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.

  • it’s sewcialities day at bunny hill!
    Are you doing the Sewcialities quilt along with The Fat Quarter Shop? There are some great blocks in this sew-along, and even if you don’t participate in the sew-along, I recommend printing them out and saving them in a binder.  You may want some of these in the future, and… Read more »
  • A bittersweet year
    2020 was a bittersweet year.  So many things have changed for all of us this past year.   Did you ever think you’d be spending a holiday on a zoom call?  I could never have imagined this, and yet now it seems almost normal.  As I look around my studio, I… Read more »
  • Catching Up
    Yesterday was another Moda deadline, and it feels good to cross it off my list.  We’ve been working on new designs for my next fabric line (the one coming after Crystal Lane).  Today I’m feeling a bit giddy because designs are finished, and we’ll be testing each one as we… Read more »
  • Snow Birds, Freezy and Winter Wishes
    When I began working on my Crystal Lane quilt, I researched “Winter” critters on Google.  I was looking for the ones that brave the cold, snow, and don’t mind a few icicles.  The ones that survive those freezing temps.  I found some pretty cute winter critters, but I fell in… Read more »
  • Blue Spruce & Wintertime
    Blue Spruce…don’t you think the name is perfect?  Sue and I brainstorm quilt names all the time, and this one was taking us a while.  But the moment Sue said Blue Spruce, I knew that was it!  Some things are meant to be. Blue Spruce is a wall-size quilt measuring… Read more »
  • a million little crystals
    The snow is sparkling like a million little crystals.  You’ll find these words on the selvage of Crystal Lane, my next fabric line for Moda.  It’s one I’ve fallen in love with because next to pink, my favorite color is French Blue!  In shades of Crystal Blue, Winter White, and… Read more »
  • Pumpkin Hill
    October is the month for squirrels and pumpkins, and Bunny Hill is filled with them. From Squirrelly Girl to my newest Martingale book, Pumpkin Hill, the squirrel overload is real! Pumpkin Hill, my first book with Martingale Publishing, is available at quilt shops and book stores now.  With running squirrels,… Read more »
  • Moda Stitch Pink
    When Moda does a stitch along, it’s something you don’t want to miss!  When they do one for breast cancer awareness month, it’s guaranteed to be extra special.  Starting October 1 (today), you’ll get one block per day for 30 days.  On October 31st. You’ll get the directions for finishing… Read more »
  • Sewcialities Sew-Along
    The Fat Quarter Shop is getting ready for a free block of the week sew-along called Sewcialities!  They’ve asked 18 designers (me included) to each contribute two blocks that can be made in three different sizes, 3″, 6″, or 9″.  You’ll get one block a week for 38 weeks. The… Read more »
  • Squirrelly Girl
    We’re waiting and waiting for Squirrelly Girl to arrive!  And like everything else these days, it’s taking longer for things to ship.  I’ve been told it will be around September 9th, so I’m keeping my fingers crossed.  Squirrelly Girl is coming all the way from Japan, so she has a… Read more »

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