Friday, November 4, 2011

Hidden Wells Ghastlie Edition

Oh that Alexander Henry. He has done it again. OR, I guess I should say "they" have done it again. I'm guessing that there is not a little man, named Alexander sitting in a corner, designing off the wall designs.

Most are a little off color, just the way I like it, and some are even a little irreverent. Even better yet!
                    :-)


Alexander Henry, I have long loved your crazy fabrics, but you pulled out the stops on this line. There's nothing more sadistic than these Ghastlie prints with all the social misfits on it! Speaks to my heart, and "NO" please don't ask!

This Ghastlie creation is a "Hidden Wells" quilt. Who would use this Avocado green and pink in a Halloween print you ask? I love it because it is the absolute, least likely Halloween colors, one could imagine. Am I right??

Now,  if you have never made a Hidden Wells quilt, it is great fun and a fantastic way to use leftover fabrics. The patterns that emerge from the strip sets thrill me every time. Of course to appreciate the delightful Ghastlie characters, I had to set it off with a border of the macabre clan. Kind of reminds you of family doesn't it!  And no Mom, don't take it personally! (Although, if the shoe fits...) 

                        Here is the strip set that turned into this Ghastlie quilt!
                         

Oddly enough, the stranger the combination, the wilder the choices of color, texture, and style of fabrics the better the results. With as little as 1/4 yard of at least 5 fabrics you can create a fun, mini size "wells" quiltie, for yourself.

For those who know me, I'm a hidden wells fanatic. This pattern is no longer in print, but there are some great online resources. I have even written a tutorial that you can find HERE.

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Now we all know it would be a Ghastlie sin, to waste a thread of this incredible fabric.
I have had a great time coming up with projects, to use the leftovers on.

Let me just share a few with you!

Large Trivet Tuxedo
for those Hauntingly hot pans!

Mug Rug
For my Witches Brew!

Transylvania Towels!





Ye Ole Family Tree!
(inspired by all you Ghastlie girls and your projects)



Lastly
My personal favorite.
These Ain't No Ruby Slippers!!!!
You gotta just love feet with that face on em!
Kind of like, a walk in the park with my alter ego.
:-)

 Hope you had as much fun with this Ghastlie Blog Hop as we all have.
Here's to thee, the other 53!  Bloggers who have inspired me, and quite possibly turned me into a  bigger Ghastlie Monster, than I already was... And that's just plain scary!!


I promised my fellow blog sista's, I would share the story of  my
 secret love affair with Alexander Henry...
But,  your gonna have to wait. That's another post, all in itself.
:-)
Check back!
You'll see it here real soon, and it promises to be a raucously good time!


Lastly, a big thanks to The Ghastlies, you have definitely put the "FUN" in Halloween for us all!!

OH

And on that note, I "thinks" a give-a-way might be in order.

(photo compliments of My Memories software)

Here's your chance to win this Ghastlie Notebook, aka "Daily Doodler" 
What better place to store all your Ghastlie thoughts.
Complete with a zipper pocket to keep all those Ghastlie spirits in place!
Just leave a comment and tell me your favorite Ghastlie projects from this hop.
 I will pick a winner and post it tomorrow!

Have a Ghastlie Good Day!
and
be sure to visit my other Ghastlie sista's

161 comments:

  1. You are one crazy lady. You have been having far too much fun!
    I love all your goodies. I can't believe how versatile the hidden wells pattern is. That looks fantastic. I love all your projects but I really can imagine you in those delightful slippers. Just perfect!!

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  2. Wow, enjoyed your fun post! Thanks so much! Cute projects and I am a fan of those towels!

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  3. Oh, I love this done up in the HIdden Wells - just Ghastlie!! And the slippers are real fun - oh, that green is just the most Ghastlie Halloween color I agree. (they actually made me laugh out loud - super) And the towels would make anyone thing twice about using - might lose a finger. And your notebook is a delight. Thank you for sharing such a Ghastlie good time for the last day of the HOP!!

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  4. What fun! Thank you
    I haven't heard of the hidden wells pattern before so I will be following your link
    I love your Ghastlie slippers - just perfect!

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  5. Okay, I can't decide whether I like the Transylvania towels or the Not the ruby slippers better. Great creativity. Your quilt it great too.

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  6. I have enjoyed this Ghastlie hop so much. So fun to read all the posts and so many wonderful crazy things to admire. Thanks for sharing all the marvelous projects you have sewn. I love your choice of colour combination. Your quilt is so wonderful

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  7. There are just too many Ghastlie creations to choose from! But, I think the little coffin is my favourite. Thanks for the chance, Dianne

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  8. I love your slippers in particular.

    You've obviously had lots of fun.

    Thanks too for the HW tutorial. Guess what I'm doing this weekend?

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  9. Great post and wonderful projects I am coming back to check out the tutorial for the quilt ,just love it.

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  10. All your Ghastlie projects are amazing and while the quilt is my favorite, those adorable slippers come in a close second. How fun they look!
    I feel like I already won a prize with the Hidden Wells tutorial link but thank you for an entry into your giveaway!
    The Ghastlies have been so much fun to follow!
    Patti

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  11. I was away during the Ghastly Blog Hop but looks like you certainly had fun!! Love all of your creations!

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  12. I love your giveaway, I totally need one of those to store all my ghastlie thoughts in.
    I love all your items too and especially the comment about the colours. They are brilliant together, thanks so much for sharing your projects, thoughts and ideas.

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  13. my favorite list is getting longer. but your slippers have made the list. love that green.

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  14. LOVE the Hidden Wells Quilt - thanks for the tutorial!
    There have been so many gorgeous projects that I couldn't pick one favourite. A few that stand out for me are:
    Mrs Tiramisue's ghastlie quilt; Mrs Tonya's scrappy pillow; Mrs Gooden's outfits; Mrs Corrie's dolls; bags, mug rugs, aprons, quilts - love 'em all!!

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  15. your projects are great. especially loved yours and many of the other sistahs quilts! Thanks for sharing!

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  16. Love the quilt. And the ideas you've given me from your other projects. It's funny, 4 days ago I had never heard of this fabric line, now I have a head full of ideas, nine yards of fabric ordered and more orders planned. Oops :)

    Thanks for sharing. These guys are so much cooler than the average family.

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  17. I have to say I have seen many great projects during this hop but your slippers absolutley top the charts! I so want a pair. Love them!! I take notes all day at work so your notebook cover would be great for me! Thank you so very much.

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  18. I love all of your projects. The slippers, though, made me giggle! What a clever idea! Wearing them every day would definitely put a smile on my face if I were you!

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  19. LOVE your projects! A Ghastlie Family Tree.. I love it! I will have to pull out my scraps and try a mini wells quilt.. your quilt looks awesome! Great Job! Ms. Carrie Ghastlie

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  20. I love, love, love the pink and avocado too!! Can those slippers get any cuter??? Wonderful projects!

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  21. Oh my goodness what a collection of Ghastlie goodies! Your Hidden Wells quilt is wonderful - I actually still have that pattern/book and ran across it this week when cleaning out a shelf. I'm going to get it out and see what I can come up with. I've been watching your trivets for a while but this one is my favorite of all! And the Transylvania towels will be on my to-do list for the weekend. :) But Joan I really have to know - how in the world did you do the slippers? Please, a tutorial? blessings, marlene

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  22. Oh my gosh, love the avocado green. The slippers are to die for, and the quilt and mug rug are rocking - you are a very creative person. I have to following you:)

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  23. I don't think I've seen the hidden wells pattern before. Very nice. I love that daily doodler. Great job.

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  24. Great Ghastlies! Of course the slippers are the cutest/wildest/funniest creation.

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  25. What Ghastlie fun thing you have created. Your slippers are fantastic! My favorite project from the entire blog hop...that is a tough question. I would have to say Tiramisue's project blew my doors off. There were so many other fantastic creations. Everyone did such a phenomenal job. Thank you for the chance to win your doodle book.

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  26. Wow, talk about having fun! I've never seen the hidden wells pattern but a quick link answered my questions--yes, it's easy1! Thanks for sharing your creative gifts with us on this fine, chilly morning! Wish I had some slippers as cute as yours right now!!

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  27. Your projects are sew Ghastlie cute. Love the quilt, the mug rugs and the little notebook cover. Thanks for sharing all of your projects and for the great giveaway.

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  28. I too am having a really hard time picking just one favorite Ghastly project from all the fantastic ones showcased during this hop but your slippers certainly earned high marks. Thank you all so much for such an enjoyable way to spend my mornings (ans sometimes be late getting out the door in the process).

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  29. I don't know that I could pick just one favorite. They were all fantastic. I guess I really love the quilt, no the towels, no the slippers, oh just forget it, I can't do it. Thanks for sharing and for your giveaway.

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  30. Oh goodness! The towels and the slippers were my favorites.. I think..perhaps I'm jsut in love with all of the projects.

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  31. Oh favorite projects...hard to pick. But I love your slippers..too cute. The coffin quilt..Selinas bags...too many to remember. thank you for this chance to win again.

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  32. Let me just say...I got to the slippers and went us and hit the follow button!!! I LIVE IN MY SLIPPERS and you put them together with Ghastlies material!! sick I say!! L-O-V-E!!! I have had such a great time on the Ghastlie journey and am so sad that is done! I want more... LOL

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  33. You are as sick as I am, with the Ghastlie flu, of course. You've also been as busy as a bee, making all this beautiful Ghastlie goodness. My favorite project from this blog hop, are your Ghastlie (beautiful) slippers, I love their fuzziness. Happy hopping! ;->

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  34. I love the Hidden Wells quilt!! I have never seen that pattern before and I love it!!

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  35. those little towels are just adorable!

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  36. Oh my what fun projects! I never heard of a hidden well quilt before. Will have to check that out. Love your slippers! Great ideas abound. Favorite from the hop...really there were so many how can you choose? Loved them all...that's why I'm a Ghastlie sistah...Mrs. dawn Ghastlie

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  37. Amazing! Thank you for the chance.

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  38. I liked your hidden wells quilt the best. I also read your tutorial and when I get some time I am going to try it with some strips. Thanks for sharing.

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  39. You did a great job on this! I guess my favorite is the Hidden Wells quilt! or the slippers!!! or the fancy mug rugs!!!! oh well, I loved it all!

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  40. Those slippers are a scream! Love them and all your other Ghastlie Goodies!

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  41. Those slippers are just simply Ghastlie....all of your projects were just wonderful!

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  42. Your slippers are so awesome. I'd have to make a pair with Prudence, though, since that's my dog's name!

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  43. There have been some great projects in this hop but I gotta say I LOVE your family tree with a tombstone top. Perfect!

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  44. LOL...You had me laughing. Seriously! Thanks for sharing your projects. Love the family tree idea!!

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  45. I love all your projects but I think your slippers are my favorite. I love slippers. The towels were great too.

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  46. Oh slippers family tree. Oh these I love..you certainly been stitching your flu away. How incredible that you accomplished sew much...proud to call you a sixth

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  47. WOW! That is all I can honestly say was my first thoughts in reading your post. Please tell me you live close enough to me so I can come peek over your shoulder to learn how to make such amazing things like you've just shown to us?!

    Not only are all these projects awesome, but so original too. I love the family tree and coming from someone wearing slippers with a hole in the bottom of the right foot your adorable slippers caught my eye. Those are so cool.

    The trivets are just beautiful even if they are Ghastlie as well. lol I really like the way you've added the flying geese and windmills to the side of them. Great idea.

    And finally, I have never heard of a hidden wells quilt. It looks beautiful so I will surely be taking a peek at the tutorial to find out more. Thank you and thank you for showing us all the things you've created. All just beautiful.

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  48. Your creativity is inspiring and your projects are sooo cool!! Where do you find the time to create such fantastic items? I love the trivet and mug rug and am determined that maybe I can even tackle a project like that. I dream of the day when I am talented enough to do the others...*sigh*

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  49. I love your post...it was FUN! And the slippers are just the cutest! We will all want some of those now! Love your sweet giveaway! Thanks! ♥

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  50. I just cannot pick a favorite overall. Of your projects, I adore the slippers and tea towels. I would love a chance to win the daily doodler! Thank you!

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  51. Oh Mrs Joan...Oh Mrs Joan...Oh Mrs Joan...your Ghastlie creations have me stuttering with appreciation! I think my favorite just might be the slippers!

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  52. Your quilt just made me giggle with delight! I love the green & pink!

    I'd love the chance for a doodler!

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  53. I would have to agree with you, in that those slippers are my favorite too!
    I've seen lots of Hidden Wells quilts and yours is a treat for the eye! Well done!

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  54. Thank you Sistah Ghastlie! I would love to have one of your creations too. Mrs. Joan, thanks for sharing your fabulous projects. Think I am coming down with a Ghastlie FLU!

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  55. Your projects are so much fun. I love the Hidden Wells pattern - I made one several years ago but might need to make another.

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  56. I love your blog, so I must follow! I think you are just Ghastlie, and a little Moosey too!
    Love the slippers, your pattern?
    And as for the quilt, well, I must check out your tut for "Hidden Wells" It is fantastic!

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  57. The slippers you created are my all time Ghastlies favorite project. Very clever. Thank you for making this so much fun.

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  58. Oh my - I have to pick only ONE?
    I guess it would be the slippers!

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  59. You have the most creative ideas for using the Ghastlies, but those slippers take the cake! THE CUTEST!

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  60. The BAT!!! Followed by the coffin... and then everything!!!

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  61. Thanks for your great projects and fun post. Enjoyed the Ghastlie hop and look forward to next year. I also became a follower!

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  62. You truly caught the Ghastlie flu and it shows in all these wonderful projects. Love them! Thanks for sharing.

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  63. OMG I LOVE LOVE LOVE your Ghastlie slippers! So cute! Any chances of a tutorial coming with it?! Thanks so much for sharing with us!!!

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  64. Love the slippers!!! Also would love to win your prize. I have had so much fun peeking at all the Ghastlie doings.

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  65. With all of this you are asking me to pick a Ghastlie favorite? The Towels were a Nice Surprise as well as the Family tree. They are just all too lovely!! I would like to win the fancy doodler though!! Yes, this has been a whole lot of fun!!

    Huggs, Nancy

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  66. Your post is sew funny! I Love your projects - they are awesome! I'm a new follower!

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  67. I just love the Ghastlie fabrics and would like to win anything made with them. Thanks

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  68. Your projects are adorable!!! I LOVE those slippers!

    I made a couple of Hidden Wells quilts years ago and had forgotten about them. It is such a fun pattern. Thanks for reminding me of it.

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  69. OMG! What a crazy bunch of ghastlie projects! The slippers are laugh out loud hilarious! I would SO wear those ... to work! And I also especially love your Transylvania Towels! Very clever. Where do you ghastlie sistahs get all your ideas?!

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  70. I do love all your Ghastlie projects especially those slippers. Methinks you might do a tutorial on those!! I am now a follower of your blog, and am happy to have found you, thanks to the Ghastlies!

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  71. Love the slippers.....Need a pair..Thanks for the chance to win..Love this Ghastlie affair..

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  72. so much fun on this blog hop.... I have marked the Hidden wells post and I am now headed into the stash... send help if I am not out in 24 hours...

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  73. So much fun -- your hand towels were particularly darling! Loved it! :)

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  74. Beautiful! I love your mug rugs, they are so cute. Your slippers are hilarious, what a creative idea! And my favorite, the towels! I have been wanting some holiday hand towels to decorate in my kitchen, but every time I see them in the store I think, "I can make something like that. I don't need to buy it." But sadly, I am the last person on my list of people to sew for. You have inspired me to move myself up on my list.
    Thanks for sharing!

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  75. Your projects are wonderful. Those are the BEST hot pads ever!!!! YOu are quite creative.

    Thanks for sharing!

    sao in Midlothian, VA

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  76. What wonderful projects. I especially loved your mug rugs! Hope I win!

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  77. Oh my i don't think you can pick 1 favorite project they are all insanely awesome! But those slippers are super cool! Great ideas. Love those Ghastlies and what you can do with them. Thank you for sharing them all with us.

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  78. Love your projects! You're really creative! Thanks so much for sharing! Have a Ghastlie Day! :)

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  79. Well, what ghastlie fun you have been having! And we've had a ghastlie fun time reading your post and viewing your fun projects. Love the slippers! I'll have to check out that quilt tute as I don't recall that particular pattern. But it looks great with the ghastlies!
    Annie

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  80. Loved all your projects, especially those Ruby Slippers and the towels.

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  81. Oh that is too hard to pick just one favorite from the hop. I love your mug rug and hot pad with familiar quilting patterns. The slippers were great as well as the family tree and you did a fabulous job on the book covers. Some of the stand-out that I recall were the very first post of that crazy bat since it did not feature any of the main Ghastlie fabric - speaking of which, I believe AH at least used to be a family and that his son or daughter did some of the art work for some of his fabrics back in the early 90's. I also love that overly embellished quilt, the cute little owls (I'm thinking I could manage one or two of those!), the Ghastlie dolls and your towels! It's like picking a favorite Ghastlie character - you just love them all and especially Ghastlie Madame Samm!

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  82. Love the slippers!!! There have been so many wonderful projects, it's impossible to choose a favorite. Quite a bunch of talented people.

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  83. My favorite project has to be the tea towels - very cute!! I also love the slippers - sweet!

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  84. Wonderful projects. I am going to have to make a hidden wells quilt. Really can't pick a favorite project. There are too many and all so different. Thanks for sharing and for the giveaway.

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  85. Great projects full of Ghastlie inspiration!! I just had to follow to see what you come up with next!

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  86. Love that Hidden Wells pattern and will bookmark your tutorial. Great idea for the leftover ghastlies. Also a favorite: the "family tree"! Plus, who wouldn't love those slippers in that lovely shade of green?
    Will be back to hear about your Alexander Henry fixation.

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  87. Super Ghastlie projects!!! Love them all...but since I have to choose my favorite it would be your amazing Hidden Wells quilt!! TFS

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  88. Your quilt is very unique and shows of the fabric quite well! Those Ghastlies have certainly given us a few smile haven't they? I broke into a smile when I saw the slippers. Very very funny! I would love to win a Ghastlie Notebook.
    Blessings
    Gmama Jane

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  89. I love all your projects but the slippers are my favorite. You are one very talented lady. Thank you for sharing. I will be following your site from now on and I am sure I will find lots and lots of inspiration.

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  90. What a great Ghastlie family! I love all of your projects - thank you for sharing!

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  91. Love all your ghastlie projects! Thanks for sharing the hidden wells tut. Please enter me to win!

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  92. Your projects are all 'over-the-top' wonderful! This has been such a fun experience!

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  93. Love those Transylvania towels! Lots of fun on these blogs.

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  94. Your creations are so wonderfully ghastly! I hadn't heard of the hidden wells pattern before and will check it out further. Love the family tree and the rest of your projects.
    Jan

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  95. Wonderful projects! I love the Hidden Wells and used to make them and still have the pattern. Thanks for sharing!

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  96. Wow I think you did have that Ghastlie Flu, you did some awesome creating. I love your slippers as well. lol. I have loved seeing all the projects and have been inspired. I don't have a favorite, I love it all! Please include me in your drawing for the notebook. I'm a new follower and thanks for a chance to win.

    missmoozie(at)gmail(dot)com

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  97. Oh, Mrs. Joan!! What wonderful creations you've made! Love the family tree... just curious if you can assign each character so someone you're related to... Can't wait to hear "the rest of the story!" Love the Ghastlie slippers - wonderful! And that adorable little notepad - maybe you'll share a tutorial for that one, too? So fun! A great ending to such a fun HOP!

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  98. Oh my goodness! You are so creative! I don't know if I can choose between the towels and the slippers for my favorite. That quilt is wonderful. Thank you for the tutorial!

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  99. love your Transylvania Towels!!! they are so cute - and of course your Hidden Wells is gorgeous.
    I'ld love to be the lucky winner ;-)
    greetings Brigitte

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  100. your slippers are the ghastliest of the ghastliest! love them to pieces ... slippers are my thing. green slippers! all your projects are ghoulishly delightful!
    thanx for the toot link.

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  101. Wow you did a beautiful job on all your Ghastlie creations. My favorite I would have to say that it is the Ghastlie Family Tree, very unique AND the quilt! :)

    Thank you so much for sharing your Ghastlie creations! :)

    Please enter me in both giveaways, I would love to get my hands on that note taker pad. :) Thanks again!!

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  102. You did an amazing job with this fabric, my favorite is the hidden wells quilt, thanks for sharing and I would love to win your giveaway!

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  103. Wow - there are a lot of followers on this blog!
    I love all the ghastlies but my favorite is the large trivet tuxedo, followed closely by the mug rug.
    I have to find some of this fabric and make a ghastlie quilt to enter in the Las Vegas quilter's show next spring!
    Gail in Vegas

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  104. That quilt pattern is fascinating! I will be trying it for sure. I love your towels too, and all of the stuff! The hop has been so fun. Many of the bags and totes have caught my eye as well!

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  105. Your projects are all so ghastly good! I especially like the slippers. Do you have any instructions to share? I have never heard of hidden wells quilts, but they do look like fun. I'm inspired to make some ghastly towels now too. Thanks for sharing your projects.

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  106. I'd love to win your notebook but OH MY, I LOVE your tip towels. They are so doggone cute.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  107. These are all just ghastlie: ) Love the family tree, so creative!

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  108. Oh my, I love the Hidden Wells quilt. I am new to quilting and have never heard of it, but yours is beautiful! I love the green and pink together. You have done an excellent job on your projects. I do believe the quilt and the slippers are my favorites, but I love all of your Ghastlie projects. Enjoyed your post, too. :D Have a blessed day.

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  109. I love all your projects. The mug rug is out of this world cute.

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  110. Sew wonderful and sew creative. I love the green and pink. All great finishes. JudyC Ghastlie

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  111. I will have to check out the tutorial for the Hidden wells - it looks like fun! There ae many great projects in this blog hop, I can't pick one favourite! Thank you for the chance to win your prize!

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  112. There have been sew many projects, but, I think I like your mug rug best. It's fun (I love pinwheels) and it has lots of color! Your little notepad cover is great. Love the ruffles.

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  113. I just can't pick one! I think my favorites are the small projects, mug rugs, notebooks, etc.

    I had never heard of a Hidden Wells quilt. Thanks for sharing, I'm gonna give it a try!

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  114. There were so many wonderful projects - each day I'd think, "This is the most wonderful idea and then the next day - no, no, this is the one!" Madame Samm shared her sewing machine cover - my first experience with Ghastlies - so that is definitely at the top. From there on...I can't make up my mind!! Do love your mug rug with the pinwheels; Super Ghastlie! I hate that the campaign is over today but I've heard a rumor that Madame Samm has others things in the making???? Yeah!

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  115. This has been my favorite blog hop. I love you towels, your slippers, your quilt and your trivet and mug rug. If I get any of this fabric I am going to have to give some of them a try. What pattern did you use for your slippers? Are they comfy?

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  116. There are so many fabulous projects that it is hard to pick just one, but your slippers are definitely at the top of the list. Fabulous!

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  117. Amazing projects! I have never heard of "hidden wells," but I am intrigued. Hands-down, my favorite project is your beautiful quilt! I love the colors. Your appliqued towels are also a hit with me. Please enter me in your giveaway. Thanks!

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  118. You have outdone yourself!!! Wow-- a fave? It's so hard to choose but I adored grammajane's table runner from today! So happy to gave found your blog thru this hop-- Its in my reader, now!!!

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  119. Your pinwheel mug rug is soooo cute!

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  120. Hi Joan your projects were just super Ghastlie and I loved them all. I have never heard of Hidden Wells quilts but I would like to know more about them. The slippers were a hoot and also dearly loved the towels. The creativity on this blog hop has just been over the top and I have enjoyed it so much. Thanks for sharing all of your Ghastlie things and I would love to win the little notebook.Blessings Sandra

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  121. Hi Joan your projects were just super Ghastlie and I loved them all. I have never heard of Hidden Wells quilts but I would like to know more about them. The slippers were a hoot and also dearly loved the towels. The creativity on this blog hop has just been over the top and I have enjoyed it so much. Thanks for sharing all of your Ghastlie things and I would love to win the little notebook.Blessings Sandra

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  122. Darling things you have made!! Thanks so much.

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  123. You made a lot of wonderful projects and I love those slippers, so fun.

    Debbie

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  124. Ok how cute are your slippers? hehe. Those are one of my favorites. I really like your quilt. I have not heard of that pattern but I have it written down now. Thanks so much for sharing all your projects with us. I'd love to be included in your giveaway please.

    Thanks for the giveaway and a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  125. Love the Hidden Wells quilt. I think the Ghastlie green colorway is the best!

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  126. Your little notebook is very cute! Thanks for sharing your lovely creations.

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  127. My gosh, I love your Ghastlie projects! Thank you for sharing, the slippers are adorable!

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  128. What fun. The whole thing says 'fun, fun, fun' to me. Thank you for sharing

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  129. I'm thinking that the slippers are the big winners. They are so terrific and so creepy at the same time. Great job.

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  130. Can I only pick one project? There have been so many that I absolutely adore! I love purses, so I'm going to just say all the Ghastlie totes and pouches and handbags that were made (hope that's not cheating) :)

    I also love your hidden wells quilt and the little notebook you're giving away. They are fantastically ghastlie! Thank you very much for sharing.

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  131. The Transylvania towels made me laugh so those are my favorite on this hop! lol i loved seeing all the quilts of course. thanks!

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  132. Hi Mrs. Joan Ghastly!

    I love all the projects you came up with for this Ghastly event! I was in love with the towels you made until I got to the slippers and oh my gosh, you blew me away! I absolutely love the slippers! I don't know how put them together but I think they are the best! Thank you so much for sharing all talents with us, I really believe you are an inspiration to all of us Ghastly hoppers!

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  133. What lovely Ghastlie slippers! Of course all your projects are just Ghastlie groovy!

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  134. Wow, this flu is really going around! I love all your goodies, especially the slippers, those you will need with the flu!!

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  135. Truly love your towels! Those are at least one of my very favorites and your slippers are so cute, too. Thanks for the opportunity and have a great day

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  136. Oh my! I don't know where to start! I thought the towels were my favorite but then I saw the family tree, and those slippers, what can I say. Everything you made is "Wonderfully Ghastlie"!

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  137. Those pink pinwheels look so good on your mug rugs.
    Oh I checked out your hidden wells tutorial, now I need to make a quilt. Your slippers are so cozy, thanks for sharing.

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  138. You have been busy sistah .... WOW luv all your projects...the slippers are darling, the quilt fabulous...the towels...you are just sEw creative....you make your sistahs proud....Mme Samm must be squealing with glee...job well done Mrs. Joan Ghastlie!! Thanks for sharing!!

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  139. Great work - you did so much. Those slippers are just too much! Love love love them!

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  140. so many too pick from, so little time. I'm liking your trivet and mug rug because you have used 'left overs' but i do like the wine/bottle/picnic tote from (?) pardon me but it is Ghastlie that i have forgotten who made that!
    as I said too many to pick, you all have been great. fitting this in to your busy lives.
    thank you thank you darlings..

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  141. Great projects!! I love the Transylvania Towels! But I think your slippers and the bat from Shape Moth are my favorites of the hop and the orange cuppa cozie on Sew I Quilt was pretty great too!! Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  142. So difficult to pick just one, but I did like the orange color and your slippers are wonderful. Thank you for the giveaway and the tutorial for the quilt.

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  143. Love your Ghastlie slippers! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  144. Its been so wonderful and so creative, I dont think I can pick one, though I love the little slippers! So cute!

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  145. Hi Joan - fabulous projects - gorgeous quilt and I love how you've done other blocks in your mug rugs - great idea - thanks for joining in the blog hop :)

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  146. Your follower button will not allow me to follow. DRAT! I am so amazed at all these Ghastlie creations. No two alike and each so unique and fabulous. Your towels and slippers are wonderful as well as the quilt and mug rugs. Love the awesome notebook cover you have made to giveaway. I would love to be included in your drawing. Thank you so much for participating in this Ghastlie Super Party.

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  147. Wonderful give away! Your quilt is wonderful. I love the slippers, so cute!

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  148. You stitched up some Ghastlie delights, my sistah!
    Fantastic quilt - you're winning me over on trying the Ghastlies in green. :o) The wallhanging, the towels and the notebook cover are fabulous, but I really love those Ghastlie slippers! Thanks for sharing your wonderful and inspiring Ghastlies.

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  149. I can't decide if I like the SLIPPERS more or the GUEST TOWELS or the MUG RUG!!! OMGosh!! You are just TOOOOOOO amazing! Thanks for the truly divine inspiration!! xo, Nan

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  150. I think your quilt is gorgeous!
    nicolesender(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  151. So much fun. Thank you for sharing all your pictures and the narrative. Love the slippers.(and everything else).

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  152. Secret love affair?? Sounds intriguing! Love the towels and the slippers! Very inspiring. Of course, I love seeing all the green too!

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  153. I love your family tree with the pink strips...just when you think youve seen it all.

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  154. What great projects! Hard to pick just one favorite, so I'd say it's a tie with the towels and slippers :) Thanks for a chance to win!

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  155. I cannot pick one favorite as they are all my favorites. The quilts are delightful, the tea cozies, the ingenious ways you All showed your talents. Your towels are pretty special though for sure. New follower, come visit me.

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  156. Your items are sooooo creative! I love the green background, which we haven't seen much of. Thanks so much!

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  157. My favorite project is the slippers. I love the green and pink combo, so different.

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  158. Hi! Greetings from Finland! I love your quilts! They are stunning!
    It's so nice to find other quilters all around the world!

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