We are Lucky Bunnies!

It’s Friday the 13th, but The Bunny Club doesn’t know it! I’m off this morning to teach at Thimble Creek Quilt Shop. It’s Bunny Club day! We plan on sewing the day away making my pattern “Little Jelly Bags”! We’ll have jelly strips in every color and I hope to take some pictures to show you! This pattern was so much fun to design. It was the result of two friends working together to design the perfect little bags! There are SO many uses for these little bags. My friend Anne made at least 17 bags before we finished the pattern.

I love the shabby chic look…

And Anne likes the darker colors…

And just wait until I show you Anne’s grand-daughter with her new Jelly Bag. Anne made the wrist strap and inserted it into both sides of the bag and ta da….a little girl’s bag was born! I’m still waiting on the picture…hint, hint (:

And to prove this is a lucky day…check out Elizabeth Scott over at Late Bloomer quilts. She’s the first designer to use my fabric in one of her designs! I’m just so excited about it. She used “Flowers for Emma” to make her pattern called “Emma’s English Roses”. I’m telling you this is a darling little quilt! The stems on the flowers are ric rac, and some of the flowers have little button centers. Thank you Elizabeth! Your designs are so cute! http://www.latebloomerquilts.com/store/product.php?prod_id=55&cat_id=1

Have a wonderful Friday the 13th!

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  • Anonymous - Absolutely love the quilt designed by Late Bloomer and also the sweet little bags. What a perfect way to use up some of my shabby leftover pieces which I have been hoarding.
    Thanks for all of your very inspirational ideas!

  • PamKittyMorning - I love your little bag pattern!! Great Annes working together!!

    And I love Elizabeth’s pattern with your fabric.ReplyCancel

  • Erin - Anne – I saw that jelly bag before…I think it was on “How about Oranges” blog? Anyway – I was so jealous. I really want to make one. It would be perfect for my camera and my phone. Plus if I put another pocket on the back, I can put $$ and my I.D. in it. I hope to get a job soon so I can buy the pattern.ReplyCancel

  • happy zombie - I love, love, love the Little Jelly Bags. Just too cute for words (I especially love the blue on, top left). I love them all, but mostly love that they are the results of you and Anne both!

    I wish TC wasn’t so far away… I’d love to be in your Bunny Club, Anne.ReplyCancel

  • happy zombie - Forgot to add… love E’s patten, especially with your fabrics. So sweet and yummy… just like strawberries and cream.ReplyCancel

  • from little acorns - I just love the “Anne’s” little jelly bags! . . . both ways. . . shabby chic & the darker colors both. . . Maybe if I had one at Market. . . I would actually have pictures of more than just my booth!
    xo, BrenReplyCancel

  • Red Geranium Cottage - I bought that pattern and cant wait to make some.ReplyCancel

  • Jackie - Love the Jelly bags! Very versatile…and cute in every color!ReplyCancel

  • Red Geranium Cottage - Did I tell you how much I love that pattern?? LOL Oh wait, I think I already did. But I do love it!!!!ReplyCancel

  • vickibellino - This is the perfect project for junior quilters! As you know, I was able to share a fun-filled weekend with my 9 and 7-year-old granddaughters, and they were grinning from ear to ear when they finished two of the little bags. Thanks for such a great pattern!ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - I love the little jelly bags they are AB FAB.
    Hugs Mary.ReplyCancel

  • the Material Girls Quilts - Anne,
    The bags are so great! My daughter who is 16 made the jelly roll bag and is excited to make the new one. We love all your patterns at the shop!!
    the Material Girls QuiltsReplyCancel

  • eamylove - Where’d ya get those cute gingham buttons??? Love what you’re doing!ReplyCancel

  • mamabug - These bags are just so adorable. Seems like a great project to do with my nieces and some leftover fabrics from all of those projects I thought I needed a “little extra” just in case :) KathieReplyCancel

  • lissa - love the projects. I am going to have to make them both. Does the to do list of projects ever end. I hope not.ReplyCancel