These cute mini charms arrived from
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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)
I sewed and pressed
I cut and sewed some more.
My quilty kitties were sew helpful!
pressed half back
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.
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.
and I have never had any issues easing them even around curves.
Time to Trick or Treat!
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I will send this giveaway anywhere in the world.
The winner will be drawn at the stroke of midnight on October 31st!
I hope you have enjoyed your visit to my scrapatch today!
Have a safe and happy Halloween!