Tic toc-tic toc... it's time!
Wicked?? Did someone say "Wicked"??
Now with a title like that, you know I have to be in on it too!!! I love wickedness!! After all my profile pic proves that point!!! And then there are those boys of mine, just ask them, who was the wicked-ess mother of all...Well on second thought, don't ask em! Cause I don't want to know!!!! :-)
Here's my "Wicked" block...
A little "witchy poo" getting ready to cook up, a few kids!! Oops, I mean cook up a meal, for a few kids. And again I repeat, don't go ask'n my boys about my wickedness! Ummm...or, I'll get you my little pretty!!!!
Now, on a more serious note.
I was delighted to stumble across this fabulous Australian website called
(yes it's linked for you)
They have the greatest line of fusible applique patterns
and machine embroidery designs, like the guy up top.
Loads of great details, and some really outrageous designs.
I just went crazy over there.
Best yet, it's very-very affordable! I have no affiliation with them at all, just a very happy customer, who can't help but share!
My block, is a part of this fun pattern.
Don't cha just love it? I reduced it a bit to make a 12" square.
It kind of reminds me on the 7 Dwarfs!
Only, with a twisted Witch in it...
"Witch" don't ya know, is why I love it!
Heck I even love the embroidery they have to match!
The Quiltery, offers their patterns individually or by joining the "club".
I have to tell you, the club prices are great! They are in Australian currency, but for those who live in the US, like me, the rate of exchange was around $5 when it was all done. A bargain by any means!
Oh, and by the way they are having a Halloween Spooktacular sale over there right now but only till the 31st! Check them out!
I see they have put up a brand new pattern, in the Pattern club!
I am so bummed that I didn't find it in time to get it done for this hop!
But you know what I will be working on very soon, for next year!
Now for being so great, and joining me today, I have a bit of a "wicked" offering for you!
An "All Hallows Bash" sampler from Connecting Threads!
You can create your very own wickedness with these guys.
But it's only a short stack...
so, I am gonna throw in a Wicked potholder too.
I know you want those Ghastlie faces staring at you in your kitchen!
So be a follower, and leave me a comment about your favorite "Wicked" or "Ghastlie" thing to do for the season! I am going to be picking a winner Wednesday. So don't delay!
A big thanks to Madame Samm for her endless inspiration and dedication to our favorite blog, and to the Wonderful - Wicked -Wendy, who has outdone herself in organizing us all! We couldn't do it, without you girls!
So there you have it, all me "wickedness" for the day!
I wish you the most Wicked-ess of Halloweens ever!
Now off with you...
Cause you need to visit my other "wicked" quiltin friends.
Monday, October 29th
Moosestash Quilting (your here)
Betty - That Other Blog
This is definitely you!!! Bet you get up to more mischief than the kids at Halloween.ReplyDelete
Love the block and all the fun with it. Looks like you have really enjoyed that site.
Have a great time!!
Your block is fantastic! You did a wickedly good job on it. Does your witch's hat get in the way when you are sewing? Great and generous giveaway...thanks for the chance!ReplyDelete
Love your block and all of the really cute patterns! My favorite ghastlie thing to do is dress up really creepy and scare my kids...they're old, so it's okay :) Oh, and I'm a follower :)ReplyDelete
I love your wicked block you did an amazing work. As we don´t have Halloween in Sweden, I have no Halloween favorite things to share.ReplyDelete
But I have made a Halloween witch for this bloghop, that I shared to you 23rd of October.
Thanks for sharing your lovely work
Britt-Inger in Sweden
Your block looks like it stepped out of a fairytale! I love it. Love all the patterns too! We don't do Halloween in The Netherlands, so I don't have a favourite for this holiday.....I am willing to offer my "carnaval" (the dutch version of Mardi Grass)though......since we are talking about wicked here!ReplyDelete
I love 'The Foresters' thank you for the link - I shall be checking it out!ReplyDelete
Here in the UK Halloween isn't a big deal but we are going to a friend's surprise 50th birthday party!
I'm a happy follower!
What a great block and thank you for the link, I'll enjoy checking it out. Although Halloween isn't as huge in the UK we still enjoy a little trick or treating, pumpkin carving and decorating - I like watching my children carve the pumpkins and seeing all the little ones dressed up in their finest wickedness :)ReplyDelete
Oh that is so cute - I love the little mushroom man! Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
I really love your block. The pattern set looks good too. Thanks for the shop link. I would really like to be in the draw for your give away. I don't celebrate Halloween (other than the block I made) and we are too far out of town for trick or treaters so my pathetic wicked act will be to make some pumpkin muffins and eat them all myself.ReplyDelete
Wow! I love your block! Great job!ReplyDelete
Greetings from Germany
ahhhh you wicked wicked little thing you!! I bet the kids will be screaming and running for their parents skirt tails when they come for your candy. lolReplyDelete
My sister and I dressed up 2 years ago.. I was the witch and she was the ghost... We had a black wash pot FULL of candy to entice the children and when they stepped up on the porch we set off some steam coming from under the pot and I started cackling.... You just had to have been there... We are hoping that we can do it again next year.. :)
Your block is awesome. I will go check out that site when I am done hopping. Looks like some cool stuff. My favorite thing is the carving of the pumpkins. Another chance to be creative for me. Thanks for the giveaway as well.ReplyDelete
Thought that block looked familiar. I had found "The Quiltery" awhile back and love their patterns. The Foresters was one of the patterns I purchased but haven't had a chance to make yet.ReplyDelete
I usually love decorating for Halloween but can't this year for health reasons.
Thanks for the chance to win.
This is my husband's favorite "holiday" so we go all out on decorating. Thanks for the link above -- love that quilt.ReplyDelete
Your block is really wonderful, you wicked one. The giveaway is just Ghastlie good. My favorite wicked thing to do is to decorate way more than any of my neighbors. But sadly sdany made me put it all away early. Its looking like there won't be any trick or treating this year for my little ones.ReplyDelete
What a great block! And the whole pattern is just adorably wicked! No T & T here with Sandy rolling in - we're just hoping the neighborhood is still here after she leaves.ReplyDelete
How awesome! Those patterns are adorable - thanks so much for the link. blessings, marleneReplyDelete
I love the block you made and thanl you for sending us to that wonderful Australian website.ReplyDelete
Overhere in the Netherlands they don't celebrate halloween but I do because I just love everything about halloween hihihi ... I decorate in the house and always make halloween quilts (all year around LOL).
Have a great wicked halloween !!
Love your block! Thank you for the pattern shop link. I will be sure to visit. Per your Giveaway, I am a Follower and my "most wicked" moment was slipping into my sewing room with a nice glass of wine. Nice wine, not much sewing!ReplyDelete
I browse the Quiltery all the time but am too intimidated by the intricate applique. I love your block, very detailed. Thanks for the giveaway. I like to enjoy the weather this time of year.ReplyDelete
ohhh Joan, U never disappoint...U have this ability to bring sew much to the table...love your finds...wicked moments...mmmm I have a few but they are unmentionable at the moment lolReplyDelete
What a cute block! I'm afraid that my most 'wicked' activity this time of year involves the bags of candy that I buy early and have to replace because they've somehow disappeared by Halloween!ReplyDelete
Really cute quilty things that you have shared. Something "wicked", hmmmmm, haven't really had anything this year that is "wicked". (Not really in my nature to be "wicked".) Thanks for the great giveaway.ReplyDelete
Really cute quilty things that you have shared. Something "wicked", hmmmmm, haven't really had anything this year that is "wicked". (Not really in my nature to be "wicked".) Thanks for the great giveaway.ReplyDelete
Oh - I was almost your 600th follower - awesome! My ghastlie Halloween thing to do, eh? That would have to be dressing up for our Halloween Carnival and running the Cake Walk. Although I haven't done it since my kids were little. And now they call it the Harvest Fair (have to be politically correct, don't cha know?) I don't have any Ghastlie fabric around my house, so I'd love to have that little potholder. Happy Halloween!ReplyDelete
Beautiful block and the whole project is fantastic.No favorite Holloween thing,in my area whe don´t celebrate it.Thanks for the wicked giveaway!!ReplyDelete
You are only wickedly talented lady! I love your block and your Ghastlie pot holder, too. Have a wicked great day and thank you for sharing.ReplyDelete
Wow! Such detail, I love it! I will have to check out that site....even though it will be years before I'm good enough to produce something that detailed. (it's always good to have a goal...).ReplyDelete
Would love to win your awesome Ghastlie potholder. I just love the Ghastlies.
DH and I dress up like wizards (think Harry Potter capes,glasses,broomsticks) to give out treats to the neighborhood kids.
Love your Wicked delivery! and the "witchy poo", too! Thanks B-)ReplyDelete
I am a new follower and its just GHASTLIE the way we embrace our WICKED ways. I love the Ghastlies. Come see my quilt on my WICKED post @ Kwilty Pleasures blog. Thanks for the give away!ReplyDelete
You wrote a great blog, I enjoyed reading its Wickedness. Your block was gorgeous. Thank you for the ideas and the opportunity to win . Happy Halloween!ReplyDelete
Love your blocks. They are very well done. Back when I worked in the high school kitchen, I had a big rat in a trap that was a motion detector and would jump and squeel. Scared the football boys more than the girls. HEHEHEHehehReplyDelete
Cuuurute!!!! I love your block. So much detail. Thanks for the link,I am off to check it out!ReplyDelete
So much fun! Goodness I love halloween! And you found a way yo toss Ghastlies into a post! I'm there! :o)ReplyDelete
Wow!! I couldn't stop looking at your pieces! Thanks for sharing with usReplyDelete
Love your block. Great website! I'd love those Ghastlies to come live with my Ghastlies. I love to decorate my house for Halloween. Thanks for sharing with us all.ReplyDelete
OMG!!!!! I thought I was the only one, my son calls me the wicked witch. (all in fun) I tell him I'm the Good Witch. Great blocks I'll have to check out the new to me site, thank you. You've out done yourself with your Ghastlies block, who wouldn't want something Ghastlie in their kitchen. I know I would LOVE it. Happy Halloween!!!!! ;-> Toni AnneDelete
I am a follower. I do so wish I had an embroidery machine! These are SOOOOOOO AWESOME!!ReplyDelete
I'm a follower! What adorable embroideries! Your little forest scene is so cute!!! Great job!ReplyDelete
Your block is wickedly perfect. And those patterns are adorable. I am a follower. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Wonderfully, wicked block!!! I bookmarked that site. I loves some of the embroidery designs she has too.ReplyDelete
I am a follower. I am not sure how wicked it is, but I love having the little ones over for dinner before trick or treating each Halloween.
I'm a follower! I think the most wicked I can possibly be is to sleep in past 7:00 AM! When you have a toddler there's no sleep for the weary! Thank you for showing us your super cute Ghastlies! I love them!!!!ReplyDelete
Wicked indeed! My favorite thing to do is dress up all in black, tease my long hair, paint my showing skin a dastardly green, takevout my bridge, and sit patiently in front of a cauldron waiting for trick or treaters. This year however my grandchildren asked me to be the grandma to their Red Riding Hood group. So no green skin and a flannel nightgown instead. Oh well!ReplyDelete
Very wicked stuff this morning--I love those blocks and quilt! Thanks for the link. My favorite thing to do is dress up as wicked as I can, which is quite similar to my regular clothes and make-up. LOLReplyDelete
You certainly have found a go to place in the QUILTERY. Endless projects so thanks for the info as well as sharing. Thanks for the giveaway. The potholder is delightful.ReplyDelete
my fav thing this time of year is to have a halloween party with all the grands! a pinata, apple bobbing, cupcake decorating, scary food and lots of laughs! just love it!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous block and thanks for the reference on the machine embroidery pattern site. I will definitely check it out. Thanks for the opportunity on a great drawReplyDelete
Thanks for participating in the Wicked hop and for the giveaway! I'm a follower and my favorite Ghastlie thing to do is carve a pumpkin.ReplyDelete
Love your projects, so glad you shared in the wickedness today :)ReplyDelete
Love your blog post as well as the cool block. Lots of detail. Believe it or not I've always had a very calm Halloween so no ghostly tails to tell. Thanks for the giveaway and for being in the blog.ReplyDelete
Your awesome wickedness has been quite fun the scroll through!ReplyDelete
I love all of your "wickedness". I love getting my Halloween decor out and displaying it. I just need more!!!ReplyDelete
I like the kids getting all hyped up about what they want to be this year!ReplyDelete
Your treats are exceptional!
Thank you for the chance and yes I follow you all over the place!! :)
what lovely work thanks for sharing. The only wicked thing I do is sneak a few candies out of the box before the 31st...lolReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing. My favorite ghastly thing to do is dunk for apples!ReplyDelete
Hi!!! I love your wicked block and potholder!!! I love to take my grand children trick or treating!!! If I get back early enough I pass candy!!! I love to see little ones all dressed up and having fun!!!!ReplyDelete
My witch does look sorta like you... But you dont have a wart! Your a pretty witch. I love to sip schnapps on my front porch and pass out candy, because Nov 1st is my birthday and if its cold I will build a fire and also reminisces about when the boys were younger and we had so much fun .ReplyDelete
Love your blocks! Thank you for the link, will be checking it out. Not much Halloween activity in my area, so candy is here for me to enjoy! Thank you for the great giveaway. I follow via email. jbechosend at sbcglobal dot netReplyDelete
Rosemary B here: already following your amazing blog :-)ReplyDelete
Your project is lovely, that pot holder is really cute wow!
thank you for the give away and mostly big thanks for sharing your creativity
my favorite wicked thing to do is test all of the candy types that I have purchased for Halloween to make sure it is yummy enough for the kiddies
Lots of Halloween goodies to look at here! Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Not very wicked as I get older but I have a squeaky front door that I can't bring myself to oil. It is sooo much fun to open it slooowly to greet the trick-or-treaters. I get so many different reactions. Your block is spooktacular! Thanks for the link too. I love finding new places to surf.ReplyDelete
I think I don't have to ask your boys about your "wickedness", you're always in for fun things.ReplyDelete
I love your block, it's is always nice to find a new shop, so thank your for sharing your block and your find!
What a great wicked block , just too cute and the quilt you show is adorable. Love the potholder too . When the boys were home we liked to dress up a pumpkin man, that was lots of fun for the Halloween season.I am a follower , thanks for the chance.ReplyDelete
Wow!! Your block is amazing!! I love all the details!! Thanks for sharing the link it the patterns. I'm going to go check them out!! Hugs ArianeReplyDelete
Wonderful wickedness! The details are fabulous. Thanks for the link...I'll check them out Ü I'm a follower!ReplyDelete
Your block looks wonderful! I love the roof on the witch's house. Thanks for the link to The Quiltery. The Foresters is a fun pattern and I see lots of other good things there too. This year we will be out partying, so I'll try not to be too wicked. Thanks for the giveaway. I'm a follower.ReplyDelete
What a great block I love all the details. I have that pot holder pattern and some Halloween fabric so I will do one of them. I will also look up that quilt shop you were talking aboutReplyDelete
Cute block. I am checking out the Australian site. The Ghastlie thing I am doing this year is actually wearing a costume to my Guild meeting on Wednesday.ReplyDelete
I am a follower, and what a fun block, with the little mushrooms I kept thinking about the SMURFS gone WICKED.ReplyDelete
Hahaha!! Love your block!! Thanks for the link to The Quiltery, too!!! All that and a giveaway, too?! AWESOME! Let's see ... my favorite Ghastlie thing to do during the season is visit the pumpkin patch!! Second favorite? Ghost stories and s'mores around a bonfire!! :)ReplyDelete
Love the block, some time I'm going to do a Halloween quilt. . . or a wall hanger. Been saving fabric for one, but could use more. Thanks in advance. From northern Iowa. . . .ReplyDelete
"I know you want those Ghastlie faces staring at you in your kitchen!" I looked in the kitchen closet because you know me toooo well, but no, you weren't there. I just LOVE Ghastlies. Loved your fun and wicked post today - so creative; loved your block, too. That is going to be a darling wall hanging. Thanks, too, for the link to the patterns; I'm checking out that new pattern you found. It is marvelous! I've been enjoying your blog for some time; keep on posting. :) I'm not too wicked at Halloween; I pride myself on being 'the good witch'.ReplyDelete
Hmmm, ghastlie or wicked thing to do.... Make caramel apples dipped in milk chocolate.ReplyDelete
What a fun block and cute (yet wicked) scene!!! My favorite 'Wicked' thing to do for the season is play spooky music (I hide the speaker inside a ghost I made) so the kiddies have no idea where it's coming from. TFSReplyDelete
Love your little table topper block. I save the best candy for last, hoping we will have more candy than trick or treaters.ReplyDelete
Betty from That other blog here: What a wicked post! I love your creepy block! Witches can be so cute, but wicked! Thanks for the link to the Quiltery and all that giveaway! Because of your question, I had to read all of the comments! No one does as wicked a thing as I do, except Rosemary and Val and Evelyn: Because I'm on a weight loss program, eating a few snicker fun bars would be totally wicked! I may sing a wicked song at the end!! Heeee!ReplyDelete
I love anything made with ghastlie material...very cute potholder! Wicked thing I do....have a birthday Halloween party...my 2 boys are Halloween birthday babies, but are all grown up with their own families celebrating their birthdays now!ReplyDelete
I'm afraid we aren't very wicked at our house. I did have a wiener roast for my Red Hat friends this past week--we had a great time. I love your work. Thank you for sharing a new site with me! I've made several cupcake hotpads, but I have never made or seen a "wicked" one! Thanks for having a give-away!ReplyDelete
Sew Wickedly sweet! Thanks for sharing...Judith, TexasReplyDelete
I really enjoy your blog site and am now a follower and email follower! I'm not very wicked here. I never have any tricker treaters here in the boonies. I am going to check out the other sites you have posted on here.ReplyDelete
i am a follower and we will wait with candy to see if our great grands come trick@treatingReplyDelete
wickedley wonderful post on the hop and great give away toReplyDelete
thanks sew much for sharing with us today
You did a great job with you block, keep it up, and maybe you'll have the rest finished by next year! My favorite thing to do during this season is to get a great cup of hot tea, and sew, sew, sew!!ReplyDelete
You did an awesome wicked job on your blocks. I am a follower and am working on making a motion activated scream/ scary music for Halloween night to scare my little treaters.ReplyDelete
Does reading Wicked Blog Hop posts after sending two very tired children to bed this afternoon count as wicked??ReplyDelete
Otherwise I am all out except we don't celebrate Halloween here so I guess that is about the wickedest thing there is!
Love your block and I appreciate you sharing it during this Hop.
Your blocks are just wonderful.ReplyDelete
Lots of wickedly projects. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
I love comin' to see your blog!! Such fun and someone else who 'gets' the Halloween bug!! Love the witches!! Now I have to go tour the site you made the link for..... it will be fun!!ReplyDelete
What do I do for this 'holiday'?? Well, I usually decorate my yard and windows but this year, my yard has been going through some construction and I just have not done anything 'cept buy the candy for the ghouls and ghosts who will be visising!
Now to go make plans for next year...... thanks for the site!!! And Happy Halloween!
Love the Wicked potholder! The Ghastlies are my favorite Halloween material, they are all so cute. I really won't be doing anything wicked for halloween because we are retired, living in Mexico, so halloween is out but Day of the Dead is something else completely.ReplyDelete
I am an Aussie and I love The Quiltery site. Ironically, it is situated near where I used to live on the Gold Coast and I never knew about them until I moved 5 hours north.ReplyDelete
Now, with the membership club I have all the club patterns and they also do freebies every month, both applique and machine embroideries.
So happy to see you give the site a plug.
What a great block and thanks for the link to a new site. I'm kinda boring I guess for Halloween. I stay home and pass out candy. I guess someone needs to be home, right? hehe.ReplyDelete
Thank you for a great giveaway and a chance to win. I love the Ghastlies, your pot holder is too cute.
Love your zero calorie cupcakes! If only the were edible!!ReplyDelete