Saturday, 31 October 2020

Halloween Trick or Treat Blog Hop

Happy Halloween Everyone,

I´m joining Jo of Serendipitous Stitching today for her fun Halloween Blog hop.  Check out all the participants in the links given on Jo´s blog and where you can start collecting letters to form a mystery phrase.

My cute little stitched Halloween piece is a free design by Magali found here I stitched it  years ago and it has been sulking in a drawer ever since. 

Last week I cheered it up by adding it to a handy bag


Nothing like having a place to store your spiders

I also hunted about without luck for some Halloween themed fabric to make a few coasters as they  always  make welcome  gifts but in the end I had to rely on my stash as Halloween isn´t celebrated much here and there´s no inspiration anywhere.


Here is the letter you have come for.

Your next stop is with Astrid at astridxstitching blog, so join me now in collecting more letters and seeing what others have been stitching.

Thank you for stopping by and to Jo for hosting this great hop once again this year.

Sheryl

 

22 comments:

  1. Glad to see that your drawer is clean now, no more spiders in it! ;) The finish is nice for this lovely bag. No regrets your fabrics are great and the result too for those amazing coasters. Thanks for the letter. Grosses bises. Joyeux Halloween ! xxx

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  2. Isn't it wonderful when you can use something that has been hidden away like that for years? And, yes of course, everyone needs a bag like that to store their spiders! The bag and coasters are wonderful! The fabric you used is perfect.

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  3. Cute little witch! Thank you for the link. I just love your finished bag for your spiders! And your coasters are terrific, too!
    Happy Halloween!

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  4. Gorgeous stitching Sheryl! I love the little witch, she’s perfect!
    Eeeek, those spiders! You had the ideal fabric for both the little bag and the coasters!
    Oh my goodness, I love that buckle! A perfect Halloween post, Sheryl!
    Wishing you well this Halloween!
    Hugs,
    Barbara xx

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  5. What a cute post. Look at all those googly eyes! I love the coasters and the bag. Happy Halloween!

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  6. Reading your post was like a proper picture book story (with pictures) I love the bag with the spider eyes peeking out.

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  7. No surprise, you finished that adorable piece perfectly! I love the spiders in the bag and displaying it ever so sweetly. You have some great Halloween fabric, the coasters are fantastic!
    Happy Halloween 🎃

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  8. There you go, another fabulous pretty languishing in your drawers. =) I would so love to peek in 'that' drawer of yours, Sheryl. Another sweet embroidery which you fashiined beautifully into a bag. Cute coasters, too. Such a fun post! Love those spiders!

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  9. Lovely post again , great stitching love the bag and your placemats.
    Have a lovely Sunday.

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  10. Lovely little bag.
    Have a nice Sunday, Manuela

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  11. No excuse for that little design to sulk now!

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  12. I love those coasters! And such a fun way to put the letter up, plus some lovely stitching.

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  13. I love the bag, we've currently got a house spider that stalks around our living room, but I'm not sure it would be so happy as yours are to live in the bag!

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  14. Thanks for taking part in the Hallowe’en Blog Hop this year.
    I love the freebie, adding it to my list now.
    And who doesn't need a bag for their spiders?

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  15. That's a handy bag. Your coasters are great.

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  16. Great Stitching! Thanks for the letter!

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  17. Finally found time to hop along. What an adorable bag. I don't know about storing spiders though. But your spiders are really adorable at least.

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  18. What a great spider bag! They seem to feel right at home in there. Thanks for the letter!

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  19. I've never seen such a cute spider bag--ha ha! Seriously, though, Sheryl--it is so darling. You always find the perfect mix of fabrics to accompany your stitched pieces and turn them into something wonderful! Hope you and your family are all staying healthy--take good care now ♥

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