Enjoy This Whimsical Quilt Every Spooky Season

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The Blocks Can be Used in Many Types of Projects!

This whimsical quilt is so much fun and it provides many design options. The full quilt is perfect for snuggling during the spooky season.

Or use the blocks to make many types of projects. Your favorites can be made into throw pillows, a table runner, smaller quilts, and more.

Witch's Night Out

Your favorite colors will be great in this project, too. Play with creating a pleasing combo from fabrics you love or choose among those from one product line for easy coordination.

Witch's Night Out

Photo from Pat Sloan.

While several of the blocks are specifically for Halloween, the pumpkins can be featured in a quilt to display all autumn long. There are several to choose from so go with those you like best.

Witch's Night Out

This is a fun pattern so enjoy playing with it to create your own special quilt.

Witch's Night Out

This version by Pat Sloan uses one of each block and measures 43″ x 51″. Get the free layout instructions here.

Witch's Night Out

Quilt by @u/allisoni.

Witch's Night Out

Quilt posted by Linda Kowalski.

The finished quilt, from It’s Sew Emma, is 57.5” x 64.5”. The fabric used in the pattern, shown in the first photo above, is All Hallow’s Eve. Find it while supplies last here and here.

Click here to purchase the “Witch’s Night Out” quilt pattern.

Connecting Threads has the pattern on sale while supplies last. Check for it here.


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