Nighty Night in the Bunny Hill Booth

A sea of white and gray that goes forever.  Sounds beautiful doesn’t it?  Dream away because arrival at the convention center is never a pretty sight. The sea of white…polyester curtains.  The sea of gray…steel poles.  Then someone throws in some purple carpet.

Sometimes I arrive with a plan for the booth but not this time.  We had extra help from Pauline and Pam who I met through blogging! They worked so hard to help us figure out what to do.  They held quilts as I stood back and gave the thumbs up or down.  They went up and down that ladder too many times to count and we were thankful to have their help.

Finally we pulled it all together!   I couldn’t have done it without my best friend Anne Bryson.  She’s moving to a beautiful new home tomorrow and yet she still came to market with me.  She’s my friend, my anchor and she sews for me too!  Thank you my sweet friend!  I can’t wait to visit you in your new home!  She took this photo of me in the booth.

I have a new granddaughter due to arrive any day now.  When she comes to visit me she’ll be sleeping in this crib.  I bought it for her, and then borrowed it for market.  Can you imagine my beautiful new granddaughter in this crib?  I can hardly wait!  Enlarge the photos so you can see the fabric!  It’s Puttin’ on the Ritz in blue and gray…

On the other side of the booth is the beautiful headboard my sweet husband spray painted to match the crib…

…and the fabric on the bed is the 54″ decorator weight cotton/linen that comes with Puttin’ on the Ritz!

I shipped the headboard and borrowed a twin bed frame from Moda.  We inflated the air mattress and when we put it down on the frame it poked a large hole in the corner of the mattress. We used the ever faithful duct tape to plug the hole, but every time we’d inflate the bed it would blow the duct tape off.   We spent all of market inflating the bed!  We’d arrive every morning to a flat bed…

It was beautiful when it was inflated…

But then every morning it looked like this…

By the end of market it was even lopsided! Needless to say we left the inflatable bed behind after market!  No sleeping in the Bunny Hill booth!  We had a great time even with a sinking bed!

More pictures to come…




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  • AnnieO - Very pretty booth! I’m sure you were flooded with visitors wanting your new line. Congrats on the soon to be arriving granddaughter–she’ll beautify the crib even more.

    Too funny about your inflatable bed. Glad you couldn’t hear the constant whoosh of air flowing out of it all night!ReplyCancel

  • Brenda - Oh I absolutely love this line… especially the gray. I’m making a quilt for a niece who is getting married and she has chosen gray and white. When I saw the jelly rolls posted on your blog a while back I knew I had found the right fabric! When is this fabric going to be available and can you post pictures of all the different prints. I can’t wait to see it all. Thanks!ReplyCancel

  • Andrea - It all looks so beautiful! I adore that bedframe, and I surely hope the quilt store in the town I’m moving to in 3 wks carries your fabric! I bought a bunch of Lily & Will at my local store yesterday, just in case!ReplyCancel

  • Sherri - Your booth was so beautiful! Two of my fabric purchases at Sample Spree were the grey and blue bundles of Puttin’ on the Ritz…just love it!

    It was so wonderful to meet you as well…you really were the first quilt world “rock star” I spied after entering the convention center Wednesday afternoon!ReplyCancel

  • Pam - Anne, the newish colors look wonderful! So elegant and timeless! Congratulations on your new to be grandchild!ReplyCancel

  • Ina - How funny(now that it’s over). I love your booth and that crib is to die for! ;0

    October??!! We HAVE TO WAIT UNTIL OCTOBER??!! Sorry, I didn’t mean to yell. Okay, I did mean to yell!! ;0ReplyCancel

  • mimi'sdarlins - Anne, I love these new fabrics, they are precious, and the soft pewter crib frame is just perfect! Lucky little granddaughter to come…you all must be getting impatient :-)ReplyCancel

  • Pat - The booth looks fabulous. I love the crib you bought for your grand-daughter. The sinking bed is a riot. LOLReplyCancel

  • Sandra - What an adorable bed I will look forward to seeing pictures of your grandaughter. Love the fabric and looks great on the beds, the booth was really cute.ReplyCancel

  • Penny - Anne
    Oh my goodness ~ how elegant but sweet enough for a baby, especially a new precious baby girl. I love your new fabric line! Thank you so much for sharing pictures of your booth at Spring Market the decor, new fabric line & your creativity inspire me!ReplyCancel

  • jamie - I’m dying to see a close up of the grey quilt the ladies are graciously modeling! The crib is beautiful. One very lucky little girl. Can you post a close up of the quilts (especially the grey one)? :)ReplyCancel

  • Stephanie - You always find the most gorgeous and perfect props to enhance your lovely work.ReplyCancel

  • Silvia - It looks so nice!! :)ReplyCancel