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Thread: Halloween Projects

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    What are your Quilting Project Ideas for Halloween Time?!

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    Super Member Murphy's Avatar
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    Hi and welcome to the board from Iowa. I am finishing a charm pack halloween table topper; easy and fun to complete.

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    Welcome to the board from Southern California!

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    Welcome from Kansas

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    Greetings from So.Minnesota. You'll love it here!

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    made halloween blocks with the DGKs. welcome.

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    Hello, and welcome from Michigan!

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    I got a panel kit last July. It's a poem and simple borders. I was particularly fond of this group from Red Rooster. Unfortunately, I was shorted a bit of one border and the binding fabric, so I had to do a search for more. I would have contacted the store where I bought the kit, but she has gone out of business because of her health (cancer). In the meantime, I signed up for a jacket class and have made so many blunders I hope I end up with something wearable. :)

    Sooo, ask me again next year, maybe I'll have a better answer!! Right now my Halloween project is to look at the fabric.;)

    And by the way, welcome to the board.

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    I made a fire place mantle cover. It has blocks on point that hang down in front, that have ghosts, bats, and pumpkins. Turned out really cute, my daughter loves it.

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    I made a log cabin table topper and table runner for a buffet.

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