Bunny Hill


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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.

  • stocking treats block twelve
    I can’t believe it, but here we are at the final block of our Sugar Plum Stocking Treats quilt! Today you’ll get block twelve along with the border applique and finishing instructions.  It’s time to finish this quilt and put it all together!  Merry Christmas everyone, Santa put Christmas trees in... Read more »
  • Stocking treats block eleven
    Block eleven was designed by our third place winner from the Bunny Hill/ Moda design contest, Lori Weigel!  This cute little snowman, reaching for a Christmas ornament, won her third place.  And of course, her win gave all of us a chance to make this adorable block! Block Eleven Here’s... Read more »
  • stocking treats block ten
    It wouldn’t be Christmas without a poinsettia or two.  These beautiful flowers fill the season with color, beauty and always remind me of Christmas.  I had to include one in our stocking quilt! Block ten is a simple block, but sometimes it’s good to have simple!  You should be able to... Read more »
  • cottontail cottage part 3
    Cottontail Cottage, Part Three There are so many fun fabrics in Cottontail Cottage, and these tiny checks are just a few of them. They come in six colors and are printed on the bias, making those quilt bindings simple to cut. You’ll get that bias look without the excess yardage.... Read more »
  • stocking treats block nine
    Birds and berries go together and for block nine we’ve included both…a combination of our Christmas bird and Christmas berries! Block Nine  Here’s block nine in our Sugar Plum Christmas fabric! Look how close we are getting to the end of this quilt!  After today, we only have 3 more... Read more »
  • Stocking Treats block eight
    Block number eight is from Julie Zaloudek, the second place winner in our Bunny Hill/Moda design contest! Block Eight Julie’s design is the reason you have that tiny ric rac in your embellishment kit! When I saw how she had used it in her design I knew we had to... Read more »
  • Cottontail Cottage part two
    New fabric, patterns, and kits are coming soon!  I’m in fat quarter heaven here in my studio, surrounded by bunnies, bird nests, cottage houses, garden flowers, checks, and dots!  And to think these fabrics all come together to make up this new spring quilt called Cottontail Cottage! Moda is making... Read more »
  • stocking treats block seven
    Santa’s bringing us a Christmas angel with block seven!  She’s so sweet and not hard to make. I’ll give you a few tips this week that will help. Block Seven Here she is in my Sugar Plum Christmas Fabric:   And here’s our quilt with the addition of our little angel.... Read more »
  • Cottontail Cottage
    Cottontail Cottage Cottontail Cottage…don’t you love the name?  It’s what I’m calling my next fabric line for Moda.  The Moda reps will begin showing Cottontail Cottage to quilt shops this week, so I’m starting off the week with some sneak peeks for you. Cottontail Cottage Quilt Cottontail Cottage is also the... Read more »
  • stocking treats block six
    Block six brings “Sadie Goose.” She’s my favorite block and one that signals we’re halfway through the stocking quilt!  Don’t you love her?  There’s something about a pink Christmas goose, wearing a Christmas scarf that always gets to me. Block Six Now’s the time to use those cute little flower... Read more »

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