How adorable are these guys?! This one is called "Toast Jump!" I am painting a turquoise frame to put it in my kitchen!
This is one I have been working on is called "Candy Corn Costume Party" How adorable, right? And super fast to do as well! I sometimes change them up just a bit to make them 'mine' but I think I have yet another addiction. My poor husband.
This is one I have been working on for the last year or so. It's called "Sleepy Hollow" by Cross Eyed Cricket. Is it not INCREDIBLE? I still have a long way to go and I regret not purchasing the hand-dyed linen to do it on. Instead I took the initiative and dyed some myself. I just couldn't justify $40!
In sewing projects, I have been working on a Christmas gift for a family member in the form of a picnic quilt. I am basing it all on some Michael Miller fabric (Meadowsweet) but the pictures I've taken really aren't doing it much justice!
I am using the patter "Juice Boxes" by Cluck Cluck Sew. It is a very easy pattern and I have loved the simplicity of it so far!
And, finally, I am ITCHING to get going on a project involving these fun fabrics! Halloween is hands-down my all time favorite holiday. I go a little nuts, actually, and I could not resist this amazing hearse print from Robert Kaufman. Do you see the coffin bouncing out the back of the green hearse? HILARIOUS!
I am not sure where the spider fabric is from as it was only available in a FQ with no selvage, but I love it all the same!
These fabrics are from Riley Blake and I just adore them! The ghost is my favorite! I am thinking of doing a cute banner and some pillows using these fabrics. Or a table runner. Or some hair bows for my nieces. The possibilities are endless! Well, that's what I've been up to- what about you? Go check out Freshly Pieced and see what everyone else is up to!