Thursday, October 30, 2014

Black Cat Crossing Blog Hop

  


A new Spider Web Quilt!


I have really loved working with these beautiful fabrics,


Thank you Maywood Studios for sew generously sponsoring this hop!




Here is the back of my quilt!

More photos ...





Close up of the center of the quilt. 



For my


I followed the same steps and added a new twist this year.



I added two more rows of squares
and I curved the outer band of patches
and made the border narrower
to make my web larger and better shaped.


I really like the new, improved web!

Click Here for Free Tutorial

Life has been happening.

I am sew happy that I have finished my new spider web quilt in time to share with you!


Please haunt all these quilty happenings: 






Thanks to 


Spooky Madame Samm @ Sew We Quilt

and

Wicked Wendy @ Why Knot Kwilt

for summoning this quilty coven.



Happy Halloween!




76 comments:

  1. You know how much I absolutely love your spiderweb. I definitely need to work one up. Love the extra added rows. Just bewitchingly adorable. ;)

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  2. Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful! You sure have my vote for creativity.... great choice of colors!

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  3. What a beautiful spider's web it looks like it is 3D! Thank you for sharing your pattern and joining the hop.

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  4. Oh that is soo neat. Those fabrics were perfect for it, and I like the spider too. Thank you for the link to the Tutorial on it. I am headed there now.....

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  5. The bigger version is evenmore creepy! I have started to sew 3 for my boys, but they are not finished yet, too much stitching to do onmy project. I will send you the pics as soon as they are done! I hope you are feeling better! Hugs from Switzerland

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  6. Great quilt! Thank you so much for the tutorial. I can't wait to make my own spider web.

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  7. A gorgeous web, Pat! The fabric and colors make it perfect!

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  8. This line of fabric looks so wonderful in your new Web pattern.

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  9. bigger and better than last year the spider looks very much at home

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  10. Love the colours you used in that awesome spiderweb! You scared me with that big white spider ON THE QUILT! RIGHT THERE!!!!! Oh.....phewwwww it is gone.
    It reminded me of something my cousin sent to me, and I want to share it with you: What is the best Karate instructor in the world? A spiderweb in your neck!
    Have a really creepy day and thank you for sharing!

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  11. Oh MY Gosh Shari this is incredible!! and so cool!! I will have to try this next year for our home, I am just smitten with your project! Thanks so much for sharing!!
    Huggs, Nancy

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  12. Now that is a large spider web! with spider to boot! I love the wedges that form to make your quilt! Perfect for the hop!

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  13. what lovely threads of web you shared....and your web grew much larger and your photos are beautiful as only you could do them....the colours are very reflection of a wicked mind at work....and a lovely mind at that.

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  14. wowwwwwwwwwww
    its spooky lovely..i love the web so much.
    happy halloween
    big hugs x

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  15. I am so very impressed!! All of my Halloweenie fabric is in TX, but you can bet I'm going to dig it out when I get there and make this for my daughter for next year. She's going to absolutely love it. She gets such a charge decorating for the seasons and the holidays. Well done!! Have a wonderful day!

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  16. This is a wonderful project and I love your tutorial Your spiderweb is going on my must do list. Thank you..

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  17. Nice job on the new and improved spider web. It looks amazing!

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  18. Creepy good fun! The black in the web really gives it a 3D look.

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  19. I love a spider web quilt! It's a great way to use those great fabrics. So glad that "life" allowed you to get some quality sewing time accomplished!

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  20. Wow! I love the look of this scrappy web. Too clever. Perfect for Halloween!

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  21. Loving every stitch! Super photos too!

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  22. I love it Pat! The extra pieces and the narrower band is just perfect. You did a beautiful job my Friend.

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  23. Your spider web quilt is beautiful! What a great use of the fabric!

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  24. A VERY cool spider web. I'm going to check out your pattern. It's a perfect way to add halloween decor.

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  25. Oooooh, I love everything about this spooky web. The colors and the shape, oh my. Great job. Thank you for sharing with us.

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  26. Your web is 'the cat's meow'!!! I love it!!

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  27. oh wow, what a wonderful spider web quilt! The only kind of spider web I'd want around! Absolutely fabulous! I can't wait for the instructions!

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  28. I've never made a spider web quilt and they just fascinate me....and this is one is beautiful! blessings, marlene

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  29. Your web is such a work of art with the design you created...love it! Sewing curvy lines gives me the shivers, but you do it so well. Having it posed among the creepy looking wood logs to be photographed was perfect!

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  30. I love how your web turned out. It is fantastic. Congratulations for today.

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  31. The fabric is perfect for your web. It turned out so wickedly great! :)

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  32. That looks wonderful and is perfect for Halloween. You did a great job on it.

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  33. WOWSERS!!!!! This is FANTASTIC! I Ioved how you used so many of the fabrics! This line was just MADE for one of YOUR spider webs!!!! GREAT GREAT JOB!

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  34. Very well done indeed. It would be the perfect table topper at my house, so all could see it. Thanks for sharing.
    Blessings
    Tonia

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  35. A perfect quilt for this hop!! I love the colors too:0)

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  36. Wow Pat!!! This is so beautiful, I better not let my daughter see this or......I'll be making her one. Thanks also for the tutorial!

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  37. Aren't you one clever lady? What a great job you did, the colors, the shape, all I want to know is how big is it? yessewingisfun@yahoo.com

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  38. What a wonderful webby creation for the hop! I love the contrasting orange quilting in the black spider web sections. A great use of the Black Cat Crossing fabrics.

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  39. Just love this Spyder Web Quilt! The colors were put together so well. Absolutely adorable.

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  40. Wonderful spider web quilt I was just wondering how you did it when I found your links. Thanks for sharing!

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  41. I have been watching your spider web- web a long turned out great.

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  42. The spiderweb quilt looks fantastic. The colours, shape, quilting, everything looks amazing!!! Thank you for the inspiration, I might just have to make one :)

    -Soma

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  43. Love your spiderweb!!!

    Beth

    oneoldgoat1962 at gmail dot com

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  44. What a fun quilt…love it!! Thanks for sharing :)
    cwayons(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  45. Marvelous. The purples really pop out and I like the orange web. This is sure a fun quilt and I encourage others to join in on the tutorial. I made one and you can too. The directions are perfectly simple but your end product will be great.

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  46. Hi!!!! Very fun quilt!!!!! Love it!!!!! Thanks for the tutorial!!!!

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  47. Amazing quilt!! It is Gorgeous..front & backside!! You did Awesome Job! & thank you for sharing the Tutorial with us! :)

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  48. Great job on your quilt, I especially love the orange thread and quilting :) I sent you a package today for our swap...hopefully you will have it by this weekend!

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  49. Your quilt is so awesome. I really love it and the quilting. Great job!

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  50. This is such a labor of love! Wicked WOW Wonderful and uber creative spider web quilt. Truly amazing. Thank you sew very much for participating and hopping. Creative Black Cat Crossing Bliss...

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  51. I've just fallen in love with your spider web quilt. Thanks so much for including the link to tutorial....I have a couple friends who are really and truly go Batty for Halloween....I think I might try this for them...for next year...or maybe the year after....or the year after that....eventually!!!!

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  52. Your new and improved spiderweb quilt is Puuurrrfect for this HOP and for being our WOW! of the day! I'm anxious to see your tutorial. Love that nice quilting on the back.
    Gmama Jane

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  53. What an awesome web you weave! Love the colours, and love the quilting. Waiting for the white spider to see the black spider and see who wins the fight for this super spectacular web.

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  54. Congrats on being Madame Samm's pick of the day. Love the uniqueness of your quilt! Thanks for sharing.

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  55. Very unique! Thanks for sharing the tutorial too.

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  56. I have had every intention of joining your quilt along, but life has been happening way too fast. I will make one though because I love it, Pat. I'm going to use my scraps and make one and have it for halloween next year. Great design and quilt! Thanks for the tutorials.

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  57. Oh my goodness but what a wonderful web you wove! Absolutely beautiful quiltwork and so very, very glad you were able to join us along this wicked hop!

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  58. Spooky... As I was typing my comment, my computer screen flickered and my message vanished. I was saying, I love, love, love your spider web and will be back to check out the tutorial. What a fun project!

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  59. This really is an amazing project. The design, the colors, truly wonderful I didn't even know about the quilt along until I was just reading about it, but I'm definitely going to try this. Just the kind of project I would do myself. Thank you so much for sharing it.

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  60. What a gorgeous quilt! You did a fabulous job. Thank you for the tut - so generous.

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  61. What a Purrrrfect web that you shared with us. I bet you had lots of fun making it> Blessed Be & Happy Samhain!

    Tricia

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  62. I just love your webby quilts!! I have to try this myself! Too cool.

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  63. Magical! Love the patchwork peeking between the strands in the web. Such a clever and gorgeous design.

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  64. What a wonderful quilt--I love it. Thanks so much for the inspiration and sharing the tutorial.

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  65. That is a great quilt - congratulations!

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  66. Oh, this is so cute!! Will it go on your table? I'll have to go and check out last years spider web quilt. Thanks for sharing.

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  67. Love your patchwork spider web quilt!! Spooktacular quilting and your photos are awesome!! Thanks for sharing in the blog hop and for the tutorial. It will be a project for next Halloween!!

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  68. Beautiful Pat, as usual you have done a fabulous job. One day I hope I can make one with your excellent tutorial. Blessings Sandra

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