Greetings and welcome to day 1 of the Wicked Blog Hop, brought to us by the wickedly fabulous Madame Samm and our devilishly delightful cheerleader, Wendy!
My project for this Halloween Hop is inspired by my handsome black and white cat and a pumpkin patch:
These two images combined in my creative cauldron, and I developed a wicked recipe for a quilted wall-hanging featuring a cat sitting amongst whimsical pumpkins!
Here’s a look at the completed quilt, called “Pumpkin Patch Cat.”
This little wall-hanging finishes at 11.5 inches x 13 inches and can be made in a day and quilted on your domestic sewing machine. I echo quilted around each pumpkin and the cat. I then quilted stars and a moon in the purple background.
Just look at the wickedly handsome cat!!
You can add your own details to this pattern very easily! My pattern tester and sister extraordinaire made the cat solid black and added a little witch’s hat:
One lucky blog hop commenter will win a free copy of my Pumpkin Patch Cat pattern! I will use a random number generator to pick the lucky winner on Halloween, which is the last day of the hop. Be sure to leave me a comment!
You can also purchase this pattern from my Craftsy shop.
Hop on over to these fellow bloggers today to enjoy some more Halloween treats:
Stitchin by the Lake
Buzzing and Bumbling
Life in the Scrapatch
Patchouli Moon Studio
The Nosy Pepper
Sew Incredibly Crazy
If you get lost along the hop while admiring the many wicked treasures or if you want to see the full list of participants, just click on the Wicked Blog Hop button located in the right hand pane of my blog.
Grab a tasty goblin brew and enjoy!
I love your stitching on your quilts. They add so much in just the right places.
Cute! Thanks for the giveaway!
Your cat & pumpkin quilt is so cute! Pumpkin patches are so fall!
Very cute and I just love your inspiration photos. We don’t have pumpkin patches in FL.
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Cute cute cute! Me-new loves the black & white cat even if it isn’t as colorful as she is.
I love your kitties. I have 3 rescue feline helpers, one of which is a sweetly devilish female Bombay(I think). She loves to pull the pins out of my WIP so I’ve had to switch to flat head pins! Her “partners in crime”, a male orange tabby and male gray tabby with a white tuxedo keep life interesting after two daughters have “flown the coop!” Thanks for sharing your cute Halloween project
So, so cute!
As a cat lover of course I would think your cat pattern is terrific. Your cat even looks a bit like mine since I have a tuxedo furry baby. Cute!! THX for the giveaway opportunity for your pattern.
This is really cute! The cat is purrrfect for Halloween!
That is a rally cute wall hanging. I like this type of halloween decor rather than spooky things
Adorable! Great job!
That is one adorable pattern, I hope I win!!
Wickedly cute and of course it is purrfect =^..^=
Great pattern, my sister would love this!
Great pattern and a very pretty cat! I love these simple, one-day projects. Thanks for a chance to win the pattern.
love your pattern and the stitching on your sister’s version is fabulous too 🙂
I love it! I can just imagine my cat in the pumpkin. Thank you for sharing your wallhanging and for a chance to win a copy of the pattern.
Aww..cute, the cat and the pumpkins.
That is sew cute! I like that your sister’s cat is all black.
Absolutely adorable!!! Cats and pumpkins are a natural for Halloween.
your project made me smile, it is really cute. thanks for sharing and thanks for the chance to win.
What is Halloween without cats and pumpkins? Your recipe for your wall hanging is utterly purrfect. I am already imagining how I would create my own wicked wall hanging from your pattern. Thanks for sharing and offering a giveaway of your pattern.
Jennifer – You and your sister make a wicked, I mean dynamo, team! I love the pattern. The fabric you each chose are phenomenal. The looks are unique and perfect for the season. Thanks for participating and being a creative inspiration. Someone is going to be thrilled with generosity.