Happy Monday!

This little flu bug is a tough guy to beat. He takes your brain and makes it mush, and then he jumps up and down on your body to make sure you know he’s there! But after a week in bed I think he’s a bit tired and I am back to work! Thank you to all my friends who left me a get well note!

I’m drowning in a sea of fabric and it makes me feel so happy! Just look at this table! Doesn’t it make you want to drive right in and see what you can do? My assistant Nireko is coming over today and we are going to pick and choose from this stack and more. By the time we are done, a quilt will be in progress!


I’ve singled out a few already and these are ready to be put to work. By the time you see them they will be cut up, stitched and appliqued. YEAHHHHHH!!!!

And for all of you who are following Chelsea’s progress, she ran like a maniac all around the yard yesterday. No stopping her. I would say she is almost back to normal. LOL!

I’ve also heard that my RSS Feed is not working. I have no idea how to fix this so if someone out there knows what to do, PLEASE email me. (:

I’ll keep posting this week and show you some quilt progress as we go along!

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  • Mar - Glad you are feeling better Anne! love your fabric choices, I guess I’ll have to wait patiently to see what comes of it!ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - Happy to see you are well and back to the sewing palace!!!! I love to see what you create…always leaves me so inspired. Continued good health for you and your sweet little friend. Hugs, Annie from San DiegoReplyCancel

  • Yummers! - I can’t think of a better way to go… then ‘drowning in a sea of fabric’.

    Glad you’re feeling better.
    JoniReplyCancel

  • Nanette Merrill and daughters - Glad you are better. I finished my spring table runner and its so sweet. I gave it to my mother-in-law but forgot to take my camera. I told her to wash it and then send me a pic. I may have to bug her but I loved it. It was SO hard to give away. But she gave me something very nice in my easter egg this year (gem stone) so how could I not part with my pretty little postcard runner? It went to a good home. I keep telling myself that!

    Can’t wait to see what you do next.ReplyCancel

  • KSedlak - Anne,
    I’m so glad you and Chelsea are doing so well. I was down sick last week for a couple of days too. It’s just awful, I know.
    I love the fabrics. What line is that from? The polka dots are really cute.
    Looking forward to seeing the quilt in progress.
    Thanks so much for always sharing your life and work.
    Happy Monday.
    Hugs, Karen from WashingtonReplyCancel

  • Miss Jean - I don’t know if you are aware but it is a known fact that new fabric has healing properties to it. So the next time you start to feel under the weather take two aspirins and go to the fabric store! None of that vitamin c stuff for us!

    See you in April!ReplyCancel

  • Sinta - Glad you are feeling back in the “pink”! I picked up a bundle of your fabric this weekend! I love it… but just have to decide which pattern/hummm!ReplyCancel

  • PamKittyMorning - Glad you’re feeling better. That flu is the pits.ReplyCancel

  • Dandelion Quilts - I love the colors. Glad you are feeling better…we had a touch of it at our house too. :(ReplyCancel

  • vickibellino - Ooh. . . I want to come and play with that fabric!! I have no doubt the finished product is going to be wonderful! So glad you’re feeling better.ReplyCancel

  • Shelina - I am glad you are feeling better – hope you are back to normal soon. That fabric is so beautiful – you’ll be able to whip up a beautiful quilt in no time!ReplyCancel

  • mary - So happy to hear to you are feeling better!
    MaryReplyCancel

  • Alison Boon - So glad to hear you’re feeling better. The fabric looks so lovely. I wish I knew how to sew. Anyone got a sewing machine that does it for you?ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - It’s great to have you back, Anne. Blogland just isn’t the same without you and your pretties! I always check Bunny Tales first, which leads me to all your favorite places…2 cups of coffee later, I get busy in my own sewing room! You give me inspiration…what an addiction you’ve started, dear girl.
    Andrea in FloridaReplyCancel

  • Sweet Cottage Dreams - You must be feeling all better now and who wouldn’t with all of that wonderful fabric to dive into!

    Love those cherries!!

    BeckyReplyCancel

  • Irma's Rose Cottage - Glad to hear you are feeling better. Can’t wait to see pics of your quilt.ReplyCancel