The Hey Ghoul Friend quilt greets everyone as they come into the house. As we move toward the kitchen, you can see it a little closer. That sure was a fun quilt to make! The pattern isn't very easy to find, so if you want to make it, click HERE for a source. The same designer has another pattern, Santa Pause, that's on my "to do" list.
Moving to our right, we'll walk into the kitchen.
A better look at this little corner of the room . . .
Looking past the stove (which is missing its burner grates because they're in the dishwasher), you can see my Halloween apron--a gift from my blog buddy Dianne over at A Month of Sundays. She and her daughter Auntia share my love of Halloween. Fun, isn't it?
Then there's the table and the hutch--more fall than Halloween this year. On top of the hutch are some of my jars filled with various Halloween-y things, like orange corn puffs, sunflower seeds, etc.
Finally, remember the magnetic curtain rod I mentioned a few months ago? WalMart carries them. It's the perfect way to hang a small fall quilt.
Oh, I still have the bedrooms and bath to show you, but it's getting late. Come back tomorrow for the rest of the tour.