First, get a old, long-sleeved, shirt (that is washed first!) you don't need anything else. Then start sewing the top opening (near the collar)until that opening is completely blocked.
Next, sew the seam where the shoulder and armpit areas were for both sides. Now stuff in cotton from the bottom opening. If you did this project correctly so far, you should have no fluffiness in the sleeves.
Now that you've stuffed your Everything Bunny, you should stitch the bottom opening. When you're done with this step, stuff both sleeves and stitch up the ends of the sleeves.
You are now done with the structure of the Everything Bunny. It's time for decoration.
Decorate it anyway you want.
When you're done decorating, it's time to use it. You can use it for a doll, a pillow, a neck pillow on long car trips if you add a button and rubber band to the sleeves, and you can use it for many more things.
It's a simple sewing project, and yet a very useful and fun object!
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