Tuesday, October 11, 2022

Who's Looking At You This Halloween

Oh, my goodness! It's only a few weeks until Halloween...yay! This is my last project for ThermOWeb, but not the last time I use their fabulous products. I love Heat n Bond Lite EZ Print Sheets for my applique. I just run those sheets through my inkjet printer and I'm ready to go. No tracing!

Who's Looking at You?

The kitty is checking you out!

The bat is looking for a dinner bite...I mean date.

Who said he was looking at anybody!

You can find "Who's Looking at You?" in my Etsy store HERE.

Check out the ThermOWeb blog for incredible projects to make or sew!

About those blog hops Carla, Joan, and I host...we're changing it up a bit!
We've decided to call it Sew It - Show It.

We've been challenging our blogger friends each month and they never disappoint.
With a new name, Sew It-Show It, we'll be looking for twenty bloggers each month
who want to meet our challenges and share their creations. 

It won't be much different than our previous blog hops, but we've found that it's hard
for some people to visit so many blogs in one day. So...it will be just four days with five
bloggers each day. That means (sadly) that we won't have unlimited openings anymore.

Giveaways just might be included, too!

It all begins in January with Carla hosting the first Sew It-Show It in 2023.
She'll be posting about it soon so watch for it at Creatin' in the Sticks.

What blog hops are left in 2022?

Joan has this one happening next week...spooky fun at Moosestash Quilting!

Carla will have us rocking out with our projects and music!
Email her to see if she has openings if you're interested in joining.

It's that time again!
I'm hosting another Virtual Christmas Cookie Exchange!

Challenge: (recipes are optional)
You can share a recipe or not.
Share Christmas quilts or projects.
Tell us about your Christmas traditions.
Show off your Christmas decorations/tree.
Spill your funny Christmas stories.
If it's about Christmas, we want to hear about it!
Email me if you want in.

Joan, Carla, and I are seriously working our fingers to the bone right now.
We're getting ready for Cackling Stitches Block of the Month, "Which Way to Witchville."
We're so excited! 
We'd love to have you join us on our Cackling Stitches Facebook page!

We're going to change this one up a little too, but we'll share all that good stuff later. 
Trust me, my wicked friends have thought up so many spooky blocks. 
I had my brain smoking with ideas, too. I was on fire with all the creepiness!


  1. You can't get much cuter than this quilt for Halloween, so creative!!

  2. You always do a good job with your applique items. I have to say that I have really enjoyed the different challenges and I even particiapted in a couple of them and I visited everyone of the posts in the gadget one. Wow, I got a lot ideas and a refresher course in some! LOL You are right, though, about it being so hard to visit them all. This sounds like a more relaxed way to show the talent and there is a lot of talent out there!

  3. Good Morning Carol. I love the quilt! There is just the perfect amount of spookiness and fun . Your quilting choices were inspiring. I have not used straight line quilting, and this one is very effective. Thanks

  4. Love this! I think that cat is particularly creepy! The colors are great--the yellow gold makes the black and white pop. I'll be emailing about the cookie exchange...

  5. Love that background with the black figures. Super Halloweeny!

  6. So much fun to come! Always look forward to every hop/event. Your Who's Looking at You runner is really cute.

  7. This is fabulous. I love the colors and your photoshoot is really perfect.

  8. What fun projects you made again, with great Thermoweb products. I love the eyes watching us. Wonderful news about the changes and fun to come. Sew It or Show It sounds interesting - you do come up with great ideas - looking forward to hearing more. Happy Halloween!!! but I expect I'll see you next week in the hop!

  9. Great quilt! Those eyes!!! You always come up with the cutest ideas!

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