Thursday, May 17, 2012

Costume Clubhouse eye candy

The costume kids are arriving early for Halloween, but don’t be tricked, think of them as a treat, maybe even eye candy, or better yet just candy! This year, the candy coating is thick with sweetness.

The Jolly Jabber, from the Fat Quarter Shop was kind enough to talk about the Costume Clubhouse collection and included a few fun facts about yours truly. You can go to their blog (here) to read the Q & A article. It will give a bit more insight into the creative process behind this collection. Thanks Jolly Jabber!

This halloween collection wouldn’t be complete without candy on the fabric scene. They parade around the bunting panel. They dance across ribbons on the clubhouse party print and create quite a scene trying to escape the acro-bats who try to sink their teeth into them on the scene panel.

In additon to candy these halloween fabrics wouldn’t be nearly as sweet without the original Costume Club kids, ghosts and bats. There are a few new club members, see if you can spot them, and of course new places for them to haunt, obviously the graveyard for one.

The Costume Clubhouse collection will be on display this weekend at the International Quilt Market, which just happens to be in my hometown, Kansas City. I will be checking in on the Costume Clubhouse kids at the Riley Blake Designs booth and make sure they aren’t misbehaving.

I would love to see any of you who might be coming to Spring Quilt Market on Friday, May 18 or Sunday, May 20. I’m planning on hanging around with my bats and buds at the RBD booth. Okay, so bats are not people, and buds are not the beginning bloom of a plant, you get that, right? :)


Miladylc said...

I Love the Look of the fabric
What more can I say : )
I am a Sheri McCulley Fan,

sally said...

I bought the panel to make the Happy Halloween. I had already bought the Costume Kids panel and made Halloween bags and a wall hanging. I just love this line. Thanks for making more super cute fabric. By the way I have some old Christmas fabric that I'm still trying to get quilted for my Christmas blanket this year!