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Oct 6, 2012

Quilt Jack-o-lantern Project

I used the backside of the background fabric, an orange batik that I've been hoarding for years for the face, a solid  darker orange for accent shading, a gray mottled fabric for the hat (BTW, I collect gray fabrics of all shades. They are really great as accents most of the time.), Moda black for shading, a very small piece of white-ish sliver fabric for the buckle and a dark green for the grass.
Of course, I used my favorite adhesive - Steam-a-seam! Maybe in the next couple of days I'll get everything stitched down and machine quilted. BTW, this little block is about 9 1/2 inches square.


JustCindy said...

Very cute! I like a friendly jack-o-lantern.

Gene Black said...

That is a very cute Jack O'Lantern! It makes me smile.

One Minnesota Quilter said...

Very cute and friendly looking. :)


MooseStash Quilting said...

OMG I love him. Your fabrics are perfect and I can't wait to see him done!

Angie said...


Nell said...

I LOVE YOUR BLOG! YOU ARE SO VERY TALENTED! And the Jack 0'lantern has so much depth, it's like looking at a photo. Oh to be so creative and crafty!

Gen C. said...

WOW. You aren't just a quilter, you use fabric to make are. The shading, using the different fabrics just amaze me. Well done!



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