• my favorite- very hard to see in this size
  • my runner up fave
  • my husband's fave- and I have loads of it, so it will be the backing
  • my least favorite- skull bandana print

Skullz, sharp

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Layout of a quilt for my husband. So much fun!

isa13, Mellicious, Phil Sherry, and 22 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. Rose (Quiltsaurus Rex) 91 months ago | reply

    Very, very inspired! I like the fabrics. They are weird, but expressive!

  2. fissiett 91 months ago | reply

    this is just beautiful, really

  3. Extraordinarily_Laura 91 months ago | reply

    gorgeous! i wish i had a significant other to make one like this for. That is just awesome! The fabric just rocks!!

  4. sadalit 91 months ago | reply

    I viewed it large to try to pick out my favorite square, but it was too hard. Maybe the red-bordered one where the pattern looks like lace, on the left four down from the top.

  5. madfabriholic 91 months ago | reply

    Thanks all for such lovely comments!

    Laurajso, make one for yourself :-)

    Sadie, here's closeups of the individual skull fabrics and some of the solids -
    More skull fabric

    Spooky Skulls

  6. isa13 91 months ago | reply

    A fabulous quilt Samantha ! Wonderful colours, I love the way you framed each single piece of fabric. Great work.

  7. Lisa-S 91 months ago | reply

    Wow, it just gets better and better. Do you do all the quilting yourself on these wonderful quilt tops you've shown on flickr? You're so prolific!

  8. Judy Scott 91 months ago | reply

    my son would love this fabric hes a tattooer so skulls feature in his work alot! Fabulous work, Jx

  9. madfabriholic 90 months ago | reply

    Thanks, everyone.
    Lisa-S, I send the big ones out to be long-armed. I'm not very good at it and don't enjoy ramming anything over lap size through my little machine...

  10. Phil Sherry 90 months ago | reply

    I'd pay for one of these.

    Add to Skull Power? :)

  11. Jrfall 90 months ago | reply

    Where did you come across all the great fabric?

  12. madfabriholic 90 months ago | reply

    Phil sherry- that's quit a compliment, thanks! Now that's it's actually pieced it looks pretty different, but Ihaven't had a chance to get a photo up yet.

    Jrfall- this is several years of collecting from all over, but a good place to start is www.equilter.com, and use the search feature for "skull".

  13. madfabriholic 90 months ago | reply

    Here's the next step, when all the blocks are sewn into a complete top:

  14. *Johanna 85 months ago | reply

    This is so cool!!! Great idea.

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