Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Feels Like Fall Blog Hop - and Fabric Giveaway

Spooktacular Fabrics by Benartex
BOO! Uh, I mean, welcome! Thanks for stopping by to see what I've got behind the curtain. Last month at the Benartex Sew in Love with Fabric blog I shared about how to create hexagons. Today I share about making octogons into snowballs. I will be making the Snowball block to showcase these novelty prints.

Take a hop over to the Benartex Blog to see how I transformed these fabrics into something Spooktacular! There's a fabric giveaway for one lucky winner, too!

Sew in Love with Fabrics blog for Benartex

11 comments:

  1. I love what you did with that Halloween hanging. Thanks for sharing

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  2. Love this snowball quilt. I would never have thought to use Spooktacular for it, but it is really darling. Thanks so much!

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  3. I like the snowball quilt, very cute. The instructions and photos for the block are clear and helpful. Thank you for that. I follow your blog by posting it in my Favs and checking in every Sunday morning.......sort of like my Sunday paper reading.

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  4. I enjoyed your tutorial on the Benartex blog. Thanks.

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  5. Just checked out your project on the benartex blog. Awesome!

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  6. Your fabric line is such fun. And a "circle of bats" pillow. Where can I get some of that Black Cat oil? I know just what to do with it.

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  7. Love your quilt! What fun fabrics you used as well. Awesome job!

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  8. I've forwarded your tutorial to a friend who has a daughter who loves halloween and halloween fabrics and quilts. She will love it!

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  9. Your choice of fabrics is wonderful in this great Halloween quilt. Thanks for sharing with us. I also love those diaper covers.

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  10. this is wonderful. After I am done sewing for my sons wedding, the snowball is one on my to-do list. thanks for sharing.

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  11. Thanks, Debby! You are so creative. I never know what to do with all the prints together.

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