Friday, October 26, 2012

It's Wicked!

Now when I saw the name of this hop my mind went straight to: Wicked - The untold story of the witches of Oz.



In 2003(?, I need to find the photos. we had pictures with the cast.) I went with my friend Shae to see Wicked for her birthday. We had 5th row, orchestra seating, dead center. Best seats to the best play ever. Click here for a little background about the play.


Earlier this year I was browsing the Fandom In Stitches patterns and I found these:


(Link to Blocks)

I almost died of delight!

Here are my finished blocks:

 
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 Now I have to make these lovlies into a wall hanging for a friend. SHE almost died when I posted these blocks on Facebook.

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 Many thanks to Wendy ~ why-knot-kwilt
for being our hostess, and to
our cheerleader-in-residence.
 
Hop along now and visit the rest of bloggers and have a blast!
 
Monday, October 29th

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Betty - That Other Blog

60 comments:

  1. Wow! Those are wickedly great! Thank you so much for your wicked share!

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  2. Gorgeous! I'm confuzzled as to how designers come up with such amazing likenesses! Oh, these blocks are just so fab--you're friend is going to defy gravity when she sees the finished product!

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  3. You have made an amazing work. I love it
    Thanks for sharing
    Britt-Inger in Sweden

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  4. That looks simply to die for! I am going to see Wicked on November 10th (my birthday gift from my sister). The blocks are AMAZING! It looks like a painting. Well done you.

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  5. Wow they are both great - I have never seen the show I guess I should someday! Thanks for sharing.

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  6. Fabulously wicked blocks, they are going to look even more amazing once they're quilted.

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  7. Wonderful blocks! Great job!
    Greetings from Germany
    Nicole

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  8. Very nice job on those. Thanks for sharing today.

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  9. Such unusual blocks. They look great.

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  10. Wow ... that are beautiful blocks !!

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  11. lovely lovely..if you would like these to be on pinterest let me know...I could not copy them....

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  12. Brilliant! What great blocks!

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  13. Really fabulous! The green & black is so striking.

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  14. Thank you for sharing! These are great.

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  15. What could be more wicked than Wicked?! Fantastic work. Thank you for sharing.

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  16. Fabulous!
    Thank you for sharing!

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  17. Very, very wicked! Happy Halloween!

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  18. How interesting...I liked it. Thank you for sharing. Happy Halloween.

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  19. I saw those blocks! Great job of paper piecing. Too bad I am not your friend. I would love them as much as she will. She is one lucky gal.

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  20. Oh how I adored that play. And your blocks are just spectacular!

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  21. Wow,,,,I love this!! How in the world did you ever find those patterns?? Great job!

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  22. Oh my!! That is some wicked wonderful stitching!

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  23. I loved those blocks when I saw them, but didn't get them made. Yours turned out wickedly amazing! Your friend is a lucky lady. :O)

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  24. That's wonderful!!! (I haven't seen "Wicked" yet, but I'm really anxious to!) Your project is perfect for this hop!

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  25. Wonderful blocks. It reminds me that I want to see the play. Thanks for sharing.

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  26. Love the Black side block! Thanks for participating in the Wicked hop!

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  27. These are wicked wonderful!! Thanks for sharing!

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  28. You did a wickedly great job on these. I can see why your friend went crazy over them. Thanks for sharing.

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  29. Fantastic blocks!
    Thank you for sharing :)

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  30. That is just too cool. I actually printed out the online photo of the play, and had planned to do a fusbile applique, but it didn't happen. I like your idea better!!

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  31. Wonderful wicked blocks.Thanks you for sharing!

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  32. Rosemary B here: beautiful! I love the black one the best! They are both really really excellent!
    thank you for sharing your amazing creativity

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  33. very creative. very wicked. thanks for sharing.

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  34. Majorily !!! "major" AWESOME Blocks.. I love the inspiration and creativity......

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  35. Wonderful witches! Thank you for sharing.

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  36. Lovely blocks. They look just like the poster.

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  37. Fantastic job in re-creating the poster ,thanks for sharing!!

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  38. Astonishing beautiful! Congratulations on your great idea and result, thanks for sharing.

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  39. Hi!!! These are awesome cool wicked wow!!!! Really they are wonderful!!!! Thanks for the link!!!! I would love to be able to make these!!!

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  40. I love your blocks!! Thanks for sharing them!!

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  41. Great Wicked blocks! Thanks for the links! Love that play!

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  42. I like them alot, to wicked.

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  43. OMGosh ... these are awesome! That was such a fabulous musical -- my daughter would also love these two blocks! GREAT job! :)

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  44. Your blocks are wonderful. The Black one is doubly wicked.

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  45. that's sew Wicked .... wonderful
    in stitches

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  46. I love your blocks. They look great!
    hulseybg@gmail.com

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  47. Oh, my! Had to look twice to this block! Nicely done. Thanks for sharing.

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  48. Great find! Your blocks came out great and the eye is amazingly realistic!

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  49. OMG! What great inspiration. I'm going to see that show in a little over a week with my 3 sisters. I can't wait. I just found those same patterns the other day and hope to make souvinere blocks for each of us.

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  50. Very nice job! Thanks for sharing.

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