Wednesday, 2 November 2011

Ghastlie Blog Hop Day 9 is Mine



From the moment I saw the Ghastlies Line
I knew a Ghastlies creature was soon to be mine
With no Ghastlies fabric in site what could I do
But there was no stopping me for I had the Ghastlies flu
A faint voice from the east cried “check out this store
And if they are out don’t fret there’ll be more
So I waited impatiently for my creature to arrive
Then I cut and I stitched and I ripped till I cried
When I was done ran to the door
For I could hold my excitement no more
IT’S ALIVE IT'S ALIVE I yelled from the porch
And all the villages lit their torch
As they came closer I trembled in fright
But they said don’t worry, that creatures just right
So I smiled and said how do you do
Secretly knowing they all now had caught the ghastlie flu...
Muwhahahahaha

A few months back when I saw the ghastlies fabric on MadameGhastlies blog I fell in love with it and before long I had committed to being part of the Ghastlies Blog hop. After I had done that I kicked myself for a few days thinking. Okay you have only ever sewn a pair of pj bottoms before and you have never taken part in a blog hop WHAT IN THE #$%@ WERE YOU THINKING!! I spent another few days thinking of what to make and drawing up some ideas and then decided I wasn’t good enough to make anything so I was going to back out. Luckily I have a great husband that when he saw my sketch told me You CAN MAKE THIS. So with that vote of confidence and a husband willing to drive me to the fabric store and help pick out fabric I was all set to make something!

Here it is my Creature door/wall/tree hanging.


and a close up picture of the Creature

Now this being my first ever big sewing/quilting project I hit a few snags, but I think it turned out pretty good. I wasn’t sure how to quilt the middle panel so I just let it be. I stitched in the ditch around the borders and tried my hand for the first time ever at free motion quilting (I took me an hour to get the foot on...lol) on the boo fabric so if I messed up you couldn’t really tell.  Also the Boo fabric glows in the dark..but since this is a ghastlies blog hop you will have to come back tomorrow to see that..lol

After making the door hanging I had a piece of Ghastlie fabric that was SCREAMING MUG RUG MUG RUG!! See he is even pointing to the tombstone saying if you don’t turn me into a mug rug you gonna be in here! WOW how utterly ghastlie!


And this is the back..
Now I know its not Ghastlie's fabric, but I am just pretty proud I made it
Up until a few months ago I had never heard of a mug rug. However, I did some research and for those who are clueless like I was. It is a 6 X 9 mini placemat that is big enough for a mug of coffee and a snack.
I am quite happy with the way that both projects turned out. I even made a little kitty to go with them. Here is a picture of them all hanging out

Thank you for stopping by and helping me celebrate my first ever blog hop contribution! I hope you enjoyed seeing them as much as I enjoyed making them.

***Each of the blogs featured today will submit one name from their comments to Madame Ghastlie.  Which means that person will then have a 1 out of 5 chance to win a super Ghastlie prize. Check out her blog to see what today's prize or should I say prizes are...You read right there are going to be 3 WINNERS
All you have to do to enter is just leave a comment. I will pick one name by 8pm local time 10pmET (I think) and send it off to Madame Ghastlie our lovely hostess for this blog hop. She will have the winner posted on her blog tomorrow and I will post the winner on my blog as soon as I can tomorrow morning!****

And in case you haven’t already PLEASE stop by my Ghastlie Sistahs blogs today

Thursday November 3rd
Day 9



157 comments:

  1. Your projects are lovely! You did a great job! I can't believe you were nervous! Thanks so much for sharing! Have a Ghastlie Day! :)

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  2. Love your little kitty, very cute! You did a wonderful job on your quilt! :) Nice job FMQuilting. :)

    Please enter me in all giveaways, I am so wanting to win some of the Ghastlie fabric! :)

    Have a wonderful day, and thank you for sharing and thanks for the great story. :)

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  4. Ah, Mrs. Pickles, you done good girl! So brave you are jumping in with both feet with the sewing and with the blog hop. Your projects are great and your poem fabulous. Have enjoyed it all!
    Annie

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  5. You are astounding! It took me several years to get up to speed on machine quilting. Darling stuff you made. Congrats on being part of the blog hop.
    ~a

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  6. Wow how wonderful for your first quilt to take on the Ghastlie project. Fantastic!!!!!!

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  7. Your husband was right by encouraging you to sew the ghastlie quilt. It is just great! Keep on quilting!
    nicolesender(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  8. Oh so glad you stayed the course and joined in with the blog hop. You did a terrific job in you creations as well as your presentation! Love your opening. Hopefull not only did you catch the Ghastlie flu, but the quilting one as well. Oh, I would love to see the cat more closely, such a purr-fect addition to the Ghastlie collection. Thank you for sharing with all of us today.

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  9. I love your door hanging! especially the pieced border which is so effective! I really like the orange colourway in this fabric line

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  10. love your quilt and how brave to do any FMQ on it, great job :O)

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  11. Really enjoyed my visit today. Great poem to start with and lovely work Thanks very much.

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  12. Your door hanging is brilliant. I really can't see why you were so nervous. I specially liked how the green and purple fabric emphasis the centre. I love mug rugs too, and yours is great.

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  13. Gardening, cooking, crafting and quilting- and pets to boot- I must follow you because you sound like a younger version of myself LOL- Those are my passions too!
    Your quilt is great and I also just learned what a mug rug is and cannot wait to make some!

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  14. Good Morning Mrs Pickles Ghastlies....
    YOUR intro poem....downright impressive right there...your first quilting project equally impressive...the fact that YOU did not bow out....TOPS the impressive bar...but really truly...I think YOU did a fabulous job...you did free motion..I don't even do that lol. YOU made 2 projects..equally impressive...I would say a Ghastlie very impressive post yeahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh to you Sistah x

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  15. You did a fab job! Seriously, adorable. I appreciate your apprehension as I kept thinking "what makes me think I am good enough to display in a blog hop?" Thanks so much for sharing.

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  16. You did a wonderful job. Just think you came up with the quilt from drawing it out to doing it. Bravo for you. Your poem was very impressive, also. Thanks for not bowing out.

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  17. Congratulations on your first blog hop and first big sewing/quilting project! You did a great job! Thank you for sharing!!

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  18. thanks for sharing your Ghastlie project. love the orange. and fun mixing it with the glow in the dark fabric.

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  19. A Ghastlie Congratulations to you! You should be very proud of yourself, and what a wonderful husband you must have. I love your "creature" feature and your mug rug. Well done. I can't wait to see more.

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  20. I'm sew glad you didn't back out and forged ahead and made these great projects! You did a great job, and I hope you keep up with it! Nice work!
    Ms. Carrie Ghastlie

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  21. Good job! Thanks for sharing! Love your projects.

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  22. That green with the black polkadots is the BEST! - especially next to that purple. What a perfect frame for your Ghastlies. Nothing better than perfecting the art of simplicity and you have nailed it (pun intended for Prudence Ghastlie). Thank you for sharing. I can't believe this Ghastlie adventure is almost over but thanks to Madame Samm for taking us all on it to begin with!

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  23. How lucky you are to have a husband who says "yes you can". Your projects are wonderful and I think you did a great job too. Thanks for sharing!

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  24. Perfect way to showcase this fabric. Thank you for the ideas!

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  25. Thanks for sharing with us today..great idea you have there...

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  26. Yes, yes, yes very impressive. It just goes to show what you can do when you give it a try. Well done.

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  27. Congratulations on your first blog hop contribution. Your projects are sew cute. What is your next blog hop?

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  28. It's great to have such a supportive husband like that. Mine is the same way and it's such a nice feeling to know they are right there even if they need to give that little push to you when you begin doubting yourself.

    I think your projects are awesome. The fabric you used for the outside border on the larger quilt is awesome and fits quite well with the Halloween theme of the Ghastlies.

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  29. Awesome! Thanks for the chance.

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  30. I love your opening commentary. Very clever with your words..and you did a great job on your wall hanging and rug mat.. you need to pat yourself on the back and take a bow.

    jleibfried@aol.com

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  31. Muwhahahahaha yourself! Love your projects! Thanks for participating...this is so fun for all of us blog readers!

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  32. Congratulations on your first blog hop! Your quilt looks wonderful and so does your mug rug. Great projects!

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  33. Congrats on your first blog hop. You are awesome, your projects are wonderful. I need to get brave and try free motion. Love sewing. Thanks for sharing.

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  34. Great job! The orange really pops! Your story was the best!

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  35. Great Projects! love your quilt and mug rug! Thank goodness for those husbands who encourage and give us a little "push" ( I have one too!)

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  36. Congratulations on your wall hanging and mug rug! They look great to me!
    Thanks for sharing!

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  37. Very cute wall hanging and I love mug rugs so am always interested to see what other people are making.

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  38. Your projects are great! You did a wonderful job. Thanks for the inspiration for more ghastly projects. I should call in sick, I have the ghastly flu.

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  39. Most impressive. I think you are very brave! Trying a new project like that for the whole blogging world to see! congrats, you did great!

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  40. I can't believe that's your first big project - girl you're already a pro! You did a great job and I loved seeing your work. blessings, marlene

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  41. CONGRATULATIONS on your FIRST - it's hard to beleive that you never made a quilt before!
    SEW cute - are you hooked?

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  42. You did a great job! Just finishing is an accomplishment!! Thank you for joining in the blog hop and sharing!!

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  43. Very cute wall hanging... All of your projects are great.
    Hugs from Mary

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  44. You did such a great job on your Ghastlie projects! They are so cute! Thank you so much for sharing with us!!!

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  45. Wonderful quilt and mug rug! You have a right to be proud.

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  46. Yeah, a chance to win...thank you.

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  47. Great first time. I love how the characters stand out!

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  48. Oh Mrs Pickles....what fun items you have created! I've so enjoyed being your Ghastlie sister!

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  49. Cute projects - I'm impressed that you tackled free motion quilting for the first time - it is addicting!

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  50. LOVE IT!!! I like how you used the green & purple - it's perfect!

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  51. How fantastic! And doubley so because it's your first. Very cool!

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  52. No fear of fabric.... you can do another quilt now that you have tried it out. All of us went thru the 'first quilt fears' and I personally am still awed at my peers work, and that includes you. Great job.

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  53. What great projects... I'm sure this won't be your last blog hop!!

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  54. Wonderful door panel and mug rug! Great job on your free-motion quilting, too. You'll always remember that the Ghastlies escorted you through a few "firsts," and they cheered you on to success!

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  55. Very cute! But really, I COULD see Ghastlie pajamas being very hip! :)
    Thanks for playing!

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  56. Thanks for being part of the hop!

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  57. You will learn all kinds of new things by getting hooked up with us Ghastlie gals and Madame Samm!! We even had a mug rug contest about this time last year! Welcome aboard!
    Blessings
    Mrs. Gmama Jane Ghastlie

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  58. Many big smiles to you and your quilt! I love your 'first' big project as well as your mug-rug! Thank you for sharing them!

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  59. Cute projects! Your FMQ looks great, too. Thanks for sharing- this blog hop is so fun!

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  60. Love your little quilt and mug rug! That purple really makes them pop! Thanks for sharing!

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  61. Haha!! Love the tombstone quip. :) The kitty is so cute, too. Nice Ghastlie post! Good job!!

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  62. Great job. I'm glad you didn't back out. Sometimes you just have to jump in there and "do it" and learn along the way.

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  63. I can't believe you are a newbie. Your projects look great. The Ghastlie fabrics are just wonderful in whatever project they are used.

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  64. Very nice projects, especially for a new quilter. They show off the fabric wonderfully.

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  65. Your Ghastlie creations are fabulous. I would have never known you are new to this. Thank you for participating in this Ghastlie Super Party and for sharing your wonderful work.

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  66. Thank you for sharing your Ghastlie projects, great job!!! love the Ghastlies

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  67. Great work, you did a good job putting these together. I am glad that you (and your husband) pushed yourself to participate even though it was intimidating at first.
    Thanks for sharing!

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  68. I find it hard to believe you are such a beginner, you catch on really fast, I have been quilting forever and didn't know that a MugRug was 6x9. It's nice to know that if you fill your walls and door with quilts you can always use the tree.

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  69. Love your door hanging and it`s hard to believe you`re a beginer,you did great job.Your projects are awesome!!

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  70. Fun quilts! I haven't seen much of the orange colorway.

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  71. Very cute projects! I just love this ghastlie fabric.

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  72. Great projects and I love the orange! You did a wonderful job. Thanks for sharing.
    Quilting by the River

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  73. Your quilt is fantastic and I love orange too.
    And I bet you will make several mug rugs they are marvelous presents. My non quilting friends who have received mug rugs from me love them and use them a lot.

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  74. Your quilt is just great. Very colorful and eye catching! Thank you for participating in the fun!

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  75. NEVER NEVER doubt yourself the best thing fisrt come from failure, and it looks like you had none of that. I am proud of those that just do and that would be you. Your good husband is going to kick his own pants when he realizes he helped you get hooked

    Thanks for sharing it is awsome

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  76. OH,you should be proud! Your Ghastlie projects are fun and fantastic (and so is the intro poetry to start this post... you had me laughing as I read it). I think your wall hanging is spooky spectacular. Perfect for Halloween! Who can resist a Ghastlie mug rug... or their own Sebastian to cuddle? Way to sew, my Ghastlie sistah!

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  77. Great creativity, you have given me some ideas!! Thanks for sharing!

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  78. I love your quilt! And thanks for you mug rug definition. I never knew the size they were supposed to be.

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  79. Cute wall hangings -- and I really, really like your cat! I'm a new follower! :)

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  80. I think you did a great job on your first Blog hop and your projects are great!

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  81. I love the orange fabrics, really stands out. I think it would be fun to use both colors and just have two different rooms to display them in.

    Debbie

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  82. I love the quilted door hanging and it would be a ghastlie pleasure to place mug on such a beautiful mug rug. Great job. Thank you for sharing

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  83. Congrats on your first and I love a husband that is encouraging and says yes you can.
    lsandes@comcast.net

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  84. Great job on your first big quilt and to share it with such a big group you are brave! I did a spider web design on my Ghastlie runner that would look good on your center panel or the next one. Thanks for joining in the fun!

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  85. Mwahahaha! Love your poem, Mrs. Pickles! Great quilt, fun fabrics to go along with it!! Ms. D

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  86. Charming projects! I need to make a wall hanging like that!

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  87. Mrs. Pickles.....I am sEw proud of you....for not bowing out...high 5 for having such a supportive hubby....you did an awesome job....I've been quilting for 10 years and can't to 'free motion quilting'...this sistah is vErY proud to have you sharing your Ghastlie projects in this blog hop...you deserve a pat on the back for a job well done!! ....sEw excited a Ghastlie sistah won on my day...sistah Pauline(o:

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  88. Wonderous job!! This gives me hope that I can actually make something besides clothes. I have NO imagination.LOL

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  89. I love following things like the Ghastlies or book tours. This has been so much fun....thanks! Love all you ghastlie things.

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  90. Wow! You did great! This fabric really makes sewing FUN! Hugs! ♥

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  91. Great job! It's fun to see BRIGHT Ghastlies projects too!

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  92. Well wonderfully done for someone who said this is her first quilt. My first one certainly didn't look as Ghastly Wonderful as yours. Thanks for all of had work and you should be very proud of all of your projects.

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  93. You had nothing to worry about your Ghastlie projects are adorable and so was your opening poem! "it's alive"...LOL!
    Thanks for all the chances to win!
    Patti

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  94. That is an awesome poem. Good for you for tackling those projects. They turned out great. I think the orange Ghastlie fabric is my favorite!

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  95. Your quilt is great - thanks for sharing!

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  96. ghastlie projects! ghood show! ghreat poem.

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  97. You did a super job. Can't believe this is your first project. Like the orange version. Enjoyed your blog.

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  98. Yay, more mug rugs (I can't seem to get enough of them). Love all the color - especially the orange!

    Great work and thanks for sharing!

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  99. Great job on your first ever quilt project!! Cute rug mug, too!! TFS

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  100. Great ghastlie job, Mrs. Pickles. I, too, learned about a mug rug just a short time ago, but didn't know the dimensions. Thanks for in info. Your pickles creations are totally GHASTLIE!!

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  101. I would never have guessed this was your first big sewing project, good job!

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  102. Very cute!! I love the green with the black spots.Great job!!

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  103. You did a fatastic job for a first quilting project. The composition is positively "Ghastlie" Thanks for sharing

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  104. Congrats on your Ghastlie win! And way to go on your great "first" projects!

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  105. Good for you in not backing out. It will be easier for you next time. Your mug rug and banner turned out very nice.

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  106. great job! thanks for the giveaway

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  107. Love your Ghastlie creations:) I think the banner is perfect:)

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  108. I think you did a super job! I'm a new quilter so I can imagine your panic in the beginning. I think you are so creative to design your first wall hanging. Mugrug and cat are too cute as well. Thanks for sharing with us.

    missmoozie(at)gmail(dot)com

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  109. Good for you! You kept going with your wonderful husband's encouragement and look how things turned out! AWESOME! I think you've caught more than the Ghastlie flu...you've caught the Quilting Bug! (no known cure...sorry).

    Its been sew fun being your Ghastlie Sistah!

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  110. I am so glad you did not bow out!!! Love the wall-hanging, so bright and fun! You did a wonderful job. Love the mug rug and the kitty!! Good job!

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  111. Wow cute projects! Thanks so much!Love the wallhangings very much!

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  112. Your ghastlie wall hanging looks fabulous! And you've reminded me I absolutely need a mug rug with this fabric in it!

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  113. You did a great job on your projects - so very ghastlie!

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  114. I'm terrible at free motion quilting, so you've impressed me with what you did on the quilts. Ghastlie good job! Thanks for sharing.

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  115. I think you did a super great job. Congratulations on your first blog hop as well. Thanks for sharing your creations with us.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  116. You know, I never realized I needed a tree hanging. Thanks for the great new idea! :)

    You did a wonderful job.

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  117. GREAT job on your quilt and your mug rugs! I love them all. This is the most fun blog hop ever! I would love to be entered in the giveaways. Some of this fabric wants to come live with me! :)

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  118. You did such a wonderful job on you mug rug and quilt. I am like you and love love the Ghastly fabric and I have to buy me some soon!!

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  119. Mrs.Pickles you sure have been busy making Ghastlie things! Three prizes are great. Kd ~ www.KdQuilts.com

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  120. The Ghastlies HOP is so much fun. Thanks for entering me in the giveaway......

    Shirley Albertson Owens(sao)
    drsaowens@gmail.com
    www.shirleyannesheart.com

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  121. Congratulations on your first quilt and a mug rug too, well done you!! Sew do you have the sewing bug??!

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  122. Well, FOR ONCE, a man said something smart. Good husband you have there my Ghastlie friend. You did such a wonderful job with every single one of your projects, and I'm so thrilled you shared them with us. I am tickled to pieces to be able to share in your goodies. Thank you so much for not backing out of this. It was a privilege to see your creations.

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  123. great quilt Mrs Pickles - love the colours and the boo fabric - wow I'd love to see it glow in the dark - you'll now catch the quilt bug as well as having the ghastlie flu - have fun !

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  124. You've done some lovely projects, very in keeping with the colours of the season. Well done! Thanks for sharing.

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  125. Thanks for the chance to win your giveaway.

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  126. Thanks for taking part in your first blog hop. You did well. Now I so many ideas floating in my head that I may turn into a Ghastlie!!!!!

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  127. The best (and hardest) part of quilting is finding fabrics that go together nicely. You did a great job of that. Nice quilt and mug rug.

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  128. very nice job...and your first one!!! Thanks for sharing these.

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  129. darling quilts. thanks for the opportunity and have a great day

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  130. Very cute wallhangings and kitty! Great husband to take you fabric shopping :)

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  131. Gorgeous, ghastlie projects! Thanks for sharing and making this blog hop such fun :)

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  132. Great ghastlies! Love the bright colors.

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  133. Your wallhangings are Ghastlie. It's such a great fabric collection.

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  134. Jumping Ghastlies - such a great job on your projects! Please enter me into the drawing!

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  135. A tree hanging - hos Ghastlie! Great job, though! Thank you for the giveaway and chance to enter Madame Samm's giveaway.

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  136. i love your ghasltly tree hanging - thanks for sharing - its been so much fun!

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  137. You've done a fantastic job with your projects. The Ghastlie fabric is complimented by your fabric choices too.

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  138. You did a wonderful Job!! They look Great!!

    Huggs, Nancy

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  139. What Ghastlie fun items you tore from those Ghastlies. Aren't they just the family to know! Thanks for sharing your fun with us.

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  140. Okay, your husband is awesome! How nice to not only have a cheerleader, but one who will drive and provide consultation services! Your piece turned out great!

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  141. I would love to win this fabulous fabric. I am poised to make the dinner scene into a quilt with beads and a wee bit of fabric paint.
    I was at my local store and one of the employees had made a blouse out of the dinner scene in green and my mind is off again.
    Now I need to get at it. Thanks for the inspiration.
    Marilyn

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  142. Me again, I only know how to post Anonymously. Ignorance noted.
    Marilyn

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  143. I just love your quilt! What a clever ghastlie mind you have!
    Cheers
    maggie

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  144. You did such a great job! Your projects are so Ghastlie! Thank you for beingpart of this hop.

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  145. Hope my clock is chiming right on time. I've loved seeing all the fun projects on this Ghastlie Blog Hop!

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  146. Lovely projects! I like the splash of purple.

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  147. I'm so glad your husband convinced you to make the ghastlie projects. They are wonderful.

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  148. Oh rats! Late to the party again! It's ghastly being a westerner with the time change and all. I think I missed my chance to get in on the draws!

    Oh, well! I nonetheless enjoyed seeing your ghastlie projects! I hope your first blog hop was a gret experience for you so you'll want to do it again!

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  149. Oh my goodness! I just noticed that you live in my neck of the woods! I'm so happy to find you and to have added you to my Google Reader! We share a lot of interests so I know I'll enjoy following along. I'll bet I'll learn something too!

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  150. I don't know if I'm too late. You said 10et and I believe it's 11et. But, I'm going to comment anyway even if I'm not eligible to win because I love the orange and green and purple colors of your quilt! It's so Halloween and Ghastlie :) Also, no worries, I didn't know what a mug rug was either when they started cropping up all over the place (I had to research as well). Still have yet to make one! Thank you for sharing your projects!

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  151. Wow - congratulations on your amazing effort. These are great as first projects. I love the mug rug, the fabric is great and the finished product is awesome.

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