Monday, October 20, 2014

Black Cat Crossing Hop

Wicked Wendy has the Schedule HERE
Hello and welcome to My Stop
of the Wicked
Black Cat Crossing Hop

I choose to pick out three different patterned
fabrics from the adorable Maywood Studio's
Black Cat Crossing.
I worked up a table runner
with them.
I also added a little
chalkboard fabric in the center.
The kids enjoy writing fun notes.
I am not really the scary
Halloween type, so
this is the cutest tombstone
that I could come up with. 
Can you tell that I am enjoying the
chalkboard fabric. 


Go check out what the
other Ghouls and Goblins
created for the hop.
 
Tuesday, October 21



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92 comments:

  1. How wickedly cute. I don't like scary either cuz I'm a scardy cat! Really!!!

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  2. Amy, love the table runner and the spooky mini quilt! Your use of the chalkboard fabric is sew unique. Thank you for sharing.

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  3. Amy, these are adorable, I hadn't heard of Chalkboard Fabric, looks pretty nifty!! Thanks for sharing your amazing talents with us Amy, they are always sew over the top!! Have a Great Day!!
    Huggs, Nancy

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  4. Love your table runner and tombstone, Amy, really cute! Have to get a hold of some chalkboard fabric.

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  5. What a lovely runner! I think the chalk board fabric is fantastic for little ones (or big). And your mini is cute - Humpty was pushed, HA!

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  6. Your idea to use chalkboard fabric was sew creative. The table runner turned out great!

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  7. How fun! You have inspired me to get out that chalkboard fabric and do something with it. Thanks! "Humpty was pushed" made me laugh out loud. Thanks for sharing your creations with us. :-)

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  8. Wow so beautiful
    Love cucki xx

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  9. FUN! I will try that chalkboard fabric- someday...... Does it hold up after a machine washing?

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  10. These are lovely - I haven't seen chalkboard fabric so will have to go and investigate!

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  11. Kid friendly! Knocked this one out of the park! xox

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  12. Running over here to tell you how much I love your runner and sweet banner....one of your pumpkins looks like the real thing...lovely indeed...

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  13. Cute! I like the chalkboard fabric element. Very Creative.

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  14. I like your tombstone and your use of the chalk fabric. Very cute

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  15. Sew different and creative use of the fabrics. Thanks for sharing.

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  16. It looks amazing! I love the fact that you can actually write on the stone! Poor Humpty.....You made me giggle. Thank you.

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  17. I have been so looking forward to this hop since it was announced. Your project is awesome and you definitely inspired your readers.

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  18. I love your projects, especially the table runner! The chalkboard fabric is a great idea.

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  19. Your spooky projects are awesome. Love them. Thanks for sharing your creativity

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  20. Those are cute Amy, and what great use of the chalkboard fabric!

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  21. Those are very cute. I enjoy the cuter parts of Halloween too.

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  22. great Amy!!! You always entertain us with fantastic projects

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  23. Oh your projects are just adorable and I'm sure the messages on the chalkboard fabric will continue to change every day. Great idea. My kids would love that too.

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  24. I love that tablerunner! and your photography is superb! Great job!

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  25. Oh my gosh, if those aren't just the cutest!!! Love the chalk board fabrics added to it. What a fun way to let the kids play! Your decorations are so much fun! Guess I have to trick or treat at your house this year! LOL!!

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  26. Amy Starlet, your creations are always spook- tack -you -lair ! What a great use of chalk board fabric, I've seen it, but had no idea what one would do with it. KEY-YOUT !

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  27. Cute, cute stuff Amy! What a great idea for the table runner - chalk fabric in the center. I bet my grandchildren would love that. :) blessings, marlene

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  28. What fun Amy! Love the chalk board fabric, in fact have a small bit I've had for quite some time and never used ... however, your projects are inspiring! Thank you so much for sharing your wicked fun with us today :)

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  29. Very cute projects. Especially love the tombstone. How fun to write different funny epitaphs everyday. I'll have to look for some chalkboard fabric. Have a 1 yr old grandson who will be able to enjoy that soon. Thanks for sharing all your fun projects.

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  30. love the chalkboard fabric....looks really pretty. I really want some now. Mmmm shopping. :)

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  31. Never thought about chalkboard fabric! How does it wash? Where do you get it?

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  32. I've never used chalkboard fabric in anything, but this is a great idea I just might have to try. Cute runner and tombstone!

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  33. Fun interactive quilt...I'll bet you will continue to come up with fun sayings :)

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  34. Wow, I have never seen the chalkboard fabric in use! Love it!! I need to find some!

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  35. These are just darling! Your use of the chalkboard fabric really adds the spark!

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  36. I LOVE your chalkboard projects! Adorable!!!

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  37. what a great idea to add the chalkboard fabric to your table runner!!! love it!!!

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  38. I LOVE your table runner. And I had no idea chalkboard fabric existed - how fun!

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  39. How Wickedly Fun to include the chalkboard fabric and let the kids write notes. Terribly Cute Tombstone Too. Thank you sew very much for participating and hopping. Creative Black Cat Crossing Bliss...

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  40. What a great idea, using chalk board fabric in the center for kids to write. I seen that fabric in books but not in person and was wondered if it would work the way they said. Anyway, your ideas and disigns are great!

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  41. Love your use of the chalk board fabric. Your projects are wonderful, great job on the table runner.

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  42. Love the table runner and the tomb stone is too cute!

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  43. Cute projects…like the chalk board fabric…sew fun!!

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  44. Love your playful take on Halloween, Amy! Those chalkboard panels in each of your projects makes them clever and fun along with being adorable (love your fabric choices too). Wicked good. ;o)

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  45. Clever use of that chalkboard fabric. Love your projects!

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  46. Love your projects, the chalkboard fabric is a terrific idea.

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  47. Fun blog, thank for the cool ideas.

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  48. I love your projects. Chalkboard fabrics ... what a great idea ... beautifully done. Your always inspire me, Amy. Thanks for sharing ... :) Pat

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  49. The chalkboard fabric is awesome!! I've never seen that before. And both your projects are perfect, I especially love the table runner!!

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  50. Fantastic Halloween decors and the chalk fabric is brilliant!!

    -Soma

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  51. Talk about an ORIGINAL!!!!! What a great idea!!! You did a beautiful job!!!! And I might just have to steal your brilliant idea for my gbs!!!!! GREAT JOB!

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  52. Such a great idea with the chalkboard fabric. And I see your sewing space is coming along nicely! Love the tombstone, I may have to use that for next year's project...
    ~Brandy

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  53. I've seen that fabric everywhere mostly with kids things. But you made it better. Great ideas and sew good looking.a

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  54. You clever puss ;) These are fantastic!

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  55. I've never seen chalkboard fabric before. Love it!

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  56. all three are adorable. Love the table runner.

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  57. Very cute projects! The chalkboard fabric is fun.

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  58. Both of your projects are pretty awesome. The chalkboard fabric sounds like it would be a lot of fun.

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  59. Your photos make your lovely projects really stand out!! That gorgeous autumn sun shines in such a way, low in the sky, azure blue, and wispy white clouds to make any item look gorgeous. Nice job and yes, you used the chalkboard fabric well. I don't know that I've seen any?
    Blessings
    Gmama Jane

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  60. Nice job. A great use for chalkboard fabric. I'm guessing your kids love it.

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  61. Lovely! Thanks so much for sharing...I always enjoy seeing your projects! Beth @ Words & Stitches. pbstrand@msn.com

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  62. I love your table runner. The Hallowe'en grouping on the lawn is really cool, great photo .This is the first that I have heard of chalkboard fabric, how cool it that.

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  63. Great job, great Halloween decorating. Think chalkboard fabric will ever be improved, so that it will erase cleanly? Then again, kids don't care...it's still fun.

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  64. I love the way you used chalkboard fabric in your great projects! I don't like to scare my Trick-or-Treaters, so your tombstone is perfect!

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  65. Very cute! The chalkboard fabric is a nice touch.

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  66. These are sooo cute, Amy. I had a big smile on my face as I looked at them. I prefer these much better than the scary, spooky stuff. Great job!

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  67. Hi Amy! Your flag and runner are so much fun. I haven't seen the chalk fabric before and I think you did a great job incorporating it into your pieces. This is the perfect "stuff" for kiddos! Loved it, thanks!

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  68. Amy your runner is incredible...love your pictures! And ya know....I was always suspicious where Humpty was concerned! :)

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  69. Cute runner and I love the idea of using chalkboard fabric. Happy Halloween.

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  70. Super cute, Amy. Great idea with the chalkboard fabric. I've always wondered what to do with it. Always winning projects to see.

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  71. Oh, how darling are these - great idea with the chalkboard fabric! Sweet.

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  72. I love you runner I have to remember about chalkboard paint!

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  73. LOL...So...Humpty thinks he was pushed!! Cute projects and I think the chalkboard fabric is so creative.

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  74. Your projects are very nice. That chalkboard fabric does look fun.

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  75. Great projects Amy! What a great way to use the chalkboard fabric!

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  76. You are "Sew Incedibly Crazy", I love the projects and the chalkboard fabric just give you horus of changing word. Love it.

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  77. I hope we have nice warm weather for Halloween, or at least not pouring rain like last year.

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  78. Very cute, love all of your projects. I have been using that chalk fabric in placemats for my grand sons.

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  79. Hi!!!! Very cute!!!!! I was pushed! Cracked me up!!!!! Thank for the fun!!!!

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  80. I am wicked late posting comments, but kiddies have birthday and we are organizing parties after parties, which means baking and cooking whole nights and days long.....
    I saw this chalkboard fabric in a shop, but I never bought it up to now. Is it easy to work with? Great idea, might be something for my shopping list in the kitchen !

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  81. What a fascinating project idea and of course Sew clever!

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  82. I love your layered pumpkins! Inspired me!

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  83. I really liked your table runner and all the other fun items with chalk board fabric. I don't that I've seen in the Houston area

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