Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Day2 Wicked Blog hop - WICKED ONE HANDLE BAG

Welcome to the Wicked Blog hop brought to you by Wicked Wendy and Madm Samm. Looks like I am diving from one Halloween project into the other since September. After 2 spider web quilts I wanted to do something different. How about WICKED ONE HANDLE BAG. My inspiration was the one eye monster Mike from the "Monster University" movie.

There triangles where left over from the Boo-crew spider web quilt below. I don't like to waste any fabric ;).


Quilted the white triangles with radiating rays


Wicked Bag with Spider web quilt
Here are my 2 "Cute And Spooky Spider web" quilts along with link to the tutorials:
 The first one is my most recent Spider web quilt just finished last week using Moda's Boo crew fabric line.
Click here for the tutorial using Spider Web ruler




Cute and Spooky Spider web quilt - tutorial here
This one I made it for Riley Blake Design's Cutting Corners College. It doesn't require any special ruler for this tutorial.

Checked out other WICKED projects lined up today:

Wednesday October 23rd:











The Recipe Bunny 


Thank you Wendy for being our cheerleader for this WICKED WONDERFUL BLOG HOP. And Madm Samm for bring us all together for this WICKEDNESS ;).
 

77 comments:

  1. Oooh they are lovely - great colours. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Nice projects. Lovely fabrics. You just better turn the word verification.

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  3. That one handled bag is too funny! What a wicked idea! Love the spiderweb quilts. Amazing! Thank you for sharing!

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  4. your spiderweb blocks are great and love the idea of a one handled bag ! thanks for sharing

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  5. I love your one handle bag. And your spider web blocks are awesome. Thanks for sharing and being part of this hop

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  6. One handled bag is cute. Ad those spiderweb web quilts are wicked.

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  7. Love your projects!! Happy Halloween!!

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  8. your bag reminds me of halloween candy... what are they called??? for the life of me I cannot remember...

    Love your spiderweb quilts!

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  9. Love your bag and the quilts...wickedly wonderful!

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  10. Beautiful projects! I especially love the bag.

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  11. What a great bag that would be for carrying your stitching to guild meetings! blessings, marlene

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  12. Great bag,,,but love love love the quilt

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  13. ohhh sweet eerie web creator of all wickedness, you may yes you may have...wellllll follow the web to here blank...

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    1. ps. if you turn off your word verification today, I bet you will get even more wicked comments...

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    2. Turned off the word verification. Sorry about that.

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  14. Love those spider quilts and your bag is perfect!

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  15. Spider quilts look so fun to do, love it.

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  16. Your spider web quilts are sew cute. Thanks for the link to the tutorial.

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  17. Your bag is adorable. Your quilts are really beautiful!! Great job!

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  18. Great job on yourprojects. Congratulations on being in the top two today.

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  19. I love your spider web quilt!

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  20. My goodness…those quilts are beautiful!! I love the bag…what great colors!! Thanx for the inspiration!

    Nini~

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  21. Very nice projects. Love that you used a 45 degree ruler for the spiderweb. I've used 60 degree rulers and now will consider my 45 degree one! And strip piecing with those jelly roll strips is awesome! thanks for sharing

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  22. Beautiful is all I can say. Isn't it nice when you can do a pattern and not have to buy specialty rulers. I love it

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  23. Wow! Love the web quilts and the bag.
    Congrats on being one of the chosen!

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  24. I really like the bag! I read candy corn in the pattern, and it's making my mouth water a bit though... :)

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    1. Sorry if my email didn't show up on my first comment, here's another happy thought for you!
      brandizzle7133 at gmail.com

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  25. Beautiful projects. I like your spider web!

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  26. The bag is cute love the spider web quilt.

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  27. What a beautiful bag and Boo Crew is always perfect for Halloween!

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  28. Very cool, thank you for the tutorial's.

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  29. I love that bag--looks like you're still in that 60 degree triangle mode too! Thanks for sharing your work. :-)

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  30. I love your bag! Thanks for joining the hop!

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  31. Lovely bag and spider web quilt! Thank you for sharing.

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  32. That BAG!!! it looks like yummy candy corn!!!
    Great Job!

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  33. I love spider web quilts but haven't made one yet..it's on my list. Yours are very nice.

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  34. BOO-tiful quilts and tote. Wicked fun hop and thank you for participating.

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  35. that bag is really cute and looks nice and roomy!

    :) Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation

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  36. Seeing your spider web quilt makes me want to try one. See what happens with blog hops, just gives me more things to do. Thanks for joining the hop!

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  37. Nice job on the quilt and i love the bag. Looks like upside down candy corn.

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  38. Lovely work on the quilt and the bag is very nice as well

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  39. Darling quilt and bag! Thanks for sharing with us.

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  40. These are just wickedly delightful :)

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  41. Vonderful, vonderful job. Love the quilts and the bag.

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  42. What a cute bag - it's wonderful to not be wasteful. Two spider web quilts - totally wicked!!

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  43. Great job on the spider web quilt - I used Boo Crew fabric in my project yesterday. It's such a cute fabric line.

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  44. Thanks for sharing....I love that black spider web fabric you used with all the curly-ques, complete with spiders!

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  45. Love those spider webs. They are so fun to piece. The basket is a stroke of genius! Great way to use those webs!

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  46. Love both of your projects. that bag is really cute.
    xo jan

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  47. Love your spider web quilt and your one handle bag is wickedly cute. Thanks for sharing.

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  48. The bag made from scraps is super cute. My favorite of the spider quilts is the first one. Thanks for sharing the tutorial with us.

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  49. Your candy corn bag and the spider web quilt....spooktacular. Love the Boo Crew fabrics...thanks for sharing!! I'll be checking out the spider web tutorial. Happy Haunting!! Pauline

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  50. Your spider web quilts look great! The bag is a super use of scraps!

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  51. The triangles on your bag look like candy corn. I love that. Your quilt is great too.

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  52. Beautiful quilt. The fabrics are awesome.

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  53. Oh, I love that bag! Your quilts are very beautiful also.

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  54. The bag is really cute but I love that spider web quilt!

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  55. All of your goodies are just terrific.

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  56. Trick or treat, I want that quilt. Thanks for sharing with us.

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  57. You are wickedly an overachiever in this one, lol. Your quilts are the cat's meow, for sure. That bag is perfect for leftovers. You really nailed the Wicked hop and congrats on being a chosen one. Well deserved. I'm inspired to make a web quilt myself. Thank you.

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  58. Cute bag and wickedly awesome quilt...love them both!

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  59. Love, love, love your projects! Great job!

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  60. Great projects, love the spider web quilt.

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  61. Great bag!! I love it. those quilts are so great!!!!

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