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Micro Mini Bunny Quilt

Micro Mini Bunny

With Easter approaching I simply had to share with you all this super darling little bunny pattern, especially with the Micro Mini Sew along coming up in May! Find the pattern at the end of the article with a link to download. Finished quilt measures 5" X 4 1/2" tall.

(Micro Mini sew along from May 1-31, 2022)

What is the Micro Mini Sew Along? During the month of May on my Instagram and Facebook page, you can join in the fun of “sewing small”! Dig out your tiny scraps, reduce patterns, or simply go for it and stitch up a quilted project that measures 8” or less. There will be challenges throughout the month including, “smallest quilt”, “treasures from the trash” (sewing a project with only fabrics from your trash bin). Will there be prizes? Oh yes! There will be 15 sponsors this year and some amazing prizes including fabric packs, patterns, quilting tools, needle minders, and more. 

How can you participate? All you need to do is create your own Micro Mini Quilt and post it during the month of May using the hashtag #microminisal on Instagram or Facebook, sponsors will then choose their favourites as winners. I must warn you, once you start sewing small, it can be very addicting, and you will begin to look at your scraps in a whole new way :). Need some inspiration? This will be the forth year of the sew along and there is plenty of teeny tiny quilts posted on the #microminisal page on Instagram for you to admire. You can also find how-to videos showing tips and tricks for sewing your little makes such as, tiny binding, making a 1 1/4” nine patch, and plenty of improv ideas.

Even if you decide you would just like to follow along in the fun, that would be great too! We love comments, feedback and sharing. See you in May!

Click here to download the  Micro Mini Bunny Pattern



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