Monday, October 19, 2015

Three Witches Brew - Halloween Haunt Blog Hop



Today is the second day of the Halloween Haunts Blog Hop and also my day to show you  two exciting Halloween patterns I developed this year.
For my latest pattern, I had a a lot fun and inspiration in it's development. This pattern is now available on my website as an e-pattern only. The paper version will start shipping October 29. The inspiration comes from my two best friends, we are always up to something mischievous when we see each other, so I came up with this cute pattern called “Three Witches Brew” to celebrate our get together.
 
“Three Witches Brew” is my first fully designed applique using EQ7.  Normally, in the designing we start with pencil and paper then scan and trace in Adobe Illustrator.
   “Three Witches Brew”, is an easy raw edge applique pattern.  This pattern doesn’t rely  on Halloween fabrics, but it would look really cute them.  I designed the pattern to use mostly Moda basics, but you can really use anything you have in the scrap bin. The project finishes at 35” x 35”. 
“Haunted Manor”, is the next pattern I would like to show you.  This design was first created a couple years ago as a machine embroidery project.  I didn’t like how it was turning out, so I put it away until this year.  Finally with some several different try’s, I came up with this project.
The pattern is an easy quilt that can be a great way to use up your leftover Halloween scraps.  It is also a great weekend project that finishes at 35” x 29” and a great way to liven up the holiday.  

Giveaway Time
First My Giveaway, you can win a free copy of the “Three Witches Brew” pattern and you have your choice of a paper or a digital copy.
                All you have to do is sign up for our blog email list and comment below.

Be sure to comeback at the end of the blog Hop on October 29th for the  announcement of the winner.

You can also win a $25.00 Gift Certificate from the FatQuarter Shop, during this Blog Hop.  Just sign up below.  If you have never entered a Rafflecopter giveaway, here is a Tutorial by Marian at Seams To Be SEW.  Winner of the $25 Gift Certificate will be announced at Seams To Sew Blog on October 20th. 

October 19 expires October 20 a Rafflecopter giveaway

Here are Today's Featured Haunts

Thank you for stopping by our blog.  Remember to sign up for the Giveaways and for our blog.  I look forward to hearing all your comment on the patterns. 

Happy Haunting!
Tina 

170 comments:

  1. This looks very spookey,lol! I love the color combo very much too!

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  2. These quilts are so much fun!

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  3. Great looking wall hangings!
    I signed up for your email list.

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  4. Love those witches! Great projects!

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  5. Congratulations. I love your witches brew pattern

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  6. Boo-tiful projects - thank you for sharing.

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    1. Your Welcome and Thank you for stopping by!

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  7. Witches Brew is a cool pattern. I love what you did with Haunted Manor, especially the quilted spiderweb.

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    1. Thank you! My husband draws all the lines with chalk for me, before I put them on my longarm

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  8. Great projects! I especially like the spiderweb quilting!

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  9. Very fun patterns! Thanks for sharing these projects!!

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    1. Your Welcome! This is so much fun to see all the nice comments

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  10. Cute projects! You did a nice job.

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  11. i like both of them, they are so beautiful !!!
    I signed up for your email list

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  12. These are really cute, I like the boiling pot best. We live at the end of a country road so we don't see any trick or treaters. Meaning I enjoy my halloween on this hop. Thanks for participating.

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  13. Very cute, thanks for sharing!
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  14. Great patterns! Thanks for sharing!

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  15. Both of those are really cute, did you digitize the Haunted House project. I love Sunbonnet Sue, and your first full EQ project.. very cool all in all.

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    1. Thank you! Yes, the Haunted Manor is available as a epattern also, It can be purchased on my website or at QuiltWoman.com

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  16. Those witches are so adorable...love it!

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  17. Both of the patterns are super cute and you did such a nice job on them

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  18. Wonderful patterns. Love them both.

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  19. I Love Your Three Witches Brew. But My Favorite is Your Haunted House. I Love The Howling Wolf and Other Window Surprises!

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  20. Really cute quilts. Thanks for sharing!

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  21. I love Halloween - just have to find some time to do some Halloween quilting - really like the Three Witches Brew

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  22. What a FANTASTIC JOB!!!! Sew much work in those, it's SCARY!!!!

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  23. I Love Halloween but sadly do not own a Halloween quilt. I give away everything I make. Your patterns would make a great applique for my very own Halloween quilt!
    Gmama Jane

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    1. I hope you can make your own Halloween Quilt, soon!

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  24. Excellent work! Three Witches Brew is really cute and the Haunted House is awesome.

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  25. Great quilts! I especially like the 3 witches stirring their brew in the cauldron. Perfect for Halloween!

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  26. Spooktacular designs. Lovely fabrics and colors too! Absolutely total #CreativeGoodness

    QuiltShopGal
    www.quiltshopgal.com

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  27. These young ladies are just the cutest thing around. I love your designs!

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  28. I love your designs!!!

    Beth
    oneoldgoat1962@gmail.com

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  29. Your designs are just stinking cute!!

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  30. TOO CUTE! LOVE THESE!
    THANKS FOR SHARING, LINDA
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  31. The witches are so cute. Thanks for sharing.

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  32. I"m not really into Halloween, but cute project.

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  33. Make me think of the movie Hocus Pocus. LOL

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  34. Great designs! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  35. Your witches quilt is very effective, especially with the border.

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  36. I follow you on bloglovin.
    renragjdatgmaildotcom

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  37. Very very cute ty for sharing i so hope i win....happyness04431@yahoo.com

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  38. They are adorable. You are so right, what a great way to use up spooky scraps.

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  39. Love the Three Witches. And I didn't even notice it wasn't Halloween fabric until you mentioned. Looked very Halloween-ish to me! The haunted house is great too. Love the fussy cut figures in the windows. Thanks so much for the opportunity to win.

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  40. I really like it (we have a German gameboard for the kids, also with witches, called "Hexenkompott")
    ehodasz at yahoo dot com

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  41. They would make cute table mats or place mats too!

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  42. I love your Three Witches Brew quilt pattern! Witches are always my favorite Halloween thing. So cute!
    Thanks for the chance to win!
    My email is: bestbelle2010@aol.com
    Thanks.

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  43. Love your patterns. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  44. Witches Brew is too cute. Bubble, bubble, toil and trouble!

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  45. Both of those quilts are fabulous but Witches Brew is my favorite!

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  46. Love the Three Witches Brew. Love the patterns

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  47. The witches design is fab . Love it x

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  48. Love your Witches Brew, great design for Halloween!

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  49. I just love these two. crystalbluern at tds dot net

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  50. I enjoyed seeing your patterns. Not too scary, either, just so cute.

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  51. The Macbeth (three witches) one is wonderful!! I'd love to win a pattern! I like the other one too--perfect for Halloween

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  52. Love the Three Witches Brew, especially because it's not too overly complicated, as national holidays have usually come & gone by the time I finish things as I usually take on too much & make it as complicated as possible for myself. Plus the pattern doesn't hinge on having hard to find locally fabrics. xx

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  53. Cute patterns! Thanks for sharing.

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  54. I would love to make one of these, it is so cute. I signed up for your email, I look forward to seeing more from you, thanks. mtmom57@gmail.com

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  55. I like the colors in this little quilt and it is cute.
    senstrings at yahoo dot com

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  56. Looks like another item added to my list of quilty things I want to do!

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    1. Thank you! You can never have enough quilty things to do

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  57. I'd be so happy to make the Three Witches Brew quilt. I love everything about Halloween, so why don't I have a quilt to celebrate the holiday?

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  58. Both of these projects look great! The bubbles above the cauldron are very effective. Great details on the haunted house!

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  59. I love both of these patterns! Halloween is so much fun!

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  60. I love the way the witch looks over the moon.

    debbygrawn at yahoo dot com

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  61. I love the Three Witches Brew!
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  62. The three little witches quilt is adorable!

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  63. The three little witches quilt is adorable!

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  64. Really cute patterns! Adorable!

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  65. what great little Halloween quilts. thanks for sharing with us
    institchesandseams@hotmail.ca

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  66. What cute little witches! And that spiderweb quilting! Wow

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  67. Those are great projects, so fun!

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