First I would like to thank Mdm Samm for being the spooky inspiration behind this Hop and head cheerleader Wendy of Why Knot Kwilt who has done a fantastic job in lining us all up.
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'Black Cat Crossing' by Maywood Studios was the fabric line to inspire us and as great as this fabric is, my year has been using up stash on the shelf. I went another route with a fabric that just screams Halloween and black cats to me.
I just love Sebastian the Cat and all the ghoulish characters in Alexander Henry's 'Ghastlie' line and 3 years of fabrics on the shelf and the new line 'The Last of the Ghastlies' - well, I just had to use this. A farewell of sorts to a spook-tacular line of fabric.
The family album, Sebastian, webs, tombstones, family crypt, the demise of a cast of characters all together for the back (yes, back) of my final Ghastlie quilt.
I wanted to make this quilt from 'Pick Four' by Sue Abrey - a book that has been on my shelf for some time.
It gave the purrfect twist to this fun and twisted fabric.
I wanted to use up all my scraps - this is the end of the Ghastlies after all.
A zip pouch for a bit of fun to go with the divided basket - pattern by Noodlehead.
I had a few strings of Spooky fun left and pulled out my zip baggy of black strings to play with them.
A black cat walking a crooked stile and log - a fun mini to hang for the Holiday. And we say farewell to the Ghastlies.
And since they are all gone, I had to find something else for a give away....
A jelly roll of Moonlight Manor by Deb Strain for Moda. I will ship international and comments will be open until Oct 31st,10pm(EST) - you can get a head start on next year's Halloween project.