Tuesday, April 3, 2018

Summer Patio Pattern Premiere {Giveaway and Sale!}

I'm excited to share our newest Honey, Bunny, and Doll pattern -- Summer Patio!


This pattern is perfect for the jelly rolls you've been hoarding in your stash! This pattern includes a twin size option (68" x 91") and a full size option (77" x 91"). Rather than using a background fabric for the sashing, this pattern uses a single fabric for the borders and the sashing to make the blocks float like tiles! You can get the pattern on Etsy or Craftsy.

We've also reached a huge milestone -- over 900 likes on our HBD Facebook page! Thank you for showing such support for us over the last few years! We love designing patterns and selling fabric. As a little thank you to all of our friends and followers, our Christine's Kitchen and Starburst patterns are $9 on Etsy for a short time only! (Regularly $12!!)



So let's also do a Summer Patio pattern giveaway! As is our normal MO, leave comments to enter!

1. Leave a comment with what fabric line you'd use to make your own Summer Patio quilt. I think it would be great in any Bonnie and Camille line!

2. Leave a second comment if you are a follower of Little Bunny Quilts (blog, Instagram) or Honey, Bunny, and Doll (FB page, FB group, Instagram)! We couldn't have gotten to where we are without you!

I'll pick winners (YES WINNERS!) next Monday and update this post when I do!

Here are our winners!



Happy Tuesday!

35 comments:

  1. I have an ancient jelly roll full of Texas wildflowers that would be perfect for your Patio pattern.

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  2. And I follow your blog via Bloglovin.

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  3. I think Nest by Lella Boutique -Moda would be pretty in this pattern!

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  4. I have a Tula Pink jelly roll that I've been saving for just the right project and this would be a good one.

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  5. I have been wanting to make a quilt for myself using my blue & green dragonfly jelly roll--this would be just right for that project!

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  6. I would use some Tula pink all stars fabrics.

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  7. I have a fat quarter bundle of "Honey Bee" by Rae Ritchie that I have not cut into yet. It would be perfect for this design. Thank you!

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  8. I am a follower of Little Bunny Quilts on bloglovin.

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  9. I have a "Homemade" Jelly Roll!! Would make a Super quilt with your Pattern! (Yep..would be for this Momma!! giggle...) Thank you for chance to win your Give-a-way too! :)

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  10. Am a Follower already thru Email & Bloglovin :)

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  11. I have a jelly roll of a line from Me & My Sister, don't remember the name, but the colors would be great for this pattern.

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  12. I follow your blog on my blogger dashboard/GFC.

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  13. I have an older jelly roll of Nicey Jane that has been looking for the right pattern. This might very well be the perfect match! :)

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  14. I follow your blog via email.

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  15. I have a Me and My Sister jelly roll that I'd love to use for this lovely pattern!

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  16. Anything bright & fun by Me & My Sister! I'm especially loving the combo of pink & orange lately. basaran.family(at)rogers(dot)com

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  17. I follow your blog by email.
    basaran.family(at)rogers(dot)com

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  18. Love your quilt patterns! This would look awesome with bright Kate Spain or RWB Minnick & Simpson.

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  19. I follow Little Bunny blog and HBD on facebook =)

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  20. I am a scrappy quilter at heart and cut 2.5" strips from most all of the fabric I bring into my stash. So I have lots of strips to choose from to make this pattern in.

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  21. I follow you via Bloglovin and IG.

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  22. I have a Repo 30's jelly roll that I think would look great in this quilt.

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  23. I would love to make the quilt from scraps.

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  24. I have some sashing strips left over from a previous project and I'd try to find something to go with them so I could finally get them out of the stash. It's a fun pattern.

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  25. I would use fabric from my (quite large) stash to make your pattern.
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  26. I follow you on Bloglovin.
    barbkaup(at)(yahoo)(dot)(com)

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