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.
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.
3. 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.
4. 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.
5. 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.