Friday, October 26, 2012

Something WICKED This Way Comes

 
Hello friends! Thank you for visiting me today.

I'm happy to be a part of day five of the Wicked blog hop, brought to you by Mdm Samm & Wendy.
 
I had a few more blocks planned but as the saying goes "the best laid plans...."
Here is my scrappy hexagon spider web.
 

I got carried away an lost track of measurements, ended up being about 14". Oops!

I found a scaredy cat image I liked and appliqued it to the web. Though now I think a spider would have made more sense. This has since been made into a pillow cover. I don't really decorate for Halloween so I'm not sure exactly what I'll do with it. Maybe send it away to a friend? ;)

Now go visit the other fabulous blogs on the hop schedule today, I know I will be!
 
Frightful Friday,
October 26th
Searching Out Simple (you are here)

59 comments:

  1. Hi!!! Very wicked!!! I like the cat in the web!!! I am sure any of your friends would love it!!!! Thanks for the fun!!!!

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  2. Wow its great - I dont really celebrate halloween either and I have ended up with a huge quilt! arent we funny but I couldnt resist the chance to join in this hop - it was so much fun! Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Great block really wicked! thanks for sharing it!

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  4. IEIEIEIEIEK! Spiders AND webs, brrrrrrr. You have been really wicked. Love your block!

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  5. Great block. I love cats.

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  6. Great block - I love the cat!
    Thank you for sharing!

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  7. Your cat is sew fun!!! Thanks for sharing
    Britt-Inger in Sweden

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  8. Cute, scary, and eerie..yes ...

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  9. It happens easily. Wicked block.

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  10. I love your cat - he's perfect on that block. blessings, marlene

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  11. Nice wicked block.Thanks for sharing!

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  12. Your cute little spider webby cat would look cute as a pillow!
    Great job!

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  13. The cat looks perfect!

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  14. That's a wicked hexagon cat! It would look great as a pillow. :O)

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  15. I like your spiderweb. I have plans to make one for my mom for Christmas.

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  16. Your block is wonderful! i really like the cat against the spider web!

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  17. Looking good! Can't go wrong with a black cat. Happy Halloween!

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  18. Nice block....love the cat...so much cuter than a spider!! TFS

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  19. I rather have the cute scary cat instead of a wicked spider. Sew sweet and creepy. Thanks for sharing your block today and your friend will surely love it. Judith, Texas

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  20. love the scaredy cat every Halloween needs a black cat.
    thanks sew much for sharing
    in stitches

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  21. cute kitty....lol. It is easy to get carried away while having fun!

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  22. I love the cat! Not such a fan of spiders . . .

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  23. This is so cute, love the block and have fun making more!

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  24. Very nice job! I think I like the cat in the middle. I am not fond of creepy crawly spiders. Thank you for sharing.

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  25. Easy to get carried away when you're having fun. Very cute!

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  26. 14 inches is a great size for a mug rug!

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  27. Cute block, maybe a spider, but I like the cat.

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  28. I like the addition of the cat to the block! So cute!
    hulseybg@gmail.com

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  29. Great job! Thanks for participating in the Wicked hop!

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  30. Cute spider web block! Love the scrappy hexagon. Thanks for sharing!

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  31. Very nice. Thanks for being part of the hop.

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  32. Ooooh! I didn't realize it was a spiderweb until you said it--what a thoughtful addition to the design! you rock!

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  33. I love it, it looks great! I know what you mean about the best laid plans! Thanks for participating in the hop & inspiring us today!

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  34. Love the cat and the spiderweb! Nice block.

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  35. Love the, cat! He is wickedly cute! Reminds me of our cat.

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  36. It turned out wonderful. Thanks for sharing.

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  37. Frightfully WICKED. Nice work.

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  38. Great block , the cat is a great addition !

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  39. wicked work thanks for sharing!

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  40. Great idea to do the spider web that way and I do like your cat, very wicked.

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  41. He would make a cute little table "hanging" if you have one of those little frame hangers.

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  42. You made an amazing cat... Lucky for your friend who gets it!!! Thanks for sharing in the hop!

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  43. Your block is cute with the black cat. He's cute enough to just have out during the fall months even if Halloween isn't your thing.

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  44. Ohhh I LOVE your block with the cat !!

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  45. Love the cat! Nice block!!

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  46. WOW! Looks GREAT! The cat shape is awesome! I know what you mean, I don't decorate inside the house much since Thanksgiving/Fall stuff is so much different color wise. But turning it into a pillowcase is a great idea and throws in just a touch of Halloween Fun!

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  47. What a cool and wicked block you have there. That would make a great pillow!

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  48. Fun block! You've combined two things I love... spiderwebs and applique and I also think your block would make a great pillow. Thanks for sharing!

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  49. Very scary kitty, love it. Thanks for sharing.

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  50. I really like your kitty better than a spider. Very cute.

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  51. Thanks for sharing your block. I like cats better than spiders anyway. This will make a great pillow!

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  52. Maybe the cat scared the spider away~! Thanks for sharing a nice block!

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  53. So fun -- hexagons can do that to a quilter, can't they?!! GREAT job! :)

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  54. I love your scaredy cat! Thanks for sharing with us all.

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