Making a Bleach Bottle Bunny

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Making this adorable bunny is a great way to repurpose a bleach bottle. This is a page about bleach bottle bunny surprise.


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February 24, 2005

Here's a fun project to make using a bleach bottle and yarn for a nice Easter display or gift. Can also be made into a small purse.


  1. Using full size patterns Download PDF File
  2. Use a Magic Marker, draw and cut 3 body pieces and 2 earpieces from the bleach bottle.
  3. Punch holes around the edge of each one as indicated.
  4. Make 2 sc in each hole around the sides with 4 sc in each end hole. Repeat for each piece.

The body piece is 5 inches from point to point and the ear piece is 4 3/4 inches from end to end. The size can vary some if you need it larger or smaller.


To assemble:

  1. Lay two body pieces together and stitch together along one curved edge from one point to the other.
  2. Lay the third piece against one of the first two pieces and, again, sew along curved side from one end to the other.
  3. Now take the two sides that are still free, and sew up about an inch and a half from each end, leaving an opening in the middle. You should have a pouch that, when you place your thumb on one end and your fingers on the other and squeeze slightly, the pouch opens.
  4. With the Magic Marker, blacken the top of the paper fasteners. These will be the eyes as well as holding the ears in place.
  5. Using the photo as a guide, fasten the ears in place and glue on the pompom nose and tail with your hot glue gun. Now you have a cute little Bunny to insert treasures inside to the delight of your favorite child.
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  7. Add a ribbon to make a purse!

By Harlean from Arkansas

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