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You will need: Facecloth, rubber band, ribbon, small amount of white wool and black embroidery thread.
This is a bit like origami with a facecloth. First fold the facecloth in half diagonally.
Tightly roll the facecloth triangle up, start with the pointy corner so that you end up with the long fold at the end of the roll.
Fold the cloth in half.
Fold in half again, this will form the head and ears. Place a rubber band tightly around the cloth about 2/3 of the way down.
Adjust and play with the cloth until you are happy it looks like a rabbit's head.
You will notice the 'face' is split down the middle, keep it together when you sew on the features. Using the black embroidery thread make a simple 'X' to represent the nose and mouth, a bit like Miffy from the children's books, and two French knots for the eyes.
For the tail, using white wool, make a quick pom pom by wrapping wool around two fingers, slipping it off and tying it tightly in the middle, cut the loops to form a ball. You can use scissors to snip the pom pom to the size and shape you want, sew it onto the back of the rabbit.
Tie a ribbon around the rabbits neck.
The body of the rabbit has a depression in it just right to put a Cadbury's creme egg. Alternatively you could put it in a basket with bath stuff.
Another use, for this bunny, came from Meridith she said "Here, they are called,"Boo boo bunnies". It sounds like a silly name, but when kids get a bump and need ice on it moms/pre-school teachers/whoever, put ice where you would put a cream egg and then put the bunny on the 'boo boo'!" I think that sounds like a lovely idea.