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Witch Way

Scared it’s complicated? Don’t be—we show you how to transform a panel print into a throw that welcomes trick-or-treaters of every age.

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Materials

•  1 yard Halloween-inspired panel print with four designs

•  1⁄2 yard solid orange (border No. 1) 

•  3-1⁄4 yards solid black (border Nos. 2, 3, and 4; sashing) 

•  3⁄4 yard each of green scroll print and orange hat print (prairie points, scallops)

•  1 yard multicolor dot (prairie points, border No. 5)

•  1⁄2 yard orange spiderweb print (border Nos. 3, 4, and 5; sashing)

•  3⁄8 yard green hat print (scallops)

•  1-1⁄8 yard multicolor stripe (border No. 5, binding)

•  1⁄2 yard multicolor word print (border No. 5)

•  4-3⁄4 yards backing fabric

•  78×85" batting

Finished quilt: 69-1⁄2 ×76-1⁄2"

Yardages and cutting instructions are based on 42" of usable fabric width. Measurements include 1⁄4" seam allowances. Sew with right sides together unless otherwise stated.

About Fabrics
This project starts with a panel from the Hocus Pocus collection by Deb Grogan for RJR Fabrics. The panel contains four rectangles with Hocus Pocus, Trick or Treat, Happy Halloween, and Boo to You motifs. 

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