Hello Mr. Easter Sock Bunny!

Hello Mr. Easter Sock Bunny!

This tutorial shows you how to turn a baby sock into an adorable Easter Bunny Craft Project. This Easter bunny is perfect for popping in to gift baskets.

What you need

Baby sock – We used a fluffy white sock
Embroidery thread and needle for face or felt
Toy stuffing  to fill sock
Needle and thread



With Easter just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about fun and festive decorations and gifts to celebrate the holiday. And what could be cuter than a DIY Easter Bunny made from a simple baby sock?

This craft project is not only adorable but also easy to make and perfect for adding a personal touch to your Easter baskets or home decor. All you need is a baby sock, some basic crafting supplies, and a little bit of creativity, and you’ll be well on your way to creating a cute and cuddly bunny that everyone will love.

Whether you’re a skilled crafter or just looking for a fun and easy project to do with your kids, this DIY Easter Bunny made from a sock is sure to be a hit. And with its small size and versatility, it’s the perfect addition to any Easter basket or tabletop display.

So why not give it a try and see what kind of cute and creative bunny you can come up with? You might just be surprised at how much fun you can have with a simple baby sock!



Start by taking your sock and turning it onto its side. You will need to cut down the middle to create the ears. Do not cut too far or you will have too small a head.


Once it has been cut, you need to stitch the ears closed with sewing stitches. , simply stitch up each side using a running stitch or any other stitch you are comfortable with. If you have craft glue you could use glue on the edges, keeping the middle open so you can stuff it or your ears will be too floppy.  You will need to stuff the ears with filling, I like to make sure my ears are nice and firm, use a pencil or chopstick to help push small tufts of filling into the ears.  Little pieces work best for pushing into small spaces, just keep adding more until it is the firmness you would like.

Next using the embroidery floss stitch the face into position. The face should sit right in the middle of the heel. Create the face by stitching 3-4 long stitches in one spot to form the round part of the nose, then stitch down to form the cheeks. Use the image below as a guide. Change your embroidery thread to black to create the eyes.

Continue to fill the bunny until it is nice and firm and close up the bottom with more stitches. Use a rubber band or a ribbon in the center to create the neck, do this by tying it tight to form the neck indentation.

Finish it off with ribbons.

This Easter bunny is perfect for popping into gift baskets or for a small child. (stitched only features to avoid choking hazzards)





  1. Wry cute instructions really easy to do love it

  2. very cute. Thank you for sharing.

  3. Jeretta Bliss says

    very cute. it looks like an bunny.

  4. How did yo get the nice rounded part in between the ears?

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