Good morning everyone. I just finished this Halloween Bench pillow (Twilight Boo-levard) from Kimberbell. A few embroidery panels, a little ITH quilting, some machine sewing, and it all came together. (I was able to use a lot of left over scraps from my
Ghosty Girl & Boy ITH Treat Bags for my Kiddles...since Halloween is up in the air this year, I decided to make all the kids treat bags filled with their favorite candy....Thanks for looking Cuties....
Today I stitched out this cute little Halloween kitty on a towel to give to my friend who is going to feed my cat while I go to visit my granddaughter. She has a cat she calls Dark Boy so this will be perfect for her.
Halloween Trick-or-Treat bag made for my granddaughter last fall. the yellow trim extends into the bag for the lining which is water resistant nylon. Did not want the candy to get wet in case of rain. The bag is complete with a draw string to help avoi
Embroidered LACE Halloween/Masquerade Mask & Wall/Window Hangings - annually we decorate our doors in the senior community I live in - this is how I decorated this year. Designs are from Embroidery Library & Urban Threads - the 1st is the door itself & 2
We are celebrating Halloween @ camp this weekend & the grand kids are all set with their costumes but baby Skye didn't have one. She is a wee girl for 1 year old & daddy has asked if I could come up with something for her so I made a tutu wings & crown s
Halloween design from basketkase. It sewed so nice, I have a favorite designer more on my list that's for sure ! I placed one in two of the corners, and in the other corners I made an extract of the flowers of the design. I was afraid that in total it
We never get many trick or treaters where we live, sometimes none at all, so I hate to buy candy I know I will eat.......So I often give Halloween pencils or money etc instead of candy. This year I found some pencils and made some ghost pencil toppers for