Perfect For Using Up Seasonal Scraps!
Piece a spooky spider web for display on your table or wall for Halloween. This is a fun and different take on quilts for the season and will delight all who see it.
Start with scraps, charm squares or mini charm squares from your stash. Add black or deep gray for the web and have fun putting the quilt together.
The designer used the Quick Curve Ruler to cut the arcs. However, a plate will work too. While there is a bit of curved piecing, they are gentle curves and simple to complete (learn more about sewing curves here).
Instructions are provided for two sizes, about 30″ across and 34″ across (point to point). The tutorials, from Life in the Scrapatch, are presented as two quiltalongs.
Quilt by Marcy from Made By Me In Red.
You’ll find links to the tutorials for both quiltalongs at the following link. The first (2013) is for the smaller 30″ quilt and second (2014) is for the larger version.
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