Here’s how you can make one:
Supplies: 15 assorted prints, fat quarters or 1/4 yard cuts
1 yard of cream solid cotton
Heat n Bond Lite by Therm O Web for appliqué
1/2 yard fabric for binding
1 1/3 yard fabric for quilt back
Assemble the Bricks:
Cut the 15 assorted prints into 3″ strips x WOF
Sub cut the strips into 6.5″ bricks
Here you can see my 12 rows. The rows will be sewn into sets of 3’s.
Continue sewing the rows together in sets of 3’s. The ends of each row will be uneven because we are offsetting the rows. Once the rows are sewn, press seams to one side and “square up” the edges (below).
Cut the bunny fabric and Heat n Bond roughly the size of the Sizzix Die. Iron Heat n Bond Lite to the wrong side of the fabric. Run the fused piece through the Sizzix to cut the bunny. I cut 2 at a time.
I was completely in love with each and every bunny that I cranked out!!
Peel the backing off the Heat n Bond Lite and position the bunnies as desired. I alternated the direction of the bunnies in each row.
Iron the bunnies into place and top stitch twice around each bunny using black thread.
Now that the quilt top is finished, quilt as desired! I quilted straight lines in the “brick” part and “loop-de-loos” in the bunny part.