Applique, Patchwork, Paper Piecing – Choose Your Favorite!
We’ve included a wide array of Halloween quilting projects for you to choose from. In addition, we selected quilts made using a variety of techniques. Whether you prefer applique, patchwork or paper piecing, you’re sure to find a quilting project here that’s just right for you!
For more seasonal ideas visit 12 Charming Pumpkin Patterns for Quilters.
These bats from Babs ‘n’ Jan Designs are full of personality! The finished quilt measures 9″ wide x 24″ tall and would be perfect for a narrow wall.
These Halloween Blocks Can be Used Many Ways
This collection of 6 Halloween blocks has something for everyone. Choose between a black cat, bat, jack-o-lantern, haunted house and more. The 8″ blocks can be finished as pot holders or combine three or more for a runner or wall quilt.
It wouldn’t be Halloween without a haunted house! This quirky paper-pieced haunted house quilt block can be used in a lot of ways, such as a small wall hanging, table mat, tote bag or whatever strikes your fancy. The pattern can be easily adjusted to produce a block that’s 8″, 10″ or 12″.
Enjoy These Mug Rugs Every Year
These cute mug rugs prove that Halloween doesn’t have to be bright orange and black. The subdued colors are a nice change and lend an elegant touch to these whimsical accent pieces. They’re 9″ wide x 5.5″ tall unless you choose to enlarge them. The pattern is included in a set of 10 Halloween and Thanksgiving mug rug designs from The Patchsmith.
You’ll find instructions for enlarging the pattern and lots of other helps here.
Mug rugs by Amy DeCesare.
Stirring Up Trouble Quilts
Witches gather around a cauldron in this wonderful quilt. Dig into your scraps for a nice combination of colors. The finished quilt is 18″ x 18″.
A larger version is also available. This one measures 42″ x 42″ once completed.
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