep them in place.
Step 7: Make some ears, stitch some eyes and a nose and finally attach a small pom pom or ball of yarn to form a tail. The ears can be made from cutting out a piece of felt, knitting some up or using a folded i-cord or other piece of cord or ribbon. Improvise and make your bunny uniquely yours. Happy making!
Other craft activities to do with the kids this easter holidays: