Have you seen this ad?

Have you seen this ad in the latest issue of McCall’s Magazine?  It’s from Shabby Fabrics and it’s for my “Rabbits Prefer Chocolate” block of the month!

Jennifer at Shabby Fabrics used “Astor Manor” from Moda fabrics and remade this quilt.  Her version looks so much like my original I just can’t believe it!

Many of you already made this quilt, but for those who missed it you have a second chance!

Here’s my original “Rabbits Prefer Chocolate”!

And here’s Jennifer’s!

I think it’s amazing that the fabrics match so well.  I don’t think I’ve ever seen this done before.  “Rabbits Prefer Chocolate”, revisited.

I leave for Germany tomorrow.  Maybe I’ll find some more vintage chocolate molds!

Have a great week everyone!

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  • Sunny - Wow – that’s amazing! Someday soon I’m going to learn to applique. Have a wonderful journey!ReplyCancel

  • Mary Ann - Have fun at the wedding! My daughter was married twice, once in India and once in the states (oh, to the same guy…lol) and the family in India was so warm and welcoming and just thrilled she wanted to share their wedding with all of his family and that we went too…I know you’ll be the guests of honor…well except for the bride and groom of course!ReplyCancel

  • paulette doyle - Wow…that’s incredible…you really have to look to see the subtle differences!! Have fun in Germany!!
    PauletteReplyCancel

  • Pat - Have asafe trip and take lots of pictuesReplyCancel

  • annie - This has always been my FAVORITE quilt and I am always so proud to display it. Have a great time in Germany!!! XXXReplyCancel

  • mimi'sdarlins - Well, some things just never go out of style! This is one of those patterns I keep looking at, it seems to be calling…
    I thought you were already in Germany, have a safe and fun trip, we’ll be waiting to hear all about it :-)ReplyCancel

  • BJ - Have a fun trip. Now to find some of those great molds AND some great chocolate too.
    I really like Shabby Fabrics, I’ve ordered from them several times and have been very pleased with their service.ReplyCancel

  • Piecefully, Pam - Safe travels, Anne! : )

    You’re right, the quilt is beautiful and I DID see that advertisement in my quilting magazine. ; )ReplyCancel

  • Bobbie Lynn Duran - That is a beautiful quilt.ReplyCancel

  • Judi - Have a wonderful trip! Will be looking forward to the pictures.ReplyCancel

  • Jean - Safe travels!ReplyCancel

  • tammy - I’m working on this quilt as you speak. I am about half way finished- working slowly- started a few weeks ago. I purchased my kit from Shabby Fabrics. I think there are more differences then it seems- at least in my kit. I purchased my kit a couple of years ago from them. I do love the kit however and I am actually mixing some of my fabrics from my “baltimore bunnies” quilt that I have left over. I love this quilt and can’t wait to get it finished :)ReplyCancel

  • Mary on Lake Pulaski - This version of Bunny’s is adorable too! Have a fabulous trip. My package arrived – thank you so much.ReplyCancel

  • Kim - I did see it and I immediately thought” hey that looks like a Bunny Hill pattern”!!
    It is darling and you are so clever.
    Have a wonderful time at the wedding……I hope its a very special day for all your family.
    Safe travels and
    Happy sewingReplyCancel

  • Erika Sews-it-all - Wonderful quilt, and so amazing how closely the two versions match without being exact copies!

    Have you visited http://www.WeAllSew.com yet to see what other folks are quilting up? It’s a great place to find other quilters and sewers on the web!ReplyCancel

  • Julia - The quilt is beautiful! In BOTH renditions! I really wish I knew how to do applique (said in the most sorrowful tone ever…)
    I think it’s so exciting that you are going to Germany! My brother went there while on a mission for our church for 2 years and he loved it there! I would love to go, with him as my tour guide.
    Anyway, have fun and be safe!!ReplyCancel

  • Viv - I have had the pattern for some time, but just couldn’t seem to get started. I ordered from Shabby Fabrics after seeing your post and have everything in hand and ready to go. Every thing was packaged and labeled so clearly and all the fabrics are lovely. My first experience with Shabby Fabrics and it was delightful.ReplyCancel