That is completely adorable. I am beginning to believe that you are going to have to rent a storage unit just for your Halloween cuties. Where on earth are you storing all of these delicious delectables? Oh, by the way, I have finally completed Stawberry Shortcake the Sequel, the little sister quilt to the one I made Kalie. Do you remember when we went to Bernina's after Melinda's wedding and picked out the fabric for this quilt? I had enough fabric left over to make a twin sized quilt and it is equally as lovely as the original.
Cute! Your house is going to be very festive for the Fall season.
Thank you Mary, for the tie-ing tips!! It was perfect timing, too. I just finished the top this morning!So as long as everything is pinned really well (luckily, I already had quilting safety pins) I don't need to use an embroidery hoop or anything? Too easy!Thanks again. And I love all of your Halloween stuff!
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Oh my gosh, I can't believe that you put a picture of a person on your blog. I love that picture of Curtis. You can really see the resemblance of your children in his features.
Welcome to Quilting Bloggers! There are 29 of us now from Utah! I love your stuff. Makes me want to pull out all my Halloween quilts. I noticed you live in Cache County. I had a daughter who went to Utah State. I'm down at the bottom of the state in St. George. Be sure to check me out at Cactus-Needle. -- Nedra
What pattern did you use for the witch pot holders? Those would be very cute gifts! --Nedra
Oh I'm so happy you was at my blog and I could visit you now!!Oh you have so many gorgeous things here!!! I love Halloween!!!! It's really a pleasure to see how busy you was!!! I love your site!!!
Your embroidered pillow is just so cute. You did a wonderful job. I love it!
Oh I LOVE this pillow! It is wonderful!
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