Nothing like timing!

Yesterday I was working away in my studio, patting myself on the back for how much I was accomplishing when the door bell rang. It was the UPS man. I knew I was in trouble when I saw the two big boxes of fabric from Henry Glass. Of course my husband wasn’t home so I drug them in the door, and started unpacking. The end result is my studio is now piled high with stacks of my Lollipop Lane baby flannel. STACKS! Waiting for me. Calling my name even though I only have 4 more weeks of actual design time. I know I’m not alone. Lots of designers are still waiting on fabric. This is sample yardage that comes in advance of the actual bolts. I have boy bunnies, girl bunnies, pinks, greens, yellows and blues. The cutest combination of soft, 2 ply flannel just for baby so I’m not complaining, but…

It’s supposed to get up close to 90 degrees this weekend and I’ll working with flannel. Wanna come help me sew? Bring a fan please.

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  • Sinta - Anne, what a yummy group of fabric! Flannel and 90 degree weather do not mix well together… at least the projects might be small! You have my support!ReplyCancel

  • Alexa - I can help you…but I’m in Jersey :( I love your fabrics and everything that you design…

    Alex.ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - Oh dear and we are still trying to break out of the 50os…send some of your sunshine our way please…
    Love the softness of the fabrics and of course bunnies, what else?
    I see many great niece and great nephew baby quilts in the future..
    LouiseReplyCancel

  • Nanette Merrill and daughters - Its very sweet fabric. You can do it Anne. I know you can.ReplyCancel

  • PamKittyMorning - Just send the directions!ReplyCancel

  • Diane - Anne, I HEAR you!!! I am still waiting for a box also. I just finished 3 tops, one of them 73″ square. Am longarming today, have 2 more tops to sew, then the last one from the box I’m waiting for, and I wonder why I can sleep!!!! We are getting 90 degrees this week too! I live near Las Vegas, actually Henderson, so the cities really run together, there is no separation anymore! Where in Calif are you? I was native till we moved here 4 yrs ago. Happy sewing! Diane at least my designs are all done!ReplyCancel

  • Diane - Did I say I CAN sleep???!!! Incredulous! What typo was that!!!!

    I mean, I can’t sleep at all. Not until about 3 or 4 am. Sometimes I just get out of bed and sew, I might as well accomplish something, right?! lol! 4 weeks, only 4 weeks! Diane, in HendersonReplyCancel

  • KSedlak - Anne,
    This fabric is just adorable. I can’t wait to get my hands on some.
    Well, I envy you. I wish I could be in 90 degree weather right now. I have been so cold this spring, we should be turning our heat down by now and I have to turn it up.
    I will be thinking about you though, I know flannel doesn’t mix well with hot weather.
    Take care and have fun anyway.
    Hugs,
    KarenReplyCancel

  • Jackie - That fabric looks so sweet!! You know here in CT it still is a bit nippy and I could certainly help you. Come on over my way to cool down. I got several sewing machines and a longarm. We can do it from start to finish! Although, I do wish I had some of your warmer weather.ReplyCancel

  • Rachael Rabbit - flannel bunnies?? could it get any better?ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - Love your material it will make Gorgeous quilts for babys I hope you show us the finished project

    Hugs Mary.ReplyCancel

  • Dandelion Quilts - Oh, but it is soooo cute, Anne. SOOOOO cute. Little bunnies and chicks. How darling. Turn on the AC though. ;)ReplyCancel

  • CalicoDaisy - I’m glad to see sweet fabrics that work for boys. Very nice.ReplyCancel

  • Sweet Cottage Dreams - How cute are these!!?? I don’t envy you having to work on flannel with the warm weather coming our way!!

    BeckyReplyCancel

  • Vickie E - well to you that is ‘work’ but to me it’s heaven!!ReplyCancel

  • Kristin - Don’t tease. I practically live right down the street . . . those flannels are quiltilicious.ReplyCancel

  • Jean - That’s not funny one little bit… cause my nephews wifie just had a sweet baby girl yesterday! They live in Idaho and me in Utah… so it’s much colder here!
    Those fabric’s are sooo cute! Guess I will have to keep my eye’s out… around here even though we have tons of fabric stores… the cute fabric’s dissapear fast! Enjoy!ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - It’s hot in Texas, too and I want to work with flannel! Those chicks are cute.ReplyCancel

  • Sonnja - What a lovely fabrics!
    Kind regards

    Sonnja
    Beertje ZonnReplyCancel

  • mascanlon - Oh my what lovely flannel! I need this for my new granddaughter Annika. She has several fun quilts but is waiting for “her” quilt…now that we know she is a “she”ReplyCancel

  • Thimbleanna - Oh Anne! THat fabric is just adorable. You need to head east, where we’re still freezing!ReplyCancel