Saturday, October 23, 2010

Halloween Pennant

Yeah, I have been on a roll with the Halloween fabric this year. I'm feeling highly motivated to de-stash - or to actually put to use the fabric that has been waiting patiently for, in some cases, years. So while the Halloween pile was out, I went ahead and cut some pennant triangles with my Accuquilt GO! Cutter. I'm totally happy with the end result.
Hope you are enjoying your weekend. This is what I'm going to enjoy this weekend. The last of the tomatoes. My crop was not abundant but it was sufficient. And oh I will miss them. We've had the most gorgeous, warm fall/autumn this year. But it looks as though this weekend is the end. Winter is coming. Drat. So yard work is on the weekend to-do list too. I can't get out of it any more - although an out-of-control yard might just add to the spooky atmosphere.  Hmmmm . . .

19 comments:

  1. Cute banner! Have fun with the tomatoes; they look yummy!

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  2. Love your Halloween penant! Enjoy your tomatoes!

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  3. How do you find the time? So cute!

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  4. Love those pennants. I'm high enough in the county that my tomatoes have already frozen.

    The spooky dilema is a big one. My front porch is covered in morning glory vine. It is great in summer, but now it is frost dead. I want to rip it out, but DH wants to leave it until after the holiday!!

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  5. Super cute! I am a huge fan of pennants. I made a halloween one for my mantle this year. :)

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  6. So cute!! If I had a mailing address right now I'd totally buy one. :D

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  7. Love the Halloween pennant...great idea...I might not have enough time to make one this year, but maybe I can at least cut the triangles!

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  8. That tomato photo made me drool...our tomatoes have been long gone. I think the hardest part of winter is no fresh tomatoes.

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  9. I made a pennant similar to yours. The link below links to a post I created with a picture of the one I made (along with several other things).

    I also ordered a package of these because I know of a few people who want me to make them one. :) Thanks so much!

    Some of My Crafting

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  10. Just ordered one from your Etsy shop. Thank you!

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  11. Oh I love your banner...I could just eat those tomatoes too!!

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  12. Such a cute idea! I always buy Halloween fabric that I like, but never know what to do with it! I'm bookmarking your post :)
    Thanks for the inspiration!

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  13. LOVE this pennant. Great fabrics and your triangles are cut so perfectly! Thanks for being our newest follower- it made my week!

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  14. your stuff is all so cute, I love your posts, they make me want to sew!!!

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  15. Cute pennant! I had to link up to in my post about making a paper pennant banner. You can check it out at http://simplycottagelove.blogspot.com/2011/08/paper-pennant-banner-decorate.html

    Thanks for the inspiration! ~Heather @SimplyCottageLove

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