Spook-ify Your Home With These Fun Halloween Quilt Projects


It's time to break out that Halloween fabric! Whether you're going for a fresh, modern feel or a more traditional, kitschy look, there's a pattern for everyone to make the most of spooky season.

1. Pumpkin Quilt Block

Dig into your scrap pile and make a cute pumpkin quilt block. Whether you make a single block and frame it for the wall or sew it into a table runner or pillow, you can display this project all autumn long.

If you're looking to make an adorable, totally one-of-a-kind quilt block this fall, look no further. This scrappy, stash-busting pumpkin is made entirely of 1½"-wide strips. It comes together in a snap, and it's perfect for autumn stitching. All you need now is a warm mug of homemade apple cider and the perfect fall afternoon is complete.

2. Candy Corn Appliqué

With just three fabrics, you can make an appliqué to put on a mug rug, tea towel, pillow — literally anything! The best part? You can make the whole thing in about an hour.

Add some festive flair to your kitchen with the cutest mug rug and tea towel. They whip up in a flash, especially with our printable PDF template. Just follow the cut-outs, piece 'em together and do some simple stitching!

3. Pumpkin Patch

Celebrate harvest season with a stitched pumpkin patch. This orange and gray beauty is full of simple piecing, making it perfect for beginner quilters.

4. Cat on a Hat

Add a touch of color and holiday fun to any table with this mug rug . Thanks to the fusible web appliqué, you can whip up a whole set in no time at all.

5. Pumpkin Palooza Table Runner

Though this pattern is simple, it yields so many possibilities. Change up your fabrics to make a coaster, table runner, pillow or quilt — you've got this!

6. Witch In a Kettle

All you need to bring this block to life is some fabric scraps, jelly rolls or fat quarters . When added to a larger Halloween quilt, it adds some laugh-out-loud whimsy.

7. Patchwork Pumpkins

Deck out your home with a little wall hanging. The simple patchwork is easy for beginners, and includes two different methods of appliqué — raw edge machine and turned edge machine — to spiff up your skills.

8. Caught in a Web

With a matching spider web coaster, place mat and table topper, you'll have the spookiest dining room of all. There's so much room for customization, and the pattern includes tips for making your own bias binding and quilting with your walking foot .

9. Spooky Blocks

These little designs are a great way to practice your paper piecing , and result in a spooky set of festive quilt blocks. Add a border to make them into potholders, or sew them into a larger project.

10. Patchwork Pillow

If you have leftover fabric scraps from a larger Halloween project, put 'em to use with this patchy block. The unfinished size is 13" x 13" — perfect for making a throw pillow.

11. Pumpkin and Cats

Paper-piecing lovers will adore bringing this jack-o'-lantern and black cat block to life. Piece them together to make a lap quilt you can cuddle up with during scary movies.

12. Witch Hat Appliqué

The appliqué in this easy block comes together so fast, it's scary. Play around with fabrics and color to create a fun table runner or larger quilt, then keep it for yourself or give away as a spooky gift.

October 11, 2014
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