Monday, October 22, 2012

Wicked Blog Hop


Are you all ready for the scary things that go bump in the night....
Witches riding through the night sky....
Little ones dressed as their favorite little ghoul?????

Then you are ready for a Wickedly Good Blog Hop.

I decided months ago to join a little Wicked Blog Hop.  At first, I had grand plans of skeletons and scary vampires, but then I found this super cute material.  I fell in love with the little kids, all dressed in their Halloween attire.  I have always loved vintage looking cards and material.  It was perfect for a pattern I wanted to try for fussy cutting, which I had never tried before.  Here are the three 12.5 inch blocks that I finished all up....














I had just enough time to finish up my wall hanging. I love it and so do the kids.









Check out these hoppers!


Tuesday, October 23rd
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98 comments:

  1. What a great block design, I love those retro dressed trick or treaters on the fabric and the finished wall hanging is very wicked :)

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  2. Charming and oh so vintage. Thank you for sharing.

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  3. Oh so cute fabric! The block design is great & the wall hanging is fabulous!

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  4. What a great wall hanging Amy! Love the fussy cut centers and your little Frankenstein looks perfect with it!

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  5. What sweet little prints to highlight in your fussy cut blocks! Just the cutest wall hanging.

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  6. Oooh they are all lovely -I love the border print too. Thanks for sharing.

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  7. Very nice wall hanging! I like the design with the small squares.

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  8. Really cute project and that fabric is so nice!

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  9. Love your hanging! It looks really cute. Love the fabrics. I hope lots of little ghouls visit your door trick-or-treating.

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  10. Your wall hanging is super cute. Love it. Thanks for sharing
    Britt-Inger in Sweden

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  11. Well done on your fussy-cutting it is perfect!

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  12. What a very nice wall hanging. Love the border fabric also. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  13. Your wallhanging is fantastic and love the fusy cut blocks,excellent!

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  14. Your project is wonderful and so creative. Thank you for sharing your wickedness today!

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  15. Ohhh I love your wallhanging, that is so beautiful !

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  16. Amy this is a brilliant piece....each block as sweet as the next and the result...well downright awesome

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  17. Great blocks! the fabric was perfect for fussy cutting - thank you for sharing!

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  18. That fabric is terrific. Love how you set the blocks for the wall hanging. Great look. Thanks so much for Hopping with us.

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  19. I love those sweet little faces in your fabric. What a fabulous way to set off your blocks!!

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  20. very cute. I love the vintage looking fabric with the children on it. Your blocks came together nicely.

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  21. Oh my goodness, they are wicked cute!! I can see why you fell in love with it!

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  22. I love it Amy , those little characters are just too cute!

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  23. love it!!! I don't blame you for using this instead., very cute

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  24. Hi!!! Your blocks are very cute and wicked!!!

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  25. Adorable wall hanging! Love the vintage eel of the kids in costumes! Thanks!

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  26. what a cute runner, love that fabric

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  27. very cute ! love the door stopper too
    in stitches

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  28. I love this. So cute! I have the same fabric sitting at home. No idea what to do with it, it just caught my eye. :)

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  29. Where did you find the panel for your table runner? Very cute.

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  30. Super cute wall hanging. Thanks for sharing your talent.

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  31. How cute! Love your paving block Frankie, too!

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  32. Very CUTE! Love how your corners turned out when you added the borders! Beautiful!! Added it to my favorites for a future project! Thanks for sharing!

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  33. Hi Amy! Love your wall hanging. The colors are some of my favorites. Thank you for sharing.

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  34. Loved your wall hanging and super cute Frankenstein!!

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  35. Amy, your wall hanging is just adorable! Great job!

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  36. Amy, It is darling! I love the main fabric and your choices to go with it.

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  37. Oh my goodness I love this! I've not seen the fabric but I can see why you had to have it - I'm jealous you have it and I don't. :) blessings, marlene

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  38. Love the fabric choice...I want to go trick or treating.

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  39. Super, super cute fabric...love your runner!! Adorable, great job Amy, thanks for sharing!!

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  40. That fabric is really cute. I like the less spooky kind for Halloween so love that. I also like how the blocks had those extra squares in the design when put together.

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  41. Super cute fabrics, more than super cute runner! Adorable - thanks for sharing!

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  42. I love your wall hanging! I like the old fashioned pictures and postcards too of the different Holidays. Great job!
    hulseybg@gmail.com

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  43. You did a wickedly beautiful job with your fussy cutting, blocks, and wall hanging. Love them!

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  44. Just unbelievabley wicked and cute.
    Children must love them....

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  45. This is so very cute! Beautiful work.

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  46. So wickedly cute. I love what you have done. Thanks for sharing your Wickedness with us. See you the 26th, MY Day!!!!

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  47. Sew Incredibly Cute! Thanks for participating in the Wicked hop!

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  48. "Sew" far this has been my favorite. This is totally the cutiest. Thanks for the parade of pictures.

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  49. Very sweet wall hanging.
    Thanks for hopping along with us!

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  50. Too cute - those kids are adoreable! Thanks for sharing and for hopping :o)

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  51. Your blocks are super cute and I love the design of the wall hanging!

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  52. What cute fabric you chose...love your blocks and finished wall hanging..TFS!!

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  53. Love the little kiddies- Thanks for sharing/

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  54. Your blocks are adorable!! I love them put together in a wallhanging. Gorgeous!!!!

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  55. Rosemary B here:
    Your blocks are so cute!! and your finished project is just wicked adorable!!
    thank you for sharing. Love the purple accents

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  56. Love your blocks, Thanks for sharing

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  57. Wow! Great fabric, terrific block design. I love them separately, but they are awesome finished! Thanks for sharing.

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  58. Seriously adorable! I never would have put all of that together, but it's just perfect in your wall hanging!

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  59. Oh, how cute! I have that fabric (and other kid fabrics) and never would have thought of a wall hanging.

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  60. Totally adorable fabric. Is there anything cuter than little people dressed up for Halloween? Your blocks turned into a cute hanging or table runner.

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  61. adorable! I've been hoarding the Alexander Henry fabric for years--how did you cut into it? Your wall hanging is a real treat--especially the corner squares with alternating colors!

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  62. Adorable!! :) Looks great as a wall hanging too -the corners add a cool effect. Very nice!

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  63. They are adorable. I love the Vintage also. Thank you for sharing.

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  64. Very cute. I love those little characters on your fabrics. Great project Amy!

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  65. Amy that is such adorable fabric where did you find it? I loved your wall hanging, thanks so much for sharing

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  66. such a sweet wall hanging and I also am a vintage card lover!

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  67. Your blocks are wonderful and I like the fabrics you choose to compliment. Thanks for sharing.

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  68. I love your wall hanging, so sweet. Good job.
    Happy Halloween!
    cheers
    maggie

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  69. Oh I love that fabric. I had it in white & made a quilt! So cute what you did with it. Nice job!

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  70. You are so right, that print is adorable. I like your blocks and the wall hanging a lot. Great project.

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  71. That ended up being one nice looking wallhanging! Love it. Thanks for sharing.

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  72. Adorable! Creative! Outstandingly wicked!
    Emma

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  73. Cute! I especially love the Frankenstein monster on top!

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  74. What a cute hanging. I like how you connected them all and the border. :)

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  75. I love how you framed the blocks. It really shows them off.

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  76. I love the way you put the blocks together. They look great. The final border fabric on the wall hanging looks really good.

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  77. Oh, this is too cute! I'd love to try this...

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  78. Another great project, Amy! This is just beautiful and I could see it being a family heirloom piece that your kids will want one day on their own tables. Thanks for sharing at Hookin On Hump Day!

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  79. Your hanging is terrific and those kids are as sweet as Halloween candy treats!
    Thank you for sharing :)

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  80. Love your great blocks. Wonderful Halloween colors.

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  81. What a great idea! I love your blocks. Those kids are sweet! Thanks so much for sharing.

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  82. This is so cute! I've never fussy cut either. I can't seem to get past the waste but I think there is waste no matter what you do so I should jump on it. I love the corners of your wall hanging too! Thanks for sharing!

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  83. Amy, your blocks are incredibly cute! You made a fabulous wallhanging from them. Love it!

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  84. Super cute! Love how they come together and love the green quilting thread. :)

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  85. Darling vintage blocks -- I love these! Great job! :)

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  86. Fantastic how you framed the funny wicked fabric, beautiful!

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  87. This is extremely cute!!!

    T'onna

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