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This Spooky Spiderweb Quilt is one of my favorite Halloween sewing patterns because it uses up scraps of Halloween fabric and it makes perfect homemade Halloween table decorations. Plus, you can put together this quilt in just a few hours!
If you missed the Halloween sew-along for this project on Lella Boutique, you can still make the Geometric Halloween Table Runner with this pattern! This free quilted table runner pattern will tell you everything you need to make a festive orange and black Halloween decoration.
Make a pumpkin quilt mug rug pattern just for Halloween! This Ghostly Pumpkin Mug Rug Pattern is made in the shape of our favorite fall gourd, and features a spooky scene that will remind you of Halloween. Applique a ghost, a leafless tree, and an eerie owl to the front of this pumpkin for a festive table decoration. This is the perfect mug mat to bring out when you're enjoying your pumpkin spice lattes.
Halloween will be even more fun with the Tumbling Pumpkin Treat Bag. These are so many options for how you can use free quilted bag patterns made with this Halloween quilt design. Either way, the unique tumbler quilt pattern makes for a super cute trick or treat bag for kids, as well as a way for you to hand out candy or keep it around the house during the holidays. Adding the pumpkin with fusible web is easy, and if you have other applique quilt designs that you've been working on, this is the perfect Halloween quilting project for them, especially if you have AccuQuilt Go! dies.
Add some magic to your Halloween sewing patterns with this Spooky Witch Paper Pieced Block. This Halloween pattern provides a design that will create an easy quilting block that will channel the Halloween spirit into your home. This witch quilt block pattern is fun way to bring some fright to your festive quilting. Another amazing thing about this paper pieced quilt block is that the shapes are so basic that you'll be able to stitch this together, even if you're a beginner. Try something a little different and make the skin of your witch green, instead of flesh-colored!
Get into the spooky Halloween spirit with this cute Spiders and Webs Quilt. If you've run out of Halloween sewing ideas, a quilt is an ideal project because it's both easy and useful. The fabric store sells specialty fabrics, so it shouldn't be hard to find some crazy Halloween patterns. Mix and match different colors and textures of fabric for a cool quilting effect. Besides the orange and black color combination, a green and purple color combo is also very Halloween. Use this quilt in your haunted house this year, or otherwise just snuggle up with it in the weeks leading up to Halloween. For such a deceptively easy quilt pattern, this tutorial is ... scarily good!
Looking for a festive pumpkin quilt pattern for Halloween? Piece together these pumpkin quilt block patterns and add happy jack o' lantern faces for holiday fun! Part 2 of this tutorial demonstrates how to piece the quilt with sashing and borders.
One of the greatest symbols of Halloween is pumpkins. It's no wonder that everyone loves this Pumpkin Patch Quilt Block! This free project is special because the pumpkin pieces are actually detachable! This free quilt pattern is such a fun and interactive activity for kids to play with. Your grandchildren will love removing and replacing the Velcro-backed pumpkins from this adorable quilt. Plus, the design is absolutely precious and provides a creative and safe way for the kids to enjoy your quilting. This project is also wonderful because it will transition you from Halloween to Thanksgiving. What could be better?
Create a Halloween quilt with this Spooky Ghost Quilt Block. Quilt block ideas for Halloween are sometimes hard to find, so this one will definitely meet your approval. The "boo" at the center of the quilt block is adorable, not scary. So don't worry, you won't scare the kids with this simple sewing project. In fact, they might love your Halloween quilt block so much that they want to help you out with the next one. Let the kids cut out the simple fabric ghosts with the template from the tutorial. Halloween crafting is a good way to get the whole family involved!
Use a Halloween charm square pack to make this quick and easy Halloween Inspiration Patchwork Pillow. This tutorial for making homemade pillow cases looks great with Halloween fabrics, but you could easily make it in other colors too!
No quilter would send her little witches and ghosts out to trick or treat with old pillowcases or paper bags! Instead follow this Patchwork Trick or Treat Bag tutorial to make Halloween bags with easy piecework and a festive embroidered message!
You won't have any reason to go to the party store because the best Halloween decorations can be made right in your home, especially if you have the Wreath of Bats Pattern. Challenge your eye for design with these free applique patterns that come together to create an elegant and vibrant design that will stand out. We love how the black bats pop against the gold background of this quilt. Plus, the coppery border is also stunning. If you have this free applique quilt pattern in your arsenal, there are endless possibilities for beautiful Halloween quilt patterns.
Halloween craft projects are an awesome way to celebrate the spooky season. Create this Jolly Jack O' Lantern Quilt Block as an alternative to carving a pumpkin this year. You won't have to worry about making a mess with slimy pumpkin guts. Simple sewing projects are also less time consuming than other Halloween craft projects. This quilt block design incorporates basic applique technique into your quilting practices. You'll love this applique quilt tutorial because the template for the shapes are printable from the free project. You can make a basic pumpkin with the tutorial too, if that's more your style.
There's nothing to be afraid of with the adorable Little Mister Monster Block! Make this adorable Halloween quilt block pattern using paper piecing and a few of your fabric scraps. Such a cute design might have you feeling creative, so make your own individual quilt blocks full of fun little monsters. You can even add details like fuzzy pom poms. Kids will love this Halloween quilt pattern, so consider using it for treat bags or as a little decoration for their room during the holiday.
A DIY throw pillow is the perfect way to demonstrate your Halloween spirit this year. Try out the Freaky Frankenstein Pillow for some spooktacular sewing fun. This Halloween craft project will definitely scare your socks off. This whimsical applique pattern is so easy and simple to cut out. Plus, you can use an old zipper for Frankenstein's mouth, which is beyond adorable. The felt pieces in this project are so fun to work with, too. Make one of these pillows for the rocking chair on your front porch. Otherwise, make it as a gift for your favorite friend.
Have you been searching for Halloween room decor? Look no further than the Cute Ghost Couple. This adorable DIY Halloween project is a great little decoration to put on the mantle or the dining room table. We love this fun craft project because it uses leftover quilt batting, which makes this an awesome stashbuster activity. This craft also allows you to do fun things with fabric dyeing. Pour instant coffee over your cute little guys to give them a rustic and spooky look. Applique a little bow-tie on your man and a little hair bow for your girl. They will both look scarily good, and your home will too.
Make a spectacularly spooky Halloween quilt pattern with this Wobbly Web Throw. Goofy spiders and wavy half square triangles are used to create a frenzy of purple, orange, and green quilt blocks. This intermediate quilting project combines piecework as well as applique quilt techniques to make a cobweb-inspired throw for your sofa. Your little trick-or-treaters will especially love the silly design of this cozy spider throw. The pastel tones of the quilt blocks make this a great quilt for young kids. Plus, it will keep them warm on cold autumn nights when you snuggle up by the TV.
You can't quilt a faster Halloween decoration than this Candy Corn Halloween Runner. Create an applique of the iconic Halloween candy with a few strips of fabric, then applique the candy corn shapes to black fabric. Layer, quilt, and bind and you'll have an adorable Halloween table decoration.
Make a holiday statement with this Too Cute to Spook Halloween Pillow. DIY throw pillows are so popular to make because they require minimal effort. This free tutorial is great for quilters of all levels. Pillows are a wonderful project because you'll use them at home all the time. If you're wondering how to make decorative pillows, this tutorial definitely has you covered. You can adjust the pattern to use non-Halloween fabrics, too. The stripes in this DIY throw pillow would be cute in any fabric. No matter which version you choose, this DIY pillow will look great on the rocking chair on your front porch this fall!
This quick Ghost Applique Wall Hanging makes an adorable Halloween decoration for a blank wall or a spooky door hanger to amuse trick-or-treaters. You can whip up this Halloween applique design in just a few hours before the big night!
Protect your electronic reader and create a Mexican-themed quilted cover with this great design for a Dia de los Muertos Kindle Sleeve. This simple tutorial explains how to use scrappy quilt patterns you may have lying around your house to construct a small handmade quilt gift for a Kindle, ebook, or iPad owner. In addition, the scrap fabric depicting happy skeletons and famous Mexican drinks are a great free quilted gift pattern to use as an awesome Father's Day present.
Every quilter should have a versatile Halloween quilt pattern that they can use for any of their upcoming patterns. That's what you'll get with the Halloween Silhouette Pattern, an applique quilt pattern you can press onto anything from placemats to pillow designs. Take a look at the table topper pattern in the example to get an idea of how you can decorate any part of your home with a Halloween quilt pattern featuring a spooky little pattern of your design.
Make camera cases for all your friends with this quick Quilted Camera Case pattern! You can also use this pattern to make your own cell phone case or iPod case. The festive fabric on the model makes this a great gift to celebrate Halloween or Day of the Dead.
Bring all of the spookiest ghosts and ghouls to your Halloween quilting projects with the Cast of Characters Halloween Quilt. Scrappy quilt patterns like this can be fun for the whole family, as you and your loved ones can all work together to make applique quilt designs. You can make this Halloween quilt pattern into a decoration for your front room, or hang it up outside. Such a cute Halloween quilt is also a smart way to save money on Halloween decorations.
Want satisfying do it yourself Halloween decorations? Try out this Skull Halloween Decoration to add a little bit of spook to your home this year. Halloween indoor decoration ideas this cute are hard to come by, so you'll definitely want to stitch up this free sewing project. The amazing part of this project is that it's a perfect stashbuster for quilt batting. This project is also great because it uses felt, which makes it so kid-friendly. Your grandchildren will absolutely love this skull decoration because it isn't scary. Hang this skull up anywhere in your home for instant Halloween spirit.
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