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Wednesday, October 30, 2013


 We all had a fun Halloween night yesterday. OK, so we were a little early, but any excuse for a party!
There were five of us - Sue, Tracee, Annette, Carol, and moi.

Sue had finished that amazing quilt she was working on for a colleague. It was an old quilt top that looked a bit sad and sorry until Sue got her hands on it. She did wonders with it, fixing up all the split seams, adding little hexie flowers, trimming edges, and had it professionally quilted. It looks great, and the binding pulls it all together really well. Congratulations, Sue!

Here's us, looking scary. Well, not much, although that brain was
pretty scary, Tracee!
 As always, we had lots of yummy food. Tracee made interesting cup cakes, with a kind of deconstructed Halloween pumpkin theme. Very yummy though.

 Sue found a gorgeous witchy etagere and sprinkled spooky lollies all over it, as well as EYEBALLS which looked like boobs and tasted like meringues. Neat idea.
Here's my attempt at spooky food, marginally more healthy Halloween mouths with lolly fangs! The denture adhesive is peanut butter.
 Tracees' deconstructed cup cakes. She could win an art prize with these!
We even had authentic candy corn and pumpkin candy, and there's my paper-pieced pumpkin.

Below is a picture of Sue, with a picture of Sue. Are you seeing double? What a clever self-portrait it is! Sue found a lady in America who does these.
Love those bats, Sue!



  1. what a great time you girls had,and what an interesting night with all that spooky scary stuff going on,lol.xx