Here we are in September already and it’s time to start thinking of our quilted Halloween decorations. Do you have any? For the first time ever, I made a fun quilt to hang by our front door. Read about it here. Today, I’m looking for more ideas and I’ve found several.
The Happy Halloween throw-size quilt is a quick and easy sewing project. This fun quilt is one that any Halloween lover will want to make.
The witches are anything but scary on this wall quilt! Their hats entwine in the friendliest way at the quilt center. The easy fusible appliqué features matching blanket-stitching. This quilt is sure to become a spooktacular favorite!
Enjoy the Trick or Treat appliqué banner from Quilting Celebrations Fall 2012 issue. A retro-style jack-o’-lantern with a contemporary makeover takes center stage in this greeting for Halloween trick-or-treaters.
This Halloween-themed quilt brings a spooky treat to the season.
Three’s a charm in this quilt where cat blocks, snowball blocks, and four patch blocks cook up lots of spooky fun. The Halloween novelty print features Broomhilda’s “Boo-Berry Pie” and “Rice Creepy Treats”, along with a few of Broomhilda’s rules. (No boots…no brooms…no service!)
A not-so-creepy “cat-o-lantern” looks great on this generously sized quilt.
Enjoy the Jolly Jack-O’-Lantern pattern from Quilting Celebrations Fall 2013 issue. Use Insul-Bright batting to turn these mug mats into Halloween hot pads or trivets.
And finally, here’s my favorite, even though it is the basis for my already finished Halloween quilt.
Gather an assortment of cheerful tone-on-tones and add in a collection of black prints to make this seasonal quilt.
I wonder which one I should make…
Ready for more quilted Halloween decorations?