Bunny Hill Meets Holly Hill!

What a weekend I had at Holly Hill Quilt Shoppe in West Linn, Oregon.  I’d move to Portland if I could, just to live near this shop!  When I walked in and saw the Bunny Hill section I couldn’t believe it.  What an incredible display!

And then I walked over to the French General section…

…and what to my wondering eyes should appear but a miniature sleigh and tiny reindeer…

It’s my Night Before Christmas Quilt and tons of fabric!

Upstairs is the most beautiful classroom ever!

The classroom is large with lots of windows.

I could be Snowbound here forever!

…and then the classroom filled up with wonderful people and we had so much fun!

 Each teacher had a project and everyone rotated from table to table to make all the projects!

In-between projects there was shopping!

Holly Hill is a quilter’s paradise,  a “must see” if you’re in the Portland area.  Thank you Holly Hill for a wonderful weekend!

Hugs,

Anne

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  • Dianne - That store is definitely on my “bucket list” of places to visit! They never cease to amaze me with all of their finished samples and what nots! It looks as if you and your students had a fabulous time…in a fabulous venue!ReplyCancel

  • Anita K - Anne,

    I would love to have been there, Holly Hill is gorgeous. Thanks for sharing.

    Have a great day :)ReplyCancel

  • Janet - Wow, it was all about Bunny Hill! Must’ve made you feel great!ReplyCancel

  • Nancy C. in Utah - Wow, great photos Anne…and the last one should be captioned “Having a wonderful time, wish you were here”. I wish I was there :o) Hugs…ReplyCancel

  • Nancy C. in Utah - OOPS, not the last photo, I meant the one that show the folks working on their projects. Hugs…ReplyCancel

  • Barb - Oh, I think I could live in that corner of that store -just too, too cute! It must be beyond thrilling to see all of your amazing designs displayed so beautifully. Those were some very lucky ladies that were able to attend that event! I’m happy to know you had so much fun,too!ReplyCancel

  • Sandra - What a beautiful store wish it was close to me. What a fun place to have a class. Do they have an on-line store. Darn that post office it is getting so expense to send something from US to Canada.. It is really a crime. I bought a mat from accuquilt for $19,99 and it cost $27. to mail it to me in Canada.
    Happy you had fun all your quilts looked beautiful. Blessings SandraReplyCancel

  • Pam - Oh my goodness! I need to go there.ReplyCancel

  • Heather - I love Hollyhill and try to get out there as much as possible. I am glad you enjoyed it! It’s so awesome in that store :)ReplyCancel

  • Andrea - That looks like a wonderful shop! I’d love to visit one day!ReplyCancel

  • ina - beautiful! ;0ReplyCancel

  • Dora, the quilter - Wow! What a beautiful shop! I could easily *live* there for a very, very long time!ReplyCancel

  • Rachel - Gorgeous shop! Does your heart still skip a beat when you see your fabric and patterns (and finished quilts from those fabrics and patterns!) on display?ReplyCancel

  • Jean - Holy Moly! I wonder if there is an Amtrak station near the shop? Better make that a U-Haul rental. I’d need a very BIG truck to bring home all the goodies!!!ReplyCancel

  • Pauline - OH MY GOODNESS!!!!!!!!! what an honor to have your creativity displayed so beautifully. Would luved to have been there, to capture the moment and see your smile. I’ve always known your designs are the best, truely amazing talent….and Holly Hill just displayed the best….congrats Anne!!ReplyCancel

  • Carrie P. - NOw that is my kind of shop. Someone sure does have an eye for decorating. It is beautiful.ReplyCancel

  • JudyCinNC - Road Trip!!! That would certainly be a destination trip on my list – wow, wish we had something close to that in the Raleigh area – I would live close by. Thank you so much for sharing the wonderful pictures. Judy CReplyCancel

  • Hildy - You know, it’s a really ggod thing that I live here in germany far far away from that beautiful shop because I’d leave all my money there;-)
    HildyReplyCancel

  • pam - What a beautiful quilt shop! All you projects look amazing!ReplyCancel

  • Mary - The shop is local to me – how lucky am I! I don’t think I’ve ever been in a shop of any kind with better displays. Jan and Brian are just ‘it’ when it comes to this.ReplyCancel

  • Agatha Barbara - …looking at these fotos – I am dreaming…!!!!!ReplyCancel

  • AnnieO - What a thrill must have run up from your toes to your nose when you saw the beautiful displays! It all looks so wonderfully enchanting and enticing. What a terrific shop and classroom. Congrats!ReplyCancel

  • mimi'sdarlins - Oh my! Are you sure this shop isn’t called ‘Bunny Hill’? Your quilt and product displays couldn’t have been more perfect if you had arranged them yourself! What an amazing shop and classroom. I’m trying so hard to find a reason to go to Portland, I’m sure I must know someone there! Thanks for sharing all the beautiful pictures!ReplyCancel

  • Brian - Hello Anne! Glad you made it home and maybe you’re like…rested? Anyway….thank you for such a great post of our event! Loves your photos! My mom and and I enjoyed your visit and maybe you’ll come hoppin’ down the bunny trail again;-)ReplyCancel

  • Andrea - I just found out that I won the Scottie pattern from Kristyne’s giveaway! Yah! I just had to tell you =) The funny thing is, that a Scottie is the next breed that we’re going to get, AND Kristyne and I live very close to each other (30 min or so). I’ll be sure to show you when I have it all sewn up =))ReplyCancel

  • Tatkis - Oh my! It’s a fantastic place, full of treasures!!
    Thank you for sharing!

    Hugs,
    TatyanaReplyCancel

  • Sandra Montgomery - Hi Anne
    Oh I wish I could go there, it is so pretty. Your photos are gorgeous. Things like this always give you a lift, don’t you think.
    Thanks for sharing.
    SandraReplyCancel

  • Jessica - What a GREAT shop! I just love the classroom with those black chairs… CUTE!ReplyCancel