Project week

It’s project week at Bunny Hill.  The tables are a bit cluttered, and there’s fabric everywhere, but that’s a good thing. It means I’m working!   I never have enough room.  If there’s a spare inch of table space I fill it with something.  Things look orderly in my photos, but if you could see what I cropped out you’d laugh!

Here’s the fabrics for a new quilt I’m working on.  It’s the new line from the French General & Moda Fabrics called “Rural Jardin”.   I’ll add some basics and a few other fabrics and maybe, just maybe, I’ll have a new quilt!

On the work table now

And how about this little stack of wool and other goodies?  Gotta love this wool!  I’ve even mixed in a fat quarter or two of “Martinique” !

New Bitty

These are the makings for the next Bitty Pincushion!  This is a fun one I’ll be sharing for next market!  I’m so proud of myself for working ahead.  Normally the pincushions get left until last! But not this little one!

Remember to keep those squirrel names coming! Mrs. Beasley, Nuti, Nutty, Poppy, Sassie, Bitty Grace, Beatrice, Jewel, Scamper, Amber, Chloe…

Hugs,

Anne

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  • Pam Gavin - Ooohh yummy fabrics and in the hands of a creative designer/artist! Can't wait to see what's next. Thanks so much for your fun projects.ReplyCancel

  • Nina - Those fabrics are delicious! I am dying to see Rural Jardin in person. I can't wait to see what you do with them!ReplyCancel

  • Goosegirl - Oh your little stacks and piles of fabric look lovely. And like you, ever square inch of my tables is filled with fabrics. Tis the season to sew like there is no tomorrow!ReplyCancel

  • Pat / Silver Thimble Quilt Co. - Keep slicing and dicing those fabbies and making those market projects. We all know how fast market comes up!

    PatReplyCancel

  • Kathryn - There is just something about seeing neatly stacked beautiful fabric that makes me swoon! I can't wait to see the new pincushion!ReplyCancel

  • Jackie - You are so funny, that is exactly what I would do, crop out the mess. So I really do love the neatness in the photos. Just glorious beautiful fabric. Looking forward to seeing your creations.ReplyCancel

  • Tricia - That pincusion fabric looks like a snowman… :-)ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - Some really neat names so far,
    how about Eunice?

    Deb
    lighthousevabeach@yahoo.comReplyCancel

  • Brynwood Needleworks - Hi Anne:
    Loving the look of the new fabrics, and your new pincushion-in-progress! Can't wait to see it. Like you, my studio is always in creative chaos. Just like a purse, no matter what the size, I always seem to fill it up! ;-)
    xoxo
    DonnaReplyCancel

  • Diane - Oh, these fabrics are so beautiful! These are my perfect color palette :-) Can't wait to see what you turn these into!ReplyCancel

  • SewLindAnn - I would love to have stacks and piles of those fabrics all over!! Lucky You. Cannot wait for Rural Jardin, I'm waiting for a few pieces of Rour. to come in the mail. Can't wait to see your next project. Names: Abigail, Dots, Dilly, Ursula, Sandy, Tails, chipper, star, evie, fern, hopper, NUTMEG.ReplyCancel

  • Jane Anderson - I just got my french general fabric and now the new! Great stuff. my latest and second entry into the squirrel contest is Fluffer-nutter, if it hasn.t already been entered. Thanks, JaneReplyCancel

  • Jane Anderson - my second entry today for a squirrel name is nutty nancy.ReplyCancel

  • Lesliebee - How about names that would go with Chelsea?
    Brompton, Battlesea, Buckingham, Hyde (for Hyde Park), Clerkenwell, Swinton.ReplyCancel

  • Vicky - I'm drooling all over the computer screen. You've got some luscious fabrics there. Will be watching what you do with Rural Jardin!ReplyCancel

  • Vicky - Oops, I forgot. My Penny said your squirrel should be named Penny, too!ReplyCancel

  • Robin - I love the new line. I'm looking forward to seeing what fabulous creation you come up with. The name I submit for your squirrel is "Chewy.ReplyCancel

  • Molly - How about Juliet for the squirrel? Rural Jardin looks beautiful! :)ReplyCancel

  • Diana Clark - Matilda the happiest squirrel you ever did see, spent her days waltzing around bunny hill tree!
    Sorting through fabric,designing patterns and such. And she said Anne was just as sweet as could be. Oh but poor Chelsea struggling with her weight for the whole world to see,her advise to the dog eat more nuts.This little squirrel is living the good life you see and she said to tell you she hopes you send the gift basket to me!ReplyCancel

  • Agnes - I am excited to see what you come up with using the Rural Jardin. I can only imagine it will be absolutely beautiful. I love all the applique quilts you have done so far, and I am doing several of them right now.

    And that little squirrel ….my second offering is "Gracie". My sister's dog is named Gracie and she is so sweet but crazy like a little squirrel.ReplyCancel

  • Jen in NY - I know you will make something even more beautiful than those fabrics are by themselves!(does that make sense?) Can't wait to see what you make, and yaay! A cute new pincushion!ReplyCancel

  • Twyla and Lindsey - That wool looks so yummy! It is all so pretty. Can't wait to see what you make with it. Name for a squirrel? How about Skittles? TwylaReplyCancel

  • QUILTING IS BLISSFUL, DI - I got it–Miss Bliss–for our Squirrel friend—Love all the fabrics and wools–yummy!!!!
    No–maybe Miss Wiggles–as they are always wiggling those tails of theirs—Have a great day–hugs, DiReplyCancel

  • jaybird - anne + more french general = lots more yummy patterns!!ReplyCancel

  • bernie - Hi Anne,

    How about 'Mitsy' that will rhyme nicely with your 'Bitsy'? Hee….

    Bernie ShellReplyCancel

  • Tammy in Ontario, Canada - Did you have Chestnut yet?ReplyCancel

  • Cara - Le Jardin looks as yummy as Rouenneries.
    I can't wait to see the new designs.
    I still like Nutty for the squirrel, though Hazel or Hazenut sounds cute too.ReplyCancel

  • tami - Those fabrics are so yummy. I especially love the wools. Can't wait to see the final products.
    I think your squirrel should be Miss Nutkin.ReplyCancel

  • Barbara - Pretty fabrics!
    I suggest Squirrelina or Squirreline for the name.ReplyCancel

  • Peddlecar Quilts - Hmmmm, what yummy colors and fabrics you are working with! I can hardly wait to see the results!
    I have another name for your cute Squirrel. How about Cupcake or Pinky?ReplyCancel

  • Bumpkin Bears - I LOVE those fabrics, so happy I found you through Rachael Rabbit's Blog.
    HUGS, Catherine xReplyCancel

  • Jeanne - My name choice for your squirrel would be " Cotillion"

    I chose this name because it is a fancy french dance party. Squirrels do all kinds of dances and your designs are so beautiful all pretty in pink and sweet colors and designs they make me think of a darling girls party.  ReplyCancel

  • Laura - Bennie, because it rhymes with Bunny and could be a boy or a girl.

    I tried to put this suggestion on the original post, but it appears that the "comment basket" might be full!ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - the wools are lovely, for the squirrel how about Acorn,Twitchel,
    Shirl,Cheeky,Lady Chatterly
    It will be interestimg what one gets picked.ReplyCancel

  • Deb P - oops! I put in the Anonymous in above so I'll do this again…..
    The wools are lovely,
    for the squirrel how about Acorn,Twitchel,
    Shirl,Cheeky,Lady Chatterly
    It will be interestimg what one gets picked.ReplyCancel

  • Linda - I love your choice of fabrics for the pincushion. Can't wait to see the real thing all finished. Oh, second entry for the name, Jillie.ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - If little miss squril is going to hang out in your workroom and you'll be talking to her, maybe her/his name should be something easy like Penny or Rusty.
    Linda P in ILReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - ok, I really can spell squirrel, LOL
    Linda P in ILReplyCancel

  • AngelDoll - How about "SQuizzle" for the squirrel's name?

    LOVE your site!ReplyCancel

  • Tadah Queen - I think I would name the squirrel Pearl, because she's a pearl of a squirrel! And that's the name of my sewing machine!

    KayReplyCancel

  • Jackie - I'm still rumbling squirrel names around in my head…..Skylar?ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - how about sunflower or miss daisy. great group of fabrics, can't wait to see what u do with them!!! sandy squirrel? nurse payneReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - how about miss sassafrass or sassy for short nurse payneReplyCancel

  • linny - Love those fabrics. What about Nuttsie as a squirrel name.ReplyCancel

  • Sharrieboberry - Mrs. Fluffer Nutter, Betty, Buttercup, Blossom, and Petunia.ReplyCancel

  • Jeanne - Yummy fabrics and projects to do.

    I think your squirrel needs to be named "Lil Nibbler" since she's always looking for specials around the quilt blocks.
    Jeanne
    2lakesea@gmail.comReplyCancel

  • Angel Baker - I really love giving and receiving gift baskets whenever there are special occasions. I order them directly from our local supplier-;:ReplyCancel