Spooky House 4

Thursday, 30. October 2014 18:49 | Author:

A spooky house glowing orange on Halloween
Spooky House 4 (12” x 12”)

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Nothing Frightens Her

Wednesday, 29. October 2014 19:50 | Author:

A broom and pointy shoes
She is most definitely a witch for a Halloween
She pretends nothing frightens her on Halloween (6.5” x 10.5”)

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Spooky House 3

Tuesday, 28. October 2014 18:53 | Author:

A creepy pumpkin and a bat filled sky
Spooky House 3 (12” x 12”)

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Wrapped Up in Fun

Monday, 27. October 2014 21:08 | Author:

A boy dressed as a daddy mummy
Wrapped up in fun for Halloween (6.5” x 10.5”)

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Heal a Heart Quilt

Sunday, 26. October 2014 20:48 | Author:

On Friday, October 17th, my husband posed a challenge; create a quilt with a giant anatomically correct heart on it. The quilt would be a gift for our friend’s mom who recently was diagnosed with heart issues.
Never one to pass up a challenge and it would make great gift, I found a medical drawing of a heart and printed it across 16 sheets of paper that I assembled and turned into a pattern on Saturday morning. I scoured my stash for fabrics, but I usually buy 1/2 yard or smaller so I didn’t have anything big another for the bottom part of the heart.

After a trip to a local quilt shop I returned home with a variety of Fossil Fern colors for the heart and a blue subtlety striped fabric for the front and a heart print for the back. The quilt top and back were pieced and then sandwiched with the batting. I quilted it with straight lines following the stripes.
I traced the heart pattern onto Wonder Under, ironed it to the fabrics and cut out the heart pieces. After trimming the quilt, I placed the right side of the pattern up, with parchment paper over it. I removed the release papers and assembled the heart, fusing it together once every piece was in place.
I outline stitched around the heart three or four times and bound the quilt with the blue stripe fabric.
The quilt was completed less than 8 hours after the trip to the quilt shop! It was a fabulous way to spend a Saturday and so worth it to see the photos of our friend’s mom hugging the quilt later in the week.
Heal a Heart (60” x 60”)

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He Could Fly on Halloween

Saturday, 25. October 2014 17:55 | Author:

A boy dressed as superman for Halloween
He could fly on Halloween (6.5” x 10.5”)

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Spooky House 2

Friday, 24. October 2014 18:57 | Author:

A haunted house shadowed against a spooky sky
Spooky House 2 (12” x 12”)

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He Will Suck Your Blood

Thursday, 23. October 2014 17:41 | Author:

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This kid demands candy for trick-or-treating
He will suck your block if you fail to provide candy (6.5” x 10.5”)

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Halloween Haunted House Quilt

Wednesday, 22. October 2014 20:12 | Author:

This is the next quilt for our friends’ year of quilts. They love Halloween so I decided to go a bit crazy and piece together a haunted house with a few spooky figures peering out into the night. Around the house is a sky full of bats. The door is open, welcoming visitors to be frightened.
Around the house are 3 borders and l bound it with creepy eyes. It measures 60” x 60”.
On the back is a patchwork of various Halloween prints.

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Spooky House 1

Tuesday, 21. October 2014 20:07 | Author:

A house glows orange against a green bat filled sky
Spooky House 1 (12” x 12”)

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