My second Halloween quilt is a cute little wall hanging -- The Witch Is In. I made it from a pattern but I've loaned it to a friend who has recently moved. Thus I didn't really know the name. However, after an hour or so on the Internet here's one place I've been able to find the pattern. I had a lot of fun making this quick pattern. It's the perfect size to hang in our great room. (Hum, I probably need more longer, skinny quilts to hang there.)
The next two are very small, projects doable in a day. The first one is Grim Ripper. (No, not reaper, ripper....) I was able to find the location of the free pattern if you want to make one for yourself. It is 10" x 13" and would fit beautifully on the iron stand shown in this post. I bought it from Connecting Threads. Now I just need to add some loops and remember to put it out come October.
And my last little Halloween quilt is one that was either given to me in a swap or I bought at a silent auction. It is a darling little pumpkin -- one that can stay out for all of the fall months. It is tiny -- 8" x 10" It's made up entirely of 1" finished (1.5" unfinished) squares and half triangle squares. The background is various black fabrics. And the stem is one green square and one half green half black triangle. Hope that gives you all the info you need in case you want to make your own scrap pumpkin.
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Happy Quilting All! Bonnie