Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Midweek Makers #145

Welcome to Midweek Makers! First, my happy news is that the pattern for the quick and easy Halloween Fright Night quilt is now available.


Halloween Fright Night lap quilt by QuiltFabrication

And as a special treat, it's 50% off at Craftsy, and Etsy (no coupon code necessary) until November 1, 2018, cause I want everyone to enjoy a Fright Night before Halloween. 

My next project will again involve pumpkins, this time for the Pick a Pumpkin Blog Hop, November 5 - 8, 2018, hosted by Creatin' In the Sticks.


                                                           
I think I'll go with a more fall/Thanksgiving theme, maybe something along the lines of the 8 FREE Pumpkin Projects featured last week.


I'm scheduled on the first day of the hop, so I'd better get to designing and sewing! But first, let's look at other's projects in progress, especially those that were a challenge - they  impressed me the most. Please visit these fellow quilters, to not only read their struggles, but to also cheer them on!

From DonnaLeeQ,

                                    

from Quilting on the Farm

                             

from Quilting Gail,

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and from Chopin - A Passionate Quilter.

                              

Now it's your turn to share!

  • Please link directly to your specific post, not your main blog page.
  • Visit and leave a comment to two links: the one before and the one after your own. Everyone loves visitors, comments, and encouragement!
  • Bring a friend! Invite your fellow bloggers to the party by spreading the word! 
  • Please link to www.QuiltFabrication.com in your post or on your sidebar with the Midweek Makers badge


Happy Quilting!



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6 comments:

  1. I love those eyeballs on your Fright Night quilt -- they remind me of the spooky eyeballs from Scooby-Doo!

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  2. What a great design. I am in the mood to sew a Halloween quilt about now. This is great inspiration.

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  3. Thank you Susan for showcasing my York Lodge - putting the borders on now!

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  4. Love the high contrast spooky fabrics in your quilt!

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  5. Haha, your Halloween quilt is so spooky! Love those menacing eyes :) Happy Halloween to you all over there x

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