Tuesday, November 1, 2011

The Ghastlie Blog Hop!

It was a dark and stormy night..... I always wanted to use that since I'm Stormy Days and there isn't a better time than MY DAY for the GHASTLIE BLOG HOP.  

Before I show you my creations, I want to thank the amazing Madame Samm who became bewitched with this fabric, and put this hop together. All of us Ghastlies have had a great time and I have made some really weird special friends. 
Now on with the show. 

Please follow me (eerie voice)


Here's the husband holding the quilt for me, isn't he just so handsome.
I fell in love with this fabric last year and almost wasn't able to find any, it sold out fast. Luckily some stores restocked and I was able to make this wall hanging.


I wish you could see the pebbling and spider webs that are quilted on this quilt. I had such a great time making it, cackling the whole time. My daughter wanted one, but I didn't have enough fabric, so NO, it's mine all mine. 
This year, the Ghastlies came back and guess what? they are knitting. Now you need to know that a while back I told my daughter she needed a hobby to relax, of course, she started knitting which is the only craft that I can't figure out. 

I made her this


It's to hold her knitting needles and stuff, I don't knit so it's stuff.

This is the front, isn't that pretty, it reminds me of a cameo and I love the decorative stitch around the border.

The inside pockets and flap so the stuff doesn't fall out, her current one doesn't do that.

Then I made this

I used Geta's awesome tutorial to make this, I've made a few and they are fast and easy and perfect for gift boxes.

Then, how could I resist making this?

A little mini coffin. This was too much fun to make, except for the hot glue gun part, which is something I should never be allowed to own. 

The inside, perfect for trinkets. 


The mask in the earlier pictures and the hat above are machine embroidery designs from Urban Threads


Well, that's all for now, I hope you had a wonderful time. Please visit my Ghastlie Sisters who are showing their talents today



Miss Daisy Ghastlie
Mrs. Dana Ghastlie you are here
Mrs. Elaine Ghastlie 
Mrs. Gramma Sheri Ghastlie
Ms. Suz Ghastlie


I also have a nice surprise if you've made it this far. Make sure you leave a comment. Samm has some wonderful prizes each day and I will be picking a name to be sent to her for the daily grand prize. I'll pick this name tonight and the winner will be announced tomorrow.


Now for a thank you from me. I know some of my Ghastlie sisters made two of their creations so they could give one away. My extra walked out the door with the daughter, but I just happen to have a $25.00 gift certificate from I Have A Notion for one lucky person. Rules, there are always rules. You don't (DO NOT) need to follow me to win, but make sure I have a way to contact you, remember Word Press and Blogger don't play well together. If you have Word Press you will show up as a no reply. Leave a comment, any old thing, what you liked best in the hop, just hello will do. I will pick a name at the end of the hop on Nov. 4th 


Now get back to hopping!

170 comments:

  1. Your projects are just Ghastlie! He he! They are superb! All of the hoppers are! Great job! Please enter me in your giveaway! Thank you for sharing! Have a Ghastly Day! :)

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  2. Dana, your quilt is wonderful! The full moon in the center is a perfect touch! That gift box is something I'm going to have to check out the tute for. All your projects are great...we're gonna have to have a talk with that daughter of yours tho...hehe. Having ghastlie fun!
    Annie

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  3. I love how you've prettied the Ghastlies up in all your photos! Wonderful projects and the gift box is the best one. Thanks for entering my name in your contest.

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  4. Wow! Just love your husband's costume. Very nice! Now your quilt, very pretty love the colors. Goes together very well!!

    I'm sure your daughter will love the needle holder (or stuff holder) ha!

    Please enter me in both giveaways, I'd highly appreciate it!! :)

    Thanks for making this possible.

    cj.latour228[at]gmail[dot]com

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  5. I love the fabric and colors you used in your wallhanging, and the center is very clever. Just Ghastlie of you to make the knitting holder for your daughter since you wouldn't share the wallhanging. Just too clever with the little coffin! And you make Geta's pattern just Ghastlie!! I can't say I have favorites as there is more to come and everyone is so talented with new ideas around every Ghastlie corner. This has been such a fun and unique blog hop that I am so happy to have been part of.

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  6. Feliz el Dia do Los Muertos. Love your wall hanging.

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  7. I just LOVE your quilt! Actually I love everything you made, but partial to the quilt. I bet the quilting is just perfect for it. :) I love all of your creative projects! Thank you for sharing and please enter me in your GREAT giveaway. :)

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  8. That coffin would be great for a pair of glasses!

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  9. I love the coffin. Too cute. Definitely going to the top of my Ghastlie to do list.

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  10. everything was just Ghastlie!! loved the quilting on your wall hanging. so talented.
    huggs,
    char

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  11. Love the little casket, how creative!

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  12. I love your Ghastlie projects. You are a very creative woman. And your quilt is just so awesome. I haven´t ever known of the Ghastlies, but as I´m a follower to Madame Samm I have discovered a lot. I have ordered some Ghastlie fabric too, as the LQS will never ever sell fabric like that. I live in Sweden and the taste of the Swedish quilters is different.
    I will make me a quilt only for me.

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  13. lovely Ghastlie things. especially the cameo!!

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  14. Love the knitting roll up. My daughter knits too. Maybe I should make one for her.

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  15. Your projects are just beautiful. I think it is the shades of chocolate that keep popping up and drawing me in. Love the mask and the lace hat. My fave is the wallhanging with the moon and clouds in the middle. The little coffin box is also a winner.

    The props you chose for your photos were perfect! Makes me want to go re-shoot the pics for my blog...

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  16. I love your wall hanging. You selected lovely coordinating fabrics to make the Ghastlies pop!

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  17. Dana, great job on your Ghastlie projects. Your daughter has good taste. Thank you for a wonderful giveaway. Kd ~ www.KdQuilts.com

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  18. love the quilt and the gift box is way too cute, thanks for entering me in your giveaway, have a great day

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  19. What wonderful projects, especially the coffin - that really appealed to my sense of humour.

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  20. Mrs Dana Ghastlie...the pink in your creations..just the perfect touch..ohhhh your husband kinda of scared me...he looks too old for you lol. love the project he is holding up...oh my ...you made us sistahs sit up and take notice..that is a good thing x

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  21. ps. your sistah links are not working...mmm

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  22. I love all the creations and different ideas on this blog hop! Thanks for sharing yours.

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  23. Hi! You've got a very creative gene! Your coffin idea was hysterical!

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  24. Loved your things.The gift box idea is so cute..the quilt is just to sweet.

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  25. You have been busy. The gift box is such a good idea - a gift with a gift. Have a ghastlie day.
    Sue

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  26. Your projects are just the best - love to win..

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  27. Ghastlies!!!Luv your projects!Such talent,thanks for sharing :)

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  28. I am totally with you on the knitting front...I just don't get it! I have tried and tried but all to no avail. I do love the way you featured the knitting aunts for your daughter...how fortunate is she? Have a great day!

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  29. Cute projects! And I love the doggy costumes....hope they didn't eat too many treats!

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  30. What a Ghastlie looking husband!!! Enjoyed your blog today and projects!

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  31. All of your creations are beautifully ghastlie. The coffins are terror-ific. I love them!

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  32. Thanks for sharing, your quilt is so wonderful!

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  33. Your hubby was a great catch I see. I'm sure he doesn't cause you much grief at all. Hehehe. I have never attempted to make a bag of any kind but with all you Ghastlie sistahs cranking them out, I may have to give it a try.

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  34. Your quilt is wonderful. I especially like the way you did the center block. In fact, all your projects are great. Thanks for the giveaway too.

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  35. I love the gift box! Thanks for sharing. Please enter me in your giveaway.

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  36. Dana, you went over the ghastlies top. The wall hanging turned out wonderful, and love your knitting kit creation. Too cute.

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  37. Such wonderful Ghastlie projects. Love the gift box. I need that tutorial. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  38. Wow your ghastlie projects r wonderful. ..the quil
    t is awesome but I love the trinket box. ...hv a ghastlie fun day. Sharon

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  39. How cool that Sebastian fit perfectly inside of your coffin! That was neat. I loved the full moon and dark clouds behind your haunted house in your quilt. Everything was fabulous. Thank you!

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  40. I'm a Ghastlie new follower. What creative projects you've come up with, just Ghastlie. Wherever did you find such a Ghastlie(handsome) man. Thanks Dana for keeping us hopping! ;-> Toni Anne

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  41. Fun! Love the gift box. Thanks for sharing!

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  42. I love your husband ;) Your coffin is pretty rockin too.

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  43. Great projects! I totally understand how "extras" walk away with the daughter...

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  44. OMgosh the coffin just cracked me up. I love how you did the center of your quilt as a circle. All of your creations are very imaginative. Great work.

    Thanks for sharing.

    jleibfried@aol.com

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  45. Thank you for sharing...your wallhanging is beautiful..

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  46. I love all these Ghastlie projects. I'd never seen this fabric before but now I must find some - so fun!

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  47. The coffin is delightful. It would look sweet stuffed with sweets on the side table :)

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  48. I love that gift box. It would have been a perfect candy box for the trick-or-treaters who didn't show last night! Thanks for sharing all your fun projets.

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  49. All of your Ghastlie project are great!! Thanks for the opportunity to enter your wonderful giveaway.

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  50. You definitly made your sistahs proud...luv your quilt and the trinket box is awesome. For sure....I'm going to make a quilt and I'll be snug and warm under my quilt when the Ghastlie flu hits me next year. Great job Mrs Dana Ghastlie!!!...(o:

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  51. Stormy Days! What a wonderful name! I am your polar opposite as my maiden name is Sonney (like sunny). Your projects are so completely different from others, especially that cute little coffin! Where, oh, where did the box come from? Did you make it also?

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  52. I love your Ghastlie quilt!!!

    Hey, if Sistaahhhs can play...I'd love to be included in the draw!

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  53. I love your wall quilt! Great projects.

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  54. Oh my Ghoodness, Dana! How Ghastlie creative are you! This blog hop has been sew much fun! The only thing that could make it better was if we had a Ghastlie retreat and all got together.......oh Madame Samm...what a ghreat idea!

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  55. I really have to figure out how you made that coffin - too cute for words! And I've marked the quilt to come back to because I love that you cut a round piece for the middle. I would never have thought of that. Wonderful job! blessings, marlene

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  56. I love the knitting rollup. I do knit, and this would be perfect! Thanks for the chance.

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  57. Your husband is a Gould Looking Man! Oh, sorry I thought ghastly puns were a requirement for this hop.
    Nice ues of the fabric in your quilt and your little gift box is so fun. I wouldn't have thought of that. I saw those boxes yesterday somewhere. May have to work the old brain to figure out where it was. Thanks for your inspiration!

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  58. Thank you so much, Dana, for sharing your wonderful projects! Love the quilt and the knitting needles case. Great job!

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  59. I just love your trinket box! I have had such a graet time checkingout teh ghastly ideas all of you wonderful ladies have had!!

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  60. I love what you made for your daughter's knitting! So adorable! You must make a tutorial on that one!!!

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  61. Absolutely love your coffin... it's amazingly pretty and useful too!... great job!

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  62. No dark and stormy night here, our Halloween was beautiful and just a bit cool - perfect for a light jacket. Wonderful Ghastlie projects! Yes, I did notice the mask and wondered about it and then was excited to hear that I could get an embroidery design! Thanks for the fun blog.

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  63. A coffin! How funny. But, I can't resist bags. Always my favorites. Thanks for the chance at the gift certificate - very generous of you.

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  64. Love that coffin!! Please enter me in your giveaway!

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  65. Loved you work and the projects. Please enter my name for your random drawing - I would be ecstatic if I win (and ghastlie if I don't).

    I liked meeting all the new folks at different blogs - that was the best part.

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  66. I love your Ghastlie projects although I thought your husband was looking a bit peaky!!
    I loved the coffin! a great touch!!

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  67. Love the colors you put with the wall hanging!

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  68. Oh my Goodness Ghastlie... that coffin trinket holder is adorable. Please put in line for the next drawing... Thanks,

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  69. Wonderful projects.Your daughter will be very happy with her quilt.Congratulations!!

    Please,enter me.Have a fun Ghastly day!!

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  70. What a handsome devil your husband is!!! :-) The quilt is way too cool. Love the round center medallion. Now for that coffin!! We want a tut. we want a tut, everyone say after me... It is just too darn funny and perfect for this Ghastlie fabric.

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  71. I can see the charm your husband has, no wonder you married him...HA!! Your projects are just awesome....

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  72. Wow - you did some awesome stuff!! Love the trinket holder, especially! Thank you!! :)

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  73. Love the projects, the knitting "stuff" holder is very cute! Love the basket as well. Great job!

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  74. Well, you got very creative with the fabric. It is so much fun to see what everyone has come with. Great job.

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  75. I ADORE the gift boxes. What a great creative use of the Ghastlies.

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  76. I love your coffin trinket box! How Ghastlie! Thanks for sharing and for the giveaway!

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  77. So many new Ghastlie delights every day!! Love all your projects and ADORE your coffin trinket box :)

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  78. Just absolutely Ghastlie and lovely. You Is Creative!!! Love them all. JudyC Ghastlie

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  79. The quilt is really fabulous! And that little coffin is just the cutest! I love your creations...and those touches of lavender! Thanks for the Ghastlie FUN! ♥

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  80. Love your projects - your wall hanging is ghastlie! My favorite is the coffin - thanks for all your work!

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  81. ´love your Ghastlie work! and would love to win
    greetings Brigitte

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  82. That mini-coffin is hilarious - love it! LOVE YOUR BLOG and I am so happy to be entered in your giveaway too!

    sao in Midlothian, VA

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  83. I adore your Ghastlie creations. Each one unique and very clever. The full moon is very cool. Thank you for participating in this Ghastlie Super Party as I have enjoyed it so much. P.S. I also get to follow such talented people.

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  84. Dana, what a ghastlie lovely name, same as the horrid ghastlie granddaughter of mine. It is with all my ghastlieness that I am entering to win your ghastlie giveaway. I will feel totally ghastlie if you do not draw my name. Ghastlie paybacks are my specialty. Bwahahaha New ghastlie follower

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  85. That coffin is wondrously Ghastly. I can just see the fight I will have with my DGD if I win your giveaway. Your daughter is lucky that you made a carrier for her knitting stuff!

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  86. Very clever creations, dana! Love it all...

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  87. wow nice projects! very ghastlie!

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  88. Love your projects. Very jealous of your handsome hubby. I have had trouble following and commenting on some blogs. I use google-wonder if that is why.

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  89. I love your wall hanging. The center that is round and looks like it has dark clouds going across. I am having a fun time seeing what everyone is making with the ghastlies. Hope they make more next year.

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  90. Loved your projects. I knit also, so thought the needle roll-up was special. Thanks for sharing with us and for the giveaway.

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  91. Love your Ghastlie projects...the center of your quilt is perfect and that adorable coffin...too cute!!! TFS
    cwayons(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  92. Wow, that mini coffin is so adorable! I want to make one to keep some jewelry in. I also like your quilt, adding the teal was unexpected but a nice color choice.
    Thanks for sharing!

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  93. all your projects are great! I love the gift box). Thank you for sharing

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  94. Love your projects, especially the gift bos.

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  95. Great projects! Thanks for sharing!

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  96. I love the coffin so funny! great job on your projects...

    Lorene

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  97. Oh gosh, I really think you need to fatten up that hubby of yours. He looks a bit Ghastlie to me. :)

    Love the things you have created. One of my favorite things seen so far was the wall hanging done of the Ghastlie mansion where the different Ghastlies had been appliqued inside the windows. Super cute idea.

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  98. Your creations are amazing!!
    oshnpashn at gmail dot com

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  99. Ghastlie projects you have....Your quilt is wonderful....Thanks for sharinga and the chance to win

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  100. Great projects, very Ghastlie! Thank you for sharing!

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  101. Boy! LOVE the quilt, and oh how nasty your hubby looks! ;D Also drooling over that coffin box.

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  102. Great use of the fabric. I love the knitting case. What a good Idea to add a flap so the stuff does not fall out. What a wonderful give away, thank you!!

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  103. I especially love your coffin creation:) My daughter would have walked off with that had she seen it!!! Loving the Ghastlies hop; thanks for inspiring me today with all of your great creations:)

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  104. Such neat projects!
    Pretty Ghastlies!
    Thanks for sharing!

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  105. Enjoyed seeing all of the awesome Ghastlie projects that you've completed. The circlular block in the middle of the quilt just makes it pop! I also like your cameo treatment for the knitting rollup (though I don't knit). Thanks for the giveaway. IHAN is a great shop.

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  106. Some really inspirational projects. I love the owl on the box

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  107. Wow! How creative. I have a daughter who knits, too, and i LOVE your knitting needle keeper. Thanks for sharing!
    Cathy_Rayes@yahoo.com

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  108. All of your Ghastlie projects are wonderful. Your quilt is especially beautiful. Thanks for taking to time to help produce the blog hop. It has been fun!

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  109. Ah how nice that your daughter got something. Your quilt is amazing. I love that you added dark clouds around the haunted house. Your bags are neat as well. Thanks for the giveaway.

    missmoozie(at)gmail(dot)com

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  110. ghastlie wall hanging! ghruesome treasure box! ghreat things going on here ... a mystery prize! love that!

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  111. Your ghastly casket is eerily cute with that pink lining. Great job.
    :) Thanks for the giveaway.

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  112. I have loved this hop and your projects are great. Thanks for sharing.

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  113. I love your wall hanging. I don't know if this is the case, but in the pictures it looks glittery, and I adore glitter :) That coffin is also way too cute! Thanks for sharing your projects and please enter me in your giveaway. Thanks!

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  114. Amazing projects! The coffin is so cute! Ghastlie goodies!

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  115. Your wall hanging is sooktacular and your husband so handsome. I love all of your Ghastlie products especially the coffin (too cute). I would love to be entered into your giveaway.

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  116. what a FUN quilt & other sewn goodies! Thanks for sharing your talents with us! I'm having a ghast hopping around each day but I missed yesterday!

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  117. Your quilt is lovely. Thanks for sharing with us!

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  118. The Ghastlie boxes have tempted me to try making one and the quilt is amazing. You've done a Ghastlie job on all your projects--love them! Thanks!

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  119. Oh Ms Dana Ghastlie! I love your wonderful sense of humor..you are fun! Thanks also you you for your wonderful much appreciated help in my time of need. I LOVE your projects! Lucky daughter!

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  120. Your quilt and other projects are wonderful! The coffin box is such a good idea. Thanks for the chance to win the IHAN gift certificate.

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  121. Those gift boxes are super duper!!! I also love that hat by the coffin...and the coffin box too. I'll just take one of each please. lol Well done!

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  122. Oh my those are some Ghastlie projects!!! That mini coffin is to die for. Great work!

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  123. Wonderful projects....love the roll up for knitting "stuff"!! Love Kelly's store, too - thanks for the chance to win a spree at IHAN!!

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  124. I love your projects...I just love the quilt and the basket from Geta...

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  125. I love how you have done something new that I haven't seen yet. That gift box is awesome and I'm headed to her tut to learn something new. Please enter me in your giveaway.
    Jan

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  126. Adorable ghastlie yummies! Great knitting holder...cameo is too cute!! Love the bag from geta's tutorial. Think i need one!! Thanks for opportunity and have a great day

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  127. Wow as a active knitter I would love the knitter roll up. Really love all your projects.

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  128. I think I love your quilt the best of all I have seen on the Ghastly blog hop. I really loved what you made your daughter. I would love to be entered in your giveaway too.

    kelli_loves_sharks@yahoo.com

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  129. I know why your daughter made off with your project! They are all Ghastlie! Thank you for the chance to win a giveaway.

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  130. I love your wall hanging! Tres Ghastlie! Thanks for the chance, Dianne

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  131. Fantastic projects. I love the quilt and the fabric box. Thanks for sharing

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  132. Wonderful Ghastlie projects! I like the circular center in the middle of the quilt and I am sure your daughter will love her knitting kit.

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  133. Lovely projects, well done! I really love the needle and knitting supplies holder with the lovely lace border. Thanks for sharing.

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  134. I love your quilt and the way you designed and quilted it, wonderful piece. The coffin is so fun. I just saw a glass case, wouldn't that be fun, a coffin shaped glasses case.

    Debbie

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  135. Oh, that little coffin is to DIE for.

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  136. I like the moon on your quilt--it's creative and really makes the fabric pop! This blog hap has been such a blast!!

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  137. Love how dark your quilt looks! And the coffin...to die for! I've never seen anything like that, it's absolutely charming in a ghastlie kind of way! ;-)

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  138. love your projects Dana - that circle in the middle of the quilt is gorgeous and so is the little coffin - nice touch !

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  139. That little coffin is cool! Thanks for sharing it all.

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  140. I loved the knitting things you made for your daughter! Sooo cute!

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  141. Loved the Ghastly knitting stuff holder. Ill have to make one for my sister. Thansk for the giveaway!

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  142. How awesome your gifts are, and how talented you are. This has been such fun, and I'm so thrilled to be sharing it with all of you.

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  143. Love the coffin! Great job!
    And how amazing is that quilt!!

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  144. I love all your projects. The knitting roll is my favorite!! Great idea!!!

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  145. I love all of your Ghastlie projects Dana! The quilt is wonderful, thanks for shring. I am now a floower of your blog.
    Cheers
    maggie

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  146. These are all so ghastlie!!! I love the haunted house with the full moon and the knitty keeper... the coffin! Simply marvelous!!!

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  147. I just adore the little coffin box! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  148. All of your designs are perfectly Ghastlie! (That's a good thing - lol!)
    I love the coffin - so much fun!
    Thank you so much for sharing!

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  149. Great projects. Love the knitting needle caddy. Looking at all the Ghastlies projects has been so much fun.

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  150. oh how ghastlie ! you are very creative ! the quilt is awesome . your daughter's knitting organizer if the bomb ( I don't knit ; I crochet , but not that much anymore ) . thanks for the fun . Tell your husband that he is ghastlie handsome !

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  151. Your quilt is great! i have loved all the projects but most of all all the quilts.
    butler83ataoldotcom

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  152. Dana! Dang woman! you are good! I LOVE each project!!!
    and you have a very cool hubby for the pic of him!!!

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  153. Handsome hubby, lol. Love the wall hagging. Thanks for sharing.

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  154. Oh your wallhanging is so ghastlie gorgeous!! I'm sure your daughter will love her needle holder with all the pockets. All your items are great. Your little coffin is perfect for that special someone. hehe. You are so talented. Thanks for sharing your creations. Please enter me in your drawing as well.

    Thank you for the giveaway and a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  155. It amazes me the number of unique projects you ghastlie sistahs have come up with! Between you, you could decorate an entire haunted house with fabulous ghastlie things! I'd love to decorate my own home with a ghastlie thing so please do enter me in your giveaway!

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  156. Wonderful Ghastlie projects - I cackled at the cute little coffin! wonderful!

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  157. I like the boxes. The photo frame style for this fabric is perfect, I think.

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  158. Dana, your 'stuff" is simply Ghastlie wonderful! I especially love the bag and your story of the headless man. How funny to have left him headless!! I think I would have been tempted. Your Give away is Over the top wonderful!! Hope I win!!
    Blessings
    Gmama Jane

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  159. Thanks for sharing your projects, I love the wall hanging! I like the variety of styles I'm seeing from all the bloggers. Thanks!

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  160. Love all your projects, especially the little eyeglass holders, too cute! Thanks for a chance to win, been loving the hop :)

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  161. I'm late, but, I read your post. I'd love to win the gift certificate. You have such cute things you made. Nice job. Love that coffin.

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  162. Wow - you are really a creative ghastlie! Just love all your projects. Even the tiny coffen (I'll bet that's what your daughter walked off with! Thanks for the fun & sharing.

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  163. I love your projects! Thanks for sharing your Ghastlies with us!

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  164. Really neat Ghastlie projects! I love the little coffin the best!

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  165. Wow you made lots of Ghastlie projects! I love that you used a dark background on your quilt. And I think the little coffin is cool! Thanks for a chance to win your awesome giveaway! :)

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