Thursday, January 2, 2014

The Dresdenlie Ghastlie Quilt

Alright already! 
I know that "Dresdenlie" is not a word, but it goes so well with "Ghastlie"!

Thanks for helping me get over my Ghastlie blues after Christmas
and leaving me all those funny and cool words.

With all those Ghastlie words making me laugh and giving me encouragement,
I finished this Dresden quilt top and will be backing it with black Minky.
It's waiting to be quilted, but until then this is it! 

The Dresdenlie Ghastlie Quilt
The quilt is about 53" x 53"



The winner of my Feeling Ghastlie giveaway is
#42
What About Rheema?
(I've sent her an email)
Congratulations to her and thanks to all of you for your Ghastlie comments!

FYI--Blog Hops coming up:

This one starts next week and I can't wait!

These two are at the same time...double the fun!

 This one still has openings...hurry and sign up at sewwequilt.com!

12 comments:

  1. Very fun way to use the Ghastlies fabric!

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  2. Hi!!! It is awesome!!! Congrats Rheema!!!!

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  3. Very cool quilt! Congratulations to Rheema.

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  4. Glad to hear you are over the blues, Carol... Cause the red and black looks so much better on you! Thanks for all the hard work arranging the hops! Congratulations to Rheema!

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  5. Thanks for the great give away and I think it was OK to have a Ghastlie Christmas. Makes you so much more appreciative of the others.

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  6. Your Ghastlies Dresdens are sew awesome and cool!!! I love the way you used the fabric. And of course I have signed up for Hugs and Kisses too.
    Have a great weekend.

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  7. Congrats to lucky Rheema!
    Love the Ghasltie quilt. The Ghastlies can cheer anyone up with their not-so-scary faces!

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  8. Carol you could have called it the Ghastlie Dresden, but that would have given it a different meaning, lol. That's a huge Dresden! Looks wonderful and will be so soft with Minky on the back.

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  9. Carol,
    You are so creative! I'm often inspired when I look at your blog. Maybe I can do something with my Ghastly fabric now. Hah

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  10. Congratulations to Rhemma! What a wonderful Ghastlie quilt, you need to write a pattern for us! Thank you for sharing.

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  11. Such a delightful quilt and I'm looking forward to following these hops

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