- 1 dishtowel
- 2 washcloths
Lay the dishtowel on the table with the wrong side up. Fold in thirds lengthwise. Fold in thirds again (Fig. 1).
Set aside. Take one of the washcloths and starting at one corner roll to the middle. Roll the opposite corner to the middle to meet it (Fig. 2).
This will be the ears. Fold the top part of the dishtowel down about 1/3 of the way. Take the washcloth "ears" and lay them inside the fold--Grab the ears by the points and pull up tightly (Fig. 3)
Tie with a piece of ribbon as close to the dishtowel as you can (tie a bow with the ribbon) (Fig. 4).
Tie another bow under the bulge you made with the ears (Fig. 5).
This makes the head. Starting at the edge roll up the other washcloth (Fig. 6).
This will be the arms. Slide the "arms" in between the back and front of the dishtowel up to the "neck". Tie a bow under the arms. This makes the waist. (Fig. 7)
Bring the "hands" to the front and tie at the "wrists" with another bow (Fig. .
You should have a little lady bunny ready to hold some wooden spoons, an Easter basket, flowers, etc.
Poem for Kitchen Bunny
"I am your kitchen bunny
when you tire of me
untie my bows...
and I will become 2 washcloths
and one drying towel"