Monday, October 28, 2013

What a Wicked Good Time!

I hope you have been enjoying the Wicked Blog Hop! It's been  fun seeing all the creativity! Today is my turn to show what I have made, but first I want to thank Madame Samm and Wendy for all they do for us. Thanks to our sponsors (Wyndham Fabrics, Reliable IRON, and Bird Brain Designs ) for their generosity!
My first project was a couple of zip pouches, a Monster and Black Cat.

 
My next project was a miniquilt for my Ackfeld hanger in my dining room.
A haunted house complete with bats and spiders and spider webs.

 
It is on the hanger, but due to uncooperative weather and unWicked background,
I add a starry night draped in the hanger.
 
Since I finished my planned projects earlier than expected, I decided to make a little Mummy zip pouch to go with my Monster and Black Cat.

 
Be sure to visit the other Wicked creators today:
          October 29th
 
The full schedule is in my previous post, if you have missed any of the Wicked days!
Thanks for stopping by, I enjoy visitors!
 
I have a giveaway for all my followers who leave a comment.
Please include how you follow me in your comment.
and answer the question : Do you own an Ackfeld hanger?
 
What is the giveaway you ask???.....
I'm going to be a little Wicked and keep that a surprise!

70 comments:

  1. I just found you with this Wicked Hop, and am now following you by email. I have never owned an Ackfeld Hanger, but I have seen them and they are lovely! I'm glad I found your blog. Love your zipper bags.

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  2. Wickedly coin pouched and your mini quilt is fantastic! I love the Ackfeld hangers, sew many varieties. Thank you for sharing.

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  3. I love your wicked coin pouches. They are so wicked cute. Thanks for sharing and being part of this hop

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  4. I love your projects! The pouches are too funny! Love the mummy one. The little quilt is just stunning! I am a new follower (bloghopping along) via email. I don't have an Ackfeld hanger. To be truthful here, never heard of them.......

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  5. Cute cute pouches. Your hanging is great too.

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  6. Your projects are wonderful. I have a tabletop hanger for 12 inch quilts and a tiny three fold one for my office. I follow with gfc

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  7. Love your projects... Especially the embroidery mini quilt.

    I did own an Ackfield hanger but I gave it away on the first hop I used it. I need another!

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  8. Great projects! I really love the Mummy pouch!

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  9. Those little zip pouches are adorable! I love the little quilt, too! Great job!

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  10. totally wrapped up by your haunting wickedness

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  11. I love all your projects - that haunted house is amazing and the pouches...darling! blessings, marlene

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  12. Great interesting projects. Thanks for sharing

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  13. Love all your projects. I do have an Ackfield hanger and also gave one to my mother. Such a cute little accent to a room. Thanks for the surprise giveaway.

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  14. What cute pouches ! Awesome job as usual !

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  15. This is my first time on your Blog and enjoyed seeing your projects. I'm starting this Blog hop a little late but am enjoying it. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  16. Your little pouches are adorable, I love your creativity.

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  17. Oh my gosh, those zipper pouches are soooooo cute!

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  18. I love your haunted house!
    I don't own an Ackfield hanger (I don't even know what one is!!)
    I'm a happy follower!

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  19. Your pouches are spook-tacular, and I love your mini-quilt. Great work!

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  20. Thanks for the chance to win. I follow along by e-mail.

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  21. what great little pouches I could see them as a special treat for some little ghouls and goblins. Thanks for sharing in the Wicked hop
    in stitches

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  22. I love the 'Haunted House' wall hanging. No I do not own an Ackfield hanger, keep procrastinating with buying one or a dozen, I like so many of them! I follow you via email. Thanks for sharing with us.

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  23. I love that little cat pouch. I think my grandaughter would love any of those pouches. Would be a nice treat. I dont own an Ackfield hanger. Thanks for sharing

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  24. I am an email follower. Thanks for sharing. I have an "Ackfield" copy for a hanger.

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  25. The pouches are so cute! My granddaughters would love them!
    I don't own a hanger but have been wanting one to hang some of my mini quilts on.

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  26. Great zip pouches! I like the mummy one,lol.

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  27. Thanks for the great ideas. Got to make a pouch for my granddaughter. Love the miniquilt too! I am a follower and I have several Ackfeld hangers.

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  28. They are all fabulous projects - I love the mummy pouch. Thanks for sharing.

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  29. HI,NEAT PROJECTS!
    FOLLOW>GFC
    YES,I OWN SOME ACKFELD HANGERS>LOVE THEM!
    THANKS FOR SHARING!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  30. I am sew glad you needed something else to do cause I love, love, love the mummy. Don't get me wrong, your other purses and your hanging are great but the mummy has my heart.

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  31. OH MY GOSH!! those zippered purses are wicked wonderful!!! please share where you got the pattern!!! esp the mummy! way too cute!!!

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  32. All your projects turned out great. I especially like the haunted house hanger. I do not own any hangers yet. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  33. Zipper pouches for the wicked, I love. They are so perfect. That mummy is my favorite. Nice job.

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  34. Your Mummy zip pouch is the cutest Wicked ever. BOOtiful quilt for your hanger. Thank you for Wicked hopping.

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  35. Those zip pouches are sew wicked. Very creative.

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  36. I am a new3 email follower. OK, what is an Ackfield Hanger?

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  37. Those zippered pouches are adorable... er i mean boo-tiful. :) Love the mummy!

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  38. Even just a single word... CUTE...oh my oh my...golly gee. Well I couldn't stop at one word.... Luv it.

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  39. I just found you through this blog hop and have become a follower. No I do not have the hanger. Nancy: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

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  40. Nice spooky haunted house. No don' own a Ackfeld hanger.
    Follow on bloglovin. Happy Halloween! 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  41. Love those pouches. So much fun. I follow you by google friends. I have many ackfeld hangers. I love the seasonal or theme ones.

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  42. The zip pouches are awesome! Love the embroidery? haunted house and no, I don't have any Ackfeld hangers but have seen many of them. I follow on GFC. Thanks for offering the giveaway.

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  43. Your pouches are so cute! I do own an Ackfield hanger, but I haven't made a quilt for it yet. :-(

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  44. Love your zip pouches... especially the mummy! I am a new gfc follower. Don't think I have a ackfeld hanger...?

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  45. Your pouches are beyond cute, I love them. No, I don't have an Ackfield hanger. I follow via GFC.

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  46. Super cute pouches. Nope, don't have one of those hangers. Happy Halloween!

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  47. What wonderful pouches you have made up! It would be hard to pick a favorite but I think I would go with the mummy as I don't think anyone else has made one yet?? Could be wrong there. Too cute stuff. I am a follower so thanks for the giveaway opportunity.

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  48. I like your little pouches, and your wall hanging is great!

    :) Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation

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  49. What is an Ackfeld Hanger? Love the mummy head!

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  50. Great job on all your projects. Love the zipper pouches.

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  51. Luv the zip pouches...especially the mummy. Great job on the haunted house embroidery. I follow by GFC and I have an Ackfeld table top hanger and one that holds my message board on the wall. Happy Haunting, Pauline

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  52. I follow via Google. I love your projects. The haunted house is fantastic. Since I have never decorated for Halloween, I'm enjoying seeing everyone's projects. Yes, we celebrated - it just wasn't a big deal. Yes, I have an Ackfeld hanger. It sits on the hearth of my fireplace. I have blocks of the month to fit it except none of them are done yet. They are all in boxes in my sewing room. Do those count as UFO's? Thanks for sharing your amazing creativity and being a great inspiration.

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  53. Your pouches and your mini are just wonderfil.

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  54. Love your Haunted House..So creative. No I do not have an Ackfeld hanger. Thank you for sharing. I am following by e-mail.

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  55. No, I do not have an Ackfeld hanger. I follow through google. Thanks for the chance to win one of your creations.

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  56. They are so cute. I love your little mini quilt!!

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  57. I have a couple of metal quilt hangers but don't know if they are Ackfeld or not. Love your projects but think the mummy is just toooo cute!

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  58. I love the fun zip pouches, especially the mummy! Is that haunted house machine embroidery? Thanks for sharing your beautiful work!

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  59. I like your zippered pouches too! The monster one is my favorite, I can just hear him growling :)

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  60. I do have an Ackfeld hanger and need to make some more seasonal projects to switch out the display from time to time. I follow via google. Those little zippered pouches are so much fun!

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  61. You have done some wickedly cute projects

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  62. I love all your projects! The Mummy zippered pouch is my favorite! Too cute.
    xo jan

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  63. such cute projects - thanks for sharing - and I do own an ackfeld hanger - just waiting for it to arrive !

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  64. Hahaha, I love those pouches! They really are just too cool!

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  65. Those pouches are just too funny. Thanks for sharing all your projects!

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