Translate

Wednesday, 31 October 2018

Hallowe'en Trick or Treat Blog Hop 2018

Some of my spooky stitching on display

Welcome to the spooky hallowe’en mystery phrase blog hop!

All you need to do is visit each of the following blogs in order, jot down the letter displayed with their Hallowe'en stitched picture then return here and leave a comment telling me the Mystery Phrase.

It'd be nice if you left a comment on their blog too, especially if it's new to you.

I have "moderate comments before publishing" enabled so no-one can copy anyone else!


So without further ado,
start the blog hop – enter if you dare…

Ariadne From Greece (extra giveaway here)


The prize this year will be the chart for JBW's Smiling Jack-O-Lantern and some spooky goodies I put together.  

stitched on 32 count Platinum linen


People who posted a picture will get one entry for that and another chance for their guess too.  Everyone who comments get an entry into the Five Hops Challenge I'm running this year as well.





Don't forget, some of us are on different time zones so if you visit a blog and can't find a letter or picture yet, pop back later in the day.  
The competition is open for one week closing 00.01 hours 7th November GMT.

happy hunting!


        
all from Hyraea

36 comments:

Kaisievic said...

Hi Jo, just posted my Hallowe'en post - what fun! I wonder if I can get the phrase right this time! lol!

butterfly said...

Love your top photo , what fun .
Happy Halloween.

Lynda Ruth Bowers said...

Having a grant time. halloween hugs

Mary said...

YOur Halloween Blocks are my favorite Jo, what a great idea. I'm enjoying visiting all the blogs. Happy Halloween!

Linda said...

Love all of your Halloween pieces Jo. This was another hard one. Hope its right.

FILLE TO FAFENNY SNAKE

Linda

Linda said...

Fillet of a Fenny Snake
Just posted my entry, hope it's right! Love all your Halloween stitching, hugs!

RJ said...

Love all of your Halloween stitching Jo. Great hop...I know people are having fun hopping around. RJ@stitchingfriendsforever

Quilting Tangent said...

Cute projects. Love the cats. Fillet of a fenny snake 24Tangent@gmail.com

Sandy Longan said...

"Fillet of a Fenny Snake"
There were so many beautifully stitched Hallowe'en pieces on this blog hop, I loved all the little witches, ghosts, and bats.
Happy Hallowe'en & Blessed Samhain
Hugs, Sandy

cheryl said...

What a fun hop this year. I actually had to google the mystery phrase - as I wasn't familiar with it. Mystery Phrase: "Fillet of a Fenny Snake." Love your stitching. Thanks for hosting.

Aimetu Clare said...

The spooky phrase sprang to mind straight away being from a play I've taught at school but it was fun to visit all the blogs to see everyone's spooky craftwork, thanks Jo.

The phrase I found is 'Fillet of a Fenny Snake'

Sheryl S. said...

I love your Halloween display Jo. Just finished visiting all the blogs on the Hop, some really great stitching to be seen and great fun as always. The mystery phrase is: Fillet of a fenny snake. Hope everyone has a wonderful Halloween.

Christine said...

How did you guess what I made for dinner???
Fillet of a fenny snake (in the cauldron boil and bake)

Not really - we had stuffed peppers, but I did cut little jack o' lantern faces into them
You should know better than quoting Shakespeare, I'd guessed it by FIL

Love your Hallowe'en display by the way

Katie said...

You never cease to amaze me. I love participating in your wonderful blog hops. The phrase is "Fillet of a Fenny Snake". Which I had to look up. So much fun. I had heard of it before and didn't remember. I really enjoyed participating in this great hop.

jocondine said...

Great fun as always, I struggle a lot to find the phrase as for me it's first 19 letters before becoming words! Thank you for this blog hop. xxx

jocondine said...

Here I am with : Fillet of a fenny snake. I first find snake then a fenny (alone!). Struggling with fill or let of. Thanks to internet fillet was the right word and shame on DD2 who is visiting us, big HP fan didn't recognize the recipe. Thanks for the blog hop. xxx

Carol said...

Wow! What a great bunch of Halloween pieces you've stitched, Jo! I didn't make it to all of the blogs, but did leave a comment on quite a few :) Hope you had a great Halloween!

beadgirl said...

Fillet of fenny snake! I think I got it right this time ...

Thanks again for hosting, it's always a fun event.

beadgirl said...

Sigh, did I type "Fillet of fenny snake" or "fillet of A fenny snake"? It's the latter that's correct. Someday I'll get the knack of this ...

AnaCristina said...

wonderful!!

Lynda Ruth Bowers said...

Hi Jo

My answer is Fillet of a Fenny Snake. thanks for the fun hugs

Georgina said...

I have so enjoyed this blog hop to see and be inspired by everyone's work. And unpuzzle the puzzle. Fillet of fenny snake!

The Crafty Princess said...

Fillet of A Fenny Snake - whee love that it was known to be mentioned in Harry Potter too. Thanks Jo, great job as usual with the Halloween Blog Hop
xo Alicia

Mary - Lecoeurceltique said...

Thanks for organising this Jo. It's been fun seeing everyone's Halloween stitching.

Mary - Lecoeurceltique said...

The mystery phrase is:

Fillet of a fenny snake.

At school we studied Macbeth for 'O' level English.

Kaisievic said...

HI Jo, I have the phrase and I am pretty sure it is right this time! "Fillet of a Fenny Snake" from Macbeth Act IV, scene 1. Yay!

Kay said...

Thanks for arranging the blog hop. It took me a while to figure out what the letters meant! I think the phrase is: fillet of a fenny snake. I even had to look up fenny snake to make sure it existed as I didn't recall hearing it before the hop. x

Ariadne said...

I was thinking of saying that I don't want to take part in the giveaway because I had won one of the gifts last year but I so enjoyed stitching the Halloween Happiness all year long that I admit I'd love to stitch more of Halloween in the year to come, too. So count me in after all. Thanks for sending the pattern last year it is so lovely!And thanks for the thread too.
So here is the phrase. I couldn't believe what it meant as I found it so difficult to figure out myself.It is Fillet of a fenny snake. I really didn't know what fenny means!LOL!
Anyway I loved all this so hope you will organise it again.
AriadnefromGreece

rosey175 said...

Hooray for another fun hop! How much did your wish list grow? And what sits on top of the H in your boxes photo?

As for the phrase, it's totally "Roasted tail of a llama" this year. That would totally make a cauldron boil and bubble and cause the llama quite a bit of trouble.

Just in case that's not quite right, my second guess is "Fillet of a fenny snake". Would love to be counted in the drawing!

Astrids dragon said...

Wait, have I seen that trio before? I love it!
Ok, I had to look that phrase up, high school English was a really long time ago.
"Fillet of a fenny snake", yuck! But a great phrase for Halloween.

Tiffstitch said...

Filet of a Fenny Snake!

Tiffstitch said...

Great hop again Jo, thank you for hosting and glad I managed to get my act together to join in. :)

Bethan said...

I love these blog hops - thank you as always for organising it Jo! Off hopping I go x

Cathy said...

I'm sorry I wasn't able to participate this year, but I'm now ready for next year. Thanks for all the hosting you do! My guess is "Fillet of a Fenny Snake."

Leonore Winterer said...

Wow, that was a tough one! I couldn't really make sense of it until I found the very last letter, but I think 'Fillet of a Fenny Snake' is the mystery phrase.

Brigitte said...

I love your Halloween display. And I finally got to visit all the blogs and collect the letters. I may be late but I think the mystery phrase is
Fillet of a Fenny Snake. A nice phrase, lol.