Fillers

What are  fillers?  They’re photos you use when you don’t have time to blog!  Photos that make you think I’m still here when in actuality I’m  in the background working like a maniac to get ready for market.  Yep, that’s me the market maniac, along with many other designers I’m sure.

You may get more of these fillers this week. Can’t promise they’ll all be pink.  Maybe I’ll try another color.  Oh who am I kidding I don’t have any other colors!

I have  a new fabric line due for spring, quilts to get ready for this market, and patterns to write.   It’s always like this just before market.   But when you see what I call “fillers” you’ll know I’m still here.


I’ll do the giveaway soon for all you good guessers out there.  It’s a small little group so your odds are great.  If I remember right it’s around 140.  One in about 140 chance of winning!

I’ll be back soon I promise.

Anne

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  • Nancy C. in Utah - Anne, I love ALL of the filler pictures. I am in love with the Owl pin cushion…oh my gosh…so adorable! My mom used to collect owls, ceramic, hand made, any she could find. Oh how she would have loved that pin cushion!!! We lost her to breast cancer when I was 26 and I got a few of her small knic-knac owls and still have them displayed. And the polka dot boxes, fabric and floss! Well, who am I kidding? I love everything. I can’t even imagine how busy you are trying to get ready for market. I’m sure you don’t have enough extra time to stop and read these kinds of rambling posts…lol, sorry about that. Hugs!!!ReplyCancel

  • Melody - Your fillers are delightful. Everything you do is delightful. I particularly love the little lamb. Good luck getting all your work done.ReplyCancel

  • betsy - I love your selection of fillers. The yarns look so beautiful.ReplyCancel

  • Ina - I love your ‘fillers’!! I love the glitter inside salt and pepper shakers…i love the tiny pink buttons in tall olive oil gifty jar…i love it all! color me pink today. ;0ReplyCancel

  • SewLindaAnn - Love all the pink, especially the dotted boxes, the great owl and the butter dish. Ummm, was that a piece of chocolate still wrapped in the bunny hands? If it is, then that’s my very favorite!ReplyCancel

  • Vicky - There’s that pink pig!!! Chomping at the bit here to see the new BOM and fabric!ReplyCancel

  • Mila - How cute and pinks are the photos you share with all of us!!! lovely!!! and I just only can tell you that I adore your new colection, I have to sell in my new shop and I adore these fabrics!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Jean - Nothing wrong with filler especially since they are pink!ReplyCancel

  • mimi'sdarlins - Anne, feel free to post your fillers any time….such wonderful eye candy! Now I know where that term comes from, some of this stuff actually looks good enough to eat! I was going to start itemizing my favorites here, but is there a limit to number of words I can post? I love it all! Your little owl is too, too precious! Oh, and that pig!!! And where did you get those little S&Ps w/ PINK caps? I have some tiny ones like that, but the caps are silver. Those really are good odds for the giveaway…GOOD LUCK to everyone, even me :-)ReplyCancel

  • BJ - With “fillers” like you posted today, who can complain! Love them all. Certainly understand you needing to focus on getting ready for Market!ReplyCancel

  • kathy in NC - I love all your organizer boxes & things..it is all so prettyReplyCancel

  • Mary Ann - The owl is so flipping cute! As well as all the pink!ReplyCancel

  • Gari - It’s funny that pink is one of my least favorite colors but I LOVE your designs. But your designs look just great in orange, too. ;-)ReplyCancel

  • Jill Majers - I love all the pink! It just makes you feel happy!ReplyCancel

  • Mary on Lake Pulaski - All of them were great to look at Anne, but especially the pink Big Ben and your lovely selvage bunnies on Lily and Will.ReplyCancel

  • Laila - Love your pretty fillers and special the little owl and the fabrics. ;-)ReplyCancel

  • auntiepami - Is this little piggy going to Market? Love it! And, what a great bead storage idea! I have some old crystal S&P’s that would look great dressed up on my new white ribbon shelf.ReplyCancel

  • Debbie - Love the filler pics. The pink and chocolate fabric is yummy.ReplyCancel

  • Carrie P. - Oh, glorious pink. I love pink. I have to tell you I stole your idea for the salt shakers to store beads. I have a few in my sewing room and they look so pretty. I remember seeing it in a photo from a quilt magazine. thanks for the idea.ReplyCancel

  • ranette - You can post filler pictures any old time…you made my day with all of the pretty pink!ReplyCancel

  • Pauline - To the market maniac……..You are so creative. Love that pink floss, the pink and chocolate fabric, the mini shakers on the pink tray and especially that cute owl. Love everything.

    Hugs from MichiganReplyCancel

  • Melinda - I love all things pink so always enjoy seeing your pink items.
    Gets me thinking about looking for more pink items to display.ReplyCancel

  • patsy s - I love the fillers. They give us inspiration and motivationReplyCancel

  • corinne demonstoy - The owl is adorable. I,also can not wait for my local store to get Lily and Wil. Love the salt and pepper shakers.ReplyCancel

  • dee - Can’t wait to see what you come up with next!ReplyCancel

  • Louise - What a nice selection you have chosen for us today.Love the small salt and pepper shakers. I have loved your lovely polka dot boxes since I first saw them..what fun.. the little clock…oh my..ReplyCancel

  • Louise - Forgot to mention I just saw Lily and Will on Thursday..gotta have some..Your blog is always so very interesting to read..ReplyCancel

  • Lois Fiskness - The “fillers” are wonderful as I also love pink! I especially liked the salt shakers with the “pink” inside. Clever.ReplyCancel

  • Anne Heidi - Oh I love all your pink goodness… Have fun getting ready for Market, wish I could make it again this year… but hopefully next year! Last year at Market I got your “Le Jardin” BOM for the shop, and we are now 11 ladies who meet monthly to sew our blocks. It is such a lovely quilt, and I really love working on the blocks! (I’m on block 6 now…)
    Have a great time at Market!!ReplyCancel

  • susan anthony - I love the pink yarns. the color pink is soft, calm and vibrant all at the same time.ReplyCancel

  • Sabine - I love your Lily & Will fabric. It goed well here: http://www.modabakeshop.com/2010/09/snuggly-squares-baby-quilt.html
    It’s perfect for the brown & pink quilt I want to make.
    Hugs, Sabine (nice fillers!)ReplyCancel

  • Rebecca Plourde - Anne,
    I love PINK! All your fillers are wonderful to look at. I love the little tube with pink buttons, so sweet.
    Have fun at market, can’t wait to see your new fabrics & pattens.
    RebeccaReplyCancel

  • Sandra - Fillers are great and is there somewhere I can get that Owl he is so cute. I can only imagine how busy you are because we are moving to another city at end of month to be with my grandson so it has been a busy summer. Good luck and lots of fun at market. SandraReplyCancel

  • Sue C - Hi Anne I hope all the behind the scene work is going well. I love the fillers as I find I have a fair bit of free time and I check your blog everyday hoping to see something to brighten my day. My favorite filler would be the bitty owl as I collect owls. I also have some vintage ribbon found in a thrift shop similar to your bunny ribbon but mine has little owls along it. And I might have to find some shakers for storing beads coz they look great.ReplyCancel

  • Bonnie N - I think your fillers are wonderful.Pink never looked so good!!ReplyCancel

  • Kim - Oh wow is that pink pearl cotton?
    My granddaughter Lily and I are just tickled with the name of the new fabric line :0)

    Happy sewingReplyCancel

  • Teah - I love all of the inspiration from your blog. I also am a pink person. Please have Chelsea pick me. Thank you!ReplyCancel

  • Pat Sloan - I NOW LOVE lambs.. pink lambs.. pink lambs with glitter.. just had to tell you… thank you for a new obsession… just saying…ReplyCancel