The story never ends when the quilting magic begins
April 1, 2012
The Nightmare Effect
My sister is a huge fan of The Nightmare Before Christmas. So much so, that she made sure we had our own DVD . Fans that are quilters are sure to want to make a Nightmare quilt but, surprisingly, when I Googled, I didn't net that many results.
I think the characters are perfect for paper piecing patterns. Kristen is ahead of the game. I've always said that if you love something enough, you'll be inspired to create....
Kristen shared one of the patterns with me and I put it into EQ7. It was a good learning experience for me and I'm grateful for that. I think it is her intention to make more, share some with Sewhooked, and perhaps list things on Etsy.
I traced Kristen's hand drawn pattern into EQ7. I grouped the sections and numbered the pattern, printed it using Cute PDF, and sent the documents to Kristen. Above, is the colored image of the pattern without embroidery.
My name is Shannon. I'm a Twilight Quilter. My story isn't unique. Twilight fans around the globe have found ways to express their love for the books in many creative endeavors. I happen to love quilting so that is my chosen medium.
Once a member of the group that made the award winning Twilight Quilt for Stephenie Meyer, I am now on my own.
Join me as I am inspired to quilt Twilight.
I don't mind if you say I'm obsessed!
For more of my personal story, please visit my page.
I am not affiliated with Stephenie Meyer, but I'd like to be.
I have no association with any other Twilight quilting or craft groups at this time, nor do I want to be.
No infringement of any kind is intended.
All of the blocks and quilts must be directly credited to the creative genius that is Stephenie Meyer. I cannot in good faith take sole credit for any of the blocks or quilts because they are directly inspired by her written word. It is only my good fortune that I have such amazing material from which to channel my creativity.