Anne Sutton started sewing at a very young age. Using her mother’s sewing machine and with her sister by her side, she learned the basics and kept on going. Taking every class available from home economics in high school to apparel design in college, she expanded and fine-tuned her skills. Once quilting became her passion, her love of appliqué became her obsession!
Appliqué quilts tell a story and seeing that story come to life is what keeps Anne passionate about designing. Her appliqué quilts often determine the look and color of the fabrics and collections she designs for Moda.
Anne and her husband live in Northern California. She loves flea market finds and cottage style decorating. The center of Bunny Hill is a 400 sq. ft. loft area in her home with natural lighting, a big work space and room for all the things she loves.
- Snow Happy OrnamentsIf you read my newsletter yesterday, you already know the answer to this question: What can you do with a package of this Merino Wool Felt and a Merry Merry Snow Days charm pack? You can turn them into Snow Happy Ornaments! Snow Happy Ornaments General Instructions Snow Happy Ornament… Read more »
- It’s a sale weekendWe’re celebrating this weekend. Check our sale section to see our specials. All 101 Maple Street fabrics and patterns are 50% off through Monday. https://bunnyhilldesigns.com/sale.html This is the time to buy a few fall patterns or 101 Maple Street fabrics! Once the fabric is gone it won’t come again. The Foxly… Read more »
- Assembling My Redwork GardenWe’re assembling My Redwork Garden quilt this week and getting it ready to send to Maggie my quilter. I’m so excited to see this one come together. I took some random photos this morning that I thought you might enjoy seeing. Here’s block seven, one of my favorites. I used… Read more »
- Staging Those On a Roll QuiltsHave you ever thought about what it takes to get those photos when you look at a quilt book? I think one of the hardest things to do is “stage” the photos. Think about it, for On-A Roll, there were 14 different Moda designers, 14 different quilts and 14 different styles. Each… Read more »