Monday, October 21, 2013

Something Wicked This Way Comes



I would like to thank the Mad Madam Samm and Wicked Wendy for being the inspiration and cheerleaders for this hop. Please be sure to visit these other bloggers whom I share this Wicked Day with:



 I don't do a lot of decorating for Halloween or have a lot of Halloween fabrics, but do enjoy having a little fun with it.



I've had this FQ in my stash for some time - not even sure how I acquired it.  The Witches are so fun, but rather a large size and not a lot of room to really play with them without chopping someone.  So I chopped!!



I used my TUTORIAL FOUND HERE  to make a wicked tissue cover.  I had to have one with a black cat - I have a black cat don't you?


And I had to include those wickedly fun shoes.  No, I don't have any like those, but I think maybe at some point I had leggings similar to those - now that is scarey.




I had to save one of these wicked witches to make a new mini for my stand.  A simple large scrappy 4-patch background and some extras cut and fused.  Quilt a spider web and add some crows and sunflowers for borders, and my favorite black with tiny orange dots for binding.


We need some monsters in the mix of wickedness.  I used this TUTORIAL from United Notions. Just some bright and fun colors/fabrics for a bit of play.



I think I'll tuck them up amoungst the flower beds to take care of any Tricksters!



What if we play with that pattern and replace the zipper with some toothy 
looking fabric?



We can have a wicked
cover for that empty
coffee can to use for holding those goodies 
when all those treaters come to the door.  
















And you know it wouldn't be wicked with out some Ghastlies from Alexander Henry.  I have some left from previous years, and got to love that new Christmas one.  Some Little Black Dress (Basic Grey) - just perfect with those Ghastly Ladies, some of Tula Pink's NightShade left.  And stir it together with some mauve/pink stripe by Elm Creek Quilts.



Now you knew I had to make a quilt - you just knew.  Some left over mottled black (Wilmington Prints) for a border and that 'Nettie's Dot' (Timeless Treasures) was perfect for the back.



I just could not cut up this Christmas print.  The characters are large (17.5" for one of the figure images), but it all just blends into one another so you have to leave it be.



But that eclectic mix of fabrics - chopped, diced, shuffled - just FUN!!



Just a wickedly fun quilt to have out from October right thru the Christmas season.

Thank you for stopping by - glad you were a treater and not a trickster.  My treat to you is a give away:


It's too close to Halloween for spooky fabric and if you are like me, tired of Christmas fabrics (oh my) so I chose a jelly roll of Midnight Blues by Windham Fabrics.  Hey, the Midnight, night blues, that moon, it fits the mood.  I will ship international, just leave a comment (be sure I have a way of contacting you).  Comments open until midnight (EST)- the witching hour - Oct 31st and winner announced Nov 1st.


Sewingly Yours,
Sharon

173 comments:

  1. Oh Sharon! Your work always delights me :) Love your kleenix box cover and your creative use of the witches for that ... genius! Your adorable little monsters are sure to bring a smile to all who see them!! Thank you so very much for sharing and hopping with us along this wicked trail!!

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  2. Love all your projects but the witch mini is so cute! Also love the quilt and how you decided to feature the print. Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Cute ... cute ... cute. The witches fabric is sew fun. I love the way you cut for the tissue box cover and the mini quilt is adorable. Thanks for sharing ... :) Pat

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  4. So many projects! The tissue box cover is a favorite, and your quilt is very fun!

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  5. Wicked projects! Love the tissue cover and the witchy mini quilt. Thank you for sharing.

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  6. Love all of your projects! The tissue cover is so cute! Great idea for the "treat" can. Happy Halloween

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  7. That is a great print on your quilt. I wouldn't be able to cut it either. Love your tissue box cover. I need to make myself one of those. That fat quarter of witches was perfect. Thanks for sharing your creativity.

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  8. Love your tissue box, and yes I do have a black cat named Cinder. What great ideas, thanks for the giveaway, love blue.

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  9. Love the tissue box cover! And the fabric is so adorable! I have seen the new ghastlies Christmas fabric and it is so awesome! I should have picked some up when I saw it, I know it can sell out fast!

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  10. Sharon looks like you are having way to much fun. The witch fabric is so wonderful and I do love your mini and the spiderweb made it perfect. GREAT post....thanks for sharing your fun.

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  11. I'm glad I found this Hop! I love Halloween, and all that goes with it. All your goodies are adorable. I envy your ability to put it all together. Keeping my fingers crossed....8-)

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  12. oh my you have really topped the class with these beauties Sharon,love them all especially your xmas Halloween quilt,well done my friend.xx

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  13. Oh I love all of your creations they are such fun - I too have used left over ghastlies that I couldn't bear to cut up anymore! Thanks for sharing.

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  14. what a lovely creations. The fabrics are so beautiful. thanks for sharing

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  15. I love all your wicked projects ^^ especially the wicked witch tissue box. Well done!!

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  16. So many wicked and awesome projects that you have done. Love them all!! Thanks for sharing

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  17. Wow! I love that witch fabric & what you've done with it - the tissue box is fab :) & I adore the mini too - thank's for sharing

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  18. So many cute projects, thank you for sharing them all. I love the tissue box cover, and the fabric is amazing. Thanks for a great giveaway too.
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  19. Sharon, you have such great projects. Sew very creative of you to make all those items. The quilt is fabulous!

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  20. Your projects are all boo-tiful!! I esp. like the tissue cover.

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  21. Loved seeing your projects, especially how you used your FQ witch fabric as a tissue cover.

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  22. I have never seen a fabric tissue cover. Such a wonderful idea!

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  23. All of your projects are cute. You are very inventive! Thanks for sharing,

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  24. Your tissue box cover is funny; great idea for using the fabric. Love your ghastly quilt, too. I don't do Halloween any more, but the fabric designs are a riot.

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  25. Loving the tissue box cover and those sweet monsters! You sure were busy!

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  26. I love your projects!! your mini quilt is adorable!! you have given me some great idea for the Halloween fabric I have sitting around!! Have a great Halloween!

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  27. Wickedly wonderful projects. And you got a lot of mileage out of that FQ. Love the Kleenex box and treat can ideas. Cute ideas,

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  28. Very cute and clever projects! I don't decorate much for Halloween either, but I'm still sucked in by the fun Halloween fabrics. Love the blue collection -- I am planning to make a blue and white quilt as a Christmas gift and need to get going on it.

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  29. We do not celebrate All Hallows Eve in the wonderful way that you do. If it does not pour with rain there will be some trick or treaters about, and I will be wearing a witch outfit. Your giveaway is fantastic, I love blue.

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  30. I love the witch fabric Sharon!
    Thank you for sharing your projects - my favourite is the Ghastlies quilt!

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  31. Pumpkins are my fave. Good for halloween right past Thanksgiving.

    I do love the Ghastlies and the witch and her shoes.

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  32. What cute Halloweeny projects you came up with. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  33. I LOVE your tissue cover, the fabric is great!!!!

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  34. Oh Sharon, it's always such a delight to visit you! I love your tissue cover. What a perfect way to show off your adorable witch fabric. I'm so excited. I have heard that Alexander Henry was coming out with Christmas Ghastlies, but I hadn't seen it yet. Guess, I gotta go shopping! LOL! And I had promised myself, not another thread of new fabric was coming in this house! hehehe

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  35. Sharon; your projects are just adorable!! I just love the quilt. Thank you for a chance at your giveaway; wonderful jelly roll.

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  36. Lots of goodies to look at! They are all spectacular. I like how you modified the monsters to be a canister holder. Very clever. Thanks for sharing!

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  37. Fun little monsters. I couldn't cut that new line of Ghastlies either. Thanks for sharing all your fun projects.

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  38. LOVE that witch fabric and your box of kleenex perfect use for it as well as quilt...by golly my sweet, your projects are simply ghastly beautiful

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  39. I love your tissue box cover Sharon. It's a pity we don't celebrate Halloween here in Australia. I would just love to decorate the house.

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  40. Sharon, I love all your creations. Can't decide which one....the crazy legs on the tissue cover are great, and the wicked Christmas quilt is a wonderful blend of seasons. Great job and a joy to view.

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  41. Great projects. The witches are a hoot and like the coffee can idea.

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  42. Cute, cute, cute!! I love the witchy fat quarter...love how you chopped her up (evil laugh inserted here) and used her up. LOVE the long leggy side of the tissue cover, LOL!

    Teresa :o)

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  43. Hey I think I had a pair of shoes like that! Love the kleenex box cover, and your quilt turned out fabulous.

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  44. That witch FQ is fabulous! I love how you made such good use of the fabric, highlighting all of the goodies! Everything is just wickedly wonderful and thank you so much for the giveaway too!

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  45. Thanks for the giveaway. Love the little monster bags and the little fussy quilt.

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  46. Love your creations. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  47. What a fun stop on this great hop. I love each and every piece that you have made but the quilt is just over the top. Retail Marketers are rolling Christmas into Halloween in all the stores but you have taken it to a whole new level. Great job.

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  48. Great projects. Love them Althea witch fabric is awesome and my favorite of your creations is the Ghastlies quilt. Thank you for the chance to enter your giveaway as well. What a great hop. So much talent.

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  49. cute projects. I love those witches and think they look great chopped!

    :) Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation

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  50. Sharon you are WICKED. Loveing the box monsters, and the witches and how about that quilt. You are the Wicked Queen on the this.

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  51. You may not decorate much for Halloween but you sure have some neat projects!!! Love the Ghastlie quilt!

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  52. Oh what fun projects that you made! I made a bunch of those little monster pouches too, but not for this hop. They are so fun, aren't they? Love your witchy creations.

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  53. Great group of projects! I love the mini quilt and tissue box cover especially.

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  54. Your projects are all just wonderful! Love the way you cut up the witch and used the parts! That was great!
    I love you little monsters and your quilt, too. I'm with you - it's hard to cut up that Ghastlie fabric. It's so pretty as is!

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  55. You've been busy! Thanks for sharing all those great projects! :)

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  56. Great wicked projects, love those monster guys!

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  57. wow, Sharon, love your projects! thanks for the chance to win those Midnight Blues--just what I need for some new kitchen accessories!

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  58. What gorgeous projects. I remember decorating all over the house for Halloween. Now the children are grown and well, guess I would rather quilt than decorate. LOL. Thank you for sharing with us.

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  59. Wonderful projects! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  60. I love all of your projects but the tissue box covers are my favorite, Sharon--such a fun treatment for that fabric! You do beautifully creative work!

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  61. Great projects! And thanks for the chance to win!

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  62. So many goodies in your Halloween post, today! Can't believe how busy you have been. All are delightful! Especially the little witch on the hanger and the quilt :D

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  63. For not having much Halloween fabric you sure are good at picking out fun ones! Great projects.

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  64. You have a lot of wickedness in you! Chopping those poor witches in half! You redeemed yourself by making them into those beautiful boxes, though. I loved seeing all your projects (and yes I do have a black cat), but that quilt is simply to die for (the only time of the year that can be said without sounding to morbid!). I love it. Well done you!

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  65. Lovely projects!!! Thank your for sharing :)

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  66. The tissue box was great what wonderful use of the fabric.. witches are my favorite

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  67. Gotta love the Gastlies! The witches are wonderful. Thanks for sharing.

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  68. For someone who doesn't decorate a lot for Halloween, you did a great job. The tissue box, especially, is adorable.

    Wonderful fabric giveaway. Thanks for the chance to win.
    kj_hahn(at)telus(dot)net

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  69. Love them all but the mini captured my attention the most. You are sew creative and prolific.

    Thanks for sharing.

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  70. Great projects! Love them all!!!!

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  71. Those are fabulous, Sharon. I love that first witchy fabric!

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  72. What a delightful use of the witch fabric! Loved all the projects, especially the Ghastlies! pbstrand@msn.com

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  73. Wickedly done my friend, you always amaze me with your creativity. Love how you showcased your fabric prints, they all are just perfect! Jane

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  74. Love the tissue box. Great way to use the large pattern fabric.

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  75. So many wickedly fun projects! I love that Ghastlie quilt and how you put the colors and fabrics together...too cute!

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  76. Love, love, love your quilt!!!! Thanks :)

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  77. Your creations are just so sweet!! I simply must make more Hallowe'en decorations for my home... love that kleenex box cover!!!

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  78. Wonderful projects! I love your trick or treat can cover. Glad you were able to adjust the pattern! The kids will love it.

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  79. I always know I am going to see some amazing project from you during these hops and you did not disappoint!! Lovely work!!!

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  80. Wait! Did you say you do not decorate much for Halloween! I love your project. The Kleenex holder is great. I especially love the quilt. You are right it just all blends and looks wonderful!

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  81. Love your projects. You are one talented lady. Thanks so much for sharing and for the opportunity on a wonderful draw.

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  82. Love the kleenex box holder - very creative!

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  83. You are so right. I am getting tired of Christmas fabric too, but I still have a couple of projects to finish. Thanks for the chance to win such pretty fabric.

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  84. Wow...Sharon, what a spooktacular parade of Halloween projects. Luv them all especially the tissue box and the new Ghastlie fabric is sEw much fun....awesome quilt!! Thanks for sharing, Happy Haunting!!

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  85. Great ideas for Halloween. You have a great imagination for projects love them.

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  86. Love the witches! Cute idea to cover the tissue box with them"

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  87. These are all so cute. I love the tissue covers. I would not have thought to put the monsters in my flowers. Maybe with some little pumpkin lights.

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  88. My you have been one busy person! All those projects and they are all gorgeous! Thanks for sharing and thanks for the giveaway!

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  89. Love your cute additions to your Wicked Hop. I NEED those Midnight Blues for my Scrappy LUS! Hope I am the LUCKY winner. Thanks

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  90. Fun! I love those monsters. Their eyes crack me up and so do the legs on the witch. Too funny!
    xx

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  91. Very cute and creative way to use the witch fabric for the tissue box cover. Thanks for the give-away!

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  92. HELLO,THANKS FOR YOUR BLOG AND A BEAUTIFUL GIVEAWAY TOO!
    HAPPY STITCHING!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  93. I really like the Kleenex box cover, very good

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  94. All of your little wickeds are just delightful. :)

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  95. I absolutely love your witches! Thank you for the chance to win this beautiful jelly roll.

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  96. You did a great job! Love the colors and the candy dish idea!!!

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  97. I am so impressed with what you have made for this hop , the little monster are so cute , the quilt delightful and the tissue cover is so clever , as always you amaze me !

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  98. I love the fabrics you used, so fun and wonderful pieces that you created.

    Debbie

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  99. Great looking projects!! They are all so cute!!

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  100. Those Ghastlies are so cute! I didn't know they made a Christmas fabric with them!

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  101. Love the witches. Monsters in the flower bed - they should scare away the trouble makers. Great fun projects. Happy Halloween!
    24Tangent@gmail.com

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  102. How wickedly adorable all of your projects are, I love to see what ideas your creative brain comes up with and you never fail to delight me. I wish you lived closer because I am in such a slump right now I need someone to give me a good kick. Lol
    Blessings Sandra

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  103. I do love a nice witch print, so I was happy to see the tissue box cover! Very cute.

    Thank you for the chance to win some Blues...what a great collection. :)

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  104. The witch fabric is adorable and I love the tissue box cover and mini that you made with it. Thank you for sharing! anglanouette at gmail dot com

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  105. What a wicked quilt, thanks for the giveaway.
    smjohns63 at yahoo dot com

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  106. Loving all your projects! You do such awesome work. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  107. Tissue box is so cute!! And your other projects are amazing..Love them all. Thank you for sharing.

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  108. Your many BOO-tiful projects could be a wicked hop all on their own. You really out-hopped yourself and I adore each of your wicked makes. The Ghastlies are fabulous. Thank you for participating. Love your blues for gifting. Happy Haunting...

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  109. Well, now you do have lots of stuff for Halloween! I especially like the monsters!

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  110. That FQ of witches was wonderful. Love what you did with it. Your other scaries are just as cute!! Thanks for sharing with us and offering a giveaway too!

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  111. Great projects. I am just beginning to design a red Christmas Ghastlies for a customer. What fun!!!

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  112. Very nice projects. I am like you I don't decorate much for Halloween so it was fun to make a couple of pieces. Very nice give away. Love the blue print.

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  113. Love all of your projects. The tissue box cover is really cute. I have a soft spot for the Ghastlies also.

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  114. Nice projects! Love the first fabric. Such a fun print.

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  115. Always a pleasure to visit Sharon. LOVE the tissue box cover box...such a clever use of wonderful fabric!
    HappY HaLLowEEn too ! :)

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  116. just love your projects and those little monsters are great
    thanks sew much for sharing all those projects with us.
    in stitches

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  117. Wow! I like how you used non-Halloween fabric for your projects.

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  118. Sharon,
    Just lovely! Great monsters and the quilt is fabulous also.

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  119. Sharon, I love all your goodies! But the quilt is my favorite!

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  120. Sharon these projects are all darling - exactly what I expected when I saw your name, since I always love your creations. But I confess I think I'm in love with that witch. :) blessings, marlene

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  121. I love your tissue cover. Perfect little decoration for Halloween. Thanks for the chance at your wonderful giveaway.

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  122. WOW, all those projects are sew wonderful. You are so creative.

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  123. Love how you fussy cut that fat quarter and used the witches! The kleenex box cover is great. And that midnight blue line looks fantastic!

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  124. Great projects. I thought the tissue box holder was super and you used the fabric to a 'T'! But then...you made the cutest walling hanging - super quilting. But...you couldn't stop and made several more outstanding Halloween projects. Impressive!

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  125. I love all the fabrics in your quilt....cute Sharon !

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  126. Wow….what a bunch of fun projects!! I love them all!
    Than for the inspiration!

    NinI~

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  127. you were really busy making all of these beautiful items. I love them all...thank you for the giveaway...

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  128. Sharon,
    You never cease to amaze me! Your quilt is adorable but I love love the tissue box cover. Too cute!
    xo jan@sewandsowfarm

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  129. I love the way you cut up those witches and designed with them. Thanks for sharing and for being part of this blog hop

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  130. Your tissue box had me smiling. thanks for a chance at the giveaway.

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  131. Great project. Love them all. The quilt is awesome and so very different! You have great talent. Thanks for sharing and offering the giveaway.

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  132. Fabulous creations! Love the mini quilt.

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  133. You have such wicked projects i especially love the little quilt and coin purses. Thanks for sharing your blues.

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  134. It is all terrifying! Lovely and Ghastlies are the best ! Fun! Thanks

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  135. Wonderful things in your post today, as usual. Love the blue fabrics. They would be perfect in my blue and cream quilt.

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  136. Oh my goodness Sharon, those monsters are adorable!!! I love that tissue cover too. The witchy fabric is awesome. And what a fun and funky quilt. Great job!!

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  137. The treats just kept coming. I love them all. When you said you didn't decorate for Halloween and you didn't have much fabric, I guess you were kidding. You did gobbers with what you had. And, yes, I do have an actual black cat. She's a delight and a snorer. I inherited her and her brother from my son when he left home and didn't take them. I was already attached to them. They are now 7. I have a tough time picking a fav of your projects and glad that that's not a requirement. Halloween was always just a fun time for me as a child. Not a big time - just a little fun time. My favorite color has always been blue and I love your giveaway. If I'm lucky enough to win, I hope I can use them in my Grandmother's Flower garden. I hope, I hope, I hope. My hexies are 1" so I hope that works. I haven't tried a jelly roll yet. Anyhow, I'd put them to good use. Someone is going to be very, very happy. You are very generous. Thank you for participating in the hop and being a great inspiration.

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  138. I really enjoy the little zippered monsters, they would make great Halloween gifts for my nieces! I may just have to do that... Thanks for the inspiration!

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  139. I like your tissue cover best followed very closely by the lovely witch mini quilt. You got a lot of mileage out of that fat quarter. I'm not sure those monsters are going to scare any tricksters away. They are so cute. Thanks for sharing and offering such a wonderful giveaway.

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  140. i just love your wicked crafts! but, i especially love you quilt! thanks for the giveaway!

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  141. "sew" many cute projects. I like the mini quilt the best but they are all fun to see. Thanks for the offer of fabric in blue, I love blue so I have my fingers crossed.

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  142. Your tissue box cover is a total treat!! Love the legs in those awesome boots!! I am so glad you kept one witch whole and made such a cute mini with her. Wish I had known your can cover for back when my kids were little - so cute! Your quilt is perfect to go from October through Christmas - definitely hard to resist!!! Fabulous giveaway - thank you so much!!!

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  143. I am always blown away by HOW many projects you get done, all that wickedness is a treat to the eyes, thank you.

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  144. love your tissue box cover - it looks fab with the legs cut off ! and the quilt is just amazing - thanks so much for sharing - looks like you did quite a lot with a "little" fabric :)

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  145. I love all your projects, especially the little mini quilt in the stand.

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  146. I just popped over to see what you have been up to and WoWsA have you been a busy woman!! I LOVE all things Halloween so love all your projects. Thanks for sharing the links too. That Ghastlies quilt is adorable. I love they new Christmas print with them on it.

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  147. Your witches are a hoot and made such cute kleenex holders. I love them! Also, what a fantastic quilt, and I would love to hand out treat from that treat can. Great, great work!

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  148. Great projects and I love the witches fabric--too cute. Lots of favs, but the Ghastlies do it for me! Thanks for sharing.

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  149. great little projects that you have made..love that witch FQ!!

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  150. Love the witch fabric, so cute. I wouldn't know what to do with it though, you did a good job. Thanks.

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  151. I think the tissue cover is very wicked. LOL.

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  152. I love that tissue cover and your goody holders -- sweet! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  153. What a wickedly fun bunch of projects! It's great to have a Ghastly quilt that can still be used when Halloween is over. Thanks for a chance in your giveaway.

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  154. Wow! Great projects. Thank you for your giveaway, I would love to win.

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  155. What cute projects! I really like how you did the spiderweb on the mini quilt, and the little monsters! Sew cute!

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  156. I'm not a big fan of Halloween and don't really do anything along the lines of "spooky" but your creations are really cute and I have to admit the "Ghastlies" are pretty cool looking. I love how that quilt turned out. :)

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  157. What a wonderful selection of work. I enjoyed looking through it all. Thanks

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  158. Such fun projects! Just love that witch fabric!

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  159. You got a lot of mileage from the witch fat quarter. The trick or treaters will love the monsters you created come Halloween. THX for the give away opportunity, Sharon.

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  160. Sharon you certainly didn't disappoint this time. You always outdo us with all your goodies. I hope you see only treaters and no tricksters this coming hallow's eve.

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  161. I love your wicked tissue cover. Clever way to use the witch fabric.

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  162. You are spooky amazing with all your talent. Thanks for sharing and for a very cool giveaway.

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  163. LOVE all of your projects! They are very spooktacular ;) heheh!

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  164. The tissue box really caught my eye...so cute with the witches! The monsters and quilt are fun too!

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  165. Fun projects! Thanks for sharing!

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  166. Sorry if my email didn't show up on my first comment, here's another happy thought for you!
    brandizzle7133 at gmail.com

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