It’s Number 100!

It’s post number 100 and Chelsea’s so excited she can hardly contain herself! She’s been bugging me all week to write this blog, and yes, I do feel guilty when I can’t post. I love to stay in contact with all of you and even when I can’t blog I’m thinking of you. So hooray for post number 100!!!!

Early this week, my fabric, Miss Emma’s Garden arrived at my door! It’s been non stop ever since. I’ve been waiting for this fabric forever and counting the days until it arrived. I even thought of calling customs and begging. Yes, I have lots of new patterns done, but Miss Emma is for my newest block of the month, so what’s a designer to do? Well, the minute it gets in your hands you start sewing and you don’t stop! I’m having so much fun It’s time for a giveaway! This little quilt is almost finished and I’ve decided to give away a complete kit and pattern to make this little charmer. If pink and beige are your colors, just leave a comment on this post and we’ll have a drawing next weekend. You’ll get the fabric, pattern, vintage buttons and ribbon so you can make one too! It’s called Buttons and Bows and it’s made from 5″ squares. Sew easy!

Use it on a table, throw it over a chair, it’s shabby chic and perfect for a cottage decor! Even better you can make it in a day!

Thank you for reading my blog and sharing a part of my life. It’s amazing to me how these little blogs we share, make it a very small world afterall.

Hugs to all,

Anne (:

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  • b - i was just looking at your patterns this afternoon and thought i would check out your blog.
    it’s a BEAUTIFUL pattern and wonderful fabric and i can’t wait for it to be available.
    you amaze me.
    i’ve been in turmoil these last two weeks, waiting for my son to be home from iraq. he was supposed to be home on the 15th of september.. and it’s come and gone. i’ve been keeping myself busy working on “rabbits prefer chocolate” and my entire family has decided that they aren’t fond of the smell of spray starch, freezer paper and very hot craft irons. i strongly disagree!! it’s been keeping my mind busy though, and i’ve welcomed the distraction!
    so when you see the yellow ribbons all over discovery bay… you’ll know he’s home!!
    can’t wait for your new patterns!
    all my best,
    bcm
    proud mom of cpl vjm, back in the sand.ReplyCancel

  • Darlene - Congratulations on your 100th post!

    Buttons and Bows is adorable and definitely a must have pattern!ReplyCancel

  • Sequana - Oh my gosh, I would LOVE to have this. I can think of a dozen things to do with it, and people to give it to.ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - Hooray for your 100th!
    I’d love to make this for my daughter’s first
    appartment!
    really cute!
    Greta
    http://gretaknits.typepad.com/lifelong_knitterReplyCancel

  • Tammy - Hello! I just added your blog to my bloglines recently. I love that little kit! My sewing room is soft pink, I think it would look lovely in there! Thanks for entering me.ReplyCancel

  • Rhea - I am loving this pink quilt as our contractor puts the finishing touches on my sewing room….done in PINK!! I have waited for 25 years to have a special room just for sewing – this quilt would be perfect on that new wall!ReplyCancel

  • Vicki - Loved your cute pattern and darling fabric.
    It is the perfect little quilt.
    Vicki in NapaReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - Congratulations on your 100th post and please enter me into your drawing! I really love your blog and have several of your patterns.
    I love the square that you just~ made my type of colors:)
    Thanks so much!
    Laura @ LLtawney@comcast.netReplyCancel

  • Linda - I was so happy to see your post since it had been a week. I love the beautiful little quilt and would love a chance to win the kit.ReplyCancel

  • Helen - What a charming little quilt! And quite perfect to showcase in your 100th blog!

    I’m glad you (finally) posted again. I enjoy reading your blog and always look forward to new posts.

    I’m looking forward to seeing your new fabric line in the stores.ReplyCancel

  • Cindy - Oh I just love this new line of fabric and it happens to be named after Kimberly’s daughter, Emma. I can’t wait to see the new fabric in person and what new patterns you have designed for this line. It is absolutely awesome. I will keep my fingers crossed that I might get lucky on this one.

    CindyReplyCancel

  • Beth - Ohhh, that is so pretty, I’d like to be entered in the drawing for that! I am still in the midst of working on your Rabbits Prefer Chocolate quilt, I got sidetracked but I am going to finish it if it’s the last thing I do! I love all of your stuff, the colors are my favorite! Congrats on your 100th post!ReplyCancel

  • Rabbit Stitchings - Count me in please! Lovely just lovely!ReplyCancel

  • Sarah - Congratulations on your 100th post. The quilt looks beautiful!ReplyCancel

  • Tracy - Anne

    Happy 100! The fabric is wonderful & the pattern absolutely delightful. I have my fingers crossed for the drawing on this little give away.

    TracyReplyCancel

  • Mary Ann/Ca - Oh my, such a sweet little thing I’m sure I would take very could care of her in my house..oh, I get to make her up too! Even better! Nothing soothes like needle and thread in hand, with the radio or movie…I’m ready, pick me, pick me….lolReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - Oh my just when I was wondering if I could ever stop making quilts, along comes another beautiful collection that I cannot wait to get my hands on..It is truly lovely..Will these kits be available for sale on your website?? LouiseReplyCancel

  • lglw - This is really pretty. I don’t usually win anything, but it doesn’t hurt to try.
    LindaReplyCancel

  • gloria g. - Wondered where you were! That would be so hard to wait!!!! Finally! And what a beautiful little quilt. Yep, I would love to win the fixins for that. Count me in!

    Sounds like a good time was had by all. Happy 100th! Many more to come!

    fondly, gloria g. Richards, TXReplyCancel

  • Christina. B - congrats on the 100th postReplyCancel

  • PamKittyMorning - Anne that is completely cute! I love the tiny bow, so sweet! Can’t wait to see your fabric in person! And I really hope I win!ReplyCancel

  • May Britt - Oh..this kit is soooo georgius!!! Would do so great on my table. Congatulations on your 100 post. And I know I’ll keep visiting you.ReplyCancel

  • chook - yay congrats on your 100th post .I would love to be in the draw the little quilt is just beautiful.
    Have a fab day hugs BethReplyCancel

  • KSedlak - I can’t jump as high as Chelsea, but I too, would like to Congratulate you on your 100th post.
    Your patterns are adorable. Some of them are available at my local quilt shop. I am a new quilter and there is so many wonderful patterns and fabrics to collect and make. I love the new one your doing right now. The triangle edges are so cute.
    Karen from WashingtonReplyCancel

  • Leigh - Congratulations on your 100th post Anne. I’d love to be part of your celebrations.ReplyCancel

  • Kathie - Anne
    This is just beautiful!
    Love the idea of using the buttons where you did. great design….
    great fabrics…would look great in my daughters PINK bedroom!
    Kathie in NJReplyCancel

  • Suzan - I started reading your posts only recently and have added them to my list of things to check each day. The little quilt is lovely. I adore the fabric! I am a nut about “girly”, romantic fabric!ReplyCancel

  • Rani - Beautiful quilt! =)ReplyCancel

  • Andrea in Florida - Dear Anne, I’ve never entered these giveaways, but if there’s ever anything I’d love to win, it’s your darling new quilt. Can’t wait for your new fabric line to hit my LQS, it’s adorable! Just like some others have mentioned, I’m painting my sewing room pink..I’ve been on the fence about other pastels, but this little quilt has convinced me to go pink all the way! I simply must win, now that I’ve made this decision..pick me, puhlease!ReplyCancel

  • Debra from Maryland - Congratulations on reaching 100. I would love to win this beautiful kit. Such pretty colors!ReplyCancel

  • April Barnswell (abarnswell@voyager.net) - Oh, my! What an absolutely darling little quilt. It’s just stunning!! These days, this is exactly the kind of quilts I want to make, because time is so limited, and there’s such a wonderful feeling of gratification that comes with finishing a sweet little project. Thank you so much for writing this blog. It’s one of my top favorites and I check it everyday.ReplyCancel

  • Shawna - Congrad’s on your 100th Post.

    How adorabe is this!!!!!

    I would love to win!!! I haven’t been able to sew for some time and what an adorable little quilt to make up in no time. It will give me a great excuse to get out that sewing machine. I miss it SO!!!
    Hugs to you,
    ShawnaReplyCancel

  • lambie-pie - That is so cute, and my colors are totally pink and beige!ReplyCancel

  • Jane Weston - Pink, Beige are definitely my colours…but then so is red, blue, orange, green…ooh the list goes on and on!
    Congrats on 100 posts!ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - Congratulations on your 100th post Ann!

    I can’t wait for the new patterns…

    Lina L.ReplyCancel

  • janec - wow! enter me, please, this is gorgeousReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - Love your blog and your patterns. Congrats on your 100th post. Thanks,

    Pat

    Hyacinth46@aol.comReplyCancel

  • Robin - Congratulations on 100 posts! And that quilt is beautiful – please add my name to the drawing!ReplyCancel

  • DiddleDaddleDesigns - Congratulations on your 100th post. Beautiful pattern. Love the colors.ReplyCancel

  • happy zombie - Happy 100th Postaversary Anne!

    I’m drooling over your new line… love how it’s mod and sweet at the same time. Oh yeah, I love it. And I love the little bow accent on the quilt… and the buttons on the prairie points… all so cute and subtle, but what a punch it packs!ReplyCancel

  • Sandy - What pretty, pretty fabrics & darling quilt!ReplyCancel

  • Cindy Roberts - Congratulations, Anne! 100! Amazing!

    So happy your Miss Emma fabric finally arrived! Please tell me where I can find it. I envision a tote/book bag to blog! I will make a special one for you too!

    Love the sweet quilt! Pink is perfect!

    CindyReplyCancel

  • mamaspark - I’m glad it finally arrived too! Your work is beautiful and the quilt is gorgeous!ReplyCancel

  • Joanna - Oh yes I love pink and beige!! And a big congrats on 100 posts – I can’t wait until that’s me! I have you on my blogroll and love checking out all your goings on – plus your new quilt studio has been an inspiration to me since I am doing my own – on a much MUCH smaller and less grand scale though lol!ReplyCancel

  • mary - Anne,

    I love it. You are so talented. I just finished Punkin Hill and can’t wait to get started on a new one.ReplyCancel

  • A.L. - Congratulations on your 100th post.

    I love your bunny quilt patterns!
    Very charming.

    Please enter me in the drawing.
    I dare not hope to win, but if I do, please know it will be cherished.ReplyCancel

  • normangirl - The quilt is ohhhh so charming and little girl!!! We just learned that my first grandchild is a girl. I can’t wait to get started on the nursery and I think your little quilt would be the perfect inspiration piece to sew a sweet nursery!!! So, please pick me!!!ReplyCancel

  • Mary - I blew up the pictures to see the fabrics more closely. Love them all … especially the little birds. Congratulations on post #100!ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - I would be delighted to be entered in your drawing. Your patterns and fabrics are wonderful.

    Oleqwilter@aol.com
    MaryReplyCancel

  • Sandy F - What an accomplishment. Keep them coming. I really enjoy reading your blog.

    Love the buttons on the quilt! :)

    I could find the perfect spot in my house for that quilt. Throw my name in the hat!ReplyCancel

  • Leora - Congratulations on #100!!! I’ve been blog hopping trying for sneak peaks before Market and happened upon your cute little give away. I would love to be included in the drawing.

    Thanks!
    LeoraReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - Anne, I just love your blog! Congratulations on your 100th post and I cannot wait to see your new fabric in the stores and the pattern for this little cutie! Thanks for entering me in the drawing :-)
    Terri in Oregon
    rtgeroux@charter.netReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - Love your new pattern!!! I always read your blog and can’t wait to see your new designs in person at Quilt Market!!!!

    GretchenReplyCancel

  • Dora Dis - You have a very beautyful blog. I just love this color combination !
    It is really lovely, and please enter me in the drawing.ReplyCancel

  • Susan - Hi Anne…I check your blog every day waiting for a new post. I love the new quilt pattern and fabrics. Keep up the good work.ReplyCancel

  • Sweet P - What a beautiful pattern and fabric. Congrats on 100 posts.ReplyCancel

  • Marsha - I just found out I am having another granddaughter!! This would be the perfect accent to her room! It looks lovely!

    marshagardner@sbcglobal.netReplyCancel

  • Vickie E - Ooohhh love that fabric. I have many of your patterns and have made the jelly bag just a few weeks ago. Cool for your 100th post!ReplyCancel

  • maryscottagequilts - Anne
    Oh how I do love pink and cream and well, the cottage look need I say more!? What beautiful fabric, I can’t wait to see your latest creations at market in a couple of weeks!!!
    maryReplyCancel

  • Kimberly Jolly - I just showed Emma the quilt and she loves it! She says hi to aunty anne!ReplyCancel

  • Carey - Now how did you capture that super shot of Chelsea ??
    Your new range looks yummy, can’t wait to see the full range and your new creations !
    Have a great show…
    CareyReplyCancel

  • lillypaws - LOVE IT …NEED IT… dreaming of making it!!

    BTW…I can’t wait for you 1000th post!!! You are so inspiring!!ReplyCancel

  • Perry Dauzat - I love this new collection and the quilt you have made from it is absolutely stunning. Your style is always so soft and comfortable, it calls to me.ReplyCancel

  • Heidi - Congratulations on your 100th post. I found your blog about 2 months ago and love it. This fabric is wonderful and I would love to be in the drawing. It is so romantic with the pink and beige. And the name you picked is just too adorable ~ Buttons and Bows. What a great design!

    ~~ Heidi ~~ReplyCancel

  • Paige - I love the triangle edging – too sweet for words.ReplyCancel

  • mar - Oh it’s adorable and I wanna win!! Congrats on you FIRST 100 blogs, I’ve read every one of them!ReplyCancel

  • pam1228 - Boy that dog can sure jump!
    Congrats on your 100th post!

    Oh boy would I love to have this!!!!

    PamReplyCancel

  • Dawn - WOW! It is beautiful! No wonder you couldn’t wait for it to arrive! Oh and congrats on 100!ReplyCancel

  • Dottie - Count me in. I love your stuff.
    Dottie.ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - I would love to win your kit. I have been working on Rabbits Prefer Chocolate – absolutely the best pattern ever. My rabbits and chicks are wool and they are wonderful. Can’t wait to see more from you. Thanks again – Terry SReplyCancel

  • Susan - I just happened upon your blog from another link, saw you were having a giveaway, and fell in love with the kit! It’s beautiful, and I’d love to be included in your drawing, please.ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - Right now I could use some pink and beige in my life. I’m running for office here in town and the tension has me near frazzled. I could use some relaxing sewing and those colors seem to chant peace to me. Thanks for listening. MarciaReplyCancel

  • Wendy - Thanks for all the posts. Love to see what you are working on. I have a real weakness for beautiful fabric and patterns and those buttons are just the icing on the cake. Would be so happy to win the kit you are giving away!ReplyCancel

  • Lynda - Seems like pink is the colour for sewing rooms these days – painted mine pink 2 years ago and am thrilled to bits with it. Would love to be in the draw – the colours are gorgeous.ReplyCancel

  • Vicki - Congratulations.I visit often. Hope I win. The quilt looks beautiful. Vicki at HollyhocksReplyCancel

  • KCQuilter - Happy 100th! Wow, how I’d love to win this beautiful kit!!!ReplyCancel

  • Marlene Biles - Congratulations Anne! Can’t wait for your next 100 posts! Love the pattern and the fabric – so soft, soothing and romantic. Count me in on the drawing . . . M.ReplyCancel

  • Pauline - Hi Anne,
    I absolutely love your new “Buttons and Bows” quilt. It is so sweet and feminine. I love your blog–it is always so positive and uplifting. I look for you every day! Congratulations on your 100th post!
    PaulineReplyCancel

  • Penless Thoughts - Please enter me into your drawing for this lovely quilt kit. Thanks!
    SusanReplyCancel

  • Ginny Worden - Love it, how exciting fabric and patterns by one very nice, and talented lady. Here’s hoping some of that talent lands on my door.
    Good luck to both of us. Thanks.ReplyCancel

  • Debby - My congrats also on your 100th post.

    I would love to be considered in your Buttons and Bows drawing. Such a cute designs!

    Debby – San Luis Obispo, CAReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - Hi Anne!

    I hope this works! I quilt better than I blog!!!
    Congrats on your 100th posting! I always eagerly
    await your next posting and I’m not a big blogger!
    (I need more time to figure this all out!) I check your
    blog everyday when I check my email! It’s my little way of keeping connected to my quilting world when life gets too hectic to actually quilt! Thanks Anne! Would gladly make time to sew your cute project!
    shaunahulbergstewart@mac.comReplyCancel

  • kjquilts - Oh, how I would love to win this kit! I love your patterns and can’t wait to see your latest designs!ReplyCancel

  • Mary A - I have made several project using your wonderful patterns. Love the bird pincushion. Your new fabric line looks beautiful. Congrats on your 100th blog. Mary AReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - Beautiful fabric! I would love to have this for my daughter and her husband as a first anniversary gift!!

    Jo
    mom2baley@yahoo.comReplyCancel

  • linda - pick me pick me… fingers crossed LindaSonia (baddabinda@yahoo.com)ReplyCancel

  • primitiveseasons - I’ve been quilting since the late seventies and have never bought or owned a kit. Always thought it was a real luxury. Would I love to win this? YES YES YES!!!
    Mary PuskarReplyCancel

  • Kari V - Your blog is great and I love the quilt. Beautiful!!ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - Love the pattern and colours in it.
    It would make a great christmas gift at this time of year.
    Bev C.ReplyCancel

  • Vicky - That’s totally adorable! Please put my name in the hat!ReplyCancel

  • Heather - Thats an adorable quilt. Love the choice of colours, they are very comfy looking. Please enter my name.ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - Did I hear you mention PINK! My favorite- and your designs are divine!
    Kim JReplyCancel

  • Mary Anne - BEAUTIFUL fabric and pattern !!!!ReplyCancel

  • Andrea - That is so cute! Please add my name to the drawing if it’s not too late! My mom would fall over if I started quilting:).ReplyCancel

  • Richelle - Congratulations! The little quilt is beautiful! Count me in.ReplyCancel

  • amy - Gorgeous fabric and quilt! Congrats on your 100th post! Here’s to the next 100! CheersReplyCancel

  • kjb139 - I love pink and ANY color! What a darling little quilt! Love your designs and your studio!
    Kathy BReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - That is a beautiful little quilt! I can’t wait to see “Miss Emma” BOM too. Absolutely gorgeous.

    Nancy at nwatkins2@centurytel.netReplyCancel

  • Diane - Congratulations on your 100th post and the beautiful new fabric. Love reading your blog and all your patterns.

    I’d love to be the winner of the kit for that gorgeous Buttons and Bows quilt.

    Diane

    P.S. I think mine is comment #100!ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - I’ve just found your blog and it is a lovely place to while away the hours. I am looking forward to reading all 100 posts. Please enter me in the drawing……….I never win anything so this would be an awesome surprise to win.ReplyCancel

  • blop - Yummo,love the quilt and the bow is to die for. Okay,I’ll be happy if I get picked.ReplyCancel

  • Linzey Joy - This little quilt is adorable. Your blog always gives me a lift!ReplyCancel

  • Ruby - Love, love, love the pattern and fabrics. You continue to such beautiful work, Thanks for entering me in your drawing.ReplyCancel

  • tina - Hi Anne,
    How FABULOUS !

    Buttons and Bows
    Ribbons and Lace,
    Needles and pins,
    all beautiful things

    and so is your Blog!

    TinaReplyCancel

  • yellowfarmhouse - Congrats on your 100th post. This looks so cute – please include me in your drawing.

    KarenReplyCancel

  • Audrey - This is a beautiful little quilt and the colors are just gorgeous. Please include me in your drawing! Thanks.ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - What a cute little quilt I’ve got just the place for it. Looking forward to the pattern coming out and your new fabric. Congradulations on you 100th posting. I always look forward to your updates.

    Cindi DReplyCancel

  • ferne - I know I am getting in at the end of your give away, but I just wanted to wish you a ‘Happy Birthday’ and let you know how much I love your site and your patterns. What a very talented person you are and so willing to share all that talent. Thanks for sharing.

    FerneReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - Wonderful fabric and pattern, please enter me for the drawing. I am busy with Baltimore Bunnies, very happy and just love all your patterns. Denise SReplyCancel

  • Amy Elizabeth - Another wonderful idea for charms! I love the use of buttons too!

    AmyReplyCancel

  • Holly - hi “annie baby”,

    congrats on your big 100

    it went by so quickly, you are such an enjoyable read.

    can’t wait to see your new fabric up close.

    I have been contemplating the many shades of brown and taupe for a while now…your combo looks yummy…like strawberry and chocolate ice cream

    best,

    H2ReplyCancel

  • Dawn-Enigma Artist - Congratulations on 100 posts. I just found your blog and read them all.

    Please enter me in your drawing. Thanks.ReplyCancel

  • Mimi - i’m new to blogs I find them very inspiring.
    felicitaions on your 100Th BLOG.

    The quilt and fabric are so beautiful.

    count me in !ReplyCancel

  • sherry - Congrats on your 100th post! This quilt is so cute, love the colors. Thanks for offering the kit drawing.ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - Hi Bunny,
    I love, love, love it…..and pink and beige are my new favorite colors. They are so restful! By the way, I also love your patterns, fabric and your blog. It’s as if you were designing just for me.
    Thanks for adding beauty to my world.
    PeggyReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - This is lovely! You’ve inspired me to greater heights on my grand
    daughter’s quilt.
    VioletteReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - how kind to offer the kit in a drawing. Please enter my name, too
    It’s so pretty – I hope I win.
    Rita Engard
    requilt (at) yahoo (dot) comReplyCancel