Bundles & Kits Only

The studio still looks like a quilt shop and Brigette and I have spent hours cutting fabric.    I love fabric, especially my own, but over the past few weeks I’ve come to realize that if I’m helping cut fabric I’m not designing!  If I keep selling fabric I’ll have to move Bunny Hill to a warehouse and Brigette is protesting strongly.  She doesn’t like the thought of working in a warehouse!  We love working in the studio together! Here I am cutting fabric and still smiling (photo courtesy of Quilter’s Home Magazine and Gregory Case Photography).

See those pre-cuts on the right?  They take up little space, they don’t have to be cut and they make me smile!  So here’s the decision I’ve come to:  If the fabric comes in a package we’ll still sell it and we’ll also continue to make kits on occasion for some of our quilt patterns, but we’ll no longer carry fabric by the yard.  It takes too much space/time and a warehouse sounds just awful!  I’d rather be designing!

We have some Lily & Will fabrics left and I’ve put them on sale at 50% off!  These are limited of course to our stock on hand,  but this is your chance to buy beautiful backings and fabric!  You’ll also find some Bella and flannel on sale.  If  it comes on a bolt it has to go!

We can always help you find the Bunny Hill Moda fabric you are looking for.  There’s so many wonderful quilt shops that carry it.  To think that Lily & Will II is getting ready to ship to shops in March!  And come Spring Market I’ll have, opps, you’ll have to wait to see my next line!   My strike offs are on their way back to Moda and it’s time to work on new designs!

Still smiling!

Anne

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  • Pauline - OMG Anne….please don’t do this to me….I have no will power to resist a bargain especially when it is a fabric bargain….no will power at all….you’ll see.
    Looking forward to your next line….I know it will be nothing less than ‘absolutely gorgeous’. HugsReplyCancel

  • Nancy C. in Utah - Anne…I am just like Pauline, NO will power and 50% is sounding really good right now. I’m so glad to that you decided against the warehouse because it would feel too much like work and not enough like creating, don’t you think? Now, about Spring Market…will you be here in Salt Lake City??? I don’t do crowds but oh my goodness what a treat it would be to be able to at least say hi to you in person!!! Hugs…ReplyCancel

  • Ina - Oh my goodness! I hope I’m not TOO late for the sale! Some of the fabric was already gone. ;0 That’s what I get for sleeping in on a Monday, eh?ReplyCancel

  • Ina - Is it too late to add applique needles to my order #19987??ReplyCancel

  • mimi'sdarlins - Anne, I’m glad you’re not moving to a warehouse….that sounds a bit too commercial for your brand of work! I hope you can always stay in your studio :-)ReplyCancel

  • Anna - I seem to be having a hard time posting a comment?ReplyCancel

  • Catherine Essary - I love little Henrietta. I am working on Tiny Town. It’s sooo cute.ReplyCancel