Bunny Hill Scrap Bags

It’s scrap bags and thread this month at Bunny Hill.  Sue and I spent a wonderful sunny day out on my driveway, bagging up 3 huge boxes of scraps from Moda;  one box of Sugar Plum Christmas and 2 boxes of Lily & Will Revisited (cotton and flannel).  All of these bags are currently residing on my dining room table waiting for us to add them to our website!

 We also made up grab bags from our left-over Spooky Delights fat quarters.

If you’ve purchased a scrap bag from us before you know how much fun they are!  These are the end cuts of the sales reps sample cards.  You’ll get a piece of every fabric in the collection, but sizes can vary from a 1″ strip to a strip as wide as 9″.  In order to share the fun with as many of you as possible, we’ve limited the number of bags you can purchase to 2 bags per collection.

Since we’re also featuring thread and floss this month I thought I’d share with you how I keep my Cosmo floss organized.  I found this little cabinet that my husband chalk painted for me.  It’s just perfect for storing floss.  In the first 4 drawers I’ve arranged my floss by number, and the bottom 2 drawers I use for my metallic and special floss.  I still need to make some pretty labels for each drawer, but I love how this system works.  When I purchased this little cabinet at Farmhouse Wares, it was more rustic looking.  The white chalk paint gives it more of a shabby look.  I just checked and I don’t see it on their website, but if you contact them they might be able to get more of these little cabinets.

We’ve put all the thread and floss on our website on sale.  Valdani Pearl Cotton, Cosmo Embroidery Floss and Aurifil thread are all 25% off during the month of March.  We’ve packaged our Cosmo Floss Collection into 4 bags, just like the floss in my drawer, making it easier to find a color.  You may also want to try the Cosmo Metallic Shabon-Dama Collection.  Because this collection is so hard to get, we’ve only got a few in stock now. We’ll be getting more in just a few weeks, and remember this thread sale goes for the entire month.  March is a good month to try some different threads!

You’ll find the thread and floss sale active now, and later tonight we’ll make the scrap bag category active.  You’re getting advance notice my sweet blog readers, before I announce it in my newsletter tomorrow.

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  • DeAnna Dodson - Oooh, luscious. I love scrap bags because you never quite know what you’ll get.

    Love the floss chest! I have a cherry-finish jewelry box I had fitted with dividers for floss bobbins. It’s a treasure! :DReplyCancel

  • Mary Salmon - Oh Anne! You are too good to us, your loyal blog followers.
    Everything looks luscious. I’m getting more “into” wool
    and I still love appliqué!
    Take care!
    Love,
    MaryReplyCancel

  • JanetF - Love that little thread chest! I was lucky enough to win one of your amazing Cosmo thread packs last year – that little chest became a must have for me!

    … sitting here waiting for the scrap bags to go live …

    Thanks, Anne! Amazing as always.ReplyCancel

  • Judi - Desperate for the Lily and Will. Hope I get a pink set! Baby granddaughter due this week!ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer Wallace - On the Farmhouse Wares site where did you find that sweet cabinet. ThanksReplyCancel

  • Margaret Mead - I love the surprise scrap bags! The floss colors are yummy and that chest is too cute!ReplyCancel

  • Kay - How wonderful. Sadly these are too expensive to get shipped to England (the customs charges make it ridiculous), but some people are going to be such happy sewists. xReplyCancel

  • Hildy - I love the little drawer you use for your floss what a great idea! Your scrap bundles are so yummy like calorie-free treats:-)ReplyCancel

  • Joyce Doyle - I love scraps. Can I buy a bag. I have finished The Night Before Christmas and now working on I love angels while I wait for The Christmas Mouse. ThanksReplyCancel

  • Lisa LaMie - Dear Sweet Anne,
    I LOVE all the materials that you design. You have a very sweet soul, and it shows in all your creations. I now have two great-grand babies due in late spring, a boy and a girl. I’m looking forward to this next stage in my life and making them great blankets and clothes and getting lots of snuggle time. Thanks for all your hard work! LisaReplyCancel

  • Susan Smith - Just ordered my bags! So excited for these! Thank you for offering them!ReplyCancel

  • tonia conner - Thank you so much for the heads up on this.ReplyCancel

  • mimi'sdarlins - These scrap bags look more like confections…cute as can be! I bet it’s as much fun for you to put them together as it is for customers to open their bag of goodies when they arrive :)ReplyCancel

  • Karen D Martin - I love your little thread chest–so pretty with the chalk paint!ReplyCancel

  • Kathy in nc - Delicious 💞👏 you are so Devine😇🌠
    I adore the fabulous chest😀 truly wonderfulReplyCancel

  • Linda Butler - Thank you, thank you, thank you! Sugar Plum is my absolute favorite Christmas prints of all times. I got my Grab Bags today….love them and I’m so excited!ReplyCancel