fat quarter friday {guest post from Me Sew Crazy}

Hi everyone! I am Jessica from Me Sew Crazy, and I am so happy to be here today! When Christina announced that she was starting her Fat Quarter Fridays, I was thrilled! Not being a quilter myself, I never really know what to do with those little squares. I couldn’t wait to see what she would come up with, using such little fabric! When she asked me if I wanted to participate, I was honored and excited to pick up the challenge!

With Easter around the corner, my mind has been pretty occupied with wanting to keep our Easter Baskets homemade. My kids would probably be just as thrilled if I threw in some Peeps and jellybeans – lol. But I want it to be more than that this year. I want it to be from the heart.

So when the Fat Quarter project rolled around, I had Easter on the brain!

Without further ado, I give you Easter Bunny Bean Bags!

These cute little guys use only 1 Fat Quarter to make 3 bean bags, and will provide a great game to play with those Easter Baskets!

My daughter really tried hard to get those bunnies in her basket!

Whereas my other daughter…well, had a different approach:

Either way, they kept going back to play some more!

My favorite part? My daughter gave hers away at the end of the playdate to her friend because she enjoyed playing with them so much. I am so proud of her :).

For your free tutorial to make these cute little bunnies, click HERE.

Thank you again so much for having me Christina!

Happy Sewing everyone!

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Comments

  1. So stinkin' cute! I see some of these going into Joey's basket this year! Maybe as plushies instead of bean bags, though.

  2. Those are so cute! What a great idea! Thanks!

  3. a H.I.T. says:

    What a fun game and great idea! I think it is so sweet that your daughter thoughtfully passed on her set of bunny bean bags to her friend :)

  4. great idea for Easter. thanks

  5. mustangkayla says:

    What a fun idea!

  6. Jennifer Juniper says:

    I love any project using fat quarters! they are so fun and colorful and inspiring!

  7. these girls are like angels…

  8. Rachel at Sun Scholars says:

    I love those!!!! What a fun Easter project.

    Love to have you link these up at my For the Kids Friday Link Party!

    http://sunscholars.blogspot.com

  9. REally cute idea! I have featured this project on my Friday Favorites today. I have a featured button if you want to grab it. Have a beautiful weekend!

  10. Laura Major (Learning Is Child's Play) says:

    Love!Love! Love these Bean Bags! They are soooo cute! I am going share your post with my FB peeps here:
    http://www.facebook.com/LearningIsChildsPlay
    I know they are going to love these too! :)

  11. Claire Meldrum says:

    What a great idea! I'm thinking I'm going to have to make a bunch for my little guys for the holidays.

    Claire

  12. Made these and my girls LOVE them – not only to play toss with, but for imaginary conversations – so cute! Thanks for the tutorial!
    http://addicted2tutes.blogspot.com/2011/04/bunny-bean-bags.html

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