Saturday, September 18, 2010

Eerie Alley, finished

It's a gray, gloomy day, and the cobwebs are gathering on the shed, making it a perfect place to show you this cute little quilt!
I pieced some of those hearses into the back:
And here it is looking extra-creepy, with teenager included! 

And here's the finished wall hanging. Well, I think it's finished. I might take it apart again and add some batting and quilt it. Or I might add some embroidery. But I like it the way it is, too.

Some of the details include ribbons and stickers that were included in the package I won from Robert Kaufman Fabrics.

Well, that was a lot of fun. Now I'm going to make a Strawberry Shortcake dress for a certain 4-year-old to wear for Halloween!


lolo said...

All the best of Halloween, crafting, and creativity. You put my thoughts about Halloween into words just exactly right----including the candy reference! I secretly adore candy corn, I love the chance to play dress ups, and your quilt and wall hanging contain all the fun and shivery delight of the day. Nothing about Satan has anything to do with any of that creativity!

Hope you're having a lovely fall. Your art work is amazing, and makes me wonder what I'm doing with all of my time! When I grow up, I want to be just like you!

bethany said...

that certain 4-year old decided that she also wants to be a boa constrictor.

eileensideways said...

what a great wallhanging. i love the size of it. perfect for displaying. the little charms certainly add to the whimsy of it.