Sunday, October 16, 2022

Gremlins, Goblins And Ghouls Oh My

Joan at Moosestash Quilting has us shaking in our witchy little boots beginning today with her Gremlins Goblins and Ghouls Oh My! blog hop. Scary but so exciting to see all the Halloween goodies!


I went into gnome-mode with Benartex's Spooktacular Gnomes fabric by Andi Metz. The panel comes with the cutest gnome doll cut-outs! Instead of making dolls, I appliqued those scary, but cute, gnomes onto my quilt using ThermOWeb's Heat n Bond Lite Iron-on Adhesive. 

53" x 56"


The fabric panel comes with fun add-ons of pumpkins, candy, banners, and a cauldron. You can add what you want...be creative! 




This guy with the green nose looks a little Frankenstein-ish to me.


How cute are the braids on this gnome!


The gnomes were out of control on the backing fabric...so many freaky gnomes!



These are the Benartex Spooktacular Gnomes fabrics that I used in the quilt.


Spooktacular Stars White, 12803-09
Spooktacular Stars Black, 12803-12
Panel - Spooky Gnome Doll Multi, 12837-99
Magical Trellis Orange/White, 12802-38
Magical Trellis Purple, 12802-66 (binding)
Hocus Pocus Gnomes Purple, 12796-66
Halloween Party Gnomes Black, 12804-12 (quilt back)

You can find the free pattern for "Frightfully Gnomish" HERE.


Don't be afraid to check out these other ghouls to see what they made!

Monday Oct 17

23 comments:

  1. Oh, my goodness, these little gnomes are just too cute to be spooky! What a great use of the panel - love the prints in this line. A perfect new addition to your Halloween collection.

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  2. So stinkin' cute! You really showcased the panels well, and I love the backing fabric too.

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  3. You did it again! This is just the cutest. What a fun way to use that sweet panel print. Everyone Gremlin, Goblin and Ghoul would love this.

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  4. I love this! Smart idea to use the pillows as appliqué…it is a very fun quilt. So much fun to see your creative genius at work!

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  5. Carol, I love those gnomes! That is what I would have done is use them as appliqué instead of a stuffed toy! However, I don't think I would have made the quilt as wonderful as you made yours! Such a fun, fun quilt!!!! I love it!!!

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  6. Super cute and very creative to use the dolls as appliques instead! You might have just given me an idea for a panel with Christmas stockings on it as I didn't want the actual stocking!

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  7. So frightfully adorable. Great use of that panel for sure and the fabrics are awesome. You are amazing! Thank you for the free pattern!

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  8. This is adorable, Carol and such a great way to use that panel!! I love gnomes.

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  9. I am loving these cute Halloween gnomes. They turned out fantastic on your quilt!

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  10. Spooktacular! Love the fabric and your finish, it is so cute.

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  11. What a fun quilt with those cute little gnomes. I've never seen one with a green gnose, so that was a new twist! Perfect quilt for October!

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  12. I absolutely love those fabrics, and I had to go out and order some! I am really into gnomes recently. Great work, love, love, love it!

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  13. This is so cute, it is scary! Thanks for sharing. 😉

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  14. I think we all love little gnomes Carol, and these little fellas are "tres cute". Thanks for sparking us once more with your creativity.

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  15. Oh so cute, as always! Gnomes are everywhere!

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  16. Just as cute as can be!! The gnomes are adorable!

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  17. What a clever way to use a panel! Very cute! Your creations are always so fun!

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  18. This is adorable Carol! Now I need to keep an eye out for this panel! :)

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  19. Your quilt is adorable. I never use panels, but I see so many reasons why I should once in a while. Thank you for sharing the pattern as well.

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  20. What an adorable quilt. Those gnomes and the fabrics are so cute.

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  21. You make the cutest quilts. Amazing fabric.

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