Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Boo!

 
A Wicked Web
 
I have been waiting all year and wickedly plotting
for the chance to join in this haunting happening!
 
 
Today I get to spin my web in the wonderfully Wicked Blog Hop!
 
Boo Crew!
 
This wicked web started last spring with these adorable mini charms
 
Boo Crew Mini Charms by Sweetwater
that  I was lucky to win in the
 
 April Showers Giveaway @ Busy Bee Quilts
 
 These cute mini charms arrived from
Read giveaway post details Here
 
charm layout
 
Fabric Requirements:
 
2 Boo mini-charm packs ... (I used almost all the charms)
1/2 yard mottled black fabric for web sashing and outer border and binding ... (I had less than an inch left)
 
 
Butterfly helped.
 
  
In addition to my regular cutting ruler,
I used my Quick Curve Ruler
and my
 
 
Kaleido Ruler
 
 
I sewed and pressed
 
 
Katniss helped.
 
 
I cut and sewed some more.
 
 
My quilty kitties were sew helpful!
 
pressed half back
 
Finishing details ...
 

I added a needle-turned applique circle of a Halloween print with a spider
in the center of the web.


I pinned the quilt sandwich only on the edges, back and front, smoothing each side several times and moving pins and repinning as needed.
 

 
I used the Glow in the Dark thread donated from favorite local quilt shop,
 Bits 'n' Pieces.
 
I decided simple straight machine quilting lines on the black web was all that was needed.
 
Then I added some hand stitches to the spider in the center and it glows furry in the dark.
 
Although both my hubby and I tried with two different cameras, we did not have one capable of getting a good enough shot of the glow in the dark web to post the photo, but it looks spooky sweet!
 
 
First I quilted the spokes outward.
 
 
Then I added web lines in the curved black sashing.

 
Then I outlined the web once in the back border.
 
 
Cutting the outer curve of the web with my Quick Curve Ruler.
 
 
I used 1.5" strips for the binding cut WOF on the grain. 
 
 I do not cut bindings on the bias ...

and I have never had any issues easing them even around curves.
I hand stitched the single fold binding to the back.
 back
 
 front
 
Time to Trick or Treat!
Giveaway
 
To win these frightfully festive fat quarters please leave one comment
telling me if you prefer to be tricked or treated.
 
Your do not need to be a follower to win, just be sure that I have an email address where I may contact you.
 
My faithful followers may have a second chance to win by leaving me a second comment telling me how you follow.
 
I will send this giveaway anywhere in the world.
 
The winner will be drawn at the stroke of midnight on October 31st!
 
Happy Halloween!
 
I hope you have enjoyed your visit to my scrapatch today!
 
Please visit all these wicked awesome quilters today ...
 
October 22nd
 
 
 Thanks to Madame Samm
and
Wicked Awesome Wendy
 
for this spooktacular blog hop!
 
Thanks to all who have visited and left so many kind comments!
 
So many of you have said that you would like to make on of these for this Halloween, that I am putting up a more detailed tutorial in a
 
 
Spider Web Quilt-Along
 
Part 1 Here
 
Part 2 Here
 
No tricks here ...
(except the sewing tips and tricks kind ... ;)
.. just treats
... and quilty goodness!
 
Enjoy!
 
 
Have a safe and happy Halloween!
 
<3
 

220 comments:

  1. WOW!! Utterly amazed by your beautiful web ... I want one myself ;) Great job and thank you so much for sharing!!

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  2. I looovvvvveeee it! I agree with Wendy, I want one!

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  3. Butterfly looks like my Moe! Just love this and so much work and detail. Oh, the glow in the dark thread is a perfectly wicked touch!

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  4. I love this! Thanks for the tutorial as I never would have thought to use the Quick Curve Ruler to make this. Guess I'll be attempting to make one for myself.

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  5. Treated, of course :) This project is just fabulous!!

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  6. Fabulous web table topper! I love to be treated of course, lol. Thank you for sharing your tutorial.

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  7. Treated! I am flying to Honolulu on Halloween.
    I love, love your spiderweb. It is wonderful.

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  8. What a beautiful web you made. I wish I could see it glow... Thanks for your creativity.

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  9. Your spiderweb is so cool! And I didn't know there was glow in the dark thread! I love it! Oh, I also love treats, but once in a while a trick is fun too :) Happy Halloween!

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  10. I LOVE your web, and I'm so glad I found your blog! I hope I can follow your directions to make one, too. Hoping to win some yummy Halloween fabric!

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  11. I am now following you by email. Yay!

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  12. Oh I love it - am so tempted to get a curved ruler now - I love the glow in the dark thread too, what fun - I think I need some of that too! Thanks for sharing.

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  13. I love it. it is looking nice in these colors. great job. Thanks for this tutorial

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  14. Your spider web quilt is sew awesome. Thanks for the tutorial. I must try my curved ruler, that I bought some time ago.
    Have a great day

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  15. Love the spider web, great job.

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  16. That's brilliant! My friend has just bought a kaleidoscope ruler & we were talking about spider webs - I shall show her yours for inspiration. I think the back looks just as stunning - will look great 'glow in the dark' :)

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  17. Your cobweb is amazing, I have never seen anything like it. Thanks so much for the tutorial and the lovely giveaway too.
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  18. I forgot to say that I like to be treated! Also I follow on GFC.
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  19. What a wonderful web! You are so talented to do all that. Lovely of your kitties to be so helpful too.

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  20. You've certainly raised the bar with this delightful creation!! How very clever. I prefer to be treated, thank you very much. Unless the trick is to get me onto a plane destined for a luxury vacation!!

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  21. I love the spider web mat. Such a creative idea. I am going to put it on my list. I love to be treated.

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  22. I LOVE that. I would rather be treated - with chocolate.

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  23. Such a unique and clever idea! Love the web! And I had much rather be treated... hate people playing tricks on me.. especially my little brother. lol

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  24. Treated!!! I really like your spider web that is such a great idea !! Happy Halloween.
    celticmist797@yahoo.com

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  25. Treated! Love the spider web. Simply fantastic.

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  26. What a wickedly creative project. Thanks for the tutorial. Very pretty.

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  27. I follow via Bloglovin. You write such a cheerful blog with a cute kitty frequently showing up.

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  28. Wow, that is such a great and unique project! I prefer to be treated, thanks for the chance to win!

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  29. Wow! your spiderweb is stunning - I love it!

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  30. Love the Spider Web, glow in the dark thread is inspirational. I get so many treats that a trick would make a change.

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  31. That is just too cool. What a great project!

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  32. your spider web is just fan-tas-tic!!!! I will try to make one next week, you are my fav of today!

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  33. Pat....I just love your web!! It is so unique; lovely!! thank you for the giveaway...I prefer a treat to a trick

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  34. WOW...I just LOVE your spider web mat!!! You did an amazing job with it. Definitely my favorite project today! Oh..and I would so much prefer to be treated.

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  35. Love, Love, Love that spider web! thanks for the how to!! And I always love a treat over a trick. :)

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  36. OKKKKKKK a spider web that is soooo frigging wicked it should be in the Halloween WAll of FAME ....
    absolutely perfect....I want to make that ...such a perfect project for background photos too...YOU are so wickedly GOOD!

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  37. I love your spider web project. Thanks for the tutorial.

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  38. That is really cute Pat!! You did a fabulous job.

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  39. That spider web is super great! Of course I love to be treated not tricked!! Please enter me!

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  40. the web is amazing...don't we all love a treat...and sometimes a good trick but that is when we are the one doing he tricking

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  41. Great web you have spun. When I was younger I loved to be treated. Now that I am older tricked. The grandson's think they are funny when they do it.

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  42. I love your spider web!Great idea.

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  43. Your spider web is sew cute and I would love to make one of my own. (I have enough of the real ones right now. :) Thanks for the giveaway.

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  44. Love your wicked web! The quilting lines are perfect. Great job...and be sure and give the kitty assistants a hug for all of their help! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  45. Oh, I follow with Bloglovin and Friend Connect. And I'd prefer to be treated...not tricked!

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  46. Treated for sure. Love your web. Isn't Boo Crew adorable?

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  47. Treated of course. Love your creativity.

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  48. Great job on your project! Sooooo creative! I love to be treated!!

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  49. LOOOOVE this! It would look great on a spooky table as well! I love treats on Halloween!

    :) Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation

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  50. Absolutely wonderful.
    What a creative person you must be.
    tvbart@charter.net

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  51. If I were a spider, I would love to make your web my home. Great Job on the web.

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  52. I am a follower and I love to be treated.

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  53. Wow!!! This is so neat, I want to make one right now!! Thanks so much for sharing and of course I always like being "treated".

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  54. Gorgeous! That looks really complicated and difficult to make, but you did an amazing job with it.

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  55. What a great spiderweb quilt! In the first photo I thought you had appliqued the black spiderweb over the pieced section, but then you showed the process and of my they were pieced! It's wonderful and I love the helpful kitties too!!!

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  56. Definitely treated! Your quilt is amazing! :)

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  57. Pretty quilt! I will have to look at that curve ruler :)

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  58. Your web is so pretty! Congratulations on winning most creative! We all want to make one now!
    (I had much rather be treated, but if I'm tricked, I hope it's in fun!)

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  59. I prefer to be treated. Beautiful spiderweb!

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  60. OMG....that is sooo frightfully beautiful. I love it!!

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  61. Rockin' and wicked spider web! I love it! Going to have to check out that ruler too. :-)

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  62. That is one wicked web! I absolutely love it. Thanks for showing the how-to, now I am going to attempt that! Your butterfly looks almost exactly like my Loedertje.....including the rolling on the fabric! Thank you.

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  63. Lovely!!! I absolutely adore it! Wonderful job!

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  64. Inventive, creative and oh SO awesome!

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  65. Wonderful Web! Thanks for the tut. Congrats on being one of the chosen.

    I prefer to be treated. : )

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  66. Love this... how original.. this looks fun

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  67. I love to be treated and I think you did it with your amazing spider web.
    Thank you for sharing with all of us.

    Robin in Washington State
    assweetaspeaches hotmail

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  68. Love the web. Yet another item to add to my to-make list. Well done.

    Thanks so much for the chance to win the fabric. kj_hahn(at)telus(dot)net

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  69. Great tut... love the spider web effect through out the whole project.

    I prefer a treat to a trick.

    Thanks for sharing and for a chance at your give a way.

    jleibfried@aol.com

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  70. That is fabulous! I love how you did that. I prefer to treat.

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  71. This is just too wickedly amazing! I love it and your instructions are perfect!

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  72. Your Spider Web is gorgeous - love it!! Thanks for sharing in the hop... the music is awesome too!! I prefer chocolate treats!!

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  73. Love the tutorial, always looking for new fun ways to add to my holiday decor....also I prefer treated :0)

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  74. Ooh, I love this! So creative! I bet the glowing effect is great. Thanks so much for sharing. I prefer to be treated. And your blog was such a treat I'm going to sign up as a new follower. :)

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  75. The web is awesome! I wish I was talented enough to make one! I like to be tricked and treated equally.

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  76. Love the spider web. It's great. Thanks so much for sharing

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  77. You did a Great job on this spider web I love it. Thanks for the tutorial.

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  78. Thanks for sharing your treat!! It is sEw wickedly sweet, thanks for the inspiration...Happy Haunting!!

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  79. Congratulations on being in the top three...great job. I follow by GFC and Bloglovin. Thanks for the chance.

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  80. Fantastic web quilt and a lovely tutorial to go with it! I prefer to be treated on Halloween! yoyopattycakes@hotmail.com

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  81. Like your spider web quilt.
    24Tangent@gmail.com

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  82. Follow on bloglovin.
    24Tangent@gmail.com

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  83. Love your web, wish I could see the glow in the dark thread effect.
    thelady at hotmail.com

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  84. Wow, what a neat spider web and what a wonderful idea to begin with! Wish I had that type of creative mind! Thanks for sharing and the tutorial! And thanks for the giveaway, too!

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  85. I love to treat all the kiddos in my area. I make up little bags with fruit snacks, fruit juice and lots of little toys.

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  86. Oh this is wonderful and SO festive. :). I love the web in all its special Halloween-ness! And i'm sure Katniss and Butterfly are the perfect helpers. :D

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  87. I am an email follower. I love reading what's new with you...!

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  88. Can we say Fabulous! Yep, just said it. Faaaaaaaaaaabulous! :)
    xx

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  89. HAPPY TO FOLLOW>BLOG LOVIN'!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  90. HI! WHAT A FESTIVE GIVEAWAY>THANKS!
    I THINK I LIKE TO A "TREAT" BEST!
    HAPPY STITCHING!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  91. I love your web! Congratulations on the most creative award, you are most deserving!!!!

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  92. What a beautiful spider web! It makes a great table mat for a bowl of TREATS. Thanks for the tutorial and give-away.

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  93. Great table topper! I love to be treated!

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  94. Very interesting on the way it was cut

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  95. Thanks for showing how you made your WEB. It's too cute to attract spiders! I have a few Triangle rulers and it's nice to see another use for them.

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  96. Oh my goodness, this is just sooooo cute!!! Thank you bunches for sharing the tutorial with us. :)

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  97. I much prefer to be treated, and these fabric would be such a wonderful treat!

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  98. Oh, that is amazing! I just pinned it so I don't forget how badly I want to make one. :-)

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  99. Treated, of course, espeically if it involved chocolate or fabric! Lovely project, thanks for sharing it! pbstrand@msn.com

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  100. Absolutely FANTASTIC!!!!!
    I hate spiders, but I really Love this!!!

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  101. I vote treated! Your project is constructed very well. I love it!

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  102. I love this! Thanks for the tutorial on making it!

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  103. I love it!! I love everything about it. You did a wonderful job on this! I would love a chance to win your give away!!

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  104. I love the web! I'm sure you wouldn't have been able to make it without the help of your kitty friends.

    Treats, all the way. Tricks are just mean. :)

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  105. I don't know how you get anything done without those Kitties to help you. I only have Zeus and he is always right there.
    I love your spider web and you did a beautiful job I bet it is pretty with the thread that glows. Thanks for the tutorial ,I don't have any of those rulers but I am sure I could find them. Happy Halloween.

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  106. I am definitely a treater
    I absolutely love your spider web it is amazing -such talent
    Judy

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  107. I prefer to be treated and give treats. I love your Wicked Web...so wickedly adorable! Thank you for sharing the tutorial. anglanouette at gmail dot com

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  108. You are amazing!!! Wonderful..
    Thank you for sharing.

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  109. Treated of course. I'm totally impressed with your spider web and know you couldn't have done it without your kitty paper weights....grin.

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  110. the Kitties made purrrrfect helpers
    for the spider web. it is CUTE! so nice to have had for lots of uses! Thank you for the chance

    DH birthday is Halloween-lol

    aka kingcooper0001@aol.com

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  111. Absolutely brilliant idea and perfectly executed! Thanks for sharing how you made it!

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  112. Adorable!! I hate spiders but would love having this on my table any day! Thanks for sharing with us and I would much rather be treated then tricked!

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  113. Love the wicked web yiu have weaves. Thnx for the tute!

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  114. I LOVE your spiderweb and I am not a spider person. LOL. I might have to get one of those curved rulers after all even tho I'm not very fond of curves. BTW - I prefer to be treated - w/ Choco of course :)

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  115. I love your web. Very creative! I prefer to be treated. :)

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  116. This is cool! Thanks for sharing. I guess treated is the way to go.

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  117. Love treats and your spider web is definitely a treat.

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  118. Your web is over the top awesome!
    Thanks for sharing how you made it!!!

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  119. This is absolutely the greatest. How clever you are. Can't believe you are able to make the binding using straight fabric rather than bias. You must be a magician!

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  120. Love this! I definitely see one of these in my future ... though I may cheat a little and use some black iron-on bias tape to draw my web.

    i prefer to treat and be treated than to trick or be tricked. Doesn't everyone except the mean girls?

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  121. I am a follower. I use Feedly.

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  122. Your quilted spider web is the most unique and amazing Halloween tribute I have seen. Thank you sew much for hopping. BOO-tiful...

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  123. Oh my goodness. How amazing! I love, love, love this wicked web! What a treat it was to visit you today. :) blessings, marlene

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  124. I like treats better than tricks. Your spider web looks great. Thanks for the chance at your giveaway.

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  125. I follow via RSS Feeds. Thanks for the second chance.

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  126. I prefer to be tricked. So much fun in a surprise.

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  127. I like the treats. Your spider web is one I wouldn't mind finding.

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  128. I love following your blog. Thanks for the chance.

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  129. What a fantastic project! I've never seen the quilt curve ruler, but it looks like it could be fun to work with. Thanks for sharing this with us all! Oh, and being treated is always better than being tricked!

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  130. I follow with GFC and Feedly.

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  131. Absolutely an outstanding project!! Superb! Thanks for sharing the process as I sure wondered how you came up with the curved pieces. The addition of the glow-in-the-dark thread was perfect. Thank you; a real job.

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  132. LOL; I meant JOY not job!! :)

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  133. Yeah Pat ! Congrats on most creative....very cute !

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  134. What a wonderful quilt...this is perfect for Halloween....thanks for the giveaway...and I prefer to be treated.....

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  135. Hello,

    I like to be tricked, then treated!!

    I love that spider, surprisingly I think I might be able to make one of those…great spider web.

    Nini~

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  136. Adorable Pat and thanks for the tutorial. very cute!
    xo jan@sewandsowfarm

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  137. wickedly wonderful web!! and t tut to boot.
    thanks sew much for sharing your web with us today
    in stitches

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  138. Wow that spiderweb is just fantastic. Thanks for sharing. I would rather be treated and not tricked on this spooky holiday

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  139. That is the prettiest web I have ever seen.

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  140. Great project. Congrats on getting today's most creative award. Love your fabric choices. Thanks for sharing and thanks for the giveaway chance.

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  141. I follow you through Bloglovin. Thanks for the chance.

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  142. Treated! I love your web! I bookmarked your tutorial it is just to great not to make! Thanks!

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  143. Your spider web table topper is SPOOKTACULAR! Now that's what I call creative. Congratulations for being in the top 3 today. Well deserved, for sure! Thank you for the tutorial.

    I would rather be treated than tricked.

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  144. I love that little spider web you are so clever! I love to be treated of course but when the grand kids play a trick on me I love that too.

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  145. I saw your Web on Sew We Quilt. Was I ever surprised that not only were you willing to show off your beautiful work, but you shared a tutorial on how to make it. We love spiders and webs in our home around Halloween. I'm defnitely adding this one to my collection.

    Thank you so much.

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  146. Oh my spookiness! I LOVE IT!!! I just bought the quick curve ruler so guess what I'll be making! Thanks for the tutorial!!!!!

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  147. Oh, Pat! I love this project and now I have a new use for my circle ruler that has never been used. Wouldn't this be a perfect project for a donation to the guild for the call for small quilts or table runners - either one? This is adorable! Congrats on creativity of the day - well deserved. Thanks for participating in the hop, sharing your tutorial, and be a great, creative inspiration.

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  148. This turned out incredible, must have been all that help from your kitties :) I love to be treated, never been a fan of tricks, seen too many people hurt. So fortunately I have a husband who feeds my choco-holic habits!

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  149. Your wicked web is awesome. The glow in the dark thread has got to be the absolutely most appropriate touch. I wish I could see your web in the dark. Don't you just love Jenny's Quick Curve ruler? Thanks for sharing and for offering a giveaway. Wishing you a Happy Halloween. I much rather like to be treated than tricked and you have provided me with a delightful treat.

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  150. amazing web. I like to be treated of course. LOL

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  151. yes, I'm a follower. Love the fun fabrics.

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  152. Amazing web!! Thanks for showing us how to do it...of course, now I need another ruler!!! Great giveaway - thank you!

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  153. I love love love love love that web. Now I want to make one. No way mine will come out anywhere near as fabulous as yours . Fantastic job. Congrats on most creative.

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  154. I follow you. (Well actually I follow Butterfly and Katniss.)

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  155. Really cool, love it! and I like the treating part have never been a fan of tricks. I am also a follower, because you do the best tutorials and showing of how you make your lovely projects.

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  156. I follow you by email. And, I prefer to be treated. I scare easily so tricks are not fun for me. I really like your spider web quilt; very clever. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  157. your web is just fabulous - thanks for showing how you made it - love the idea of using the glow in the dark thread too !

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  158. That web is awesome on both sides, I hope you don't mind but I'm passing on your blog address to a teacher I think she'd love to make this for school. Brilliant!

    Peg x

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  159. This is a delightfully, wicked web! I can't wait to try making one. Thanks for the tutorial. I've never seen this curved ruler before. It is fantastic!

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  160. Treats for sure! Love your spider web, such a neat idea and creation.

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  161. Wickedly wonderful! Your helpers are wicked too:) Congrats and thanks for sharing!

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  162. What a great idea and tutorial, thanks so much.

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  163. OOOOHHHHH!! I prefer to be treated! lol Lovely & creative - I'm a new subscriber now :) Faith.

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  164. Wow, very nice web. Looks like it was hard to do, or I'm just not that ambitious. I like to be treated.

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  165. Your web is incredible! And great tute too :)

    I prefer to be treated :)

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  166. What a great tutorial, love the web.

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  167. Love this! You did a great job! I'll have to find me some of that glow in the dark thread- very cool!

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  168. Wonderful web design...another sort of "web" design I might add
    Gmama Jane

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  169. I love your tabletopper. It's the best Halloween project I've seen.

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