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Sunday, October 21, 2018

Needle Paper Scissors with Island Batik

This month's challenge for us "Island Batik" ambassadors is paper piecing.
I love a good paper piecing project from time to time.
So, I ask you...
What happens when you combine a paper piecing challenge,
 with my favorite time of the year?
Answer:  It looks like this.
Now, you've just gotta love that eyeball staring at you.
LOL!!
I do love Halloween as much as I love "Island Batik" fabrics.
The nice thing about them, is there are no tricks, just treats all around.
Best yet they provide tons and tons of fabulous "eye" candy which is calorie free.
Not something I can say about the "other" candy!
hahahahaha
This fun little trick or treat mini is from "Art Quilt Designs".
 Janeen did this for a 2015 Halloween blog hop.
It's perfect for a confident beginner. 
This finished up to 20 1/2" x 20 1/2"
Perfect for a wall hanging or a table topper.
You can find the pattern at "Craftsy"
Check out her blog HERE, she's always up to something fun.
Thank you "Island Batik" for providing me with these beautiful fabrics.
It's a big treat for me!
til next time...
Keep on Stitchin'

9 comments:

  1. You are ready for Halloween witha cute quilt and friend.

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  2. This is a fun one. Love the way it has turned out. is your home already decorated for Halloween?

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  3. Oh My Goodness!! This is wonderful! I love this pattern too. I made a tote bag with it. Thanks for the tags.

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  4. Such a fun project! Love the colors and your prop!!

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  5. LOVE IT!!!!! The batik colors are fabulous too.

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  6. Ok, I got a question for you....did you make the eye ball so it glows in the dark???? just asking. hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

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  7. Cute pattern! I don't decorate for Halloween any longer (kids are long gone and we don't even get kids at the door in our apartment building).

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  8. Love this - the colours and the fun. Now, a glow in the dark version, that would be something..... Tink's Mum might be onto something!

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