Tuesday, October 25, 2011

FlabberGhastlied!


If you have this thing for Ghastlies
and they have tied you in a knot
and you wish you could get them out of your mind
than this may be a thought.
We heard her plea for a cure
Mdm Samm was pos/it/ively sure
that we could stitch the nights away
in hopes that we MAY----
( all 54 of us)
BUT....
The side effects are Ghastlie
there is no mistaking too.
if you don't run this very minute
YOU too will catch the FLU...
We suspected all along
this was her master plan
she did not want to be alone,
with all YOU Ghastlie FANS...

I have a Ghastlie addiction.  I do.  I can't help myself.  Some might call it ghloomy...but the fabric makes me ghiddy and I ghiggle. It's downright Ghastilicious! (made that word up...don't ya love it?) I can totally imaghine myself sitting around the table with them..part of a Ghastlie ghang ghathering. I keep adding and adding to my collection...
does that make me ghreedy?

 The first projects I made with my stash were medium size Stand and Stow bags (pattern by Terry Atkinson).  This ghroovy pattern works ghreat with larger prints like these.   One in Ghastlie ghray..and the other in Ghastlie mauve. These bags are so ghreat!  Lots of room, and they fold up when not in use!  The mauve bag could be yours.  If you are a follower of my blog...and you leave a comment below...you could win it!  I will also be sending one name from those who comment below to our Ghastlie Ghoverness...
to be included in her daily Ghrand prize ghiveaways!  Check back tomorrow to see who won the prizes for the day.  If you check out her blog, you will see there are some pretty incredible ghoodies up for ghrabs during our hop! 



The first time I laid eyes on Ghastlie fabrics...I was went GhaGha. I was Flabberghastlied! (yep, just made that word up too) I had this idea in my mind that I wanted to create the look of Ghastlie "Arghyle" (fyi: in the Ghastlie dictionary, it's not a ghimmick... it is totally acceptable that many g's are followed by h's)  I was able to put my vision on paper...but when I went to the fabric to cut, the design was just too large to fit into my plan, it was mind bogghling...and, in the end... I just couldn't cut it up.

 (Dear Alexander Henry Mfg...if you are reading this blog, could you please add "Arghyle" prints to next years collection?  Seriously...don't you think that would be the most
 ahhmazing addition ?

Yours Ghouly,
Ms Penny Ghastlie
p.s. You can even use my special spelling)

 Back to the drawing board. I decided to make "Arghyle" looking borders . This allowed me to keep the main fabric in one large piece.  I added a soft gray minky back and machine quilted it in an allover feathery type design.

  In the midst of my mad sewing to finish my projects...I had a wonderful distraction...
a new Ghrandson... named Fletcher.
Madame Samm suggested we photograph our creations using props...
say a pumpkin...
So I did that ...
but then I photographed my quilt with our new little "punkin". 
He was such a ghood model, don't you think?


and then...because I just can't stop making Ghastlie things...I threw this together today.  Need a place to put those plastic bags?  (No...not body bags, Uncle Rufus.)
I just can't stop.

But for now...
I'm going to start hopping to my Ghastlie sistahs who are also
sharing their creations today


Are you having sew much fun?  Ghuess what?  I just heard that Madame Samm has two Ghrande prizes to give away today!  Two lucky winners will each receive 4yds each of Ghastlie fabrics from our sponsor, Alexander Henry Fabrics!
Ghreat Ghastlies, this is exciting!!










170 comments:

  1. Bags are always fun and so are Ghastlie bags! Oh, love your model on your quilt - love the border (and the rick rack) and agree - arghyle is needed in this line! Hey, they put in the pink roses for the ladies why not the arghyle for the men in the Ghastlie family? Thank you for sharing with us today.

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  2. Love all your projects especially the quilt! And of course I love the quilt model... she's soooo cute! I'm a new follower of yours. Thanks! Have a Ghastlie Day! :)

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  3. Oh Penny! Love that quilt! I don't suppose little Fletcher Ghastlie is included in the giveaway? Well, never hurts to ask.... The Stand and Stow bags are great, too! Like you, I'm finding it hard to stop thinking up ideas for more Ghastlie creations. So fun...

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  4. Oh Penny, that quilt and the model is so cute! Love it, but gotta say love the outfit the baby is wearing. So cute!

    Can't wait to see who wins the great giveaway!

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  5. Oh wow I stayed up late and it was so worth it to see your darling skeleton on the fabulous quilt. Love the bag and the fact that it can be out year round. Sooo cute

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  6. This is not Ghastlie at all it's beautiful work

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  7. all your projects are great! Thanks for sharing)

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  8. Great projects. It's been fun seeing everyone's creations.

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  9. Luv it all!Luv the props and the quilt is beautiful.Great work and thanks for sharing your talent with me. :)

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  10. That makes the best bags. And I really love the sides on your quilt - looks terrific!

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  11. Ghreat projects and your blog was so much fun to read! Love the little one...so cute!

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  12. Hi Penny I don;t know what happen to my post but I will gladly say it again. I love your stowe bag and the quilt and the bag holder but my fav is the little bundle of joy that you have lying on your lovely quilt...I hope you have many happy moments with him. Your projects are wonderful and i have joined your blog so we will be chatting again. take care

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  13. Awesome projects!! Thanks for sharing the love of the ghastlies!

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  14. Mrs. Penny Ghastlie, you have outdone yourself, my dear! Everything is just lovely. Your quilt is amazing. I look forward to showing off my things tomorrow! See you then! Mrs. Melinda Ghastlie

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  15. I am super excited that you are giving away that mauve bag!!! I love it. I kinda wish you were giving away that adorable baby! But then again at this stage in my life I prefer the babies you can give back....grands!! Thank you for sharing your projects. They are amazing.

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  16. Adorable baby! I am enjoying the Ghastlie hop.

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  17. hi Penny, love your project! especially with the cute model, gave me good giggle. Love this Shastlie hop
    greetings Brigitte

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  18. What great projects! I'm flaberghastlied, too! (Love that word! Good job!)

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  19. I have giggled all the way through your post. :) And if you're giving away that punkin' please enter me - I don't have any babies at my house any more and my goodness I miss that! blessings, marlene

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  20. Great blog entry, truly enjoying the new "gh" sound to my speech! Your creations are awe-inspiring, Thank You! Ghreat-looking-ghand-baby!

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  21. I am a new follower here. The baby quilt you made is sew cute and sew is the baby. Thanks for the great giveaway. I love bags.

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  22. We would love some Ghastlies here! Thanks for the chance.

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  23. Hi Mrs Penny Ghasltie...your quilts, bags are beautiful...I would have loved to seen them up closer...your blog has your lightbox turned on, which makes it hard to pull up your photos...write me I will show you how to fix that..very simple...
    YOUR cure...I don't think it is around the corner I am afraid..I think you have it reallll bad which is reallllll good for us

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  24. As super as your creations were.. that baby was by far the cutest thing there.. What a sweetie :)

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  25. I love your creations with the Ghastlie fabric! Your Ghrandson is pretty cute too ;)! Ms. Carrie Ghastlie

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  26. Very cute blog post!! Ghorgous!!! Your little baby is soooo adorable! Great projects!

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  27. I just love the bags!

    Mary
    iammaryburke @ gmail.com

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  28. Your little punkin model is adorable! I love how you added the arghyle border to the quilt. Great job!

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  29. Your little punkin is so adorable! Love the hair. Great way to use the arghyle for your quilt.

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  30. What great bags. But your little punkin is just toooooo cute! Love his (?) costume!

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  31. Congrats! Your new grandson is quite the model, what cute little baby feet. I agree, I love all things Ghastlie. What beautiful creations you've made, ;->

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  32. Yes, yes, yes, to ghastlie arghyle!!! I just felt another sniffle, I think I you've brought on a relapse of Ghastlies Fever!!! Truly inspiring!

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  33. Wow I love your bags! Thanks for sharing them and the info that goes along to make them too! Beautiful! (ditto for your grandson) Love this fabric line!

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  34. I am a new follower of yours and I would love to win your giveaway. Pick me!
    P.S. Your little punkin is so cute.

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  35. What an adorable quilt and such a cutie you have there!!!

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  36. I love the quilt you made! The baby on the quilt picture is adorable!!!

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  37. What a fun post and Fletcher is perfect. Thank you for sharing the fun.

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  38. I love love love the bags you made and that quilt is to die for. I agree arghyle would be awesome.

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  39. Cutest "prop" ever!!!! Congratulations on a grand baby, and thanks a bunch for sharing your fun Ghastlie projects!

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  40. I love your bags! So so cute!!! I think arghlye would make an awesome addition next year too!

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  41. Wonderful projects, I really love the quilt and Fletcher is so cute. Thanks

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  42. Great projects! I love the large panel in the quilt.

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  43. what a great way to showcase the ghastlie fabric in that quilt. Love the way you did the border. And the baby is adorable.

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  44. Your quilt is by far my favorite out of all the items you made. Great job! :)

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  45. What a darling baby! The quilt is great too.

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  46. WHat cute projects you have made. I love the plastic bag storage. I need to make one of those. I am having fun looking at all the ghastlie projects.

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  47. What fun! I love the pictures of your darling ghrandson joining in!
    I'm a follower!

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  48. Love your projects and love the fabric. Your grandson couldn't be cuter.

    jleibfried@aol.com

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  49. Your quilt and other projects are great but the little model makes it special. I am a follower.

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  50. I like your little "pumpkin" all dressed for the occasion, too Sweet! Giant diamonds arghyle? I'm having trouble cutting my main fabric up too, so I've just been waiting to get some of the other fabrics in the line (yeah, I know, waiting is not a good idea). That's my excuse this year...oh and I'm preparing for a wedding next week, eeekkkk!
    Would love a chance to win your giveaway bag. Thanks for sharing!

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  51. I love what you did with the quilt. I am going to have a horrible time cutting the fabric as well, so I might have to do something like that! The model was fantastic, a real natural.

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  52. Love your bags and quilt! Your quilt model is even more adorable! I am also a follower of your blog! Thanks so much for sharing.

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  53. Your projects are great!! And your model is the best!! Good job on both!

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  54. Love the quilt! it's so beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

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  55. You Is Creative - and I so appreciate all of your projects and contributions to our wonderful blog hop - most of all we appreciate you. I am a follower and would love to be entered for your giveaway. JudyC Ghastlie

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  56. All your creations are superb! Love your Stand and Stow bags! I will have to look up that pattern. And I love your props! Specifically the cute pumpkin in the skeleton suit! Wonderful!

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  57. Oh, that wee one is so cute!!!!! Great job on your Ghastlie projects. The bag stow might help with my chaos of bags.

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  58. Great Ghoulish bags my dear,thanks.

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  59. Love the skeleton onesie and your quilt! Great job!

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  60. Ive been following you because of fluffy sheep, i didn't realise you were ghastly too though ;o-) Im loving the hopping and would be pleased as punch to win anything ghastlie ;o)

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  61. Great work! I love the quilt and the argyle that you created on the sides.

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  62. Welcome Ghrandson Fletcher...so adorable. Your Ghastlie Arghyle quilt is amazing. I am so loving this Super Party Hop and seeing all the amazing creations made of Ghastlie fabrics. I think I am catching the Ghastlie Flu!

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  63. What great projects and I just love your little skeleton model, what a cutie! I am a new follower.
    Quilting by the River

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  64. Your projects are very stylish and useful!! But I'm MOST impressed with your little skeleton!! he is the cutest "project" of all!
    I'm a new follower and I would so love to be a winner of your bag!!
    Blessings
    Gmama Jane
    Mrs. Gmama Jane Ghastlie

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  65. Nice job! Love the argyle border :)

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  66. DRATS!! My computer shut down as I hit send in my first message!! Let's try again... LOve your quilt...and your little punkin is sew adorable!! Not Ghastlie at all! Thanks sew much for the chance to win this lovely give away!
    Paulette

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  67. Your lil punkin is not only ghrand, but ghorgeous! Can't wait for some ghrandkids of my own someday! Thanks for showing your projects...and thanks for the chance to win!

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  68. Your creations are great but I think your "prop" is the best creation of all!

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  69. Oh your little model is so, so sweet!! Oh yes, your projects!! love them too!!

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  70. Oh my gosh!!! I don't know where to start you have SUCH ADORABLE projects. I LOVE THEM! And that little punkin' is just the icing on the cake of them all. Such a little cutie. I adore this fabric and have my fingers crossed that I might be lucky enough to win some or something super cute made from it. Your bags are awesome.

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  71. I am really enjoying this Ghastlies Blog Hop! Does it have to end? LOL Thanks for designing such great pieces for the rest of us!

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  72. those bags are ghasilious! Your model does the quilt justice and who wouldn't want that little pumpkin.

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  73. Love your post, Penny! I follow you in my Google Reader and count me in on the Stand N' Stow bag giveaway! I love that pattern and have yet to make myself one...how ghrand would it be to win one?!?

    And your new little ghuy makes a ghrand skeleton and model!

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  74. Love the bag, your comments, the quilt and the darling skeleton. Couldn't begin to compete with your creativity with words and spellings. Thanks for the giveaway. Fun, fun post.

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  75. oh how precious! Congratulations to all your family!

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  76. I love all your projects they are so ghastly!!!!

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  77. Congrats on the new grandson! He definitely adds charm to the Ghastlie quilt. :) I adore the mauve bag, and would love to win it!

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  78. Love this fabric. The concept just works for us quilters.

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  79. I just love all of your projects! They are all just perfect for this fabric. I can't wait to see who wins the grand prize! Lucky winner for sure!

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  80. Love that quilt! And the bags! And the baby! You did ghood!

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  81. I, too, am GhaGha over the Ghastlies. CUte grand baby.

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  82. Please include me in your giveaway. Thanks for the entertaining post - it sure put me in a ghood mood - and the lil ghuy ghreat punkin photos. Absolutely Ghastly!

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  83. I enjoyed your post very much! Your Ghastlie projects are wonderful, and that little baby is so sweet. Just look at all that hair. Thank you for participating in the blog hop!

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  84. Your post is delightful...as is that cute little skeleton. Great job on your projects. The arghyle border is so unexpected & fun.
    Beckie in Brentwood, TN

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  85. Hi Penny. Your post is so much fun. I love your bags and that Ghastlie model is just precious. Thanks so much for sharing with us.

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  86. what a cutie baby skeleton! that is a FAB quilt too with the pop of PINK!

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  87. Ghastilicious!!! (love the your new word too!) How very fun this blog-hop is! Thanks in advance to your and everyone else blogging's generosity!

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  88. Well, I am a new follower now. What fabulous projects. I would love to say your quilt is Ghastlie, but that little punkin on it, makes it just toooooooo adorable. Love the tote bags. And Uncle Rufus's, body bag. Don't worry you secret is safe from Rufus with me! :-)

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  89. I picked your blog to read first out of the Ghroup. BECUZ:

    I missed the first two days of the Ghastlies....Due to Ghranny duties.....New Baby Ghranddaughter this week....named PENNY!!

    Loved your play on words and your projects! Thanks!

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  90. Fletcher is a doll. Lucky you to have a such a wonderful grandson.

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  91. Loved all your projects. This blog hop is so much fun!

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  92. Adorable skeleton! Great job Ghastlie Mom!

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  93. I love the argyle border on your quilt and your grandson is just too stinkin' cute!

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  94. Your quilt is perfect. I love that arghyle! The skeleton is nice too.

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  95. Hmmm, which wonderful item do I want in the giveaway...The "punkin" is just as cute as a bug but guess I'm not up for all the work. :) Truly loved your saga and all your new ghastlie words. Who would have thought this fabric would create such a fuss!! Loved your bags and your quilt; I, too, would have hated to "cut" up the pattern.

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  96. Love all your projects but I must say your quilt with your darling little one on it takes the cake!

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  97. Will the handsom Fletcher be flabberghastlied when all his fan mail comes in from this ghastlie group? Very muched enjoyed your blog I haven't tried the bag pattern yet but am putting it in my list I'm with you the Arghyle is da bomb.Congrats Gma Ghastlie! What a cute skelleton to fall out of your ghastlie closet

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  98. Ghreat little arghyle ghastlie quilt. Love it!

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  99. SEW many ghreat ideas for using this fabric!!! However, I cannot peel my eyes away from that wickedly wonderful skeleton you have. May I borrow him? lol
    Loved your ideas for using the fabric too. Seeing all these ideas are almost as fun as maybe winning prizes! Of course, since today is my birthday, I am expecting to win something anyway. lol

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  100. Great projects! love the bags. Arghyle would be so fun for next year...ya listening Alexander Henry??

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  101. Very Ghastlie Arghyle quilt with a very Ghasltilicious Model! Sew many ways to use this Ghastlie fabric. Cheers, Dianne

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  102. Adorable model! love the quilt, too.

    Thanks for sharing

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  103. I love the little pumpkin and all the rest too.

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  104. Love your projects. Cute pumpkin. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  105. Hi Miss. Penny!

    I love the Ghastlies and the projects I've seen you create makes me love them even more! I absolutely love your folding tote bags, I'd love to see how you make them. I live in a city where they are banning plastic grocery bags after the new year so I have started making some so I can be ready. Do you have a pattern or any plans to sell one? I am a follower here and I say thank you so much for sharing it all with us!

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  106. Oh my! They are all beautiful but have to admit that your newest addition is a great model. All of the Ghastly Blog Hop ladies are so creative and make every day so exciting!

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  107. I'm a Ghastly wannabe and I would love to catch the flu from YOU! Your projects are very cool. I'm a new follower here. Can you believe I didn't even know about you until now?

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  108. What a darling punkin! Love your ghastliness. :) Thanks for the giveaway!

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  109. Luv your quilt.....yes we could us a little pink argyle and some pink checks and even some pink dots on grey.....lov dots. Thanks for sharing in the Ghastlie hop...what an adorable model!! CUTIE

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  110. What a ghrotesquely ghratifying post you've penned! I'd ghreatly appreciate it if you'd ghrasp my moniker and enter it into the ghrabbag of souls who would no doubt ghobble one another like zombies (and end up with ghastric atrocities) in the quest to win a Ghastlie bag made by you! OH, you're so ghracious!

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  111. Love the stand & stow bags. The quilt is quite ghaslie & the model adorable. Thanks for sharing.

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  112. great post and love the bags especially the plastic bag holder !

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  113. What a perfect quilt for your little Ghastlie Ghrandson (he's adorable!!!). Thanks for a chance to win the ghorgeous Ghastlie tote...you are so ghenerous!!! :)

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  114. Love your projects. The quilt is great! Thanks for sharing.

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  115. Cool bags & cool quilt & an adorable model!

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  116. Great projects! Your spelling cracks me up! Congratulations on the cute grandson too.

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  117. Wonderful projects - sweet quilt and baby too :) thanks!

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  118. Your little Ghoul is adorable...and looks great on the Ghastlie fabric

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  119. Your sweet little guy looks so good on your adorable quilt, and I think this fabric makes perfect bags. Thanks for being in this fun blog and giving out all your creative ideas.

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  120. What a special quilt for a very special baby , too cute .Enjoyed your post.

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  121. Love the quilt, but the model really makes it shine. Love the border treatment, so unique. Thanks for sharing.

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  122. Oh, Ms. Penny - Such fun! Love your projects... and that adorable little baby Ghastlie on the Arghyle... hahaha! I think my Ghastlie fever is climbing...

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  123. Wonderful projects, so many fun things, and such a fun line to decorate the house with.

    Debbie

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  124. Such a cute post today. Your quilt is fabulous! Love the "arghyle" border. Thanks for sharing the bag in your giveaway.

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  125. p.s. I forgot to say I'm a follower. oops

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  126. Im thinking that Fletcher is the cutest Ghastlie ever. Love your interpretations.

    ms. selina ghastlie

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  127. Would love to be a new follower, but your button seems to be playing hide and seek with me. And is still winning.

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  128. Your little guy is the perfect model!. This fabric line is so much fun. Love what you ghastlies are coming up with.

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  129. So many good projects! You have a fabulous model there!

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  130. Your projects are all wonderful but the real beauty is the one in the skeleton outfit.
    lsandes@comcast.net

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  131. Love your quilt and that little skeleton! Squeeze those little cheeks!

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  132. Ghastlie Ghoodness! I love your quilt and your little grandbabby. Please enter me in your giveaway. I am following your blog. :)

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  133. your little ghrandson dresses up your ghastlie quilt! am loving this campaign of mme samm's - sew many projects; it's a ghreat way to gharner so many projects ideas.

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  134. You projects are wonderful! But that gorgeous little boy steals the show! ;). Congratulations!

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  135. The projects are great and especially love the quilt.

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  136. Congrats on the newbie in the family! Love the quilt and i am a new follower!

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  137. I love all your ghoulish Ghastlie projects! I especially LOVE the flat bag! Sew many uses for that bag--would love to win! I have become a new follower and look forward to seeing all in the future!

    Your punkin is adorable and the perfect embellishment for your quilt!

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  138. Cute cute quilt & sweet baby. I think I need a bag for my bags.

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  139. Your grandson is such a cutie! I know you are enjoying him!! Great projects, too!!

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  140. Grandson is a cutie! They are so much fun! enjoy! Love your projects!

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  141. Here I am - a new follower. I'd love to win your bag.

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  142. Penny, your projects are so ghoulish and lovely at the same time. Quite a feat I'd say! Having fun, Kd ~ www.KdQuilts.com

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  143. Oh I just love the bags, and your quilt is great. Little pumpkin is the best of all-really stole the show! Congrats.

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  144. What a fun post! Loved all the ghreat phrases.....Love your special little pumpkin and your quilt!! I just got a new pumpkin on the 15th too. Have a Ghastly Halloween!

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  145. Your prop is perfect. Great idea. I'm a follower now. I'd love to win the bag.

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  146. Oh you r such a Ghastly blogger!! i read every word. love your use of the fabric, but the ghrandson was the star of the show. Congradulations & i will be cking back 4 more creative ideas from u.
    char

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  147. Fletcher is a fabulous addition to your quilt!

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  148. Indeed, I might also have a problem with chopping aall that fabric into bits.

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  149. Penney, I Love all your projects, especially the Bags!! I would love to be entered in your Give Away!! I am a Follower too!!

    Huggs, Nancy

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  150. Oh WoW!! all your projects are to die for. haha. The quilt and model are super. I can see why you kept sewing. That fabric is so inspiring. I'm amazed at every blog how many different projects everyone has done. So Wonderful. Thank you for sharing what you made. I'd love to win your bag.

    Thanks for the giveaway and a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  151. I really like your quilt and the model is so handsome!! All your projects are great. Thanks for sharing them with us. I'm so inspired by all I'm seeing. Thanks and Thanks for the giveaway as well.

    missmoozie(at)gmail(dot)com

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  152. This little baby skeleton is just too cute :)
    Susanne

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  153. Love your ghastlie projects, your quilt is fabulous! and Fletcher is a real cutie!!

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  154. Love your model! Fun projects!
    Carol

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  155. You are too cute Ms. Penny! Your post was so much fun to read. I see you had a lot of fun playing with this fabric. That bag pattern is really perfect for this fabric. Love it! That quilt you made is awesome too. I really like the pattern.

    Your grandson is adorable and I love his little skeleton costume. Very very sweet.

    I'm looking forward to seeing what else you may create. :)

    Ms. Jen Ghastlie

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  156. Great bags. That quilt is so pretty. I love the border!!

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