Thursday, October 17

Halloween treat bags and quilt...

I wanted to make a couple of Trick-or-Treat bags for my little granddaughters, Alayna & Audrey.
So I found this tutorial at Cluck Cluck Sew - thanks, Allison! 
They were super fun and easy...
 
 
My customer, Amanda from Alaska, made this stunning 2-block quilt out of Halloween prints:
(get this - her husband helped her design it - sweet!)
 

 
Thank you, Amanda, for allowing me to quilt whatever I wanted to.
 
 
 I quilted just a few spider webs...
 
 
and changed thread color - ohhhhhh.....the back is just as pretty as the front!
 

 
Great snuggly for Halloween!

20 comments:

  1. Love your bags, luckly girls! And the quilting on the halloween quilt!!

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    1. Hey, retreat friend - from one machine quilt to another.....thanks!!! It was so fun.

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  2. How sweet are your bags!! And, wow, the quilting is amazing on that quilt! I love the spider webs!! xo Heather

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    1. Thank, Heather - They were both so fun....makes me wish I were a kid again to have my very own Halloween bag!

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    1. Thank you! I added just a few to give it that Halloween feel.

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  4. The Halloween bags are so cute!! And I love the quilt.....great job with the quilting!!

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    1. Thanks, friend! The bags make me feel like a kid again.

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  5. I've run out of words for your amazing machine quilting. wow.

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    1. Ah - thank you. I think you just hugged me with your words.....

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  6. Really beautiful and unique quilting....:)

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    1. Thank you - I love this craft....just like you love knitting!

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  7. Thank you so much for the bags!! No one will have bags like me girls!!!

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    1. You're so welcome! Send pictures of the girls & their bags! xxoo

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  8. Your quilting is stunning! The colored threads on the back..... great touch!!

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    1. Thanks - the backing was black so why not change colors??? It was so fun!

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  9. That is a great quilt! The quilting looks amazing!!!

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    1. Thanks, Alycia - it was super fun to quilt!

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