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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.
Embellish a round place mat with Halloween-inspired yo-yos for spook-tacular table decor.
Make this seasonal starry quilt from your stash of favorite novelty prints, plaids, and polka dots.
Collect prints in orange, gold, rust, black, brown, and gray throughout the year to design a seasonal Log Cabin throw.
Linda shows you how to make a super quick halloween costume: wings! Butterfly wings shown but the pattern could be adapted to fit a variety of costumes. ...
Sew your own pumpkin costume from a pillowcase! It's easy to do and fun for the maker and wearer, too. Find project instructions here: www.babylock....
Make this charming folk art wall hanging using fusible wool appliqué with buttons and rickrack for accents.
Flying Geese in an array of orange prints dart across a dark autumnal sky in this vintage quilt (dated 1830-1860).
It’s no trick—oranges and yellows highlight one block; darker novelty prints make up another. Together they alternate positions to create the delightfully spirited Halloween throw.
Add off-kilter strips one at a time to craft a bewitching jack-o’-lantern and coordinating Shadow Box blocks from favorite Halloween novelty prints.
Halloween doesn’t have to be spooky. Keep things festive and piece together a sweet treat with zero calories.
Embroider one or both of these fun Halloween designs onto baby onesies or kids’ T-shirts to scare up a fun time.
It’s pumpkin season! Use plush fabrics for a fall display that can be enjoyed year after year.
Goblins and witches and bats, oh my! Scary things are the theme of this seasonal “hide-and-seek” throw.
This pair of appliqué pillows is a treat to complete. Fusible appliqué is the trick! Fabrics are from the Witchy Poo collection by Debra Grogan for RJR Fabrics...
Add a whimsical touch to your decor with pillows more likely to charm your guests than spook them.
Turn Halloween-theme fat quarters and store-bought ribbon into pint-size goody bags to fill with yummy favors.
Cook up this felted-wool swing bag appliquéd with a snazzy pumpkin.
No matter how you slice it, piecing together this Halloween wall hanging is a breeze.
Start stitching up a few easy cats and pumpkins in the morning, and by evening they’ll be ready for Halloween fun.
Create a whimsical pillow using Halloween prints. Fussy-cut words from fabric to showcase in the covered buttons. Fabrics are from the Halloween Parade collection by Doodlebug Design Inc. for...
Put pumpkins in their place. Fussy-cut jack-o’-lanterns glow when surrounded by pieced triangles and prairie points.
Learn a few new techniques—easy, fusible appliqué and chain piecing—to make this bright and funky Halloween quilt come together quickly.
Turn your home into a haunted house with Halloween quilts featuring novelty prints, fall colors, and spooky motifs.