Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Peek A Who Blog Hop


Peek a Boo
Peek a Who
Peek a What!

"Yes" it's that time again. My favorite time of the year.
When all the ghouls and goblins come out to play.
Marian just loves getting all of us together to "trick or treat" with you.
Thank you Marian for being the leader of our pack.
We really need to come up with a "fun" haunting name for you, now don't we?

Here's what's peeking at you from my yard...
My "Halloween Soup"!
(yes, I had to use the photo with the toilet planter in it)
HAHAHAHAHA
I couldn't get the name out of my head, the entire time I was stitching it.
Maybe because it's like leftovers, you just keep dumping what you have into it.
What a great way to get out all those wonderful Halloween novelty prints that we keep collecting, and do some fun fussy cutting.
I was even able to sneak in my favorite
"Peek a Who"
From Alexander Henry's "Ghastlie" Gang!
This quilt is from Lori Holt's "Farm Girl Vintage" book.
I'm not too sure this was the vision Lori had when she wrote this book,
but a quick google search for Halloween Farm Girl Vintage,
brought up a quilt I just couldn't resist.
I have no idea who to give credit too, for this fabulous layout, but I love it!
There is an add on block for the "Barn Cat" you can purchase from the 
"Fat Quarter Shop" 

We have wonderful give away's from some fabulous sponsors.



Of course you want to make sure you visit our "Hostess with the Mostess"
  HERE
Again this year, Marian has free pattern daily on her page, that's a must have.
We love you Marian!!!

I do hope you have enjoyed your romp thru my "Halloween Soup" today.
Please visit my fellow bloggers and see just what they have peeking at you!

Tuesday, October 23, 2018


til next time...
Keep on Stitchin'

79 comments:

  1. Joan, love the Halloween Soup! I think I have plenty of fabrics for a pot of my own soup. Thanks for the great idea.

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  2. Oh wow, that is so cute! I have a nice collection of Halloween fabrics too, but I have mostly made table runners with them. One day I hope to make a quilt from them. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  3. Awesome quilt. I think it is fabulous, love all the color, and the use of so many fabrics.

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  4. I love your quilt! Particularly the cute black cats and all those stars. Well done!

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  5. Love this quilt. Makes me want to make a Halloween quilt.

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  6. What an awesome Halloween quilt!

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  7. Very interesting quilt, a lot to look at.

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  8. "Soup" is just so cute. I can see the grands playing a game of 'I Spy' with it; a perfect way to use up bits and pieces. The white background really set things off nicely.

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  9. That is just fabulous. I love the Halloween version of this and it is a great way to use the prints that we tend to collect.

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  10. You are so right. she needs a "Fun" halloween name. LOL Your quilt is gorgeous. I love all the fussy cutting you did to make it boofully special. thanks for sharing and for inspiring.
    quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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    1. We are going to have to put our heads together and think on a good one :-)

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  11. Very pretty thanks for sharing and the great giveaways!
    Cork@pa.rr.com

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  12. Cute quilt. Love the title. My kids always called homemade soup, "refrigerator stew".

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  13. This is truly a great collection of blocks. Soup is a wonderful description. You're right about it being a great way to use some of the vast Halloween Fabric collection that so many of us have.

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  14. I like your pumpkins, stars and black cats Halloween quilt. I made a couple Halloween quilts but small size for kiddos.

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  15. Thank you everyone for your sweet comments!

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  16. Love your Halloween Soup quilt! I did google and find the other version that inspired you. Both are very inspiring. I have that book, but never thought of making a Halloween version. You are sew creative. Thank you for always being sew amazing in these blog hops ... :-) Pat

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  17. This is the greatest idea for using up Halloween scraps. I love this quilt and how it all blends together in creative spookiness!

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  18. Halloween soup! How perfect. Loved seeing the blocks.

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  19. Love your quilt and how you used all those scraps.. Thanks for sharing,,

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  20. This is perfect for using some fun fabrics. Love it!

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  21. I have a lot of leftover Halloween fabric. Hmmm.... Thanks for sharing.

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  22. Another great Halloween quilt from you. What a fun name, too.

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  23. love the halloween soup, very creative.

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  24. Yours is hands down my fav of this hop so far! When I scrolled the image, my eyes widened and I said, "Yaaaaasss!"

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  25. I Love that Quilt, thank you for sharing!!

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  26. Great quilt, love everything about it.

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  27. I absolutely LOVE your Halloween soup. Thank you for sharing.

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  28. That is a great quilt!! Love the little M&M guy!

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  29. Great quilt! love the kitty blocks

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  30. great quilt! I don't do halloween, but I can see myself making this as a fall quilt. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

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  31. What a great quilt. Such a cute idea.

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  32. Any quilt with a cat is a winner for me

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  33. Wonderful use of themed fabric. Barn cats are close to my heart since I have had many over the years. Thanks for sharing.
    Connie

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  34. Halloween Soup is so cute and your toilet planter is the bomb!!

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  35. Cute Halloween quilt and good to use a variety of fabrics!
    barbkaup(at)(yahoo)(dot)(com)

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  36. Wouldn't be Halloween without a black cat!

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  37. Love, love, love the combo of black cats & pumpkins! Such a fun quilt!
    basaran.family (at) rogers.com

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  38. Love the quilt. It is so colorful and fun.
    Elizabeth

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  39. The quilt layout is indeed spectacular. Very colorful!

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  40. Your soup looks very tasty 🎃🎃🎃

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  41. Ha ha - Halloween soup, very funny, cute, but funnny

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  42. Your quilt is just darling! Love the combo cats and pumpkins. Thanks for sharing!

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  43. Soup. cute name. I love that barn cat.

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  44. I love the cats here and there- really cute!

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  45. What a fabulous quilt! I've never seen a Halloween version of Lori Holt's pattern and now it seems like a genius idea. I love it.

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  46. Great use of Halloween fabric.

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  47. I love soup - and this Halloween Soup is just awesome, Joan!! Thanks for sharing. Love this pattern.

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  48. Fabulous quilt. My favorite block is the cat. Just terrific.

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  49. AWESOME Quilt!! Looove the Cats!! :)

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  50. I love your quilt with those cute pumpkins and cats!

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  51. Your Halloween Soup is awesome, you never let us down!! Thanks for sharing, I always look forward to seeing what you have come up with because I know it's going to be good!!

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  52. I Love, Love Love your quilt. I have to dig my Farm Girl book out.

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  53. Love the use of the stares great quilt...tytyty for sharing.... happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  54. You have so many cute Halloween prints in your quilt. Love it.

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  55. That's a wonderful design. Love all the fussy cut prints, and the cat. Great job, as usual.

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  56. Love your quilt! Lori Holt is one of my favorite designers. I am astounded by the number of different Halloween prints are in this quilt! I could just look at it for hours. Great job!

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  57. You are a quilting wizard! I love this quilt. I'm going to have to make one!

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  58. A soup quilt! What an awesome idea! I have a toilet planter too. Thanks!

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  59. Super quilt. Thanks for sharing

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  60. What a fun quilt! I didn't even see the toilet planter until you mentioned it.

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  61. This is a fabulous Halloween quilt, with magic bubbling and bursting all over - love that cat!

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  62. Great Quilt! Looks like it was a fun one to sew on. Thanks for sharing!

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  63. This design turned into a great quilt. I love the way you can see a pattern then turn it on its head with your own ideas. So many fun fabrics.

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  64. What a fantastic quilt!! I love it!!

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  65. Love the black cat and pumpkins quilt.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    Peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  66. I absolutely love your Halloween quilt!

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  67. I love your Halloween Soup! Beautiful quilt. Thanks for sharing the link to Barn Yard cat.

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  68. I love this quilt! What a good way to use up your scrappy Halloween prints!

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  69. I love Halloween Soup, again you simply amaze me... I swear, you must take a bag to work with you and pull out your sewing machine to sew at work with. How do you get so much done... I am constantly amazed. Thanks so much for participating today and my sincerest apologies for not getting around to the blogs sooner this week. It's really been I think my busiest week of the year thus far. Hugs!!

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  70. What a fun quilt! I love that you were able to use your fun prints in it too...almost adds an 'I Spy' aspect to it.

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  71. Your Halloween quilt is outstanding! Love the kitty!
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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Thanks for stopping by today. Your comments really do make me day!
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