Controlled Chaos

This man loves Bunny Hill…yes he does!

These boxes are in that UPS truck and on their way to Houston. This is only the first shipment. More boxes were shipped today filled with quilts, and tomorrow we ship forms and last minute things from the printer. It’s controlled chaos here at Bunny Hill.

I leave for Houston on Wednesday and I’ll be back in a week with lots of pictures to share and stories to tell.

I hope to have patterns on my web site very soon! Until then here’s a few sneak peaks …
Bitty Dog, the newest little pincushion. He’s pretty excited and feeling a bit perky for sure. He’d be happy in any fabric and he promises to be a good little pup and hold your pins.

And do you remember these strange little things I showed a few weeks back…so what on earth are they? “Jelly Roses” leaves!They go with my new pattern called “Jelly Roses“. For years I offered the Fabric Roses pattern, and now it’s even better with Jellies! One jelly roll will make two bouquets! The fabric is “Woodland Bloom” by Moda, and the container comes (not from the Ritz) from Layla Grace!

And of course I have to have a few bunnies…The French Rabbits”is an applique pillow to decorate your home. It’s the little things that count when decorating so set this on a chair, or a bed and have instant charm in a room. The fabric says “French” and the rabbits say cute. (:

Some of you have asked when the pattern for the redwork bunnies will be ready. The blocks are all embroidered and I’m just waiting for fabric. It all depends on how the strike-off’s go. I hope to have some fabric by early January if things go as planned, and the pattern will follow shortly after.

Before I sign off for a week, I have one tidbit I HAVE to share with you. Jessica Sprague is offering a FREE scrapbook journal class, yes, FREE starting in November. This is a chance for all of you to get a feel for her classes and make something really cute at the same time. All you need to do is go to her web site, register and then sign up. She’s never done something like this before so take advantage of it. I am! Anyone can join! It’s free!

Have a great week everyone! I wish you could all come with me. Hugs to everyone and I’ll be back soon with lots to share!


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  • Carrie ~ Cricketwood Prims and Gardens - Oh Anne, everything is so Bunnyhill Cute!!!! I was in Sew Many Quilts and put the word in for your redwork. I think Gayle bit for the hint!!!! She loves redwork too! And Rabbits Prefer Chocolate in Redwork, how can anyone resist that. Have a great week!ReplyCancel

  • Vicky - What darling goodies you’ve shown us! Have a grand time in Houston!ReplyCancel

  • Jackie - Sooo cute! I love the pincushion and the roses. That UPS man does love you, you keep him in business. See you in Houston!ReplyCancel

  • Rachel - I could NOT stick in a pin in Bitty Dog. He is just too cute!!! I would have to find another job for him.ReplyCancel

  • Scottish Nanna - I love all your things so cute .
    Hugs Mary.ReplyCancel

  • sarahmurray - How sweet! Everything is just wonderful. I especially am loving that bunny pillow! And bitty dog…and the roses…Ok, I especially like it all! xReplyCancel

  • julia - I’m afraid to echo {again} – but…ooooh, everything is so darn cute. I love the dog…it reminds me of a stuffed animal I had when I was a toddler…too sweet to use it as a pin cushion! ;o)
    Hugs, JuliaReplyCancel

  • yellowfarmhouse - Adorable new things – and that pillow makes me smile when I look at it. I will be waiting for that redwork pattern :). See you in a few days.

    Hugs – karenReplyCancel

  • PamKittyMorning - Can’t wait to see what’s in those boxes.. see you there.ReplyCancel

  • Living on the Spit - Have a great time. I wish I could come with you too.

    I love Bunnyhill!!!


  • Mary - Bring back many, MANY pictures. Some of us are living vicariously through this.ReplyCancel

  • Carrie P. - Oh!! Bitty Dog is so cute as are all of your patterns.ReplyCancel

  • Cara - I love the bouquet of flowers! Never thought of the jelly roll for them! Can’t wait to see what is in those boxes at market! Have a safe tripReplyCancel

  • Stephanie - I giggled when I saw the pic of the UPS man. They are the most loved people. I’ve been in quilt shops when the UPS man arrives and every goes gaga over what might be in the boxes.ReplyCancel

  • Peddlecar Quilts - How exciting your work is! I haven’t been able to check on any blogs at all until now. I just sent off the last quilt to Market! Hooray, 10 and I’m finally done! Take lots of pics, I wish I could go and meet you!!!ReplyCancel

  • CJ - Such lovely things for us to view today! Thanks for not leaving us high and dry as you head off to ‘market’.ReplyCancel

  • julia - Hi Anne!
    It’s me again ;o) – I just discovered your new BOM ‘Autumn House’ at the Fat Quarter Shop. It’s fabulous! Can’t wait for the details, I think that BOM got my name on it!
    Hope you’re doing fine on the market,

  • Red Geranium Cottage - Hi Anne, your booth was adorable as usual. It was good to see you and Anne at market and at the Hilton. Market was soo much fun!!!!ReplyCancel

  • brigette - my week has been a bit boring compared to yours!
    that photo of those roses is amazing. you’ve really honed your photography skills!
    i can’t wait to see photos of your booth!
    hope you’re having fun.ReplyCancel

  • suz - Your pincushions are great and so much fun to put together – can’t wait to get Bitty Dog. However, I agree with Rachel – no way can I stick a pin in him! So he’ll have to have a cushion like Bitty Bird! SuzKReplyCancel

  • sweetfunkyvintage - Hi Anne,
    I just wanted to tell you how lovely it was to meet you at QM! Your booth and fabrics were fabulous. I hope we see you again soon. I’ll be blog visiting often! :)

  • sweetfunkyvintage - Hi Anne! Liz and I so enjoyed meeting you in Houston and your booth was sooo pretty!
    Take Care!

  • Wild Sage Lampwork - What a great blog. I am enjoying all the goodies. I am also tagging you (sorry) :) I hope that you can play along. Check out my blog for all the details. Thanks PamReplyCancel