Ooh La La

Pleated satin ruffles by the yard!  Can you imagine?  Yards and yards of it arrived at Bunny Hill this week!  The poor driver in the brown truck may never be the same! The minute I saw the Moda box I was out the door to greet him!    How do I explain to my UPS driver that satin ruffles just make my day, that satin ruffles are elegant, sophisticated, and ooh la la what’s a girl to do?

I’m surrounded by the most beautiful trim you’ve ever seen in chocolate, pink, brown and blue!  Just look at these!  Your local quilt store can order these trims from Moda,  starting in May at International Quilt Market!  They are part of my fabric line, and you’re going to love them.  Just wait until you see what I’m doing with these pleated ruffles!

Here’s a little peak at some of what’s coming! You’ll be able to purchase these ruffles by the yard and use them for so many things. I’ll be sharing ideas with you!  Satin as only Moda can do.  I think you’re going to fall in love!  I’ll have a “ruffle” tutorial coming soon, and I’ll show you how easy it is to sew with!    Satin pleated ruffles in a quilt shop…”it’s a good thing”, right Martha?

Tres Elegant.

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  • Diane - Ooh La La is right — I’m in love!ReplyCancel

  • Ronda - Sweet sophistication!!!!!!!AWHHHHHHHHHH and I know you are hiding that touch of whimsy. Beautiful Anne! I can so see this on the bed of a little princess.ReplyCancel

  • rachel - oh my goodness anne.
    i can’t wait to pet those ruffles.

    i am currently envisioning the most amazing bunny hill pink & chocolate baby quilt EVER.

  • rachel - p.s. that yellow is extremely yummy too.ReplyCancel

  • Mary Ann - Oh my goodness, pillows and throws and adorable little pinafores. I can hardly wait!ReplyCancel

  • PatB - I never knew until today just how much I have needed satin ruffles on my quilts! ;-) Clearly, I will not be sensory deprived much longer of the pleasures of stroking and working with these delightful trims. Shall it be a blueberry and chocolate or strawberry and chocolate quilt?? Mmmmmmmmm … the yummy possibilities!! Looking forward to your tutorial, Anne … :-) PatReplyCancel

  • Stefanie - Oh Anne!

    They are divine and I bet that they are soft as butter!

    I love what you have done with them,

    BTW-I am going to start waiting for your UPS man. He always brings the best packages to you :0)


  • Anna - I am not sure if you were more excited about the satin ruffles or the UPS guy?! The are both wonderful to look at!ReplyCancel

  • Marie - Wait – I haven’t seen the UPS guy. I feel deprived. I do love the satin ruffles though – I may put them on everything.


  • bradie sparrow - Oh yummy! I know some very lucky little babies are going to have the most gorgeous quiltS EVER!ReplyCancel

  • Sherri - Those ruffles are gorgeous! And love the fabric too!ReplyCancel

  • pam - You know we love ruffles, these are so pretty, that yellow makes me filled with anticipation.ReplyCancel

  • auntiepami - Love it! And, you know I love pink! Is it May yet?ReplyCancel

  • Tina - You are soooo talented and creative and your blog is so delightful to read! I would never have thought to use ruffles on a quilt – awesome!!ReplyCancel

  • jaybird - so pretty!!! love it!ReplyCancel

  • Darla - They look yummy! Especially the brown against the pink polka dots. Who doesn’t like ruffles??ReplyCancel

  • Sivje - Oh my! Those satin ruffles are just gorgeous! I think that brown is positively yummy! And the pink? I think I may need some for something. Not sure what but I NEED them! How exciting!ReplyCancel

  • amber johnson - Beautiful! Awesome! Perfect! Yay! Thank you!!!ReplyCancel

  • Louise - Absolutely delicious, Anne. Now to just be patient…ReplyCancel

  • Debbie - Love the ruffles, can’t wait.ReplyCancel

  • Barbara Colvin - As a child I always loved blankets that had satin binding! The smooth, slippery feel against my face; and the shine against the matte of the blanket fabric. And you added ruffles to all that goodness!!! Do I want some? Yes, please and thank you ;o)ReplyCancel

  • Ina - Ohhhh, it’s a VERY good thing, Martha!! ;0 I sure hope Thimble Creek is ordering this gorgeous stuff!ReplyCancel

  • Vivian - Wow. Those are gorgeous. Can’t wait to see what ideas you give us.ReplyCancel

  • Carrie P. - OOOO, I love them too. Great colors. I can’t wait to see what you do with them.ReplyCancel

  • Christine Williams - GORGEOUS!! I’m sold! Can hardly wait to purchase and use them. Hurry up International Market.ReplyCancel

  • Christie - How exciting Anne – Shellie & I need a quilt with satin ruffles!! We can’t wait to see the line!!
    Quilty hugs,

  • Marcia - They’re gorgeous. I can’t wait to see all the things you make with these.

  • Kim - Brown and pink……how delightful……they look mouthwatering delicious!
    Are the ruffles machine washable?

    How divine!

    Happy Sewing and creating :0)ReplyCancel

  • Mary on Lake Pulaski - Ooh la la – does that little sneak peek look like something my brand new three day old first granddaughter could wrap up in!!!! Satin ruffles – brilliant!ReplyCancel

  • Vicky - I’ve never been a ruffle kinda gal, but those look intriguing. Can’t wait to see your projects!ReplyCancel

  • cheryl in kansas - oh dear….my shade of blue….and I do need to do some new pillows for the sofa…..soooo is there that wonderful shade of blue in fabric coming also??????ReplyCancel

  • KatieQ - YAY!!! They look delicious. I see ruffles in my future.ReplyCancel

  • Kathleen - Yes! You sure know what we like. Scrumptious!ReplyCancel

  • Suz Kuhns - Yummy! I love quilts that have prairie points and lace around the edge…never thought of satin ruffles!ReplyCancel

  • Barbara - Ooh La La is right!
    Beautiful ~ well done ~ Yummy!
    We just did a ruffled binding on a quilt and could have used this ~ if it came in lime green!!!

  • jacqueline - WOW these pleated satin ruffles are gorgeous! Oh i want some of these! Have a lovely merry happy day and love to you!ReplyCancel

  • Bumpkin Bears - oh my goodness me, I LOVE those ruffles and then that photo with the quilt – melts my heart! I have never made a quilt but visiting just now makes me want to try! Can’t wait to visit again soon.
    Catherine xReplyCancel

  • sharon stanley at farm and fru fru - whooo hoooo! they look good enough to eat…can’t wait to see more..!ReplyCancel

  • Jean C. - Are these satin’s run free? Cause it would be pretty rough if after all the pretty were made if they ran…. all over the rest of the quilt! Just a mention from a former fabric shop worker… we had lots of people come in with these sort of problems! Asking how do I fix this?ReplyCancel

  • Natalie Francis - Where do I buy these satin ruffles? I am trying to finish a quilt for my sister-in-law before her baby comes next month and I love these!ReplyCancel