Saturday, May 29, 2010

Bunny Hill and Moda

One of my favorite websites and blog are from Anne Sutton at Bunny Hill designs.  Anne recently joined the Moda Fabrics family and has shared all about it on her blog.  She has also designed a new line of fabric and she has wonderful patterns as well.  Currently she has a video on her blog about Moda.  It shows how fabric is made.  You should see their warehouse, it's a quilter's dream!

The Moda website called United Notions is a great website.  It has links to Moda Bake Shop which gives designers an opportunity to showcase free patterns.  Moda also offers free patterns like this quilt above.  Isn't it sweet?

This Verna bag is also a free pattern on the website.  They have all kinds of information from the new quilt books that are coming out to all the goodies you can purchase ready-made for your home.

If you get a chance, check out Bunny Hill Designs and Moda.  I'm all for free patterns and inspiration and both sites won't disappoint.  Have a fun Saturday!

With joy,


  1. Thanks for the reminder about Moda and Bunny Hill. I haven't been to either in a while. (Where does time go). I have almost finished the applique on the Tisket a Tasket quilt from Bunny Hill. I can't wait to put it all together. I love that Verna bag and am going over to Moda to check it out.
    Also wanted you to know how beautiful your garden is.(Maxie too).

  2. I did the redwork Bunny Hill pattern, and it ended up being a really cute quilt. I haven't seen the Verna bag on the Moda website; I will have to remember to check that out more often.

    Hope you have a great holiday weekend.

  3. I just adore Moda's Bakeshop. It has such great ideas and the instructions are fabulous! :o)
    Have a wonderful weekend.
    Sincerely ~ Tricia
    Ps. Your garden is beautiful!

  4. I love the cottage-y look of Anne's designs. Did you know her booth won an award at Quilt Market last week??

  5. Thanks for sharing about Moda, I'm off to visit there now.
    Havea a great weekend.
    Luv Sophie xxx

  6. Beautiful fabrics.

    I've been wanting to start a quilt with my granddaughter.

    I have to check out her blog and that website. Thanks.


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