Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Halloween Swap Quilt

The Halloween Swap quilt is now back from the quilter.
I participated in this swap last year, led by Jane of Jane's Fabrics and Quilts.

We were asked to make (12) "theme" blocks and (1 2) 9-patch blocks and send them to Jane. She put us in groups of 12 who did the same. Once she had all of our blocks, she sent back 24 blocks from our group members.

Patti Morse did the very creative machine quilting.




Some of the blocks were 3-D. This quilter used glow in the dark thread and added a fuzzy spider.



This block was taken from a Buggy Barn design. Love the dangling legs.

We each decided how to set the blocks. I knew I wanted to have some Texture Magic in the quilt, and used it in the corner stones.

There are a lot of fun Halloween fabrics out there right now at good prices because it's off season. I love the ones I found for the border and the backing.
*Some of you have e-mailed me and asked how you can participate in this same swap. Sorry, the swap is over. But if you like the idea, you could always start a swap of your own.

10 comments:

Jane's Fabrics and Quilts said...

Oh it looks wonderful!!! I love how you added the sashing, really brings it all together. also love the quilting, it turned out great! I am in the process of quilting mine!! Hence, WIP!!!

Mel said...

Beautiful!! I love it - it inspires me to finish mine!!

Jackie said...

Nedra, It looks fabulous!! Now, I really need to get mine out. I love it. I think I may do sashing like your, do you mind??

Material Mary said...

Your quilt is darling. You got it done in time for this year!!
Mary

Rowlesgirl said...

I love this quilt! I am a big vintage Halloween junkie. I totally wish I would have been into quilting when this swap started, I am a newbie and getting great ideas for this year.

Vivian said...

Totally cool quilt. I love the bright colors and bold designs of Halloween fabrics.
Fabulous quilting.

West Michigan Quilter said...

I love your quilt and especially like the way you have quilted it. Must have been fun working around those feet. You've inspired me to get my blocks put together. Thanks.

call me crazy said...

Very cute! :-)

Kris said...

The quilt itself is fabulous and the excellent quilting job makes it even better!!

Library said...

I love how you put it together. I am in the process of sewing my blocks together. I will be so excited to see it all finished.