Monday, October 21, 2013

Are YOU Wicked?

Beware of things that go bump in the night. 
 
 
For they just might give you a fright.
 
 
Feel like someone might be watching you?
 
 
Well, your worries just might be true.
 
Beware of all the creepy crawlers
 
 
They are liable to make you holler.
 
 
 
I hoped you enjoyed your little stay  
 

Where the Wicked sometimes play!!!!
 
 Go and visit a few more of the Wicked

Tuesday, October 22nd
Sew Incredibly Crazy- you are here

Thanks as always to every one's cheerleader
Mdm Samm and to the Wonderfully Wicked Wendy, who used
her broom to keep us in line.



P.S. Come back tomorrow for a chance to win EQ7 software. 
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87 comments:

  1. What fun Amy!! Great job and a delightful quilt :) Thank you for hopping with us !! Wicked wishes, Wendy

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  2. Your projects and post are so much fun! Thanks for sharing ... :) Pat

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  3. Great post, Amy! And great, wickedly-fun projets!!

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  4. Oh, I have that panel hidden somewhere - Just love how you set and quilted it, just a wickedly fun piece.

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  5. Love this stop on the hop! Such a happy, fun quilt. Well done! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  6. I also have that wicked panel! Your watching flower is really cool. Thank you for sharing.

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  7. How cute. Love your quilt. The flower in the pot is wonderful. You have a great way with words!

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  8. You are so witty and creative. I'm always anxious to see what you have made and you never disappoint. Love that one eyed plant. What stitching skills you have. Great job. EQ7 software? I'll be back.

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  9. The flower reminds me of the "Little House of Horrors".....love that silly show.

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  10. I love that plant - how adorable is that! Great quilt too - thanks for sharing.

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  11. Your plant is sew awesome. I love it and your quilt is incredible crazy and fun. Thanks for sharing your creativity

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  12. Your quilt is so spooky and festive, but I have to say, that plant is wicked awesome!!! Wonderful job, Amy.

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  13. Love the eye of newt, and the wallhanging/quilt, is really really awesome..

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  14. Your quilt is great but that crocheted plant is awesome!

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  15. Loved the poetry with your quilt and plant.

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  16. Cute quilt. Love the musical notes on the fabric. Plant is cool - my type of plant - no water needed.

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  17. I loved my stay, but it was far too short....LOL
    Nice quilt! And your black and white picture is wonderful!

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  18. Oh my gosh, I love the eye! (as long as it's not the stink eye) LOL!! What a fun print for your quiltie!

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  19. I loved your post Amy!! Your build up is almost as good as your project. Fantastic!!!!

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  20. Loved that eyeball! And your wall hanging is perfect for Halloween!! Your pictures are wonderful.

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  21. I feel Like I was at a movie feature...totally EYECAPTIVATING....love the quilt too and all your spooky friends...sooooo wicked for sure

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  22. Love your Halloween quilt and the EYE! Wonderful projects!

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  23. Great projects. Love the quilt using the jeepers creepers fabric. I love that line. Reminds me of the old cartoons from the 20's and 30's.

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  24. Your quilt is wonderful, and that eye is very creative and spooky!

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  25. What a crazy plant you have growing there Amy, lol!!! Great quilt.

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  26. You are SewI Incredibly Crazy for sure, that knited plant look just like a eyeball. Your poetry was fun and the quilt just Wicked.

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  27. What a cute verse you wrote to go along with your adorable projects! Fun!!!

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  28. Thank you for shareing today. Love your projects.

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  29. What great projects, and I liked your poem showing them all off.

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  30. You made me laugh out loud! That eye is incredibly creepy! The quilt is amazing. Loved it!

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  31. cute projects! love those little owls!

    :) Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation

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  32. Wickedly adorable! Love the potted eyeball. Thanks for sharing!

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  33. Really enjoyed the poem to go with the pictures. Sew many cute projects.

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  34. So creative! Congrats on being one of the chosen.

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  35. As always, it was a wickedly fun time visiting your blog to see what amazing creations you came up with. Your eyeball is so creepy and cool! Love your quilt, too!

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  36. What a lovely post. I loved your yarn monster plant coming out of his pot. Great projects!

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  37. Very cute projects! I think my cat would love that yarn monster plant.

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  38. Amy, what a spooktacular posting...luv your eyeball plant...so perfect. Thanks for sharing...Happy Haunting!!

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  39. All I can say is Wicked...very nice thanks for sharing

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  40. Love that flower, very wicked indeed.

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  41. Very appropriate, this are great ideas!

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  42. Love the owls!!! and your fun little eyeball plant!!!!

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  43. The eyeball plant is so cool!! The wall hanging is very cool! Great projects!!

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  44. Wicked quilt and pictures. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  45. I love everything! It is all so cute! Is that seemore the plant?

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  46. What a wicked quilt with all those creepy bugs and love the scary looking plant.

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  47. Love your planted eyeball.....so darn cute....and scary!! Thanks for sharing with us.

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  48. Oh, what a wicked projects! Well done!

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  49. Great wicked quilt! Unique plant too. One of a kind for sure,

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  50. What fun Amy! I love your "eye" in the flower pot...so cute. blessings, marlene

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  51. You are Wickedly clever in this hop. Thank you for sharing your BOO-tiful quilt. That "eye" plant in the flower pot reminds me of the meat eating plant in "Little Shop of Horrors". Happy Haunting...

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  52. Love your green eye in the flower pot. Wickedly cute post.

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  53. Great post! Love the "eye" plant! Very spooky!

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  54. Hoo, hoo, I'm watching you. Wonderful quilt and I loved how you put the owls on point and sashed them!

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  55. Amy, you're flower should be sitting in the Adam's family kitchen window.....is creepy and it's kooky, mysterious and spooky, it's all together ooky !

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    1. Oh ! and you're photography is wickedly wonderful !

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  56. o I think I better watch out for all the ghouls out there. Thanks for sharing such a wicked and spooky project

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  57. Cute cute quilt and i love your eyeball!
    xo jan@sewandsowfarm

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  58. What cute, cute projects Amy! Thanks for sharing!

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  59. love that eye ball plant....... do you have seeds or a cutting for it?????? ;0)
    thanks for sharing
    in stitches

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  60. The eye ball plant is great! Awesome idea. Thanks for sharing.

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  61. OMG, the eyeball plant is too cute! It reminds me of the Little Shop of Horrors. LOL Love your quilt too. Great projects!

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  62. Holy cow, how freaky is that eyeball!!!! Great looking quilt!

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  63. What a great finish to today's hop! I'm always blown away by your amazing creativity and this entry is no exception. The crochet is out of this world - literally! I wish I could crochet something other than what I consider to be a standard granny square. My mom taught me to do that. I can't read a pattern. I have no idea if I go through the front loop, the back loop, both loops, or what - lol. Now when it comes to knitting - I have a better idea. We all have our strengths and weaknesses. I adore your quilt too. The setting is just divine, Miss Amy! Thanks, as always, for participating.

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  64. Oh I totally love this one eye cactus! The Boo quilt is super cool too!

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  65. OMG, I agree with everyone else the eye plant is so wicked, if you plant those in the garden it is sure to scare a few trick or treaters.

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  66. That is a wickedly wonderful eye. I'll bet it follows you too!

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  67. love your wicked "eye weed" and your quilt - such fun !

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  68. OMG, love your wicked potted plant--it cracked me up. Congrats and thanks for sharing all your projects.

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  69. Great 'wicked weed'! And your quilt is so fun!

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  70. The eyeball plant is truly creepy! The Halloween quilt is wonderful too!

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  71. LOL, I half expect your eyeball creature to start saying "feed me" like that plant in Little Shop of Horrors. Love the quilt. Well done, Amy!

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  72. Loved it! And your creature couldn't be any more perfect.

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  73. Love your creations. The eyeball creature is just so cute.

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  74. Nice Amy! Thank you for your comment and for sharing your work with our Creepers Peepers fabrics on FB today.

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