Happy 4th of July!

Surprise!  It’s July 4th and I’m in the mood to celebrate! Here’s block seven of  “Snowbound” a day early, just in case you have time to sew today in-between barbecues and fireworks!  Just click on “Free” on the top bar of my blog, scroll down the page and you’ll find the pattern!

My “Snowbound” quilt just came back from Lynne my quilter and it’s ready for the pretty red binding.  All of my embellishments were stitched on ahead of time so I could take photos, so Lynne had to quilt “around” them. This wasn’t easy and she went above and beyond for me.   She deserves extra applause!  Can’t wait to show you the finished quilt!  It’s such a happy one!

If you’re not signed up to receive my newsletter, here’s the latest news!  Bunny Hill is having a 25% off sale on my web site,  today through July 7th!  All you need to do is enter the code july sale in the coupon section on check out.  It’s that easy! We only do this sale twice a year so now’s the time to take advantage of it!

Let me know if you try TasteBook that I talked about in the newsletter !   It’s so much fun!  Maybe we can figure out how to share recipes with each other!  Be sure and try that Peach Cobbler recipe.  It’s so good and it’s the season for fresh peaches!  Perfect for the 4th!

I’ll be back with pictures from my trip to England and the Cotswalds.  It’s such a beautiful area!  I fell in love!

Have a wonderful 4th everyone!

Hugs,

Anne

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  • Stefanie - Have fun celebrating the RED,the White, and the Blue!

    XOXO always,
    Stefanie

    BTW-I have so missed you :0)ReplyCancel

  • Christine - Oh I’m so excited its out a day early!!! Yippie! Happy 4th! :) ChristineReplyCancel

  • simone - How exciting you visited Cotswald!!! That must be so special. It is still on my list to do. Look forward to the pictures!ReplyCancel

  • Bari Jo Moore - Thank you so much, Anne! What a fun treat today! You are such a blessing! :O) Have a great 4th! xoxo BariReplyCancel

  • mimi'sdarlins - Anne, the new block is darling, as usual! I’m going to be making two blocks at once here, got so busy in June, haven’t done that one yet! But lots of sewing time today, since we have storms in the forecast all day and won’t be going to the big picnic. I can’t believe you’re tempting me with 25% off, I’m trying so hard to be ‘good’….
    Looking fwd to those new photos!! Thanks for the darling pattern :-)ReplyCancel

  • Anne Marieke - Thank you Anne, for giving us block 7 early! It is so cute.

    Happy 4th of July to all.ReplyCancel

  • Martine - Thank you Anne for the block 7.
    I am happy to arrive at the 5th day of the month.
    Martine – FranceReplyCancel

  • Linda - Your pics are wonderful of Paris and Cotswald. I too took a little vacation; to Las Vegas and guess what I bought? A jelly roll of your Lilly & Will in green. It’s so funny because I saw it in the store and that was it!! I just HAD to have it. I usually show great restraint when shopping but this was something special! I took it home and the green matches my front room walls perfectly. How about that? So now I’m making a 9 patch quilt. Thanks Anne for creating something so wonderfully delightful and cheery. I love the fabric, designs,color and the little bunnies hidden in the designs.ReplyCancel

  • Jane Anderson - Which peach cobbler recipe are you referring To?ReplyCancel

  • Teajuana - Anne, I so enjoyed the article in QH’s A Quilter’s Home section of the current issue. I immeditely identified the basket quilt and thought “Hmm, I know that quilter.” Your home is beautiful and every room looks so inviting and sunny. You have my idea studio; my home has small rooms so having a large space will not happen anytime soon.

    Congratulations on being included in the issue and thank you so much for sharing your home with us.ReplyCancel

  • Kim D. - Hi Anne, I so love the Snowbound BOM you are so generously sharing with us. Thank you so much. I collect snowmen and this quilt will be the perfect touch this winter. I have been putting my Tisket a Tasket blocks together as time permits and I’m having so much fun with them. Thanks again for sharing your adorable designs. Looking forward to reading the article in the QH.ReplyCancel

  • Janet Holland - Snowbound is absolutely darling and how very generous of you to share the blocks with us for “free”! Thanks a bunches!ReplyCancel

  • Elizabeth E. - Thanks for sharing Snowbound July block with us–I love this series! And glad you enjoyed England and Paris–two really great places with sooo many photogenic spots. Love them!ReplyCancel

  • alfiesaden - hello – is it just me !! can any one explain why when i type in the bing browser “bunnyhillblog.com” i get a different site yet whe i type it in google its ok? could this be a bug in my system or is any one else having same probs ?
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