Witchy Stitchy Blog Hop

Hello,You know, I have a confession to make…I don’t really decorate for Halloween but with the projects I’ve been making for this hop (and the Halloween stash I’ve accumulated) I’m going to have to start!This year, I made quick work of a panel I bought while traveling to Phil’s high school reunion. He was always so great about hitting some quilt shops when we traveled. I decided, with lots of input from my youngest, to add a border treatment and some wonky stars.

I’ll be showing more wonky stars soon as my sew talented class is working on them.I need to thank Carol at Just Let Me Quilt for both hosting this hop and for changing the schedule so I’d have a little more time. Be sure to visit the other hoppers!

October 11 – TODAY

14 responses to “Witchy Stitchy Blog Hop

  1. I like this. I’ve never seen it in any store. Is it a Gastly fabric? Can you tell me where you *urchased the *anel. Guess is England but you may have mail ordered it…. Anyway, I know someone who would go crazy over this. He has a big adult Halloween *arty every year. Just if you can send me the manufacturer, a**roximate year you bought it and the title of the collection if you still have the selvage it’s all on there. Thanks!
    quiltyladyrr-at-gmail-dot-com
    * = the letter between O-Q. That letter has left my com*uter.

  2. This is such an amazing panel to create a quilt with. You did a beautiful job with the wonky stars and border. I love it, really I do! I’m glad you joined in with the Witchy Stitchy hop in spite of all you’ve had on your plate. Hugs and lots thoughts for you. xo

  3. Sharon Gullikson

    I love to shop for crafty things while traveling. I especially like to buy things from Europe since they get things we don’t here in the USA. So every time I see the project, I think of my trip 🙂 Your image is very cool. I can see why you were drawn to it!!!

  4. Queen of the ‘Ween … love it! What a fun panel and sweet quilt you’ve put together around it!! 🙂

  5. Oh my goodness, what a great way to set that beautiful panel. Now I have to find one for myself. I’m so glad you joined in with us. I think about you all of the time. Hugs!

  6. Hi Beth! How you had the time or ambition to make this is beyond me. You did a wonderful job! I just LOVE stars, and the way the panel seems to interrupt them is just perfection. I have never seen this panel before. It was meant to come home with you, it seems. I don’t decorate for Halloween either, but my small little ones might just change that a bit. ~smile~ Roseanne

  7. LOVE THIS QUILT!!!!!!! I hope this is a panel in my stash, I know I have purchased this fabric line and love it. Thank you for sharing.

  8. That panel is perfect, and love the way you finished it. Great work!

  9. This is an awesome panel I’ve not seen before. The Queen certainly needs stars, especially wonky ones.

  10. Love the panel–you did a great job with it!

  11. Boo-tiful!! Love the quilt design you made with this panel. You are so creative!

  12. That is a great use of a panel. I like wonky stars and the fabrics and way you used them here is wonderful. Thanks for great inspiration!

  13. Oh I do like how you’ve used this panel! It’s turned out so well! Thanks for sharing! xx

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