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BUNNY’S GARDEN QuiltSIZE 64” X 64” LEVEL INTERMEDIATE DESIGNED BY HEIDI PRIDEMOREFREE PATTERN AVAILABLE ON MICHAELMILLERFABRICS.COM

FABRIC REQUIREMENTSCX7761 TOMATOBUNNY’S GARDEN1/2 YARDCX7762 SKYHOPPING FENCES1-2/3 YARDSCX7763 CARROTFLOWER PATCH3/8 YARDCX7763 GRASSFLOWER PATCH1/2 YARDCX7763 SKY*FLOWER PATCH5/8 YARD (INCLUDES BINDING)CX7763 TOMATOFLOWER PATCH3/8 YARDCX7764 TOMATOLITTLE NIBBLES7/8 YARDCX7765 PRIMARYHAPPY TRAILS3/4 YARDSC5333 BRIGHT WHITECOTTON COUTURE7/8 YARDSC5333 GREENCOTTON COUTURE1/4 YARDSC5333 BREEZECOTTON COUTURE1-1/8 YARDSCX7763 SKYFLOWER PATCH4 YARDSFABRIC REQUIREMENTSSKUYARDAGE PER ONE QUILT# OF BOLTS FOR 12 KITS# OF BOLTS FOR 24 KITS(A) CX7761-TOMATO1/2 YARD1 BOLT (6 YARDS)1 BOLT (12 YARDS)(B) CX7762-SKY1-2/3 YARDS2 BOLTS (20 YARDS)3 BOLTS (40 YARDS)(C) CX7763-CARROT3/8 YARD1 BOLT (2-1/4 YARDS)1 BOLT (4-1/2 YARDS)(D) CX7763-GRASS1/2 YARD1 BOLT (6 YARDS)1 BOLT (12 YARDS)(E) CX7763-SKY*5/8 YARD1 BOLT (7-1/2 YARDS)1 BOLT (15 YARDS)(F) CX7763-TOMATO3/8 YARD1 BOLT (2-1/4 YARDS)1 BOLT (4-1/2 YARDS(G) CX7764-TOMATO7/8 YARD1 BOLT (10-1/2 YARDS)2 BOLTS (21 YARDS)(H) CX7765-PRIMARY3/4 YARD1 BOLT (9 YARDS)2 BOLTS (18 YARDS)(I) SC5333-BRIGHT WHITE7/8 YARD1 BOLT (10-1/2 YARDS)2 BOLTS (21 YARDS)(J) SC5333-GREEN1/4 YARD1 BOLT (3 YARDS)1 BOLT (6 YARDS)(K) SC5333-BREEZE1-1/8 YARDS1 BOLT (13-1/2 YARDS)2 BOLTS (27 YARDS)(BACKING) CX7763-SKY4 YARDS4 BOLTS (48 YARDS)7 BOLTS (96 YARDS)16 BOLTS (12W/O BACK)24 BOLTS (17W/O BACK)TOTAL BOLTS NEEDED*INCLUDES BINDINGWE DO OUR BEST TO MAKE SURE THESE ARE ACCURATE YARDAGESBUT THESE ARE ESTIMATES UNTIL THE FINAL PATTERN IS COMPLETED AND EDITED. THANK YOU.p.212.704.0774 info@michaelmillerfabrics.com www.michaelmillerfabrics.com

"Bunny's Garden"Quilt by Heidi PridemoreSize: Approximately 64" x 64" Skill Level: IntermediateMaterialsCutting instructionsPlease Note: All strips are cut across the width of fabric (WOF) from selvage to selvage edge unless otherwise noted.FabricYardage(A)CX7761-TomatoBunny’s Garden - Tomato½ yard(B)CX7762-SkyHopping Fences – Sky1 ⅔ yards Cut two 5 ½” x 54 ½” Length of Fabric (LOF) strips. Cut two 5 ½” x 54 ½” WOF strips from the remaining fabric,piece as needed.(C)CX7763-CarrotFlower Patch – Carrot⅜ yard Cut one 6 ½” x WOF strip. Sub-cut eight 3 ½” x 6 ½” strips. Cut one 2 ½” x WOF strip. Sub-cut eight 2 ½” squares.(D)CX7763-GrassFlower Patch – Grass½ yard Cut three 1” x WOF strips. Sub-cut ten 1” x 8 ½” strips. Cut two 1” x WOF strips. Sub-cut ten 1” x 7 ½” strips. Cut four 1” x WOF strips. Sub-cut eight 1” x 16 ½” strips. Cut four 1” x WOF strips. Sub-cut eight 1” x 15 ½” strips.(E)CX7763-SkyFlower Patch – Sky⅝ yard Cut seven 2 ½” x WOF strips for the binding.(F)CX7763-TomatoFlower Patch – Tomato⅜ yard Cut one 6 ½” x WOF strip. Sub-cut eight 3 ½” x 6 ½” strips. Cut one 2 ½” x WOF strip. Sub-cut eight 2 ½” squares.(G)CX7764-TomatoLittle Nibbles – Tomato⅞ yard(H)CX7765-PrimaryHappy Trails – Primary¾ yard(I)SC5333-Bright WhiteCotton Couture – Bright White⅞ yard Cut two 3 ½” x WOF strips. Sub-cut the strips into sixteen 3 ½”squares. Cut two 2” x WOF strips. Sub-cut thirty-two 2” squares. Cut four 2” x WOF strips. Sub-cut eight 2” x 15 ½” strips. Cut three 2” x WOF strips. Sub-cut eight 2” x 12 ½” strips. Cut three 2” x WOF strips. Sew the strips together end to endwith diagonal seams and cut two 2” x 54 ½” strips. Cut three 2” x WOF strips. Sew the strips together end to endwith diagonal seams and cut two 2” x 51 ½” strips. Cut one 6 ½” x WOF strip. Sub-cut the strip into four 6 ½” squares. Cut two 1 ½” x WOF strips. Sub-cut the strips into forty1 ¼” x 1 ½” strips. Cut one 1” x WOF strip. Sub-cut the strip into twenty 1” x 1 ½” strips. Cut nine 2” x WOF strips. Sub-cut the strips into eighty2” x 4 ½” strips. Cut two 1 ½” x WOF strips. Sub-cut the strip into twenty1 ½” x 3” strips. Cut one 1 ½” x WOF strip. Sub-cut the strip into twenty1 ½” x 2” strips.(J)SC5333-GreenCotton Couture – Grass¼ yard(K)SC5333-BreezeCotton Couture – Breeze1 ⅛ yardsBackingCX7763-SkyFlower Patch – Sky4 yardsCutting Cut one 7 ½” x WOF strip. Sub-cut the strip into five 7 ½” squares. Cut one 5 ½” x WOF strip. Sub-cut the strip into four 5 ½” squares. See instructions to cut sixteen leaves. Cut one 2” x WOF strip. Sub-cut the strip into twenty 2” squares. Cut one 3” x WOF strip. Sub-cut the strip into twenty 2” x 3” strips. Cut one 4 ½” x WOF strip. Sub-cut the strip into twenty 2” x 4 ½”strips. Cut three 2” x WOF strips. Sub-cut the strips into eighty 1 ¼” x 2”strips. Cut two 1” x WOF strips. Sub-cut the strips into forty 1” x 2” strips. Cut five 1 ¼” x WOF strips. Sub-cut the strips into (160) 1 ¼”squares. Cut three 2” x WOF strips. Sew the strips together end to endwith diagonal seams and cut two 2” x 51 ½” strips. Cut three 2” x WOF strips. Sew the strips together end to endwith diagonal seams and cut two 2” x 48 ½” strips. Cut two 72” x WOF strips. Piece the strips together and trimto make the 72” x 72” pieced backing.You will also need: 72” x 72” batting, fusible web, threads to match, scissors, straight pins, acrylic ruler, rotary cutter and mat.3

DisclaimersThis pattern is provided as a courtesy to quilt stores, catalogs and quilters. Michael MillerFabrics, LLC is not responsible for the accuracy of any kits packaged to accompany thispattern. Please direct any inquiries to the kit maker.Yardage requirements for this pattern may allow for excess yardage to accommodate specificplacement of motifs or to allow for any fussy-cutting to achieve the finished quilt design.While every attempt has been made to give accurate measurements, yardage requirementsand construction directions; this does not allow personal variations in measuring, cuttingor sewing. The enclosed directions were used in the construction of the original quilt.Block Assembly1.Sew one 1” x 7 ½” Fabric D strip to each side of one 7 ½” Fabric A square.Sew one 1” x 8 ½” Fabric D strip to the top and to the bottom of theFabric A square to make one Unit 1 block (Fig. 1). Repeat to make fiveUnit 1 blocks total.Unit 1make 5DDADDFig. 12.Sew one 1 ½” x 2” Fabric I strip to the right side of (1) 2” Fabric K square. Sew one 1 ½” x 3”Fabric I strip to the top of the Fabric K strip to make one Unit 2 block (Fig. 2). Repeat to maketwenty Unit 2 blocks total.3.Sew one 2” x 3” Fabric K strip to the top of one Unit 2 block. Sew one 2” x 4 ½” Fabric K stripto the right side of the Unit 2 block to make one Unit 3 block (Fig. 3). Repeat to make twentyUnit 3 blocks total.4.Sew one 1 ¼” x 2” Fabric K strip to the top and to the bottom of one 1 ¼” x 1 ½” Fabric I stripto make one Unit 4 strip (Fig. 4). Repeat to make forty Unit 4 strips total.5.Sew one 1” x 2” Fabric K strip to the top and to the bottom of one 1” x 1 ½” Fabric I strip tomake one Unit 5 strip (Fig. 5). Repeat to make twenty Unit 5 strips total.Unit 2make 20IK IFig. 2Unit 3make 20KUnit K2Fig. 3Unit 4make 40Unit 5make 20KKIIKKFig. 4Fig. 54

6.Place one 1 ¼” Fabric K square on the top left corner of one 2” x 4 ½” Fabric I strip, right sidestogether (Fig. 6). Sew across the diagonal of the small square from the upper right corner tothe lower left corner (Fig. 6). Flip open the triangle formed and press (Fig. 7). Trim away theexcess fabric from behind the triangle 1/4" away from the sewn seam.7.Follow Figure 8 for the seam direction to add a 1 ¼” Fabric K square to the upper right cornerof the 2” x 4 ½” Fabric I strip to make one Unit 6 strip (Fig. 9).8.Repeat Steps 6-7 to make eighty Unit 6 strips total.9.Sew one Unit 6 strip, one Unit 4 strip, one Unit 6 strip, one Unit 5 strip, one Unit 6 strip, oneUnit 4 strip and one Unit 6 strip together lengthwise and in that order to make one Unit 7 strip(Fig. 10). Repeat to make twenty Unit 7 strips total.Unit 7make 20Unit 6make 80Fig. 610.Fig. 7Fig. 8Unit 6Unit 4Fig. 10Unit 6Fig. 9Unit 5IUnit 6Unit 4KUnit 6KSew one Unit 7 strip to each side of one Unit 1 block. Sew one Unit 3 block to each end ofone Unit 7 strip. Pay attention to the orientation of the blocks. Repeat to make a second strip.Sew the strips to the top and to the bottom of the Unit 1 block to make one Block One square(Fig. 11). Repeat to make five Block One squares total.Block Onemake 5Unit 3Unit 3Unit 7Unit 7Unit 3Fig. 11Unit1Unit 7Unit 7Unit 35

11.Place one 2 ½” Fabric F square on the top left corner of one 6 ½” Fabric H square, right sidestogether (Fig. 12). Sew across the diagonal of the smaller square from the upper right corner tothe lower left corner (Fig. 12). Flip open the triangle formed and press (Fig. 13). Trim away theexcess fabric from behind the triangle 1/4" away from the sewn seam.12.Follow Figure 14 for the seam direction to add a 2 ½” Fabric F square to each of the remainingcorners of the 6 ½” Fabric H square to make one Unit 8 block (Fig. 15).13.Repeat Steps 11-12 to make a second Unit 8 block.14.Repeat Steps 11-12 using two 6 ½” Fabric H squares and eight 2 ½” Fabric C squares to maketwo Unit 9 blocks (Fig. 16).Unit 9make 2Unit 8make 2FFig. 12Fig. 13Fig. 14CFCHHFFFig. 15CCFig. 1615.Place one 2” Fabric G square on the upper left corner of one 3 ½” x 6 ½” Fabric F strip, rightsides together. Sew across the diagonal of the square from the upper right corner to the lowerleft corner. Flip open the triangle formed and press. Trim away the excess fabric from behindthe triangle, leaving a ¼” seam allowance.16.Place another 2” Fabric G square on the upper right corner of the 3 ½” x 6 ½” Fabric F strip,right sides together. Sew across the diagonal of the square from the upper left corner to thelower right corner. Flip open the triangle formed and press. Trim away the excess fabric frombehind the triangle, leaving a ¼” seam allowance to make one Unit 10 strip (Fig. 17).17.Repeat Steps 15-16 to make eight Unit 10 strips total.18.Repeat Steps 15-16 using eight 3 ½” x 6 ½” Fabric C strips andsixteen 2” Fabric G squares to make eight Unit 11 strips (Fig. 18).GUnit 10make 8FGFig. 17Unit 11make 8GCGFig. 1819.Following the manufacturer’s instructions, trace the listed number of each template onto thepaper side of the fusible web. Roughly cut out each template about 1/8” outside the drawnlines.20.Press each template onto the wrong side of the fabrics as listed on the templates. Cut out eachtemplate on the drawn lines.21.Refer to Figure 19 to arrange and press one Fabric J leaf onto one 3 ½” Fabric Gsquare.Unit 12make 1622.Finish the raw edges of each shape with a decorative stitch such as a buttonholeor satin stitch to make one Unit 12 block.JGFig. 1923.Repeat Steps 21-22 and make sixteen Unit 12 blocks total.6

24.Sew one Unit 10 strip to each side of one Unit 8 block. Sew one Unit 12 block to each end ofone Unit 10 strip. Repeat to make a second strip. Pay attention to the orientation of theblocks. Sew the strips to the top and to the bottom of the Unit 8 strip to make one Unit 13block (Fig. 20). Repeat to make a second Unit 13 block.25.Sew one 2” x 12 ½” Fabric G strip to each side of one Unit 13 block. Sew one 2” x 15 ½”Fabric G strip to the top and to the bottom of the Unit 13 block to make one Unit 14 block(Fig. 21). Repeat to make a second Unit 14 block.26.Sew one 1” x 15 ½” Fabric D strip to each side of one Unit 14 block. Sew one 1” x 16 ½”Fabric D strip to the top and to the bottom of the Unit 14 block to make one Block Two square(Fig. 22). Repeat to make a second Block Two square.Unit 13make 2Unit12Unit10Unit10Unit12Unit 8Unit10Unit Unit1210Fig. 2027.Block Twomake 2DUnit 14make 2GGUnit12Unit 13GDGFig. 21Fig. 22Unit 14DDRepeat Steps 24-26 and use Figures 23-25 for fabric identification, location and orientation tomake two Block Three squares.Unit 15make 2UnitUnit1211Unit12Unit11Unit11Unit 9Unit Unit1211Fig. 23Block Threemake 2DUnit 16make 2GGUnit12Unit 15GDGFig. 24Fig. 25Unit 16DD7

Quilt Top Assembly(Follow the Quilt layout while assembling the quilt top.)28.Sew one Block One square to each side of one Block Two square to make Row One. Repeatto make Row Three.29.Sew one Block Three square to each side of one Block One square to make Row Two.30.Sew the three rows together in numerical order to make the Center Block.31.Sew one 2” x 48 ½” Fabric K strip to each side of the Center Block. Sew one 2” x 51 ½”Fabric K strip to the top and to the bottom of the Center Block.32.Sew one 2” x 51 ½” Fabric H strip to each side of the Center Block. Sew one 2” x 54 ½”Fabric H strip to the top and to the bottom of the Center Block.33.Sew one 5 ½” x 54 ½” Fabric B strip to each side of the Center Block. Sew one 5 ½” Fabric Asquare to each end of one 5 ½” x 54 ½” Fabric B strip. Repeat to make a second strip. Sewthe strips to the top and to the bottom of the Center Block to make the quilt top.34.Layer and quilt as desired.35.Sew the seven 2 ½” x WOF Fabric E strips together, end-to-end with 45-degree seams, tomake the binding. Fold this long strip in half lengthwise with wrong sides together and press36.Bind as desired.Leaf TemplateTrace 16Fabric J1” squarefor scale8

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bunny's garden quilt size 64" x 64" level intermediate designed by heidi pridemore free pattern available on michaelmillerfabrics.com. fabric requirements cx7761 tomato bunny's garden 1/2 yard cx7763 tomato flower patch 3/8 yard cx7764 tomato little nibbles 7/8 yard cx7765 primary happy trails 3/4 yard cx7763 sky* flower patch 5/8 .

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