Quilt Market was fun!

 Henrietta climbs up the Eiffel Tower in the Bunny Hill Booth!

It’s a good thing she did or she might have been sold as a sample.  Poor squirrel.

The Eiffel tower that Henrietta’s climbing came from Restoration Hardware Baby and I used it as a prop in our booth.  It’s a card or photo holder so I put it in the crib and collected business cards.  One lucky shop owner is going to win a Bunny Hill gift.

My new fabric Ooh La La, was made into crib bedding…

…and the vintage crib with it’s chipped paint made an appearance again..

Of course we had quilts in our booth…

…for little girls…

…and little boys…

…and big girls too!

This coming weekend Karla from Sweetwater will be teaching at Holly Hill Quilt Shop in West Linn, Oregon along with me, Debbie from Wooden Spool Designs, and Terri of Sweet Treasures.   Can you imagine the fun we’re going to have?  Wish you could all join us!  The theme is Christmas and the fun starts Saturday!

Since I’ll be in Portland this weekend I won’t get to make a centerpiece like Blackbird had in their booth.  Dang, I wanted it for my Thanksgiving table!


Here’s a closeup in case you want to make one without me…twinkle lights, white pumpkins, and branches in a beautiful wire basket.  Just to have these white pumpkins would be such a treat.  Oh and if you see an extra wire basket like this one let me know.

And talk about pumpkins, Sandy Klop of American Jane wrapped hers in jelly roll strips!  How cute is that?

I’ve promised my granddaughters some special sewing and cooking time after I return and I’m really looking forward to it.  Chelsea, Bitsy and Mooch are a little mad that I’m going away again this soon after market.  I’ve been giving extra attention to them all week trying to make up for it.  Something tells me it will never be enough!

I’ll be back soon.  Have a great weekend!



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  • Nancy C. in Utah - Anne, have a wonderful time in Portland and be sure you bring your furry babies extra treats home…that always makes mine smile (so to speak, LOL). Great pictures, thanks so much for sharing your time at Market with us. Hugs…ReplyCancel

  • Mary on Lake Pulaski - More great fabric designs Anne! Good to see the crib put to use displaying your great quilts and bedding again. Have a great weekend.ReplyCancel

  • Sandra - Ann I don’t think our pets ever have enough of our time. My cat Zeusie gets so jealous every time my Grandson comes over and that is three days a week. He has little ways he likes to pay me back with for what he things is lack of attention.
    Sounds like a fun session in Portland. I bet your grandchildren are looking forward to time with you sewing.
    Have a good week. Blessings SandraReplyCancel

  • ina - I LOVE Sandy’s pumpkin! Your new quilts are beautiful. ;0ReplyCancel

  • Brigitte - It must have been an extra load of exciting energies being among all the others of the Moda family and the Quilt Market. I admit being way of jaleous not having taken part in this stream of creativity. But now I’m looking forward to Spring … You made again such lovely and heartwarming designs, Henrietta will have gotten a large fan base by now (I sometimes come here and see your readers eagerly waiting for a next Henrietta block). BTW I share your love for the white pumpkins: ignoring that vegetables tend to go bad over the time ;-) they look timeless. Hugs from Germany, BrigitteReplyCancel

  • Bobbie Lynn Duran - Thank you for sharing those amazing quilts. Wow!ReplyCancel

  • gloria g. Walls - Hi all. Love, love, love pictures from market…….please keep it up. Love everything you do as always. But I just love that butterfly quilt hanging in Blackbird Designs. I searched the web and can’t seem to find it. Maybe a little help from you……. I really have a butterfly quilt on my bucket list!

    Hope all is well there, and yes, our babies miss us so when we are gone, and I think they never get enough attention. It’s always on my mind.

    happy in quilting, gloria g. in South CarolinaReplyCancel

  • jacqueline - Dearest sweet Anne, the market looked like such fun! Your booth looked really beautiful! Loving all the gorgeous fabrics and quilts. Have a lovely merry happy day and love to you!ReplyCancel

  • Corinne - Love the photos, thank you. The childrens quilts are cute, love the lady bug and the train. Again thanks for sharing. The photos inspire me to keep quilting.ReplyCancel

  • mimi'sdarlins - Anne, your photos are great! Have fun in Portland and hurry home to those granddaughters awaiting your return….you must miss them terribly when you’re away. Looking fwd to your next post!ReplyCancel