Celebrate the Spooky Season with This Fun Quilt

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The Blocks Can be Used in Other Projects Too!

This charming quilt will be a fun addition to your Halloween decor. Display it on a table or wall every year to help set the mood for the spooky season.

The quilt was presented as a mystery quilt-along by Fat Quarter Shop. Consequently, there are individual patterns, all free, for each of the blocks, as well as finishing instructions.

Bats & Boos Mystery Quilt Along

It’s fun to see how quilters have interpreted this pattern. Below are a few we especially like and you’ll find more to enjoy here, some with additional blocks added.

Bats & Boos Mystery Quilt Along

Quilt by @sew_nancy14.

Bats & Boos Mystery Quilt Along

Quilt by @caleeksu.

Bats & Boos Mystery Quilt Along

Quilt by @gina_tell_threadgraffiti.

The bat, pumpkin, and star blocks can be used in many other projects as well. They’re all constructed with standard piecing.

The completed quilt is 40.5″ x 40.5″.

Bats & Boos Mystery Cross Stitch

The “Bats and Boos” cross stitch project.

A cross-stitch pattern is also available as well as videos for all of the quilt blocks. Learn all the details and find patterns and videos at the link below.

Click here for the “Bats and Boos Mystery Quilt Along” details.

You’ll find all of the quilt patterns to download at the following link.

Click here for the free “Bats & Boos Mystery Quilt Along” patterns.


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