An Easy Topper for the Spooky Season

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This Will Be Beautiful In Colors for Other Seasons, Too!

It will be so much fun to display this little quilt on your table or wall during Autumn. Halloween fabrics pop with black borders, giving the blocks a bit of a spider web look.

While this was designed for Halloween, we’d display it all autumn long. It will be wonderful in other colors, as well. We can easily imagine red and green blocks for Christmas and an array of pastel and black for spring.

Spider Web Little Quilt

The blocks are made entirely of charm squares made into half-square triangles. Sweet and easy.

The tutorial, by Karen O’Connor of Red Rooster Quilts, produces a 23″ square quilt. Add more blocks for a larger table topper or wall quilt.

Click here for the free “Spider Web Little Quilt” tutorial.



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