As much as I adore my little mini trick or treat bag, I was just talking about how fun it would be to see a large Trick-or-Treat bag. It was magic. Stacy Lindblom the quilter extraordinaire who created this fun filled project, whipped up this fun bag. I love it!!! I hope Stacy has a fabulous time filling it up with all kinds of yummy treats! Thanks for sharing it Stacy!!
Halloween is approaching us, and everybody needs their own special trick-or-treat bag. I was excited to receive this little surprise in the mail from Clothworks. This was a sample that was on display at the last quilt market. It imagine it needs to be filled with some candy, I might be too old to go trick-or-treating, so I guess I will have to collect my son's leftovers. It is a dirty job but someone has to do it.
We went apple/pumpkin picking this weekend, here in New York we had beautiful summer weather. I felt a little disoriented looking at all of the pumpkins in the patch, being how warm it was, no complaints here I love the warm weather.
Freash picked pumpkins.
You can do a search for the gone haunting fabric and buy it online or call your local shop to see if they have it in stock. I would love to see a large trick or treat bag made from the fabric so anyone who creates one please send it over to I can share it on my blog.
You have reached a blog that has "Zip", that's me Sue Zipkin. This is the place where I will share my latest design news and other hopefully interesting stuff. I am a mom, wife, friend, artist, designer,illustrator, cook, and sometimes cleaner. I have been designing artwork for products for thousands of years ( more like 2 1/2 decades ). I am blessed to be able to share my art with the world and I thank everyone who has been kind enough to purchase products with my designs on them. I hope to inspire others to pursue their dreams .
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Creating handmade items
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Thanks, Sue Zipkin