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October 31, 2005


I love this. Looks fantastic.

I love this quilt, and the little characters' faces are much more expressive than painting.

Wow! Your quilt is amazing! I am totally in awe at all the detail that you put into it. I think that it is fabulous!

That is one SPOOKY quilt! I really love the spiderweb quilt lines! How I love Halloween. I hope you give away all the candy!

This is beautiful! I love the cat... scary, but cute.

Now I'm getting interested in this quilting stuff--I like the pumpkin on the top and the spiderweb stitching.
Looks like fun!
Happy Halloween!

So many cool details! Those teeth are *so* funny.


WOW !!!

That is a fabulous quilt! I love the button eyes and the spiderweb quilting. So much great detail everywhere!

Have you seen Sandy Bonsib's book Folk Art Quilts? You might like it!

amazing! I am a folk art lover and this is one of the cutest quilt designs I have seen. wonderful job!! and I agree 100% with the applique mouths. I would have done the same!!

It's fabulous Kelly! I love all the details and the fabrics too.

WOW!!!! Love love love!!!! There are so many delicious fabrics in there but I'm especially enamored with the spider webs quilting in the border!!!! Really beautiful job!

Woweeee! That's a great quilt and I too love that repro print! I used it in my halloween wall hanging, which is nowhere near as nifty as the gorgeous creation you've made. Well done!

what a great quilt! i love the mouths, they are very "nightmare before christmas" to me.

Wow, wow, wow! I LOVE this quilt!! All of the blocks and fabrics are so cool! Great job!!

just like everyone else here, i'm amazed! another fantastic project...thanks for sharing.

kelly i love it!! it's so quirky and i love it because of that. also love the spiderweb quilting technique on the border - so creative! wish halloween were lasting a bit longer there are so many great things to make and show off for such a short period of time.

Hah, I finally added the photos to my flickr account...still more to come. Sorry to hear about your kitty, hope she's doing well.

Hi, your quilt is terrific! How did you do the freehand, spiderweb pattern in silver metallic thread in the outer border without backtracking back on itself? Please email me if you get this as I am really curious and would like to try frehanding an asterisk myself! Thanks, Beth, [email protected]

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