Thursday, October 27, 2011

Ghastlie Blog Hop Day # 5


On Friday October 28th - please visit these Ghastlie Sisters

Miss Trudi Ghastlie

Ms Deonn Ghastlie

Mrs Marlene Ghastlie

Mrs Kim Ghastlie

Mrs Tammy Ghastlie



DAY 5 Giveaway... And yes you guessed ... 2 more WINNERS for
Ghastlie Fabric... 4 Yards EACH of this GHASTLIE Collection from our sponsor
Alexander Henry Fabrics...

Just leave a comment with the day's Ghastlie Sisters and they will each submit a name into the caldron.




I was just like any ghoul in an ice cream shop - just 'delighted' with all the response to yesterday's post and look at all the new followers. Thank you everyone, you made me feel so special. There was a lot of requests for a tutorial on the diary cover and the tissue box cover. So in November, I will be presenting those for you lovely people as a thank you to your overwhelming response.


I did manage to get some sewing done inbetween answering all those
e-mails - yes I answered each and everyone! These are paper pieced ornament blocks (member of Carol Doak's Yahoo group) and I did get a dozen of each tree and ornament block. They need pressing and trimming before quilting and stuffing. I have 3 other designs I want to do also ------ AND why you ask Christmas projects during a Halloween Blog Hop?



Because we have been getting snow since early Wednesday afternoon and still snowing!! It has put me in a mood to get some gifties done, but I hope it stops soon.

CLOSING THOUGHT

Halloween candy sales average about 2 billion dollars annually in the United States. Halloween is the 2nd most commercially successful holiday, with Christmas being the first.



Sewingly Yours,
Sharon

5 comments:

  1. No I thank you Sharon for your wonderful blog post. I look forward to my visits with you! :)

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  2. great post Ms Sharon Ghastlie,hahahaha

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  3. I wondered if you were getting snow up there. I haven't checked the weather for your area in a while. It's gotten a little nippy here as well!

    I love those paper pieced squares for Christmas. I sort of skip Halloween and go right into Christmas sometimes.

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  4. That poor little pumpkin looks pretty cold!!! Hope it warms up a bit soon for you.

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  5. I can't believe you got snow. Burrrrrr! Love your ornaments!
    xx

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