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Ghost Applique Wall Hanging

Ghost Applique Wall Hanging 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!


Trick or Treat Table Runner

Trick or Treat Table Runner Jazz up your table or kitchen counter for Halloween with this Trick or Treat Table Runner. If you've been looking for good Halloween craft ideas for adults, then this table runner will be perfect for you. Sewing a table runner is a great project for any quilter. The overlapping star quilt blocks in this table runner are also cute beyond belief. Working with triangular pieces of fabric is so much fun for many quilters, too. Table runners are the the hottest decorations in home decor for this year's Halloween decorating ideas.


Haunted House Wallhanging

Haunted House Wallhanging 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.


Paper Pieced Black Cat Quilt Block

Paper Pieced Black Cat Quilt Block This is one black cat you'll want to see around Halloween! Use the Paper Pieced Black Cat Quilt Block pattern to make squares for Halloween paper piecing quilts, or make the individual block as a wall decoration. Use different shades of black for extra dimension.


Vintage 1940s Halloween Pillow Pattern

Vintage 1940s Halloween Pillow Pattern 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.


Country Pumpkin Candle Ring

Country Pumpkin Candle Ring After you've finished your Halloween quilt patterns and fall quilt patterns, you may notice that your collection of fabric scraps has increased. You can start clearing space and giving your home a festive feel at the same time with the Country Pumpkin Candle Ring. Quilters of all ages will have so much fun sandwiching together tiny pumpkin patterns and decorating them with little craft accessories. Forget all of those hassling trips to the store during the holidays as long as you have scrappy quilt leftovers, you can make these cute small quilt projects and make your home look like a pumpkin patch.


Apple Core Bats

Apple Core Bats 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.


Dia de los Muertos Kindle Sleeve

Dia de Los Muertos Kindle Sleeve 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.


Easy Pumpkin Quilt Block Pattern

Easy Pumpkin Quilt Block Pattern If you know how to piece a snowball block, you'll have no trouble making this Easy Pumpkin Quilt Block Pattern. Use this pumpkin quilt block pattern for all of your Halloween sewing patterns. Simply make an orange snowball block with an appliqued stem!


Happy Jack O Lantern Quilt Part 1

Happy Jack O Lantern Quilt Part 1 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 1 of this tutorial teaches you how to piece the pumpkin blocks.


Mini Pumpkin Quilt

Mini Pumpkin Quilt Looking for some quick Halloween sewing patterns? This Mini Pumpkin Quilt comes together in just an afternoon. The simple applique pumpkin quilt block needs just a bit of embellishment with ric rac and buttons for a festive holiday feel.


Halloween Inspiration Patchwork Pillow

Halloween Inspiration Patchwork Pillow 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!


Spooky Halloween Applique Quilt

Spooky Halloween Applique Quilt Whip up this Spooky Halloween Applique Quilt for a whimsical fall decoration. This simple pumpkin quilt pattern features a few large blocks pieced together with Halloween applique designs, including bats, a ghost, a cat, and a jack-o-lantern.


Geometric Halloween Table Runner

Geometric Halloween Table Runner 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.


Jack O Lantern Paper Piecing Pattern

Jack O Lantern Paper Piecing Pattern Make a mini pumpkin quilt pattern or a block for Halloween paper piecing quilts with this Jack O Lantern Paper Piecing Pattern! With the printable pattern, you'll be able to get the jack-o-lantern's grin just right!


Paper Pieced Witch Quilt Block

Paper Pieced Witch Quilt Block Use this paper pieced witch quilt block in Halloween paper piecing quilts or as an embellishment for a Halloween trick-or-treat bag. This witch quilt pattern looks stunning with a black witch, silhouetted against a starry deep purple night sky. The great thing about the sky in this Halloween quilt block is that it uses free motion quilting, which gives it deeper texture. If you want to change up this free quilt tutorial, make the background orange for a true Halloween color combination. No matter which colors you use, this free quilt block pattern is a safe bet for Halloween.


Jolly Jack O' Lantern Quilt Block

Jolly Jack O Lantern Quilt Block 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.


Haunted House Potholder

Haunted House Potholder 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!


Spooky Fusible Applique Pillow

Spooky Fusibile Applique Pillow Looking for fun pillows to sew for DIY Halloween quilt patterns> Then you'll love how quick and simple you'll be able to make the Spooky Fusible Applique Pillow to add to your festive Halloween quilted decor. Not only does this guide include free applique patterns of each letter, it also provides detailed instructions on how to make an applique quilt out of lightweight fusible web. The simple black letters against the orange background make for a wonderful color palette for this cute and mischievous Halloween quilt pattern.


Quilted Camera Case

Quilted Camera Case 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.


Witch with Stockings Quilt Block

Witch with Stockings Quilt Block Create the Halloween quilt of a lifetime with this Witch with Stockings Quilt Block. People often forget quilting when it comes to Halloween project ideas, but this free quilt block design is great for any seamstresses. Also, the template for the quilt block is included in this free project, so you won't have to make the pattern yourself. We love this Halloween quilt block because it's so cute and clean-cut. The purple and green combination is signature for Halloween, but you can also choose orange and black if that's what you prefer!


Happy Jack O Lantern Quilt Part 2

Happy Jack O Lantern Quilt Part 2 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.


Spooky Ghost Quilt Block

Spooky Ghost Quilt Block 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!


One Hour Pumpkin Hot Pad

One Hour Pumpkin Hot Pad Get your kitchen looking festive fast with the One Hour Pumpkin Hot Pad. This cute little tutorial combines scrap quilting and your favorite seasonal fat quarter quilt patterns to create a versatile project works as both a fall quilt pattern and a Halloween quilt pattern. Use them to move your delicious holiday dishes and drinks, then lay your small quilt projects out to be part of your autumn home decor. You'll find it hard to put down such useful fall inspired quilt projects.


Pretty Pumpkin Pincushion

Pretty Pumpkin Pincushion Skip the messy pumpkin guts from carving a pumpkin this year with this Pretty Pumpkin Pincushion. Cute sewing projects are so much fun to make for the holidays. Halloween is often a holiday we forget about, but this pincushion will be a daily reminder for you during the month of October. The other great thing about this free tutorial is that you can practice a little bit of free motion quilting on a small scale. If you aren't comfortable with that technique, then you can scale the project back and finish in under an hour.


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