We’ve Been Busy!

We’ve been busy in the Bunny Hill Studio. Really Busy! My bunny helpers, Nancy and Robin, have been helping me cut up 19 bolts of “Angel House” fabric, and right now we have stacks and stacks sitting all over the studio. Glad you’re not coming to visit! I’d have some serious picking up to do.

 

And why are we cutting up all this fabric? We’re putting together bundles for the Bunny Hill web site. Finally! It’s definitely more fun to cut fabric with friends. We watched the Inauguration and cut fabric at the same time!

We did have a few who were not happy we were so busy….

My grand-daughter’s are waiting for me to make cookies with them. You can see they have high expectations. They put a sticky note on all the pages they want to try. I think there might be 25 sticky notes in this recipe book. They’ll be happy when the bundles are done and they can get me back into the kitchen.

 

And Chelsea…what can I say. She’s not getting any attention. She’d like us to finish up really soon. I promised her by Friday.

…So that means in a few days I should be able give away a bundle of some Angel Fabric!

Hugs all!

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  • Auntie Pami - Poor little dog. She should have been watching the inauguration. Then she would be more understanding. I’m sure she will be fine. Thanks for the bundles!ReplyCancel

  • Christine Thomas - Cutting tons of fabric sounds right up my alley. And you’re right…doing those tasks with friends is the best way.ReplyCancel

  • trelly - the fabrics are very sweet! and Chelsea……ReplyCancel

  • Bronwyn - Yumm the fabric looks delightful, can’t wait to see what you have in store for a project.ReplyCancel

  • Jackie - OOO say it ain’t so! Fabric, more fabric! Maybe Chelsea can help in the giveaway, I bet that would occupy her. I hope that you were able to at least make 1 batch of cookies with your grandkids. Do share which of the 25 recipes you made. By the way, I wouldn’t mine coming over with that kind of mess. A fabric mess can only be good.ReplyCancel

  • tam - Oh man serious fabric mania-love it! Sounds more like fun then a chore to me! Your dog is so darn cute! Hope you have a terrific Thursday!~Smiles~Tam!ReplyCancel

  • Mary Carole in AZ - That poor little dog looks like he’s plannin revenge on that nasty fabric. Send it out of state!!! My address on request!!ReplyCancel

  • yellowfarmhouse - Nothing like stacks of beautiful fabric to look at – love it. Now that’s alot of fabric to cut up -yikes. Chelsea looks so cute on her pillow looking like – hey come play with me. She always makes me smile.

    Hugs – KarenReplyCancel

  • CJ - Why don’t you make all 25 cookie recipes Anne? That way there will be plenty when we all descend upon you! :)

    I don’t envy you cutting up all that fabric, yowza! Sure glad you have help!ReplyCancel

  • Amy - Anne,
    WOW! You have been busy.Its alot more fun to do it with friends….I hope you make it to the kitchen soon…….Porr little neglected puppy,lol!ReplyCancel

  • Simply This and That - The fabric is so fantastic. Love the photo. But that recipe book. What a crack up!ReplyCancel

  • Jan - I’ll help cut fabric! Angel Fabric- wow it looks lovely. Really enjoy you blog – thanksReplyCancel

  • PunkiePie - I’ll take some fabric! So pretty! And I have that cookie book also. I can see why your granddaughters marked 25 recipes! I want to try pretty much every recipe in it.ReplyCancel

  • Annelies Dease - Oh…….all that goodness in one place. How can you stand it???? Can’t wait to see all the cutie things you do with the fabric collection. XXX AnneliesReplyCancel

  • Deb C. - Oooh the fabric looks just gorgeous! I have a baby quilt to make shortly and that would be just perfect. Those cookies on the book cover look pretty good to me right about now too!ReplyCancel

  • Sherri - Lots of gorgeous fabric bundles there…and looks like you’ll be baking lots of cookies!ReplyCancel

  • Miss Jean - Wow, Anne! If you ever need help I can come right over and help you play (sorry) cut your fabric. Kisses to Chelsea from Maggie!ReplyCancel

  • Library Gal Quilts - Ah, wish I could be there to help! Love to make cookies!! I have been working on my snowman basket. Should be done tonight! Love that angel fabric Anne! Pam in ChicoReplyCancel

  • Kim - Life is good there at Bunny Tales. Very nice!ReplyCancel

  • Jean - You have been busy! Too bad Chelsea couldn’t have helped… it would have been better to pass the time! Maybe she would have been more excited if they would have shown what type of dog the new residents of the White House are going to have! LoL… Have you heard yet what they decided?
    What an adventure!
    Bet your hands are tired from al that cutting!ReplyCancel

  • C. C. - Hello Mrs. Sutton! I have started a new blog and was wondering if you would go over to it and see if you might like it under your favorites. I actually sent one of the pictures to you awhile ago; and the other picture is of my January block from your free block of the month. (I don’t know how to do a blue-colored link when I mentioned your web-site; that’s why it is not highlighted.)
    Thank you! C. C.ReplyCancel

  • Sheri Howard - Love that fabric, I can hardly wait until I can have some!!!!Keep cutting!ReplyCancel

  • MamaBagel - Yummy looking fabric! Hope you had time to make at least one batch of cookies!ReplyCancel

  • julia - Hi Anne,
    cutting fabric together with friends is definitely much more fun…wow, 19 bolts of fabric…now I know of what I’m dreaming tonight ;o).
    Poor Chelsea, it’s hard not to get the attention a dog should get…I, too, have a serious case of ADHD-dog for visit who didn’t like at all that I sat on my sewing machine…well, some thrown balls later the world was O.K. again…
    Oh…I’m still waiting for my mystery bom fabric to arrive…can’t wait to start with my little basket…
    Hugs, JuliaReplyCancel

  • Jennifer @ Stitchin' Thyme - Wow, sounds like fun to me. I work at a quilt shop and love when new fabric comes in, just to touch it and wonder what great projects will come from it!!! Thanks again by the way for doing the free BOM, fun fun. Give Chelsea an extra treat for being so patient!!!ReplyCancel

  • Sandy - What a sweetie Chelsea is. Yes she deserves an extra treat for being so patient. Love the new fabrics.
    SandyReplyCancel

  • eamylove - Love the yellows!ReplyCancel

  • Red Geranium Cottage - How cute those little bundles of fabric are. And that poor pitiful little doggy. You should give her some attention.ReplyCancel

  • Crazy for Primitive Quilts and Gardens - Chelsea is so cute! She can wait and rest on the pretty pillow until you are done :o)ReplyCancel

  • trelly - I recieved the first block of Autumn House…is simply incredible! If you have a minute please, take a look at my blog, kisses from SpainReplyCancel

  • Alice I. - Wow! That is a lot of fabric. Thank goodness for friends! I especially like the little star fabric. Too cute! Almost as cute as the picture of Chelsea…lol Congratulations on your new line, Anne!ReplyCancel

  • Carrie P. - Busy Bees at your place. Poor Chelsea. Just go by and pet her every once in a while.ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - Oh Anne, Such fun cutting up yur own designs! I really connect with my fabric during the cutting process. I love your designs!
    The Lime Meltaways is one of the best recipies in that book! Please post pics for us to drool over.ReplyCancel

  • Sweet Cottage Dreams - Poor Chelsea…you could come and visit us and play with Duhgall!

    The fabrics look adorable!!!! And cookies? YUMMO!ReplyCancel

  • Sipiweske Quilts - Little stacks of fabric just make my heart do a little pitter patter – I think it’s that wonderful feeling of “endless possibilities” . . . where to start first! I have that recipe book – let us know which recipe is your favorite. – MarleneReplyCancel

  • Amy Elizabeth - Oh my such lovely fabric! All those little piles make me feel like a kid staring at a big pile of leaves in the fall! I just want to jump right it. Quilters heaven!ReplyCancel

  • Ravenhill - This sounds like quite a party! Cutting up stacks of fabric with friends while watching the huge event sounds lovely! I watched it while my kids made lots of noise…
    The fabrics look so pretty!
    ~EmilyReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - It is always so exciting to see what new and beautiful designs and fabrics that come out of your studio. You did not disappoint us..
    Have a great weekend..LouiseReplyCancel

  • Sinta - What a hard choice! Pet Chelsea… pet the fabric! Maybe a little of both:)ReplyCancel

  • Linda - Talk about all kinds of eye candy! Beautiful fabric, scrumptious cookies, & an adorable puppy!
    Looks like you have and will be busy!ReplyCancel

  • Frou - Oh… those bundles of fabric are to die for! Chelsea looks very cute!ReplyCancel

  • eduininck - Beautiful fabrics! Can’t wait to see the new design.ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - The fabrics are gorgeous… and poor Chelsey, but I can tell by the look in her eyes that she will forgiving you soon- I think right after the package of treats come out ;)

    I can’t wait to hear about your giveaway!!!

    marcia e.ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - That fabric is beautiful, and so neatly stacked! Chelsea looks like she is trying to say needs to have a new little bed from that fabric! Cannot imagine the feeling of cutting your own designs, it must be wonderful.ReplyCancel

  • Carin - So… you have been busy. The bundles look very beautifull !!!
    And .. have you make cookies yet? Nothings better then home made cookies !ReplyCancel

  • dudefromtherock - I had to laugh at your cookie recipe book and all the post it notes!!!

    I can always tell whether its at my place or my Mum’s place if my Mum has been looking through our recipe books. I swear she is the post it note queen!! Between recipe books and quilt books, she post it notes everything she wants to try!!!

    It’s nice to know she is not the only one out there that does that! I laugh at her everything I see a new quilt book/magazine or recipe book/magazine at her place and full of post it notes! If she had to make everything she notes before she dies she will be living to 120!!!

    Quiltingly Yours
    AndreaReplyCancel

  • Comfort Cove Designs - oops I just noticed that my boyfriend was still logged in to his blog status.. that last comment from “dude from the rock” is actually me Andrea from Comfort Cove Designs!!!

    Silly boyfriend!! Now people will think he is a quilter!! :O lol

    Quiltingly Yours
    AndreaReplyCancel

  • The Quilt Buddy - I would love to come an visit your house! I would gladly help you cut up all of that YUMMY fabric! I am sure that I would like at least ONE of those 25 kinds of cookies that you are going to make…..

    BTW-I have completed my basket! I would love for you to check it out!ReplyCancel

  • Dee - Don’t they all look so pretty all cut up and line up – yumm. Dee – jessibir@hickorytech.netReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - Thanks, Anne! I am really enjoying seeing the pictures and the text almost simultaneously!

    SharonReplyCancel

  • Laura - What a lovely lovely BLOG!

    I love those bundles so much.ReplyCancel

  • Tammy - I LOVE your new line of fabric and the redwork pattern. Can’t wait for it to be available. I love to do embroidery. I plan to do your tisket/tasket quilt and am currently working on your baltimore bunnies quilt. I also have the fabrics for the rabbits prefer chocolate which I plan to start when I finish the Baltimore Bunnies. Keep up the great work. You are an inspiration. =:0)ReplyCancel