Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Enter Just Let Me Quilt If U Dare

Just Let Me Quilt is definitely ready for the Seams To Be Sew
Enter if U Dare Blog Hop!
I love, love, love Halloween!
Thanks, Marian, for hosting this blog hop!


I've been in a bit of a Dreaded Dresden mood lately so this project was perfect for me.
Creepy Bunny agreed with my choice of using the Dresden Neighborhood Quilt Pattern by Persimon Dreams that I'd seen on display at my favorite store, Quilted Works.
They'd added ghosts and Halloween fabrics...we loved it!

http://shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=253536&u=1230330&m=29190&urllink=www%2Ecraftsy%2Ecom%2Fquilting%2Fpatterns%2Fdresden%2Dneighborhood%2Dblock%2Dtutorial%2F197578&afftrack=

 Ghostly Dresden Neighborhood


It works great as a table topper or a wall hanging. 


This guy is scaring everyone in the neighborhood...he looks a bit hungry for body parts.


There's great giveaways going on, too!
Fat Quarter Shop and Timeless Treasures are so generous!



This is the Dresden tool I used...find it HERE.

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127 comments:

  1. Your table topper is just darling. What a clever use of a Dresden template. And your creatures that are our models are wonderfully creepy! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. I love this. The fabrics are wonderful and the ghosts are super cute.

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  3. Fun, fun, fun. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. I always liked that pattern but it didn't look "my style". Your interpretation with the halloween fabric is absolutely my style, fantastic! I will have to get it done for next halloween!! Thanks for the inspiration!!

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  5. I love your block! What a great way to use the Dresden plate pattern!

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  6. Carol! This is such a great Halloween table mat! I love the pinkish-purple (?) thrown in for the background of this awesome neighborhood. The houses are so cute. The ghosts are a perfect final touch for spooky.

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  7. I've always wanted to make a Dresden Neighborhood quilt. Yours turned out perfect. thanks for sharing. grinnie1961 at gmail dot com

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  8. What a cool table mat! I love the Dresden houses! Think I'll have to get that pattern. So glad you shared!

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  9. I love Timeless Treasures. They have a great selection of of Tonga fabrics. Thanks for the giveaway, grinnie1961 at gmail dot com

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  10. Carol, I love these dresdans! I have always wanted to make a Dresden quilt and this summer I finally learned how to make them. This is a wonderfully creative way to use them. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. That table topper is so cute!!! I've never made a dresdan quilt before despite having this very same ruler. I may have to give it a try.
    Beth at oneoldgoat1962 at gmail . com

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  12. Love'n your table topper! What a new way to think of a dresdan pattern!

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  13. I love the tabletopper! It is really unique. Such a great idea to use a Dresden tool to make the houses!

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  14. I have always loved the dresden pattern and this has put a new "ghostly" effect upon it and can't wait to make it!!! Thank you for sharing.

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  15. I love anything Dresden, and yours is wonderful. Great idea!!

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  16. Very creepy Carol, great rendition of that pattern. And thanks for featuring CB...I missed him :)

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  17. Your Dresden block is so cute, but cute is not a word I'd use for your Creepy Bunny, But what is that saying, So ugly it's cute... :) thanks

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  18. I love this dresden plate, how cute!

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  19. That is THE most creative Dresden design I've ever seen. I am in LOVE! And I need to find that ruler, lol!

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  20. Oh, Carol, it's super cute. Love Kim's pattern and the added ghosts are fantastic.

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  21. Cute quilt. Interesting spooky friends.

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  22. Such a clever version of my favorite pattern. The hovering ghosties are a fabulous addition as well. Looks like a pattern I'll have to make for next year.

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  23. Your Dresden houses are adorable.

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  24. What a great spooky Dresden neighborhood!

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  25. That Dresden Neighborhood has some interesting characters lurking around!

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  26. I love your Dresden neighborhood!

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  27. Carol I have admired that Dresden neighborhood for a long time and making it Halloween neighborhood is beyond cute! Although I can't say much for your props, as they are a bit creepy looking, LOL! I have to try the Dresden neighborhood one day.

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  28. That Dresden Neighborhood is adorable!

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  29. I love Dresden Neighborhood!! Have to make it. In my cart as I type this!!

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  30. I love the Dresden Neighborhood Quilt Pattern. I think I'll have to do one with Christmas colors.

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  31. Your Dresden Neighborhood Quilt is marvelous! I love your use of colors. The ghosts are adorable.

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  32. this is wonderful. I love the additions you put in.
    quilting dash lady at Comcast dot net

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  33. I love this table topper. Thanks for sharing it.

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  34. That looks great and I love your models

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  35. Very cute, thanks for sharing and the giveaways!
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  36. I have always loved the Dresdan Plate pattern and I really like what you've done with it..

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  37. Love your block! What a Neat way to use the Dresden pattern! THANKS FOR SHARNG!
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  38. I have loved that dresden pattern since I first saw it and your Halloween version is "spooktacular"! I'm really going to have to give that pattern a try one day. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  39. Love how you've taken an ordinary Dresden and turned it into a darling nod to the holiday! Your supporting decor items are truly terrifying!

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  40. Oh my goodness your 'models' are downright scary!!! :-o Love your topper though, so cute!!

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  41. These are all just too fun! Love the houses... pjrquilter at msn dot com

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  42. I have that pattern myself and have often thought I need to get that made... What a cool idea to feature it in Halloween fabrics. Love It Carol, thank you... Love the animals to, they are perfect for Halloween. :)

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  43. Oh some of those creatures are scary! Love your designs.

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  44. I love your table topper. This pattern is on my wish list.

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  45. What a cute and clever way to do a Dresden. I've never had the desire to make one, but I think I may have just changed my mind!!

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  46. I love the way you have adapted the Dresden Plate design

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  47. Your creepy bunny is really creepy, but your Ghostly Dresden Neighborhood is awesome! Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  49. I do love your Dresden Ghostly Neighborhood. I think I will sit a candle or a cute little witch in the middle of mine. Yours are a little too creepy for my taste. They would scare me!

    jedevers at comcast dot net

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  50. Love the Dresden neighborhood table topper

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  51. Love the haunted houses in a Dresden pattern - great project!!!

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  52. That is one terrifying Easter Bunny! hahahahaha. Perfect for the Halloween season though! I have loved on that Dresden Neighborhood for a long time now. Looks like I'm going to have to add that to my wish list soon! Yours is too cute! Too bad it doesn't come with a scary bunny too! :-)

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  53. Your project is really neat. You did a great job with your display.

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  54. I just love your Ghostly Dresden Neighborhood. Too Cute!

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  55. Your "hood" is awesome!! Love the Dresden houses!!!

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  56. Love the ghosts! Great touch!

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  57. You sure have some creepy critters on that pretty table topper!

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  58. That Dresden Neighborhood is too cute! I haven't ever done a Dresden but would love to try this. Thanks for sharing!

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  59. You did a fantastic job of those Dresden Haunted Houses! Looks like a lot of hard work. Perfect for Halloween!

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  60. Love your creation. Never would have thought you could make houses from Dresden's....Very creative

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  61. This table topper is just adorable, Carol. I love it!!! What a cute idea

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  62. Your Ghostly Dresden Neighborhood is wonderful.

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  63. Love your spooky houses so creative for this wonderful fun holiday!!

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  64. Love the creepy mouse pics and the story that went with them. I really enjoyed your blog! Love your pattern!

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  65. I love your Halloween rendition of the Dresden Neighborhood, and your creepy accent characters really make the photos perfect!

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  66. I love this! Thanks so much for participating.

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  67. I have always liked that pattern. Very creative in how you made it fit the season.

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  68. I love this table topper, so cute. I came to your website from Seams to Be Sew's Blog Hop and I thought the patterns were supposed to be available for free....but the link above goes to Craftsy where the pattern costs $8.00. The only other link was to a retail shop. Am I missing a link somewhere? Or a code? Thank you.

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  69. Very very cute table topper... happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  70. Very very cute table topper... happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  71. I love your neighbourhood. Thanks for sharing

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  72. I like your Dresden spooky neighborhood. Cute. Thanks for sharing.

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  73. What a great table topper! And I love the props that you've used for the photos.

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  74. The dresden is really creative. The critters are creepy.

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  75. The dresden is really creative. The critters are creepy.

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  76. The ghostly dresden neighborhood is adorable

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  77. This is sew wonderful. Carol! Your fabrics and colors and those cute little ghosts ... love them all ... :-) Pat

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  78. I love the table topper! Sew cute!

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  79. I have always liked this pattern and now it is in my Craftsy library to use for each season. Thank you for designing this and sharing your Halloween interpretation. (robinsbusiness@hotmail.com)

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  80. Love your table topper. Thank you for sharing.

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  81. I have a granddaughter who believes everything should be halloween. Wonderful ideas

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  82. Dresden is my favorite block and the way you have used your creativity to embellish it is beyond adorable, I love the ghosts.

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  83. Loving the dresden table topper quilt!

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  84. I love your Dresden Neighborhood quilt! Did you make Creepy Bunny?

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  85. Great items. Your models are creepy!

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  86. I love your Ghostly Dresden Neighborhood quilt!

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  87. Your "critters" are awesome. Love the table topper too. Thanks for sharing your inspiration. raydeer@memlane.com

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  88. What a great Halloween topper!

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  89. I love this runner! So unique and different. Thank you for sharing your talent with us.

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  90. Oh... what a fun quilt! I would hang it on my wall and leave it there all year long!

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  91. This is just too cute, Carol!! Love that creepy bunny made an appearance. :)

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  92. oh, I love your neck tie creation.

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  93. Love your spin on this pattern as well as the models who honored your work. They added so much to the mood.

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  94. I love your Spooky Dresden neighborhood! AND the models testing it out...are SPOT ON. lutzcats (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  95. Very cute table topper.
    barbkaup(at)(yahoo)(dot)(com)

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  96. Cute projects, thank you for sharing!

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  97. Very cute table topper!
    barbkaup(at)(yahoo)(dot)(com)

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  98. I have seen that table topper before but not with the added element of Halloween. I love it!
    silverthimble@shaw.ca

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  99. Oh I want to do this! So lovely!

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  100. I love the halloween quilts! That round one with the houses...just to cute! Thanks for hosting the giveaway.. I need the inspiration to ...keep on quilting!
    Cheri
    fabricandmemories(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  101. I absolutely adore this table topper of Halloween fabrics and design. It almost makes me want to try a Dresden piece. Super Cute!!! <3

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  102. Hi!!!!! Still love your blog!!!! You know we have the bone rat and the vulture!!!! We also have a bone frog and bird!!!! Halloween is always so fun!!!! Glad to have found you again!!!!!

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  103. Very creative table topper and great Halloween decor. rozz01 at cox dot net

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  104. A Dresden village, what a great idea, I love it!

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  105. I love your spooky village creation. Perfect for the Halloween fabric.

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  106. Of course your quilt is fabulous and wonderful. I also like all your photo helpers! Can't decide which would be most likely to like my front porch. =)

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  107. Love your Dresden Neighborhood table topper. That's a neat pattern. That would work for several holidays.

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  108. The Halloween themed Dresden Neighborhood is awesome. Cute and spooky.

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