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Bunny Suit Pattern Tutorial by Kapalaka Bunny Suit Pattern Tutorial by Kapalaka
I have been messaged occasionally regarding how I made my bunny suit, so I decided to make a patterning tutorial! Always a fan of hot babes in bunny suits! I hope this makes it a bit easier... if something is unclear let me know so I can make revisions.

Photo on the top left was taken by ~Morataya, and the original can be seen here. [link]
Sketches, graphics, layout, and instructions were made by myself.

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You saint! I've seen a few plastic wrap tutorials and they've come out awesome :) how well do you think this could be adapted to make a corset? Just by cutting and shaping at the hips? (I know it's a stupid question, just want an opinion from a pro ^^;)
Kapalaka Mar 17, 2014  Student Artisan Crafter
I am also super flattered you consider me a pro. XD !!! Good luck to you!
Kapalaka Mar 17, 2014  Student Artisan Crafter
It could definitely be used to make a corset! It's actually a very common way people make their first basic corset. I would highly recommend studying existing corset patterns online. It will help you  to see how corset cinching patterns generally look and give you better judgement in how to alter lines once the plastic wrap is rolled out. This method will give you a bodice pattern to your actual size, but it is up to you how you want to sculpt your silhouette.
rnko26 Dec 6, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
bunny suits, gotta love'em and the girls...sorry ladies who wear them
Honey-Hime Sep 10, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I can't figure out how much fabric I need to buy.. I can't find a pattern online displaying sizes and such like normal patterns.
Kapalaka Sep 10, 2013  Student Artisan Crafter
Generally 1.5 yards is plenty for a bunnysuit. If you wanted to line it, also get 1.5 yds of a lining fabric as well. If your body size is larger than an American size 16, 2 yards would be more advisable. :)
JessIcan313 Aug 1, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
Thankyou so so much for this!!! It's so helpful!! I am using it right now!!
This is really helpful, thanks so much!
Kapalaka Jun 12, 2013  Student Artisan Crafter
I'm glad to hear it! :D Yaaaay! You're welcome!
Ashlen-Rose Apr 29, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
This is such a LIFE saver, thank you for making it!!! Do you have any recommendations on how to calculate how much fabric is needed to make the suit? I can private message you my measurements if that will help?
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