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Saturday, April 3, 2010

Halloween in April

Today was a five hour class called Slice and Dice at Pieceful Quilting in Riverhead. What a great time we all had making these quilts. I used a bunch of vintage Halloween fabric to make this for Ken.
Don't you just love these fabrics? I plan to make a bunch of these for other holidays and some babies I know are on the way. We just LOVE Halloween here and I make things for it all year long. These colors were great to use today. Some of the other ladies made quilts with deep colors which were gorgeous. They looked like real stained glass. It is so cool to see how all the quilts come out different even though it is the same pattern.

I promised myself I would start it and finish it today and it was easy to do. Tonight I am working on an old project I want to get done. During the Christmas vacation, I made a list of all the things I had to finish and so far I am making some serious progress. Of course, I always find something else I just have to make, so I tell myself it's ok, as long as I get it done in a few days. :)


Autumn said...

Beautiful work Sherylyn!!! You get so much done- it just amazes me!!!

Your rain swollen town looks like LOUISIANA!!!!:)

Jean said...

This came out so beautiful!!!

sandy quilts said...

I'm so jealous of that quilt! Why did they have to have the class when I was in Florida???!!!!! Love the fabric choices you made. Hope to see you soon! Happy Spring - we just got back last night - it's COLD here in NY (compared to Florida and Georgia)

Ruth said...

that is so cute. Love it.

Thanks for stopping by to visit my blog. I love hearing from you.


TeaTowelCreek said...

New here! Beautiful! I love halloween and make halloween stuff all year long.

cinnamongirl said...

Neat kinda like stained glass and crazy quilting in one. Wonderful work.

Bonne said...


Queen of Dreamsz said...

Hi Sheryl lyn,

I love, love this quilt...and all the fabrics are just great!

Hope you rain has moved out...I read online about all the flooding up NOT needed!

Have a wonderful day...