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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.
Stitch a fall theme table runner and trio of stuffed pumpkins that designers Camille Roskelly of Thimble Blossoms and Joanna Figueroa...
Silly pumpkin pincushions are sure to elicit smiles from any sewer. Use them as decorations or give away as sweet Halloween treats!
A pair of pillow toppers helps you make the shift from one holiday to the next.
Combine wool and cotton into a cute pumpkin pillow that’s perfect for dressing up your home for fall.
Fussy-cut a border print, add a playful print for the center and you've got a fast and fabulous table topper!
A spider’s smiling face adorns a cute felt bag, perfect for trick-or-treating.
Black pumpkin silhouettes on a creamy white tablecloth bring an elegant touch to a Halloween table.
Alternate setting squares and Square-in-a-Square blocks made from the Spooktacular collection by Debbie Taylor-Kerman from Henry Glass...
Showcase an assortment of novelty prints on a seasonal throw that's a treat to piece!
These felted pencil toppers make the perfect gift for young children and cat lovers.
Make a wall hanging with a spooky twist using Halloween prints from the Eerie Alley collection by SEI for Robert Kaufman.
Sew simple Halloween projects to decorate your home and table for the spooky season.
Use scraps of fabric, ribbon, and felt to add fall flair to your autumn table. From table runners to coasters to wine wraps, these tabletop decorations can be made in a jiffy and without a sewing...
No carving your pumpkins this year! Just dig through your sewing stash to make these scrappy pumpkins perfect for a fall table or outdoor setting.