Monday, August 25, 2008

Thank You to Anne Sutton of Bunny Hill Designs

Hello to all of you new bloggers of Henry Glass Fabrics!! Special Thank You to Anne Sutton of Bunny Hill Designs who has set up her very own scavenger hunt on her blog http://bunnyhill.blogspot.com/ which lead you to us!

(Patterns from Anne's new line)
We thought you would all like to know about Anne Sutton's newest line...
Angel Houses is in production as we speak (or type).
The full line will be in stores January 2009

To find a local store in your area go to http://www.henryglassfabrics.com/ and then Retailers and put in your state to find out where you can buy the fabric!
We also have a NEW FREE PROJECT that is already on our website which uses Anne's Angel Houses Line.
To get the new free project- go to our website and click on NEW FREE PROJECTS and download the PDF directly onto your own computer and print.
We hope to see you back here soon where we will update you with new information on all of our wonderful Henry Glass Designers!


62 comments:

Fonville Farm said...

I have just recently found Bunny Hill Designs, through her blog, and I love it! I can't wait until my order comes in! This is in response to her scavenger hunt, How much Fun!
Robin

Penny said...

I'm glad that Anne Sutton sent me over here to see your blog. How fun to see your fabrics and designers. Penny

Mommy to Girls said...

Im looking forward to checking up on this blog more often! Thanks to Anne for sending me here :)

Sally said...

I have been reading Anne Sutton's blog for quite awhile. I love everything that she does. I'm glad that she sent me to read your blog. I will be adding it to my favorites.

Carol said...

I didn't even know you guys had a blog, I love to read fun blogs. I really like this new fabric of Anne's, very cute.

Carol L.

A.L. said...

I'm a huge fan of Bunny Hill Designs. Of course that means I love Henry Glass fabrics as well.

Thank you for your new blog.
I'm looking forward to visiting often.

Anna
olivemediagroup@yahoo.com

Lara said...

I have been reading Anne's blog for a while and found your blog through hers. Thanks for the fun read!

tj said...

I love Anne's patterns and see them on her website. Have order a couple and am in the process of making them for Fall and Christmas. It wasn't until very recent that I discovered her blog. I enjoy it and look forward to the new fabric and patterns this fall at Houston.
tj

Vivian Fox said...

I was disappointed to see there are no retailers near me in Arkansas. But, with modern technology, your fabric line is only a click (and a few days) away.

Rachel said...

I didn't even know this blog existed. Very nice!

Lynn S said...

I just added you to my favorites!
I love Anne Sutton patterns and have just recently learned of the fabric line. Currently finishing up Baltimore Bunnies!

C. C. said...

I enjoy the fabrics put out be Henry Glass Fabrics. I am grateful to Anne Sutton for making us aware of your blog.

C. C.

Karen said...

I have enjoyed Henry Glass fabrics since I discovered In The Pink last year. Thanks for all the great designers you support!
Karen

Robin said...

This is a fun way to learn about new fabrics, designers and trends. Thanks for the scavanger hunt.

Thimbleanna said...

Well How Fun! Anne sent me but I didn't expect to see her new line -- what a fun surprise!

suz said...

Since I discovered Bunny Hill Designs and Anne Sutton I've noticed Henry Glass Fabrics more and more-I love your designers and your fabric has a beautiful hand. How did I not notice ya'll had a blog! You are now in my favorites. Thanks for doing this! SuzK

greetingarts said...

Such fantastic fabrics, the colors are wonderful, and right up my alley!

kwilterkay said...

Many thanks to Anne Sutton and her Scavenger Hunt for making me aware of the Henry Glass Blogspot. After my first visit I have added it to my 'favorites' as I enjoyed it so much. Thanks again, mkay

Kim said...

Henry glass has "sew" many great designers with a diversity looks and pallettes. I always look forward to see what Anne will create with her next line of fabric and this newest one is no exception.....love it! Keep up the great work!!

Inga said...

Love the fabric and I can't wait to see what Anne does with it.

Delphine said...

I think blogs by fabric manufacturers is a great idea! As a soon to be quilt shop owner I'll be keeping on eye on this blog site. Delphine

Delphine said...

Henry Glass has great fabrics and I appreciate your blog. As the soon to be owner of a quilt shop, I'll be keeping an eye on this blog. Delphine

Sylvia said...

I am very impressed with your blog and thanks to Anne Sutton I have book marked it as one of my favourites. Thanks for all the time you put into keeping us up to date with your fabrics and patterns. Sylvia

Vickie said...

Anne's blog is fantastic as are her fabric and patterns. Looking around the Henry Glass site I saw many designs I love. Keep up the good work.
Vickie

beth said...

how fun scavenger hunt. I have added this blog to my list -- looking forward to visiting often!:)

Linda said...

Love your fabrics--just wish there was a retailer in Jersey

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Kim said...

This is a great new blog... I've read many but this is my first reply! I love Anne Sutton's fabrics...

Heather Peterson leads a retreat I attend for 10 days each year. She's a fabulous instructor! I love the fact that she is in partnership with Henry Glass.

Becky S. said...

I learned about your blog after reading Anne Sutton's blog. I look forward to visiting often.
You have beautiful fabrics and I enjoy the free quilt patterns!

Babette said...

Love your new website. I can't wait to see who you have as designers. This was such a great idea to include you in Bunny Hill Designs scavenger hunt

Robin C said...

love the Angel fabric and the other two aren't bad either...

Robin in Virginia USA

Char said...

Hello, I have found your blog thru another blog..make sense? Anyways, what a lovely fabric line you have....just beautiful......
Char

gag7949 said...

Sew happy to see that my two favorite quilt shops - Lavender Lime in Chattanooga and Stone Light Studio in Soddy Daisy, TN, both carry Henry Glass Fabrics! I will be sure to find them at my next visit!

Amy said...

I had great fun checking out all the new fabrics - many of them I will look for at my local quilt shop.

Amy said...

I love the cute green angel fabric by Bunny Hill!! Her designs are my favorite. Amy

MM said...

Great fabrics!

Cathy M said...

I am new to blogging and am developing my own list of favorite blogs. I'll add yours to the list at Anne says you are "her fabric company" and I love Bunny Hill Designs.
Cathy

Quilty Ellen said...

So happy to know about this blog. Thanks to Anne of Bunnt Hill for the inspiration.

Barbara said...

I think Anne's scavenger hunt is so cool! And her fabric designs are super!

Kathy said...

Great scavenger hunt, great website, great designers. I will check back often.

Calamity Jane's Cottage, Bonnie said...

I'm so glad that Anne had this treasure hunt. To find new blogs to visit is what it is all about.
Bonnie

~D Spack~ said...

I love that you feature some of the lesser known artists! I'm addicted to fabric and all it holds for us quilters! I'll search for local shops here in Idaho that hold your products. Thanks.

Cara said...

Thanks to Anne from Bunny Hill Designs (love her patterns and fabric!) for sending me here- I was unaware you had a blog! Too cool and a great place to see what new fabrics are coming and of course to get to know your designers better!

possum49 said...

I love the 'little girl' angel fabric and can't wait for granddaughters to use them!!!
Kerri

possum49 said...

Just love these little girl angel prints and can't wait to have granddaughters to use them!!!
Kerri

TinaJewel said...

I loved the one to the right-roses and ribbons! BEautiful!

Denise said...

I love your fabrics! I must thnaks Bunny Hill Designs for your blog link!
Denise

Mondstein said...

i am so glad Anne sent me over to your lovely blog......Great Pattern and fabric. I love it

Amanda said...

I've just been directed to your blog from Anne's blog, via Lynette Anderson. I haven't had time to read much yet, but will certainly do so soon.

Satu said...

First I found Henry glass fabrics with the In the pink line. And now I have became familiar many other lines, for example I have used a lot Buggy Barns' Creamery neutrals -fabrics. And now I look forward your new lines. And I hope I'm lucky in this scavenger hunt.

Lynn said...

OH, Anne's new fabric range is just soooo sugary sweet and yummy! I hadn't heard of Bunny HIll designs before but I read Lynette Anderson's blog and there was a link to Bunny Hill and her scavenger hunt and here I am - all the way from Down Under! I shall visit again.

Doodlebug Gail said...

I'm thankful Anne mentioned this blog .... "Angel Houses", what a gorgeous name, I'll be looking out for it.

Jo said...

Love the fabric. Bunny Hill Designs has really outdone herself.

eamylove said...

Now that I know about your blog, I'll be back! It isn't the first one I've learned about through Bunny Hill. I love your fabrics!

Sonia said...

OH loving that Angela Fabric...of to do that scavenger hunt now!!!

Lilly said...

Drat!!!! I just found bunny hill and now this blog. I don't have time to read the whole thing. I have to go on a scavenger hunt and hope I have enough time to enter.

Material Girl said...

I agree with everyone else! What a great idea to showcase your fabric and the designers! Thanks and I love the fabrics and Anne's designs especially. Debbie

Annette said...

I had not visited your blog before but I will for sure now keep checking back in..it is great.

Edie in Harlingen, TX said...

Thank you for your blog -- just learned of it through Anne Sutton, one of my favorite designers. I'll check back with you often!

Sandi A. said...

Those fabrics are absolutely "angelic". Love your fabrics!

Knit with me! said...

I heard about this site from "AIM"
http://bumpydoink.blogspot.com/
I am looking forward to coming back often!
Judy

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