Bunny Club Day!

I had the best day today! It was Bunny Club day at Thimble Creek. No, we don’t show up wearing rabbit ears, and we don’t just work on Bunny Hill projects! This wonderful group of ladies bring whatever project they are working on and we laugh, sew and sometimes I actually teach something. It’s the once a month class I have at our local quilt store and I always look forward to it.

Because these ladies are so creative I always come home inspired by them! Today, Jean Denak from Napa, CA was busy working on an embroidery by Meg over at http://www.crabapplehillstudio.com/. Jean’s embroidery is just perfect and she does everything using a tiny, tiny stem stitch. Today I learned she uses a tiny 3″ hoop, and a size 11 Embroidery needle (it’s shorter in length). I’m all excited to try these needles! I love needles with a shorter length. They give you more control.

My friend Chickie let me borrow her “Artful Blogging” magazine. I was so excited to see the article on Kim over at Daisy Cottage! http://deardaisycottage.typepad.com/daisy_cottage/
I hope you can enlarge this photo and read Kim’s paragraph. It’s so inspiring! She is a dream and SUCH a sweetheart! Better run out and get a copy, read it and then visit her blog. She just so happens to be in another magazine I just bought! Hop on over! It’s Easter weekend (:

My dear friend Kris Schnieders from Alameda, came up after class and handed me a little brown bag. Inside was this WONDERFUL little pink lamb. It’s all glittery! And did I say it’s pink? Glittery? Pink? How good can it get? (:

Then, when I came home and walked in the door, Chelsea RAN, yes RAN down the hall to greet me! She was so excited she forgot her legs didn’t work right! As you can see she has become the poster girl for women’s Rogaine. The bald patch on her back is from the pain patch she wore. Little red hairs are already growning back in.

Hope your day was just as good. Sharing the day with friends doesn’t get any better.

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  • Vicki - We had a great day at the Bunny club today as well.
    I’m even going to try some machine applique.
    Thanks Anne, for a fun get together.
    VickiReplyCancel

  • Alison Boon - Good to hear about people getting together and having fun. Long may it continue.ReplyCancel

  • KSedlak - Your club sounds like a lot of fun.
    I love getting together with my quilting friends too. We meet at Two Thimbles for Jo Morton’s Little Women’s Club, making little quilts that she designed.
    Chelsea looks like she’s doing well.
    Keep up the good work little girl.
    Happy Easter, Anne.ReplyCancel

  • daisy cottage - Anne!!
    Feel that?
    BIG (((((hug)))))!!
    Thank you SO much!
    You are ALWAYS a sweetheart!

    Love,
    KimReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - Just felt inspired to share with you what your blog means to me. I am new to blogging ( oh what did I do before reading all of these inspirational posts)!!!! I love that you share your life and that your life then inspires mine. Also want to say that my Bunnies Prefer Chocolate quilt is delightfully displayed for all to enjoy. It took me a long time, but the process brought me such joy and happiness. Bailey ( our kitty) says thanks too….she is cuddled up next to the quilt as I write. I hope to have my own blog someday, and I can only hope that I will touch someone’s life like you have touched mine. Happy Easter and many blessings. Annie from San DiegoReplyCancel

  • PamKittyMorning - Bunny club sounds fun! Glad your little girl is getting better, been wondering about there. Happy Easter Anne…xopkmReplyCancel

  • Shannon (Aunt Bunny) - Hi Anne,
    I am a huge fan!!! Oh how I would love to be in your Bunny Club!! Sounds like so much fun. I am new to blogging (thanks to your website!) and now I am addicted to reading quilting blogs. I look forward to reading them after a long day at work. I am also new to quilting and get so inspired reading your posts.
    Thanks from Montana!!
    Shannon~ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - Hi Anne – Bunny Club Day sounds fabulous….glad to see your little one mending so well…our girl has recovered fully from her smashed pelvis after being run over….she is able to do everything she did before the accident…and is a treat to have around the house. I have been reading blogs “forever” and recently “took the plunge” and started my own. Sure makes the world a small place!ReplyCancel

  • Tammy - Oh, I just love that Kim! And your Bunny Club sounds like so much fun! If I were closer, I’d be there in a heartbeat…have fun.ReplyCancel

  • Miss Jean - Anne: Just a note to let you know that my friend and I had a wonderful time in class. For sure I will be there next month. Hopefully Nikki will be able to go, also. It’s a great class. Fun, friendly and informative! If you’re planning a weekend road trip to see the shop we were talking about, let me know. We could meet you there!!!!

    Are we called Bunnyettes?ReplyCancel

  • Yummers! - Thank you for introducing me to Crap Apple Hill Studio. I just melted when I saw their patterns and did a lot of shopping. I can’t wait until they arrive and get started on one of the patterns… but which one?? Ahhh… the joy of choice.

    I love your little sparkly lamb. She is a cutie!
    JoniReplyCancel

  • Yummers! - Thank you for introducing me to Crap Apple Hill Studio. I just melted when I saw their patterns and did a lot of shopping. I can’t wait until they arrive and get started on one of the patterns… but which one?? Ahhh… the joy of choice.

    I love your little sparkly lamb. She is a cutie!
    JoniReplyCancel