Halloween Haunts Blog Hop

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Welcome to the last day of the hop. It’s been wonderful time full cute and scary loveliness. Thanks goes to Marian of Seams To Be Sew for her time and energy putting this hop together. Also to the Fat Quarter Shop for sponsoring.

Upon signing up to take part, I knew I wanted to make something not only for my home but also using last years Halloween fabric. I still love, love it. I also had bought way more than I needed. lol

Looking back at last years project I decided to use the spider web block to make a table runner.

Before you see that take a look at what was going on in my yard around the beginning of October.

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Yep, was getting a little help with the Halloween yard decor. lol Webs was definitely the theme again this year.

Now for my table runner.

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It’s been gloomy and rainy here so taking a picture indoors wasn’t working out well. So here it is outside on our lovely green grass of October.  Not always the norm here in CO.

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Runner was designed using the Spider Web block in EQ7.

Update to post:

I forgot to mention also that the spider web stars were paper pieced with exception for the background squares, triangles, and borders.

Thanks so much for stopping by! Before you go make sure you sign up for a chance to win a gift certificate for $25 from the Fat Quarter Shop. This is a multiple blog giveaway where there is one winner for each day. For multiple chances enter at each blog featured today.

WordPress.com doesn’t allow java script so I have this little pic for you in to click on instead. It will take you to Rafflecopter to enter.

Giveaway has ended.

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Today’s list of participating haunts:

BumbleberryStitches

Meadow Brook

Sew Many Yarns

In Stitches & Seams

Seams To Be Sew

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66 thoughts on “Halloween Haunts Blog Hop

  1. Paper piecing is one thing that I have to try, having seen so many wonderful projects using it…including yours! Your spider web blocks could be made in many other holiday colors and would look great!

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  2. Those are some great stars/webs and paper pieced , wow.
    there have been sew many great ideas shared on the hop sew glad to share the day with you.
    in stitches

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  3. Theresa, your runner is wonderful, I’m guessing you fussy cut each of those shapes, and I know just how difficult that is to do. I love the fabrics and the colors and the effect of each star.. It’s just beautiful.

    I’m so happy you partiicpated in Halloween Haunts.

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