Monday, October 5, 2009

Halloween Row Quilt is Finished!

Thank you so much to everyone for all your lovely comments about my Halloween quilt, I really do appreciate each and everyone. I can't always reply to each person but I read everyone and love to hear from you. The name of the pattern is "Halloween Row Quilt", I had a few questions on the pattern name. The quilt is 52"x61", a little smaller than the original pattern only by a few inches.

Here is a closer look at the spider legs. I used Aurifil wool thread and a funky stitch on my Janome. The eyes are tiny buttons I found at Micheal's. If you are looking for this pattern check out this shop.

Happy Stitching.

35 comments:

Ariane said...

Such a cute Halloween Quilt. I love it.

connie or said...

I agree....cute and I love it, too!

Lynn said...

I didn't see the spiders before - they are so cute - usually I don't find them cute - but these are adorable. Love the different stitches - really a happy halloween quilt.

Quilt Hollow said...

Fantastic creativity of use of those fancy stitches on the machine for the legs!! It's wonderful.

Jackie said...

Love the quilt and the detail is terrific!

Annette said...

I don't like spiders but I think I love yours. Such a cute Halloween quilt.

julieQ said...

This is such a cutie! Love those spiders especially.

Fiesta said...

beautiful! I love how those pumpkins look. did you needleturn them??

Quilts And Pieces said...

Those spiders are just too funny!

KSedlak said...

Wendy, the quilt turned out so cute. Your daughter is going to enjoy that for so many years. What a delightful gift. I love the little spiders. The legs are really cool.

Lynn said...

this quilt is gorgeous!!!! I love the rich autumn colors. It's so cute!!!! The spiders came out very nice, I like the funky stitch you used. Your daughter is going to LOVE it!

The Patchwork Apple- Jane said...

Really love your Halloween Quilt. The colours are so warm and rich.
We're not really big on Halloween 'Down Under' but I do love looking at the craziness!

Vicki W said...

What a cute quilt and the spider legs are a great detail.

paulette said...

This quilt is gorgeous!! Love the spider legs! The stitch is perfect (thanks for the close-ups!!) Paulette

Shirleymac said...

Ack.. don't check the shop yet! I don't have the price so I can't put it up!! On Wed evening hopefully it will be there as long as the owner is in that day.

Carol said...

Wendy it's wonderful...love the spiders.

Kaaren said...

I absolutely love it Wendy! It's a winner for sure!

Darlene said...

Cute, cute, cute!

Libby said...

Now those are spiders I could like *s*

Judy in Michigan said...

It's wonderful!! Your choice of fabrics is superb. Do you happen to know the author/company of the pattern? Thanks - this is so different from your Jo Morton's but equally awesome.

Lori said...

So sweet!!!!! Great job!

Beth said...

This is Spooktacular!!! I just love it - especially those big spiders :)

Sweet P said...

I love your Halloween quilt! Great job on it.

Judy said...

Just fantastic!!

Thimbleanna said...

It's beautiful! I love the pretty burnt orange color too!

Shakerwood Primitives said...

Just wonderful....not too scary and not too cutsie.

Carrie P. said...

That is just too cute. Love the detail on the spiders. Great job.

yellowfarmhouse said...

Dang Wendy that quilt is adorable - I love those spider legs, way to cute. Hope life is treating you good :). I'm behind in blogging and visiting but will catch up after this crazy month of October :).

Hugs - Karen

tich said...

Love the quilt!! Can't make up my mind whether I like the spiders or the bats best. The colours are wonderful!!
tich

carole ann said...

Such a very cute quilt, love all of the detail

Sherry said...

Your Halloween quilt is just too darn cute!! Love those spidey legs. LOL Great job!

Red Geranium Cottage said...

Sooo cute Wendy. Love those spider legs.

Michelle said...

Too cute!

Lynn E said...

Halloween is my favorite holiday! This quilt is fantastic! I just think the spiders are the best. There is an orange skull fabric in one of your rows. Where did you get this fabric! I gotta get me some!

Candace said...

Wow - you version is fantastic, Wendy - actually much better than the one on the pattern cover - LOL! I can't wait to make this for next Halloween!
Cheers!