She Shall Have Ribbons!

I love trims. I put them on everything! I use them for flower stems, tote bags, quilt edges, pincushions, Christmas decorations, cat collars, hems and anything else I can think of. I keep a stash in my studio just in case the need strikes. I even love just looking at them! So while I was at market, I walked past the ribbon booths and well you can guess the rest, I bought lots of trims. They’ve been arriving over the past few weeks and FINALLY I have them for sale on my web site. You can find them here at Bunny Hill.

Trims…
…and more trims

…and more trims!

Now for the great part! I’ve just listed FOUR pages of trims. Four pages! Do you realize how many trims that is? Well one of you will find out very soon! As I was photographing these trims I was also cutting a yard of each one. The stack kept growing and growing and now one lucky person is going to win this pile of trims! 1 yard of every trim on my web site! It’s a giveaway! I’ll choose a winner on Saturday, November 29th. Just tell me why you want this stack of trims! Oh my, I think a few are missing. Do you see them all in the stack below? I may have to cut some more! And she shall have ribbons where ever she goes….

Good luck everyone. May you be sewing with trims very soon! And, yes I’ll package them in a much prettier fashion. (:
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  • Anonymous - That is truly amazing. I was just looking at your site last night and enjoying the couple I saw on there and just happened to read your blog today not expecting to see a post from you at this very busy time. Voila…So I guess that means I will be first to post. Hope that is a good thing. I collect ribbons and things in my old canning jars. Just love looking at them but I do have to confess I use them for my sister’s birthday gifts and also to tie up little bundles of fabric when I give them as gifts, such as our little friend in Berlin, Germany. I tied up red, white and blue pieces for her. Happy Turkey Day!
    LouiseReplyCancel

  • Brenda - I NEED ribbons, LOL! I just can’t think of prettier site than a quilt trimmed with rick rack…oh they are sweet. I would love to win your giveaway so sign me up…woo-hoo!
    Oh, BTW, love the new patterns too! =)ReplyCancel

  • jroen5472 - What a lovely thing to add to any stash. I sure do hope I can be your winner. I will have to come up with some very cool uses.ReplyCancel

  • Mary A - The trims are beautiful! I use them on everything too! I even hook some of my rugs with them :) Happy Thanksgiving, MaryReplyCancel

  • mary - I have three precious daughters and love, love to sew for them. I can just picture in my mind many cute dresses and aprons all finished with 1 yard pieces of trim!ReplyCancel

  • Julie - I’d love to enter your draw. I’m just starting a quilt that I want to put Ric Rac on for my little girl. I still have ric riac my Mum gave me, left over from the little girls dresses she used to make for me. It reminds me of her. I agree, they are even just pretty to look at even if you don’t use them.ReplyCancel

  • THE QUILT SHED - Oh Anne they are all devine!! I too can not get enough of trims. All the best to you and yours for the Festive season coming. I am coming over to your country next week and can’t wait!! Fingers crossed for me…Cheryl, Brisbane, AustraliaReplyCancel

  • Kathy in Australia - I love trims. Unfortunately I can’t seem to find many in our local shops. I have two little girls that I try to sew for and I also scrapbook. It really adds that something special when you add a trim here and there.
    Kathy in AustraliaReplyCancel

  • chook - oh wow Anne
    I would love to winn a girl can never have enough ribbons
    soooo please pick me
    hugs BethReplyCancel

  • Carrie ~ Cricketwood Prims and Gardens - OH MY They are fabulous, I can totally relate to just looking at them, I need some, I must go look at your website now. What a fun giveaway. Until the 29th, Happy Thanksgiving Anne.ReplyCancel

  • Cara - Oh that pile is just wonderful! I collect trims and can’t seem to find enough! I also like to use them on my customer quilts and love to see them in the jars on my shelf….think I will check out your site to see more!ReplyCancel

  • Kathie - I can always use ribons, they are so pretty, would love to put them in a jar and just enjoy looking at them!
    actually I will add little pieces of them into an applqiue quilt I am working on for my daughters college graduation…she LOVES ribbons and bows…a true girly girl.
    Thanks for sharing with the lucky winner :)ReplyCancel

  • Corinna - What a great selection of trims you have! I’ve always wanted to make a quilt with ric rac. If I win I’ll have no excuse! lol
    CorinnaReplyCancel

  • Rachel - Beautiful stuff!! I love love love using ribbon in scrapbooking and would love to bring that to my sewing as well. I would be very excited to win all this trim and give some extra special projects a try!!

    Thanks!!
    RachelReplyCancel

  • Amy - Ohhh, they are so so so pretty. I have a Fabric Stash, A Thread Stash, and a Notions Stash, but now I think I might have to start a ribbon stash.ReplyCancel

  • Sue - Oh! please pick me! I love ribbons and trims. They are so pretty!ReplyCancel

  • Sylvia - Hi Anne,
    I put ribbons on everything cards, bags, quilt,cushions. I am in the middle of making cards and some more ribbons would be useful. Thanks for a great giveaway.
    Sylvia:)ReplyCancel

  • Kerry - What a wonderful giveaway, I would love to win. Why? Just because I love to have pretty things and all these pretty things would make my things prettier! And I couldn’t afford to buy them all, so to win would be fantastic!!ReplyCancel

  • My LIttle Family: - I save trims off of everything and reuse them. I have trims that came around fat quarters, ribbons off of boxes of Godiva chocolates, and even off of bath sets. I NEED them becaue I can’t find anywhere to shop for them locally. Also, because I like to put a little personal spin on the dog clothing I make. Check out my post today to see what I did with gingham ribbon. Pick me! LOLReplyCancel

  • erica e - these are so pretty. i like to save ribbons and trims and think of all the ways i could use them. mostly i just like to save them so i can enjoy their beauty!ReplyCancel

  • pdudgeon - Oh my! i don’t think i could have passed those by either. I love the colors, they’re just perfect.
    I’m sitting here counting up all the quilts that i could use those trims on, and i’m running out of fingers.
    now i’ve got to go and look at all the pages…..ReplyCancel

  • Patti - Oh boy, I’m starting to fall in love with trims as much as fabric. I too like to keep a canning jar full of buttons, trims, and even fabric scraps. Your trims would certainly be an inspiration to embellish more of everything. They are all so beautiful.ReplyCancel

  • Cindy - I would love to have those trims to add to some of my applique and all the bags I’ve been making. Pick me!ReplyCancel

  • Jackie - Okay Anne, you’ve got it!! I just absolutely adore trims too. I could put it on a quilt, on a bag or tote. I can dress up some jeans or shirt. I can use them to wrap gifts and it then becomes a gift (of course only to crafty friends). I can use them to trim napkins, tablecloths, towels, you name it the sky is the limit!!! Pick me, Pick me…. I love them!! Thanks for the opportunity!ReplyCancel

  • rachel griffith - that was great eye candy!!!

    let’s see:
    i wanna win because i don’t have a ribbon stash.
    isn’t that sad???
    haha.

    i think i only have 1 and it’s pure white. how boring huh???
    :DReplyCancel

  • The Quilt Buddy - A girl can never have too many ribbons! I keep my ribbon stash in beautiful jars which sit on my shelf. They are not only beautiful to look at, but they serve as inspiration when the mood strikes me!

    I enjoyed meeting you at Quilt Market and I hope to win your giveaway!ReplyCancel

  • Annette - Oooo…such beautiful wonderful colors! Trims give the projects we work so carefully on that extra something special.
    Creating by adding touches of trims and ribbons and buttons is just so fun as well.ReplyCancel

  • SarahB - Ooohhhh! These trims are absolutely delicious! If I were to win this lovely gift I would use the trim for lots of things! To embellish outfits for my girls, dress up little sewn projects and use for scrapbooking!ReplyCancel

  • Patti - Trims make everything so much more fun. Now that I have two granddaughters I’ve been looking forward to making cute little girl dresses. The oldest will soon be old enough for me to do so. I’d love to have the trips to decorate her dresses – as well as my quilts!ReplyCancel

  • miniaturequilter - For Christmas I’ve been making up little quilted baskets, with coasters, tea bags, and cookies in. I like ribbons to tie around the coasters and bags of cookies to pretty them up! Please include me in your giveaway too!ReplyCancel

  • Sandy - What a great giveaway. Have starting making quilts for my granddaughters and these would make such beautiful embelishments.ReplyCancel

  • Mary on Lake Pulaski - Your trims are lot a pot at the end of a rainbow. They will add so much personality to all the bags I am making for holiday gifts!ReplyCancel

  • mamabug - Oh yes, yes, yes this would be a wonderful giveaway to win. First of all you never have just the right thing to add to a project to give it a fresh fun look and second it takes time and extra money to put these touches on. But do they make the project unique??? Without a doubt. You have it all and I want it too :) Great selection and giveaway!!! Thanks a bunch…………Kathie k.bugbee@att.netReplyCancel

  • Annelies Dease - DEEEEElightful!!!! Love trims and I put them on quilts, clothing, bags and sometimes I just look at them like dear little friends.
    The local quilt shop had such a nice collection, but sadly they have now closed. I hope this isn’t a sign of things to come because another local shop just posted that they are closing too. So sad. But on a happier note, I would LOVE to win and Happy Thanksgiving to all. XXX AnneliesReplyCancel

  • Linda from Down Under - I have a small collection of ribbons…but you never seem to have the right one…the exact right colour…so to add more would be just wonderful..Linda from Down UnderReplyCancel

  • Vicky - Your trim stash is awesome! I’d love for some of it to come live at my house! Hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving!ReplyCancel

  • Simply This and That - Lovin just lookin at the pics! But havin me some, would even be better! LOL. I think those would look so cute wrapped around my clothespin’s and in my jars. My jars are lookin a little empty these days, so your trims would be a welcome addition. ;o) fantastic give away! ooxx`jodReplyCancel

  • Sherri - What lovely trims…I can’t wait to head over to your web site and look at them some more! I would love to have them simply because I love trims–I make lots of projects and live in a small town away from good trim “sources”…so it would be great to have a little stockpile at home!ReplyCancel

  • Dawn - Ohhhhh, what a wonderful giveaway! I think I would first need to put them in a glass jar so I could just admire them! Then I will probably use them on quilts.ReplyCancel

  • Candace - Hi Anne, trim is like icing on a cake, and after all, aren’t the best things in life full of trim – lemons on a tree, tomatoes on the vine, eggs under the chickens, rick-rack on a little girls party dress! Cheers!ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - Anne, I love trims. To me they add that pop of the unexpected.
    PatReplyCancel

  • Rachel - Oh my goodness I NEED these trims. I just do. I want to sew them to quilts, add them to costumes and clothes, stick them to scrapbook pages, tie them in my hair (won’t that be cute?), decorate with them.
    So generous of you to give all these away. Please sign me up for the giveaway! ♥ReplyCancel

  • Beth - Oh my gosh, I NEED those trims! I love trims maybe more than you do. I don’t use as many as I should, but I LOVE collecting them and just looking at them! Please enter me into your drawing!ReplyCancel

  • Evelyn - I’m making some pillowcases for my little girl, and these would be perfect to trim the hems!ReplyCancel

  • Lynn S - Rick rack and ribbons–I like adding to pillows and small embroidery and quilt projects! What a treat to have such variety!ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - I love ribbons and trims for quilting, sewing and scrapbooking, but most of all I love them because they remind me of my grandmother. She was an amazing seamstress and loved to put rickrack on dresses she made for us when we were little. What a great giveaway!!ReplyCancel

  • Melinda Cornish - Just like you, I love trim and use it on everything…from scrapbook pages to aprons to altered book pages…i would love to win! Thanks, melindaReplyCancel

  • Sally - Oh, how pretty! I would love to use them on dresses for my granddaughter.ReplyCancel

  • Linda - How exciting, I wish I’d known about this sooner. I’m waiting on an order of ric rac to arrive from Australia. Trying to get cotton ric rac here is almost impossible, but now I know where to shop in the future.ReplyCancel

  • May Britt - Why you should send the ribbons to me? Because like you I love ribbons. Like buttons you never get to much ribbons either :) And seeing all those ribbons is like being in a candy store.ReplyCancel

  • Alice Larkin - Like you I love having beautiful trim available ~ for any reason! For the most part I use them on the baby items I make as gifts, but recently I have also been making aprons as Christmas gifts for my daughter and her friends. Love your website! You’ve inspired me many times.ReplyCancel

  • jeanette - I sure do hope to win this one…ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - It would be WONDERFUL to win all those gorgeous pieces! I could use them on purses, quilts, ornaments, dishtowels, aprons and they would be adorable on a bag/carrier for the back of my daughter’s wheelchair. She loves girly stuff and I am making her a cute bag/carrier for her to carry her goodies when we shop together. It is goimg to be a Christmas present and it would thrill her for it to have lots of trims in many colors. Please enter me to win! Happy Thanksgiving!
    DonnaReplyCancel

  • midnight hysteria - i have five darling granddaughters ranging in age from 13 1/2 down to 3 months and i love nothing more than making clothes and blankies and toys for them … hair ribbons, hair bands, bows and i NEED this ribbon assortment. i, too, keep my ribbons in old canning jars on my shelves according to color; they look so beautiful and inspiring … please, send them to me; they will be used ….

    darleneReplyCancel

  • Catherine - Hi Anne – please pick me as your winner. No crafter can have too many trims. As you say, they look good on anything and nothing can make a bag, quilt, ornament, cushion or a cat collar (not that I’m an expert in this field) look quite so fabulous as a little decorative touch. Thank you for offering such an amazing giveaway. Even though I’m in Australia, I do hope I’m the lucky one to receive this fabulous parcel. It’d be like visiting a lolly shop and coming out with bag fulls to delight the tastebuds everyday. All the best, CatherineReplyCancel

  • Jan Richards - I too love trims and ribbons. I love to use them to sew for the grandgirls. So fun to add those special touches to little girl clothes. You are as always so nice to share with us.ReplyCancel

  • Kookaburra - What a TRIMendous giveaway!! I’d love to have my name in the draw. Thankyou for such generosity.
    Karen.ReplyCancel

  • Catherine - I love the look of a ribbon or trim of some type on a quilt. It makes such a wonderful difference and makes what might be a great quilt block into a wonderful one! I would love to be the winner of your giveaway!!ReplyCancel

  • Tina D - I Love TRIMS – the finishing touch to every project. I NEED the trims to store in my new PINK ribbon box, painted especially for me by my youngest daughter at her Folk Art classes.
    Tina D.ReplyCancel

  • Hanne - I love ribbons and I love to use them for different purposes.
    I tie presents with them, I store them in an antique glass jar just because they look beatiful, I use them as drawstrings on drawstring bags, I embellish with them.
    I like the look and the feel of ribbons – real eye candy :-)
    Please include me in your drawing :-)ReplyCancel

  • Marie - What a trimendous give away. Aperson never has too much trim. I have buttons and trim that my Mother used on my clothing and i use trim on all my grandchildrens quilts and clothing. YOu can tie gifts, fabric packets, oh ssew many things.. I would love to win your fabulous give away. Blessings and hugs, MarieReplyCancel

  • Daisy Jayne - A girl can never have to much on a good thing…what a great giveawayReplyCancel

  • Calamity Jane's Cottage, Bonnie - Hi Anne,
    OMG, who doesn’t need trim, from scrapbooking to sewing. I use all kinds with the projects I sew and two grandbabies (girls), the trims would really come in handy.
    Great Giveaway!!!
    BonnieReplyCancel

  • Laila - Hello.
    I hope to win all your great ribbons… Because I deserve it ;-)
    I would love to have ribbons in all that brigth colours.And then I could let some of my friends have some too. It would have been sooo fun to surprise them…
    So please pick me… HugsReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - Ribbons are AMAZING!!
    I discovered the use of them some time ago and now I am sewing ribbons on all sort of things – cushions, little stitchery quilts etc.
    And I also stock them in beautiful glass jars as well as buttons, beads and all sorts of other colourful things.
    The glass jars were in our kitchen for pasta etc but using them for sewing articles is so much nicer.
    Have a great stitching day,
    Hugs from Holland (covered in snow)
    InekeReplyCancel

  • Ineke/Hugsfrom Holland - Oeps, I forgot my name. The previous entry was from Ineke/Hugs from Holland.ReplyCancel

  • Nancy in Norway - How lucky are your having all this lovely ribbons to look at and touch. It’s like entering a bakery knowing you can not tast every pastery. Buy them all to bring home and you can taste one by one. I would love to be the lucky one to get all your beautifull ribbons to my home.ReplyCancel

  • tam - Wow absolutely amazing! Oh how I love trims! Ric rac, thin fat all colors! I always try to use trim in everything I do-makes them look so much more finished. What a lovely collection you have-and what a wonderful give away. I will tell you why I need and I do mean need to win. Have you seen my blog? I am refinishing the most wonderful giant cabinet to store all off my sewing and crafting supplies. I can hardly wait to fill it up! I do not have near enough goodies to fill it yet! Previously I could not buy much because I had no where to keep it (besides I have a tight budget)all and now I do-hooray! I am planning on starting my own little online store of hand made items. I am a stay at home mom/grandma and need to find a way to help the tight family budget. So it is time to put my hobby to work! I am very excited about it but I need stock to get started. My megar supply won’t last long. So winning this give away would be a blessing for me! I adore your blog and store. Just love the style-I love everything about it! I am fairly new to blogging and it has been a blast getting to know everyone and seeing all of the wonderfully talented folks. Your site is inspiring and I thank you for it! Happy Thanksgiving and many blessings to you and your families!
    ~Tam :DReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - Why would I like to win? Well. I have this most beautiful granddaughter, aged 16 weeks and her name is Lilly Eliza. I am sewing dresses, rompers, panties, tops etc for her and I do love to embellish. I would love to win some delightful trims…Please!!
    …SueReplyCancel

  • Shelia - Wow. This is an awesome assortment of trims. Don’t think I’ve seen that many in a long, long time. OOh what you could do with those beauties. flower stems, rosettes, seaweed, book bindings, christmas stocking decorations, embelishment for a vest for my friend Kay. oh my mind is buzzing with activity. Now I know I won’t sleep, too many ideas dancing in my head. The Christmas spirit is at work.
    Many blessings to you and your family during this holiday season. A special christmas wish for ribbons in my stocking.
    SheliaReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - OMGosh….could you imagine 100 different trims arriving at once?! I didn't even know you could buy rickrack by the spool…lol.
    First of course, I'd have to just play with them, then I'd line them up all neat & tidy. It would be fun to make a committment to use each one in a project…100 little projects…100 little doll dresses would be so sweet, hang some on a mini clothesline…ooooo the possibilities are endless for what to do with these! I can't wait to see what the winner does with them, of course I'd welcome the one to have that dilemma! Smiles, DianeM :)
    basketblessed@yahoo.comReplyCancel

  • Terry - What beautiful ribbons!! I need to win them because I don’t have any ribbons/trims of my own and these would make a great start to a new collection for me! Thanks for having this giveaway! :0)ReplyCancel

  • Margaret - Oh I love trims! I never have any around when I need them either, so it would be wonderful to win them. I use them for gifts, for trim on finishing stitching, stuff like that. Thanks, and happy Thanksgiving!ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - I read your blog daily & am always inspired! With 12 grandchildren (# 13 being adopted from India soon!, many of their birthday & Christmas gifts (pillow cases, dolly clothes,etc, the trims are truly the "icing on the cake" for projects such as these. I would be delighted & honored to win such a fantastic prize,but if not I will look forward to seeing what you make with them as examples! Thank you for taking time to write your blog…it is always uplifting & a great way to start a sewing day. CynthiaReplyCancel

  • Sipiweske Quilts - Make sure you count me in. That little stack of lovelies would fit right into some of my upcoming projects. – MarleneReplyCancel

  • marcia - Oh what pretty colors those trims are! As I look out my window at snow here in NY, I can’t think of a lovelier picture than those trims on my shelf to brighten my day!ReplyCancel

  • Joanna - Well they would probably sit on my quilting table for a while while I just stare at them, and pet them, unable to cut into the gorgeousness of it all! Then I would think of my 8 year old daughter and how much she would love something made with them and I’d feel all guilty and use them:)ReplyCancel

  • Nat - Anne,

    I am making bitty bunnies and bitty birds for 15 girlfriends as holiday gifts. I would love to have a beautiful and unique trim to put around each of their little necks- that way they will be like each of my friends- special in their own wonderful way!ReplyCancel

  • Lynn - Oh my goodness, I just LOVE trims, I use them on everything too :) I sew, I knit, I work in mixed media, so, I would love to win, this is something really exciting, thank you for being so generous :)ReplyCancel

  • Rachael Rabbit - Anne – you just work in the best colors. I really hope you are well and planning a little bit of a rest for the holiday season – you have just been so busy recently xReplyCancel

  • lindagerig - I love to decorate with trims. would love to have some of yours. Linda GerigReplyCancel

  • Abbybeth - the trims and ribbons are all so beautiful! my student loans keep me from being able to buy much in the line of fabric and trims … so this would be a huge boost to my tiny stash of sewing supplies! (plus they’re just darn pretty!)

    AbbyReplyCancel

  • Laurie - Wooweeeeeee! How I would adore having these trims!! This is very nice of you to make available for us bloglanders to win! I could use them in my daughter’s hair, on my little frou-frou dog, on my Christmas cards, on my thank you notes, on my quilted wall hangings, on my newly hemmed pants for my daughter, oh my I can find hundreds of uses for these! I would love to win – please count me in!! Thank you so much for this chance!!kfbReplyCancel

  • Bobbie Lynn - I’m a trim/ribbon lover too and I also use, as much as I can, in my handmade cards. Love the colors you have. Very happy to look at too.ReplyCancel

  • Love to Applique - How wonderful, I love trims and of course you can never have to many.Please add me to the draw. Thank You, DebbieReplyCancel

  • Sandy K. - The colors are fantastic…eye candy for trimming just about anything. Did I see velvet rick-rack also? Yummy. I would love these for my crafts and quilts.
    Sandy in rainy Ohio
    skalmeyer@neo.rr.com

    Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours.ReplyCancel

  • brigette - i don’t want the ribbons…. but i just wanted to say you can’t give them to louise,she is going to use them to tie on gifts!!!! hahaha.ReplyCancel

  • Melissa - I love the colors. I love trims too. I have a hard time deciding what to do with them, so I end up just looking at them…ReplyCancel

  • Donna - You can’t get any better than a whole pile of trims!! I REALLY need those trims for my sewing. LOL (as if every other quilter/crafter wouldn’t say the same). Thanks so much for all your inspiration.ReplyCancel

  • Tracy - Oh wonderful…that is a pile of dreamy, crafty goodness. Please consider me a good candidate for them. I can imagine them embellishing quilts & stitcheries, wrapped around old bobbins in a basket on my bookcase, hanging ornaments…the list just goes on. Thank you for your generosity!ReplyCancel

  • Lizzie - Wow, What a nice treat. The ribbons are amazing! Please ad me to your give away.

    LizzieReplyCancel

  • Helen - I love all the trims you have acquired. I recently finished an applique quilt that had flowers with rick rack around the centers. It was so cute! I can’t wait to design a quilt that includes lots of trims. And where would I get them?ReplyCancel

  • Robin - Oh a girl can never have enough trims. As a mama of 4 daughters and a little granddaughter I can find millions of uses for those beautiful trims and ribbons. And I love to make bows for my two little yorkie girls. Yep, I could use those ribbons!
    I hope I win!!!ReplyCancel

  • Hannah - Wow! those are all so beautiful. I can’t say what I would use them for. They are so beautiful I think they should decide. They would look perfect on just about anything!

    Have a wonderful day!ReplyCancel

  • Sinta - Ribbons and ricrak! What great treasures… and now you are the source for these little embelishments! Thanks Anne! I love using them to trim/accent and even to bind my quilts. I hadn’t thought of pet collar before though. Good idea/I’m on it!ReplyCancel

  • Jean - Ribbons and trims… wonderful!
    It’s hard to just walk by them isnt’ it? I suppose that the main reason that I wouldn’t mind making a home for these wonderful trims is because I have just been blessed with two new grandchildren to sew for! My dd and her dh have just adopted these two sweet little sweeties. A 15 month old little girl and a 2 month old little boy. Yes, brother and sister, and they had a 3 year old to boot! So, it’s sewing time for grandma… what’s not to love about grandkids, trims and sewing?
    So sweet of you to share with one of us! Thanks!ReplyCancel

  • Amy - I would love to win all those beautiful trims! I just used up most of my stash of trim and ribbons to wrap up the Christmas presents. The presents look so pretty, but the state of my stash is so sad!ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - Greetings Bunny Tales and fam, I love ric rac and pretty trim. If I win, I shall sew the pretty trim on every project.

    Have a wonderful Thanksgiving dinner. Remember don’t drink too much wine while you’re prepping the turkey and side dishes.

    Love your blog and thank you.
    Kay in MNReplyCancel

  • PamKittyMorning - HOLY COW ANNE.. you said you bought some ribbon and trim…. YOU SURE DID.

    And already 100 comments..ReplyCancel

  • suz - Holy Cow! Well, I’d love to win a yard of each of these, that’s for sure! I love embellishing… everything. I use ribbons, lace, beads, buttons, yo-yos. I never feel a piece is complete without something special. It isn’t easy to find ribbons and laces and rickrack, although rickrack is becoming more popular now. Beautiful selection! Thank you!ReplyCancel

  • Christine - I love the ribbons!!! I too have a large collection, I love to use them on tons of things. I love it when I have something in my stash that is just right for something I’m working on! I’d love your ribbons b/c I’m working on a CQ for my DD and these would be lovely additions to it!ReplyCancel

  • Paulette - Why would I want the trim? How could anyone NOT want the trim!!!! Trim for feather trees, for aprons, wall quilts…lavendar wands (which I make many of every year)….trim makes EVERYTHING just a little bit better.

    Thank you for a beautiful website that I visit several times a week just to bask in the colors and images.
    PauletteReplyCancel

  • Nicki - Oh WOW! I’d love to win your trims. A girl can never have too many pieces of ribbon and trim and I know every scrap would get used eventually!ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - OOOH, I love ribbons and trims!!!!! I’m always saving little bits and pieces. Can’t pass up the wired ribbon at Costco! happy turkey day!!!! Nurse PayneReplyCancel

  • The Christmas Shoppe - Anne – I don’t need to win because I also stopped at that lovely booth at Market and bought many, many trims including some of the ones I see on your site. Of course I haven’t gotten them on my site yet – you are way ahead of me! They are beautiful and I’ve been dreaming of what to do with them…can’t wait to see what you’ll come up with. XOXO Mary JaneReplyCancel

  • Carrie P. - I know you had the time of your life shopping for all the trim. They are all so beautiful. Just because I am a girl (really a grown woman) I would love all those trims. Doesn’t every girl love girly things? I know I do.ReplyCancel

  • Anita - I love those ribbons and trims! If I were the winner I would admire them for weeks and them I would probably make some skirts and dresses for daughter. That would of course be embelished with some of the trims. They are just so sweet!ReplyCancel

  • requilt - Oh how pretty. I want to make some “cottage blocks” that I recently discovered a tutorial for on fredashive blog and the they will need so many kinds of roof trim. thank you for a chance at these yummy ones.
    Rita E in AZ
    requilt (at) yahoo (dot) comReplyCancel

  • Diannia - Wow what a generous offer! I would love to win the trims! I don’t have many and would love to have a supply on hand!ReplyCancel

  • Christine - Are you kidding?! Of course I want to win the trims!! I have 3 daughters, 3 granddaughters and ME!! I will use up odd-n-ends trims to make bibs with for the grands. Sometimes they come out looking a little goofy since I will just use whatever is there. With a NEW stash of trims, I could make much more coordinated bibs. Not to mention when I am sewing for the granddaughters and their baby dolls and quilts and stuff and more stuff.

    PS I even collect ribbons that come from tied up charm packs, gift boxes, sweatshirt hoods, drawstring pants, floral bouquets, etc. You get the picture.ReplyCancel

  • CJ - I went searching for Brown RicRac this week. I live in PODUNK,USA. Puhleeze! Brown Ric Rac? Are you serious woman?? We don’t carry that in Podunk, USA. Get real! You want white? We have white.
    I would LOVE to win this mix of pretty trims!!ReplyCancel

  • julia - Ribboooooons…love them. Collect them. Always want more of them…does that count as an answer to what I’d do with them? *lol*
    If I had them right now I would definitely use them on my swap blocks (sunbonnet sue appliqué) – I’m searching my ribbon stash and found it’s clearly too small, just don’t have the variety I need to find the PERFECT trim for each block ;o).
    Hugs, Julia
    P.S.: hello Louise, you’re speaking of ME ;o) – I still treasure your gifts you sent along…can’t part with them but I’m sure I’ll find the right project for them!ReplyCancel

  • lovetostitch - I would love to win these – well because we are collectors of everything. If we don’t have a use just now, next week we will. Trims are a must to have on hand!!! Not to mention either all the uses I could use with your patterns – I have one in the works, and I know I don’t have enough trims for the bunny wagons. LindaReplyCancel

  • Vicki - If I win the trims, I promise to be a really good girl, and to take very good care of them. And only use them if they agree to it.
    ; )ReplyCancel

  • Barbara - Oh what beautiful trims…….perfect for all the little goodies that I sew for my grandbabies . Anne, you are so generous and talented, love the new patterns!
    Happy Thanksgiving,
    BarbReplyCancel

  • CallieA - Oh, man! What a way to blow all of my holiday money! I want one of each – they are gorgeous!ReplyCancel

  • Jamie - The trims are breathtaking! I love the color, patterns and shapes! I would use them for dolls, and quilties and to hang on my walls and drape around my studio. Jamie V in MT
    amzanioli@yahoo.com
    http://rem-nants.blogspot.comReplyCancel

  • chickie - I adore your ribbons and trims, love chickieReplyCancel

  • lucie - I would have great fun with ribbons and trims and my granddaughters who are 6 and 8. We love to create pretty things and that pile is pretty!ReplyCancel

  • wendybird - I just love your site Anne – I must check in every night before I turn off my computer. This is the first time I have left a comment though – I love love love the trims. Whenever I buy something new like trim or buttons I like to leave them out so I can cast a gaze as I am working. Makes for a messy sewing environment but I love it.ReplyCancel

  • Lauren - Trims provide the finishing touch on so many projects. They are hard to find in the region of Australia where I live, so to win these lovelies would make me very happy indeed. Christmas stockings, little girls' dresses & apron pockets are just some of the projects that spring to mind when I think of what I could do with these gorgeous trims.ReplyCancel

  • eamylove - Like so many others, I don’t just WANT those ribbons – I NEED them! I’m not sure exactly what for until it happens.. but it would happen! They are all kinds of lovely, one at a time or all at once.ReplyCancel

  • Rhonda - Oh my! What beautiful trims!! I don’t have anything in mind but sure will be fun to add them to future projects. :-)ReplyCancel

  • Carol - I would love to win because I really love trims too. All of these trims are so nice, love the rick rack, it’s in lots of patterns lately and so cute.ReplyCancel

  • June - Hi Anne, Well I would love to win too, but I am sure whoever wins will put them to great use as they are certainly very feminine and beautiful. Love from Oz, JuneReplyCancel

  • Alice I. - Anne, Thank you for sharing your wonderful ribbon stash with us. Please include me in your giveaway. Why? Because just looking at all the delightful ribbons/trims made my heart skip a beat! Woohoo!! Good luck to everyone! Happy Holidays, Anne.

    Again, thank you.

    Alice I.ReplyCancel

  • Cindy@Cutepinkstuff - What can I say, except I WANT THOSE RIBBONS! Hope all is well, Anne!ReplyCancel

  • Jill - Oh I love trims too, I need some for pillows and quilt blocks. Pleeeaaaaase pick me!!!!! Love your website, made up the free bunny quilt pattern last week and it turned out so cute!!ReplyCancel

  • Melissa - Oh, be still my heart! Those are the most beautiful ribbons! I would love to put some on a doll quilt for my two year old daughter before Christmas and they would be lovely on some scrapbook pages, too.

    Just discovered your blog and can’t wait to read through your posts. I’ve always loved Bunny Hill patterns.ReplyCancel

  • Library Gal Quilts - Hi Anne, Wow, I just love the ribbon! I had ribbon as a theme for my wedding shower. Everyone bought me ribbon as a gift for an antique thread box that I was given by my dear friend Helen. She had been given it by her husband years before. Needless to say I rec’d a variety of wonderful lengths of colors and patterns. Each person put their name on a tiny tag that my friend Sally had made by hand and sewn on the tail end of the piece. They have been used in bits but not in whole. I love them dearly! I think it’s time they had so new neighbors, so please put my name in the drawing. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours. Pam in ChicoReplyCancel

  • Gran - Sons and grandsons have been my life And now I have a GRANDDAUGHTER, who is seven months old. I don’t have a girl stash and making things for a girl is so exciting. Please count me in on your very generous gift – “She Shall Have Ribbons!”

    PS Yes, my picture is of her.ReplyCancel

  • Kim - Does one NEED a reason other than pure, unadulterated LUST?! LOL! Please add me to the drawing!ReplyCancel

  • Auntie Pami - My Arnie’s would love to be decked out! So would my bitty critters, just waiting on the wools to arrive. How wonderful to be able to find the cutest trims!Velvet rick rack! I’ve been looking for some lovelies for my crazy quilt stash too. Thank you!ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - ribbons, oh my, trims , oh my, ric rac, oh my… ribbons, trims and ric rack, oh my!!!
    I would embellish quilts of course but i would also make my mini works of art – quilt postcards -(which always take many more hrs than i think they will) embellished works of wonders. becasue of rabbits prefer chocolate – my first BHD quilt that i am working on finishing one of them for a christmas gift for my mom! the otehr one will eventually be bordered quiltred and finished for meee!, but that quilt has started me adding liittle bows around many little applique a neck! so many uses! would love the chance to try to use each one!

    Tami in tucson!quiltgirltami@yahoo.comReplyCancel

  • tunnicliffe - Love your blog, love your quilts and love your patterns. In fact, I just finished your “Tulips for Beginners”, I’m using it for a tablecloth in my guestroom. I would love to win those gorgeous trims, right now I’m making Christmas ornaments for my quilting/stitching pals and having a heck of a time finding narrow trims. The velvet ric rac would be perfect for the vintage look I’m going for. Thanks – Karen T.ReplyCancel

  • A.L. - Gorgeous!

    If I did win(highly unlikely, but a girl can dream, can’t she…) I would loop them around my lampshade and pet them.
    Some might find their way into small art quilt projects.

    AnnaReplyCancel

  • Dee - Aren’t trims fun, I just got my Mom’s old Singer last year and in the drawer was yellow rick rack – gosh, Mom was definitely speaking to me from heaven as yellow is her and my favorite color – it just looks so pretty that I am saving it until I find just the right project to use it on. I like to use trims on pin cushions and small gifts. Happy Thanksgiving – Dee, MNReplyCancel

  • Erin - These are gorgeous! Thanks for the chance to win. I just found your beautiful site and I will be coming back often!ReplyCancel

  • emma - My grammy said she’ll make me something if i am the winner of the ribbons. and how can you say no to girl you named a pattern after?ReplyCancel

  • Babette - OOH These are so yummy!! I would love to have these too!
    I especially love the velvet ric rack.ReplyCancel

  • LauraT - Oh my Gosh! I love trims and more trims. I use them on wrapping gifts, pony tails for my granddaughter, making gifts as they add so much detail and presentation to the gift. I added ric rac to a new baby banner and it was soooo cute! Love your blog and patterns:)

    LauraReplyCancel

  • Carmen - Why do I want them?? Because I do!! Seriously, I just made some quick ornaments as favors for our guild Christmas party. I really could of used some of that trim!ReplyCancel

  • Lillian - Collecting trims and ribbons have been my passion for the last couple of years. I use them for bags, table runners, stitcheries and cushions. They make everything so pretty.

    :) Lillian in NorwayReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - Love the trims!! I’d make a few baby quilts with them if I won. What fun…coordinating trims with fabrics…Pick me! LisaReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - I would love to be the person picked to receive those ribbon trims. I think I started to drool a little when I was looking at them! Thanks Anne. I enjoy all that you share on your blog. Especially love the pics with your pets! They are the cutest.

    WendyReplyCancel

  • Winn Family - I would love to have that many ribbons and rickrack! They add such a simple touch to little girls bags and hair accesories, plus, I could use them in a mini quilt or two. How fun.

    Also, I was wondering if I could please use the I am a Quilter button picture on the side bar of my blog.

    Thanks! Katie WinnReplyCancel

  • Kim - This is inspiring! I have some patterns that call for special trimming and I see some of them in this give-away pile of goodies.ReplyCancel

  • Stephanie - I want them because they’re BEAUTIFUL! Seriously…velvety rick rack. I would certainly use them in special projects for special people but I’d be very happy just looking at them. :o)-ReplyCancel

  • Mandi Pike - Me me me me!!! I would LOVE your trims!!! Your website is beautiful!
    MandiReplyCancel

  • Joyce - I love the ribbons and trims! You have such a great Blog. Thanks for always sharing.ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - WOW 152 posts…It is great to see your site is so popular. I love checking it out everyday and think I remember taking calendar quilt classes with you a few years ago. I would love to win those pretty ribbons.
    Happy Thanksgiving!!
    Susan HaaseReplyCancel

  • LindaSonia - My name is Linda and I’m a ribbonaholic. So there. I MUST HAVE ribbons to live. LOL. (not that far from the truth ;-) Count me in. Fingers crossed. LindaSonia (baddabinda@yahoo.com)ReplyCancel

  • Kwiltsfl - Rick rac is in! I need some for a baby quilt I am making, so would love to win some! And ribbons are just a thin of beauty!

    Karen in FLReplyCancel

  • Rose - Why do I want these pretty trims? Because I am an antuque little girl with 4 lovely grand daughters. We love to sew and craft things . These trims are delicious!ReplyCancel

  • Chris - Hi your ribbons are so gorgeous. There are so many things I can think of to use them for but first up is two quilts for my daughters that’s if my son who will probably try and give the cat the ribbons to play with doesn’t see them.ReplyCancel

  • Jilly in Idaho - Ohh, (sigh), these sweet ribbons bring back so many memories. When growing up my mom made all of our dresses for school and she would try to make the simple fabric a little more special with ribbon, trim and buttons. She would match the trim for bows in our ponytails. At the time how I wished for a store bought dress, just one, but that wasn’t to be. In looking back at old photos we looked so sweet and crisp and our dresses didn’t look homemade. Moma made all of our clothes, including play clothes, after coming home from work.
    She’s looking down on me now as I write this and I hope she’s smiling as I remember those times.

    I now have two young granddaughters and they beg me to make them dresses and make them “with fancy stuff”, meaning with ribbon, trim and buttons. Funny how full circle this has come. They don’t want store bought dresses.
    Your pretty ribbons are so similar to what my mom used and I would love to put them on the dresses I’m making for gifts for my granddaughters. Wouldn’t these be wonderful pictures in our family album?

    Thank you for the opportunity.
    JillReplyCancel

  • Pauline - What lovely ribbons and rick rack! I would love to win some to add to the things I would make for my granddaughters. Rick Rack reminds of simpler times in my life–when I was a child and when I sewed them onto the clothing I would make for my little girl, who is now 40. Thank you for the opportunity to be in your drawing.ReplyCancel

  • Crazy for Primitive Quilts and Gardens - Now that is MY kind of shopping! BULK!!

    Beautiful trims and I would LOVE to be entered in your drawing! :o)ReplyCancel

  • Carolyn - Hi Anne, I love putting ribbons and trims on my quilts and scrapbooking pages. All my ribbons are displayed by color in jars in my scrapbooking room. How special would it be to have ribbons and trims from my favorite quilt designer? Thanks Anne for all your inspiration. LOL, CarolynReplyCancel

  • Denise S. - I love all the trims you have collected. I need trim for my purple Bitty Bunny and Bitty Bird! Happy Thanksgiving. DeniseReplyCancel

  • Fonville Farm - I love trims and ribbons! I use them for everything too! I put them on cards, around baskets, my daughters hair, and anything I sew especially useful in hiding some mistakes:)
    Happy Thanksgiving!ReplyCancel

  • Tamara - Of course ribbons and rick rack who would not love a pile of these in their home. Count me in.ReplyCancel

  • AverettLadyNana - Wow, what an amazing giveaway! ! !
    I’d love to be picked, PLEASE! ! !
    I use ribbons and trims on clothes for my daughter’s three baby girls who are all under three and NO TWINS! I trim their little socks to add some pizzaz— I love trims on quilts, towels, handbags/totebags, making flowers, many many ways. I love to collect trims and ribbons…SO PLEASE PICK ME! ! ! PLEEZReplyCancel

  • Carla - I’ve never seen those colors in rick rack! All I ever see is what’s in the packages at Hancock Fabricks. I would so love to win your prize of all those trims!ReplyCancel

  • Patsy - I love all your trims, ribbons, rick rack. My 6 and 7 year old granddaughters wear head bands alot. These ribbons and trims would be perfect. Hope I win so that I can make them some for a Christmas surprise.

    Hope you had a great Thanksgiving
    PatsyReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - Wow-what a great giveaway!! Please pick me!!! I would like to win because I also use trim for all things beautiful. I especially enjoy scrapbooking, but also quilt and crossstitch. As you know the trim sets the pieces offwonderfully. Thanks for the opportunity to dream. Happy Holidays!!ReplyCancel

  • Renee - those are beautiful. i have an old stash that was my grandma’s. i have used some of it now but i think i prefer to keep it to look at to remind me of gran. lol. i wouldn’t mind being put in your drawing for these little lovelies. i just know that one lucky lady will be so happy and ribbons she shall have. lol.ReplyCancel

  • magda - I use ribbons for scrapbooking, but I am going to start making little fabric crafts.ReplyCancel

  • Mona - I love ribbons, too! I hope I win. MonaReplyCancel

  • Mary Grace McNamara - Oh boy, I hope I’m not too late! I would use those beautiful trims on the bags I make. Please please please pick me!

    MGMReplyCancel