Baltimore Style Halloween Quilt: My Love For Hand Applique Continues

As you can see I am making very slow progress on my Halloween block of the month quilt, but I still am totally and completely in love with hand applique.  It’s obvious this quilt will not be ready to enjoy this fall, but I actually have a pretty tight timeline I’m working with.  I am lucky enough to be on the schedule for Christian Lane Quilters for February.  If I miss my chance then, I believe Wilma is booked out until the end of 2012, if I’m lucky!

(If you’d like a glimpse of Wilma’s amazing talent, read her bio, here, and be sure to scroll all the way down to the bottom of the article.  See that quilt?  Yeah, amazing!)

If I’ve sparked your interest in hand applique, take a peek at one of my favorite posts: Five Unconventional, Unprofessional, and Somewhat Provocative Tips for Perfect Hand Applique.

And if you’d like a peek at what the finished quilt will look like…

…I’ve still got a long way to go by February!


Nikki, In Stitches

PS…If you’d like to get started on this quilt, too, you can purchase just the pattern here, or (if you’re like me and want everything delivered right to your door so you can immediately get working) you can get kits, here.

PPS…Photo of the finished quilt courtesy of P3 Designs!

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4 Responses to Baltimore Style Halloween Quilt: My Love For Hand Applique Continues

  1. Diva Silva says:

    gorgeous work.

  2. Naomi Vela says:

    Love love love the quilt, but can’t justify that much money on one pattern.


    • Nikki says:

      I agree! It is REALLY expensive!
      However, if you factor in that I’m still not finished, and I started this thing four years ago, the price isn’t quite as shocking! 😉

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