Have you tried my Petite Patterns?

Petite; don’t you love the name? These little patterns from Bunny Hill are exactly that…petite in pattern size (they fit into a card), petite in project size, and petite in price ($5.99).  They’re perfect for those times that you just want to stitch a little gift or surprise for a friend.  Bunny Hill Petites are designed for fun!  After hours of working on block of the months and applique, my petites are pure sewing joy for me.

 

Look at the Bunny Hill Petites we have now!

Just tuck them inside a card and you have the perfect little gift…

…dress up a present…

…or dress up a Christmas tree!

You’ll see more Petites come May!

You’ll find the ones I have now on my web site www.bunnyhilldesigns.com .

Have a great Monday everyone!  Back soon!

Anne

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  • Tina - I hadn’t thought of using these on a present – great idea! Thanks Anne!ReplyCancel

  • Francisca Voltes - Preciosos, me encantan.
    Gracias por hacer cosas tan bonitas.
    FaraReplyCancel

  • Amy - Oh I love these. How sweet to put In my girls Easter baskets!ReplyCancel

  • mimi'sdarlins - Picking a favorite Petite pattern is like trying to pick a favorite kid…it can’t be done! I like making them to match the baby quilts I make. I have a couple of these, and I really need the bunny one, but I’m looking fwd to seeing your new ones!!ReplyCancel

  • Anna - Do you sleep?! Adorable!ReplyCancel

  • Vickie E - Yes I have tried them and I LOVE them..ReplyCancel

  • The Chocolate Cat - Oh Anne , these are adorable!ReplyCancel

  • Carrie P. - Too cute. Can’t wait to see what comes in May.ReplyCancel

  • Ina - They are so cute…I would love to make some in xmas fabric for my xmas tree! ;0ReplyCancel

  • Lorrie - I made several of the Allie Dog up. Gave 2 away as gifts, 1 to the Pet-smart girls with a jar of cookies and had a tag made to say Daisy’s (my pup) 1st Christmas and used it as an ornament on the tree. Super cute and easy pattern!ReplyCancel

  • gerry - Anne- how are Bitsy and Chelsea doing? I’m dying for a pic! How is Chelsea’s weight?ReplyCancel

  • Jean - Let me guess….a squirrel…but then I’m stumped as to what others…ReplyCancel

  • NatQuebec - they are so cute :-)ReplyCancel

  • corinne demonstoy - love, love the bunny, will look cute in an Easter Basket. great fabric choiceReplyCancel

  • Marcia P. - Yes I have! :) I bought Scooter Pie and Allie. I made Scooter Pie to add to the Christmas gifts for my Quilt Group. They loved them. The big question however was the stuffing. I used the stuffing you had recommended in your blog. It worked so much better than the stuff I got from the local stores. I ended up buying three bags from your website. I can’t find it anywhere else. They are so cute and make such excellent replacements for bows on baby shower gifts. I made up a bunch and they are in a basket in my sewing room. These are so simple and adorable. I dress them up with ribbons, sew hearts on them, make collars and add bells and buttons. OH WHAT FUN! I cannot wait for more. I have a the creativity of a brick so I’m so thankful for these little beauties!!ReplyCancel

  • Loló Childrens - Adorables. They are so cute.
    KissReplyCancel

  • Barb Haakonson - Hi, I made Baby Bear for my great nephew, really turned out cute. BUT, I was wondering what kind of tool you used for stuffing, I had a little hard time with that. Yours look so smooth.ReplyCancel