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Add cool embellishments to any of your Halloween quilt patterns by checking out this tutorial on the Ornate Spider Web Crazy Quilt. By using an easy embroidery technique, you'll be able to stitch a wonky-looking design that looks exactly like a real spider's web. If you like making art quilts that use mixed media materials, then this Ornate Spider Web Crazy Quilt is the perfect project to work on. Halloween sewing projects are a great way to unwind during the autumn season. You'll create a beautifully adorned quilt that you can use year after year. Plus, the purple hues on this quilt are absolutely perfect for Halloween.
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!
Feeling a little nostalgic this holiday season? Take one of your favorite classic Halloween images, print it out on fabric paper, and make this Vintage 1940s Halloween Pillow Pattern. Any of your favorite holiday art can become a stylish vintage quilt pattern for a noticeably chic DIY throw pillow. Instead of buying the same old decorations that everyone else has, you can make free vintage quilt patterns that will match the rest of your Halloween decor without a doubt. There's nothing better than a budget friendly and classy free quilt project. Add a little decorative bow to your pillow, and you'll have the sweetest Halloween quilt project in the neighborhood.
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?
Looking for a fun way to incorporate your quilting into your next Fall party? With these Festive Pumpkin Coasters, you'll have created homemade drink coasters using a pumpkin quilt pattern that stands out amongst your decorations. This Fall design project allows you to use old scraps of fabric to create a totally new and creative addition to your pumpkin patterns.
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.
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!
Transition effortlessly from Halloween to Thanksgiving with these Amazing Reversible Placemats for Fall. If you want to know how to make a placemat, this free quilting tutorial is a great place to start. On one side of these gorgeous DIY placemats, you'll have a spooky scary Halloween-themed mat, and on the other side, you'll have a warm Thanksgiving-themed mat. Halloween and Thanksgiving table decor is a great way to get into the holiday spirit, without breaking your budget. You'll love decorating for fall because your house guests will appreciate your personal and handmade touch.
Create your very own homemade heating pad with this Scented Pumpkin Applique Heating Pad. This is the perfect project to make for anyone who suffers from the occasional stomachache. It helps that this project is fall-themed, with the pumpkin applique. You can use this DIY heating pad from September through November. On the big holidays, Halloween and Thanksgiving, you can let it take center stage. Fill the center of the heating pad with rice, and you'll have a heating pad in no time. If you want to make a table topper instead, place cloves in-between the quilt top and the batting for a fall-inspired smell.
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!
Running out of time to get some Halloween decorations together? No problem. Just make some Apple Core Bats. Whether you have an AccuQuilt cutting die or not, you'll find putting together these clever Halloween quilt bats with fusible web interfacing to be a quick task. You'll create an enchanting applique quilt pattern that will look amazing on any Halloween quilt pattern. If you don't want to make a quilt, you can string together your bats to create Halloween bunting, which is an equally cute homemade Halloween decoration. Get creative with this classic quilt design to make holiday decorations that you'll treasure forever.
This Fabric Pumpkins Tutorial will let you have your cake and eat it too, so to speak. You can have durable fabric pumpkins without buying real pumpkins, year after year. Halloween craft projects like this are so inspired and fun. The wonderful part of a fabric pumpkin is that you can store it over the seasons, and then you can pull them out once October hits. Quilted Halloween projects are a great way to maintain your Halloween spirit, without breaking your budget. Make a few of these fabric pumpkins in a variety of sizes to put on your dining room table as a centerpiece. Your cute little pumpkins will be the talk of the town.
Give your kitchen a fright factor with this Haunted House Potholder. This free Halloween quilt pattern is a simple string quilt pattern that you can decorate with creative applique shapes. If you need some applique ideas, create creaky windows or spooky Halloween characters. When you make DIY Halloween decorations at home, you don't have to worry about taking a trip to the crowded party store. Plus, quilted Halloween decor like this is ideal because it's both decorative and useful around the kitchen. You can even use this potholder as a table topper to give this project even more purpose. Not bad, if we do say so ourselves!
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.
The pumpkin applique design on this Joyful Jack O' Lantern Mini Quilt is too precious. Free Halloween patterns this cute are hard to come by, so we know that you'll take full advantage of this one. The amazing thing about this project is that it's extremely easy. The foundation of the quilt is a simple four patch, and then all you need to do is applique a few basic shapes on top of the quilt to create the adorable little jack o' lantern. Plus, because of the small dimensions of this quilt, you'll save some major bucks. Hang your mini quilt on your front door or in the foyer of your home. People will gawk at it no matter where you put it up!
Greet your guests with a smile whenever they stop by your home during the fall by keeping out a Happy Pumpkin Placemat. The adorable smile on this applique quilt pattern comes alive with shiny buttons and makes a great table decoration for any room. Whether it's used as a Halloween quilt pattern for a special party or just as a party of your fall decor, the energy this placemat brings will brighten up your entire space.
There's no better way to welcome trick-or-treaters to your home than with this Haunted House Wallhanging. This free tutorial provides precise instructions on how to create a free panel quilt pattern. You and your guests will love how this center panel quilt captures the Halloween spirit with an eerie house, cackling jack-o-lanterns, and fluttering bats. Use classic autumn colors like orange and black to complete this festive Halloween quilt pattern. Get creative with the border on this quilt, too. We love the little ghosts on the border of this version of the DIY wall hanging. Hang this gorgeous project on a curtain rod to show it off to everyone in town.
The most frighteningly adorable quilt block is a real classic. Any fan of Sunbonnet Sue will love this festive take with the Wicked Sunbonnet Sue Block. Taking inspiration from the classic pattern and adding a few Halloween quilting essentials, this paper piecing pattern makes a cute block pattern perfect for a Halloween quilt pattern, a trick-or-treat bag, or a part of your holiday decor that needs a bit of fun. It's never been so easy to get a little wicked with your quilting.
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.
Get your kids and grandkids excited for Halloween with this Halloween Countdown Calendar. This free tutorial will teach you how to make a calendar with Velcro so that you can keep track of the special day. You can even adapt this Halloween calendar to count down an event of your choice like a birthday, Christmas, or Easter. A countdown calendar for kids is an amazing way to keep them engaged with the season. If they're young and just learning how to read a calendar, then this project will be great to practice their skills. You can also fuse the text directly onto the quilt using fusible interfacing. This project is definitely way easier than it looks!
Want to make a table runner for Halloween? Try out this Zig Zag Halloween Table Runner. You'll love this zig zag quilt tutorial because it will add dimension and fun to your dining room table or kitchen. The amazing thing about this free quilt project is that you can use classic Halloween color combinations, like black and orange. The ribbon in this tutorial is also an amazing stashbuster for any ribbon hoarders. Use polka dot fabric for the border to give this quilt an extra pop. When you're done, place a bowl of gourds or rustic corn on top of your gorgeous table runner. Guests will think that your dining room resembles the Halloween edition of a stylish interior decorating magazine.
Create your own scene of auburn and yellow-colored fall foliage to really make a black quilted tote bag quilt patterns stand out. Check out this amazing guide on how to Paint a Fall Scene on a Quilted Tote by using easy-to-use stencils and special fabric paint. This fall scene quilt pattern can be used as a child's trick-or-treat candy bag or a festive accessory to bring to your local farmer's market. You can also use this art quilt technique to decorate your fall quilt tablerunner patterns with beautiful pictures of autumn leaves.
Make Halloween candy bags with this super easy Candy Corn Applique Treat Bag tutorial. Sew together a simple cloth bag with matching handles and then embellish it with a Halloween applique design. Learning how to sew a bag isn't difficult with Halloween quilt patterns like this in your possession. The applique quilt designs used for this Halloween quilt bag show that you don't need complicated patterns to make projects that your family will love. Your will one will be sure to have a fun time trick or treating with their new easy-to-carry bag with a special applique quilt design made just for them.