I would like to introduce Stacy Lindblom, she has come for a visit and she brings a lovely story and a beautiful quilt design using my Gone Haunting fabric.
Thanks so much to Sue Zipkin for asking me to be a guest blogger. Not only has she inspired me to make a beautiful quilt but she's inspired me to begin blogging again (it's been about a year since my last post). My name is Stacy Lindblom and I've been an avid 'fabric collector' since I was a little girl. Beads, buttons, ribbons......all are lovely but fabric is my true love. I started sewing clothes for my dolls as soon as I could hold a needle and thread and I began quilting about ten years ago. I'm in my forties now and wish I hadn't waited all those years to 'find' quilting. But trust me, I've made up for lost time. My stash is HUGE!!
I was surfing the Jolly Jabber one day and came across Sue's Halloween fabric, Gone Haunting. I instantly fell in love with this funky, fabulous fabric line! I immediately emailed Sue and let her know that I couldn't wait to get my hands on Gone Haunting. She asked me to please send her a picture of my project so here it is!
I adore Halloween and each year, my husband and I throw a Halloween party at our house. We have friends and family come from far away to attend the party stay the night with us. I've made about a dozen Halloween quilts so each guest gets to sleep under a different spooky quilt. The pattern is called Parking Lot (named by my husband because he thinks that's what it looks like) and it's my first try at putting a pattern together.
I hope you enjoy the quilt. I love it and this one will be laying on MY bed this year!