I call her "Daisy" the fabric Easter bunny because the daisy flower she represents brings a smile when you stumble upon a hill full of them. Now imagine the face of your child or grandchild when the Easter eggs open and here comes Daisy out ready to play. That would be worth a good Easter egg hunt I'd say. I don't yet have a name for the male bunny, so feel free to come up with one. If you read my last post on how to make an Easter egg that doubles as a bag from fabric scraps then you will want to make this little toy and place it inside the egg to hide in the garden or in the house if the weather is not cooperating for the annual Easter egg hunt. I recommend using a fat quarter and make two bunnies at the same time. Why you ask? This is something that only mothers can really answer. When your child gets attached to a toy and then she loses track of it, your child spends many nights crying about it. Some people would argue that loss is something kids need to learn to deal with, but I argue that life is much too short to introduce sadness into a child's world. Plus, you are making an Easter bunny made with fabric, not buying it. Sell the other one to recoup your material expenditure. That's how I used to sponsor my sewing habit. This is a great little project for beginners just learning to sew. It requires little in materials and can be done in about an hour. But your child will play with it and cherish the memories for a long, long time.