I’ve been shopping over at Dreamy Whites and I have to show you what I bought!  I may have to have to start making cookies for the UPS man.  He’s been hauling the strangest size boxes up to the door.  I LOVE Maria’s blog “Dreamy Whites” and I love her decorating style but most of all I just can’t resist her shop.

Here’s my purchase this week…this old grape container…

The first thing I thought of when I saw it was fabric storage!  After it arrived (UPS man struggled getting it to the door) DH scrubbed it clean and carried it up to the studio for me.  The old Bistro chair that I bought from Maria several weeks ago sits next to it.  DH wants to re-paint the chair so much but he’s been warned not to get near it.  He doesn’t understand the old, worn, vintage look and chances are you’ll see this old chair on the cover of a few patterns in the future.

Now for Some Moda Fun

For a bit of MODA fun, click here and hop over to read about the “Go Fly A Kite” contest!  You could win PRIZES.  Yes, PRIZES.  Wait!  Don’t go yet until you see this next picture I have to share!  Karen Schiltz won third place with her version of “A Tisket, A Tasket” and you have to see it!  Ready?

A Prize Winning Quilt

Enlarge the picture so you can look at the quilting.  It’s just beautiful!  Congratulations Karen!

OK, now you can hop on over to the Moda website.  Or, if you already did I’ll never believe it because I’m sure the word “prize” wouldn’t lure you away go directly to their Facebook page and “like” them!

Hope you’re having a great week!






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  • Karen Shackleford - That is one gorgeous quilt! Wonderful job, Karen Schiltz!!ReplyCancel

  • Mary on Lake Pulaski - Amazing A Tisket, A Tasket!ReplyCancel

  • Linda - Absolutely gorgeous quilt! Congratulations to Karen!ReplyCancel

  • mimi'sdarlins - I love that Dreamy Whites blog! I just keep sighing the whole time I’m browsing :)
    Congrats to Karen, I saw her quilt when she posted in the flickr group and couldn’t believe my eyes…well deserved win!ReplyCancel

  • Loris Mills - Congratulations to Karen! What a beautiful setting for the blocks and yes, the quilting is stunning! This quilt is a beautiful treasure!ReplyCancel

  • Andrea - I love Dreamy Whites too! I love the idea of using the grape container for fabric storage. I have my eye on an old wooden trough that would be perfect in the family room, filled with quilts…may just have to head out and buy it!ReplyCancel

    • Anne - Andrea I knew you would love Dreamy Whites too! She has such a wonderful sense of style and her photography is beautiful!ReplyCancel

  • Barb - Karen’s quilt is GORGEOUS! What a talented lady! Congratulations to Karen on a well-deserved win!

    (Anne, it must make you so proud to see your designs come to life in so many different ways. This one is particularyly special, isn’t it?)ReplyCancel

    • Anne - Barb I can’t explain the feeling when I see someone take one of my designs and bring it to such greatness! I just keep looking and looking at Karen’s quilting, piecing and applique…it’s perfect!ReplyCancel

  • Vikki - I just recently found bunny hill and have spent lots of great hours over the last few days plowing threw your blog it is so warm and inviting and due to your recommendation I recently bought the blogging bliss book. Hopefully I’ll be able to share my family of pets and life like yourself with such a great friendly warmth. Thank you for such great inspiration and that quilt was a worthy winner it’s stunning , I recently picked up quilting and am trying my first project ever I think I may have gone wrong with a seam or two but hey ho got to learn some how, many thanks from a new follower

    • Anne - Thanks Vikki! I’m excited to have you as a blog reader. The blogging bliss book is great to read when starting out. I hope you’ll be up and running very soon. If you’re new to quilting there are some great quilting blogs on my links page.

      I agree with all of you that Karen’s quilt is stunning. I just found out that it’s her very FIRST applique quilt! Can you believe it?ReplyCancel

  • Pat - Wow, what a fantastic quilt and quilting. I recently finished these blocks and it ready for the printer but never thought about putting something in the center. I am jealous. Maybe the next one I will do that. Anyway it is beautiful and I loved every block as I was making them.ReplyCancel

  • Pat - I must have printer on my mind instead of quilter. Better start proof reading my stuff.ReplyCancel

  • Maria - Hi Anne,
    Thank you so much for posting about the items you purchased from me!
    Thank you Anne, you made my day! I am so happy that you are pleased with your purchases!
    I love how you stored your beautiful bolts of fabric in the crate.
    I can’t imagine how large that package ended up being after it was boxed up by the girls at Goin Postal!
    : )
    Your blog design is beautiful, and I really love your header.
    Thank you again and I hope you have a wonderful week!
    Take Care,
    p.s. Karen’s quilt is beautiful, I wish I knew how to sew.ReplyCancel

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