Halloween will be here before you know it, so now is the perfect time to begin quilting new projects to decorate your home for the season.
Dig out your favorite orange and black fabrics and get ready to be inspired by these spooky quilts. From quilts to mug rugs to wall hangings, we have you covered.
Be sure to click on the photos or the links below to read all about the projects, as some are patterns available right here on Craftsy!
Photo via Hey Porkchop
Halloween Swoon quilt
Amanda of Frosted Pumpkin celebrates her favorite holiday with a Halloween Swoon quilt. This popular quilt pattern is by Craftsy instructor Camille Roskelley. She teaches this popular block and along with others in her online class, Pre-Cut Piecing made Simple.
Photo via Patrick Lose Studios
Halloween home decor
Here’s a fun project to decorate your home for Halloween! The Boo To You pattern features templates and easy-to-follow instructions that are included to help you create a 15 x 30″ door banner and a batty 12″ round candle mat or table decoration. This is a great beginner pattern for someone with basic piecing and fusible appliqué skills.
Photo via Craftsy instructor Joanna Figueroa
Halloween Lollipops quilt
Create your own Halloween Lollipops quilt in Joanna Figueroa’s online class, Simple Fresh Quilts. In this class you will learn how to create this beautiful quilt block along with other classic designs. Read more about Joanna’s quilt here.
Photo via MartiJ30
Spider web quilt
What screams of Halloween more than a spider web quilt? Seasonal colors and prints make this block perfect for the holiday. Click on the photo to read more about Craftsy member MartiJ30’s project along with a link to the free pattern.
Photo via Stitches of Love Quilting
Halloween mug rug
Decorate your table with the charming Spoolie Jack mug rug! Not only is it perfect for the season, those little spools will make any sewer smile! This charming mini can be quickly sewn in a day. See more Halloween mug rug patterns here.
Photo via Cluck Cluck Sew
Modern Halloween quilt
You don’t need Halloween prints to create a spooky project! Wonky strips in all shades of orange, black and white were used to create this modern Halloween quilt by Allison of Cluck Cluck Sew. Her inspiration was a Denyse Schmidt pattern, and you can read all about it in her blog post.
Photo via Jo-Lydia’s Attic
Halloween patchwork bag
If you aren’t ready to commit to a Halloween quilt, you should give this patchwork bag a try! Simple pieced strips and squares along with appliqué are used to create an adorable bag for either you or a little trick-or-treater in your life.
Be sure to come back to the Craftsy blog tomorrow for our favorite day of the week: Free Pattern Friday!