It’s here! The sequel to my Elephant from Swaddling Blankets tutorial. I know, the anticipation was killing you all.
Round 2 of fun with swaddling blankets will turn 4 of these…
It’s a momma bunny and 2 baby bunnies, complete with fluffy tails. (I swear, these things are much cuter in person. I took a million pictures of them in different poses, but nothing conveys the cuteness like actually seeing them in real life. Sorry.)
What you will need- 4 swaddling blankets (I use Aden & Anais muslin blankets. They come in a 4 pack and you can even get them at most Super Targets.)
A spool of tulle, or tulle cut into about 9 2 inch by 18 inch strips
Let’s start by making the momma.
Take 2 of your 4 blankets and lay one on top of the other. If they have tags on them, align it so the tags on both blankets match up. This just makes it easier to hide them so they’re not hanging out of the bunny ears. Starting with the corner closest to the tag, roll the blanket into a long tube.
Then take that tube and fold it in half.
About 4-5 inches from the fold, wrap a piece of tulle around and tie it in a knot on the other side (this will be the underside).
Flip it back over, then cross the ends over and back like this.
Place a stip of tulle (about 18ish inches long, I guess) over the top of the bunny’s head, over where the body is secured with tulle. Wrap it around and tie it in a knot under the body (this will be on top of the tulle that’s holding the body together). Don’t clip the excess, though. You’re not done tying it.
Flip the bunny back over, then tie the ends behind the ears. To make the ears stand up a bit more, you could wrap the ends around the base of the ears first, and then tie it behind the ears.
Now you can trim off the ends of the tulle. (Click through to see the rest, including a super easy tulle pom pom tutorial inside a tutorial!)