Spooktacular Halloween Quilting is a unique collection of 10 patterns for decorating your home for Halloween. There’s everything from table toppers to bed quilts. Each project was designed by one of many talented designers just for you. There’s something for every quilter, beginner to intermediate in skill level and everything from fast and easy to challenging.
There are so many cute patterns in this book that I would have a hard time choosing, but if I was pressed, it definitely would be this one!
But this table runner would be a great way to use up scraps and strips.
These little witches are hard to resist…
Combining Snail’s Trail blocks with friendship stars, courthouse steps and simple appliques make a charming table topper.
This book is so reasonably priced that ALL of the patterns are yours for the price on a standard pattern, so why not make them all??? The book is in stock and the Halloween fabric is arriving so place your orders now!
These projects feature the Suzn Quilts templates to their full potential. Whether the project calls for Susan’s Tiny Dresden Plate (SUZ216), the Mini Dresden Plate (SUZ186) or her new Tree Template Set (SUZ286), accuracy is guaranteed.
This cute little Halloween quilt is quick and easy with fusible web appliqué and tiny Dresden plates. The bat wings made from Dresdens added that awe factor for me. And the hat? Too cute!
Decorate your Halloween table with candy corns, birds & a Tiny Dresden plate. Her plastic templates and fusible web appliqué makes it quick & easy. Use the Tiny Dresden Template and the new Tiny Tree Template Set to create the “O” and candy cane border.
This adorable Halloween sampler makes a great 15 step Block-of-the-month or mystery club quilt! The original, pieced & appliquéd quilt measures 41 in x 47 in. The instruction steps are printed for easy monthly distribution.
Decorate your home with the beautiful colors of fall. It’s a quick, small project you can make in a day, but it can easily be made any size. Make another for a friend! Paper templates are included in pattern, but Susan’s new Tiny Tree Template Set makes for quicker & more accurate cutting.
Another beautiful sampler quilt with Susan’s little Dresden Plates! The pattern includes full-size templates and detailed instructions for Dresden plates and freezer paper appliqué, but you can choose fusible web appliqué as well.
Reminiscent of an antique red and green quilt, Plumfield Petals is created with Tiny Dresden plate petals.Once again the sample was made with a freezer paper applique technique but you can use fusible if you prefer.
Another cute & clever 12-step little quilt perfect for a mystery or block-a-day, week or month. Each block’s instructions are printed on individual sheets for easy distribution for shop club meetings.
Veranda Chains features Tiny Dresden plates on each square in a square block. Fully machine sewn blocks including the appliqué make this a fun use of your favorite fabric collection of fat eighths or quarters.
All of these patterns are due to arrive next month, so place your orders now. These are great take along projects for a day in the sun!
Wouldn’t this be a great parent/child class? I’m sure they would want to make a different version for every trick or treater in the family! With four choices, they will have a hard time choosing! If you have any glow in the dark fabric, that would certainly add that awe factor!
The designs are created with 2 1/2″ strips so they go together very quickly. Each bag finished at approximately 13 inches square. The patterns for these ghoulish delights will be available early next month!
This is not coming out until June, but I had to tell you about it now! Kimberbell Design’s last Halloween sampler quilt was one of her most popular patterns ever – and I’m sure this one will be just as popular!
Candy Corn Quilt Shoppe is available as a fabric kit by Maywood Studio.
And all of the fabrics are available by the bolt or in pre-cuts. Just look at this color pallette! Go to Hometown Halloween to see the entire collection. Kimberbell thought of everything – right down to the diagonal stripe for bindings!
The machine embroidery pattern will be available when the fabric is released.
It is also available in a traditional format : Item #KD727. Make sure you add this to your summer schedule so it can be done in time for the Trick or Treaters!
The pattern name is even adorable! Sew Cherished created the Snowflake Squad to help you with your winter decorating. Using the interchangeable banner and attaching the appliques with magnets – these little banners change out really quickly for a big impact. Each wool applique measures approximately 5″ in diameter.
This is the winter version of the Gouly Gang pattern I shared a few weeks ago. Made of hand-dyed wool, each pumpkin head is approximately 4″ x 4″. Designed to fit in the banner with magnets, they could easily be made into separate ornaments as well.
Both patterns are designed to work with this 67.5″ garland from Kraft Klub. Simply affix the wool work with magnets. The circles have a chalkboard finish you can write on them with chalk, too.
Here are the magnets designed to work with everything above! They are1″ inch enamel magnets that come in a 12 pack.
Don’t you love having a handwork project this time of year? Let’s sit in front of the fire and stitch away!
I know – the holidays just ended and I am talking about Fall already! But it is best to be prepared and you will be ordering fabrics soon so lets plan how to use them!
Witches Night Out by It’s Sew Emma is due to arrive in April and is a perfect class! Pieced pumpkins are repeated multiple times in the quilt – a great basis for each lesson. Other Halloween favorites are scattered throughout! Start collecting those oranges today!
I ran into Kim from Kimberbell while we were setting up the booth and she told me that Broomhilda was visiting.
The description for this is so darn cute – you can’t improve on perfection so I am not even going to try:
Come sit for a spell in Broomhilda’s Bakery where every ghoul-friend is welcome! Hang your hat and rest your witchy toes, while sampling the spooky sweets like Boo-Berry Pie and Rice-Creepy Treats. Kimberbell’s vinyl and glitter sheets conjure the cutest applique with charming frogs under glass, plus diva witch hats and high heels. All the extraordinary embellishments like Mylar candy corns and flowers, fuzzy fringed spiders, and Broomhilda’s collection of eyeballs will have you screaming in a good way.
Kimberbell’s spook-tacular new quilt features: 26 embroidered blocks, Flying Geese (pieced in the hoop) and three more traditionally pieced blocks include Pinwheel, Four-patch, and Broomhilda’s twist on a Sawtooth block, which she calls the Sweet-tooth Star. Plus 4 pieced picture blocks, where the sections are embroidered separately, then applique images are aligned before piecing the blocks together to make a complete picture. The quilt can be made with the 4×4 and 5×7 hoop sizes.
Broomhilda’s Bonus projects include:
Smell my Feet Tea Towel
Face First Frosted Cupcake Hot Pad (4 sizes)
Suspiciously Sweet Table Runner (2 sizes)
Apothecary Jar Wall Hanging (2 sizes)
Under Your Spell Bench Buddy
And, in typical Kimberbell style, she has included an embellishment kit that includes everything to make this sing!
Don’t have an embroidery machine? It’s okay. there is a version for you as well!
And, of course there is a fabric line to make it all oh so easy!
Everything will be in stock by next month so plan your classes now!