Hello friends!  This is Jennifer Long from Bee Sew Inspired and I am excited to share my not-so-spooky Halloween Quilt pattern with you.

Spooky and Sweeter Halloween Quilt using Fabric Panels and Raw-Edge Applique

The inspiration for this quilt pattern came from a Halloween Bag fabric panel (Art Gallery Fabrics – Spooky and Sweeter) but the beauty of this pattern, is it can be made with any large-scale fabric prints you already have at home.

I love the opportunity to fussy-cut cute prints and you can really get creative with the applique placement.

Are you ready to get started?  Let’s have some fun and whipping up this fun quilt this weekend!

What you need:

1 Spooky ‘n Sweeter Fat Quarter Bundle containing at least 17 prints.

1 Spooky ‘n Sweeter 36” Sweet Haunting Panel (Or additional yardage with large motifs suitable for fussy cutting and applique.)

Black Solid Fabric for Top and Bottom Border: ¼ yard

Medium Grey Solid for Background: 2 yards

Binding: 5/8 yard

Backing: 3 5/8 yards

Halloween Applique Pattern (use code “THERMOWEB” at checkout to receive 50% off the fully illustrated, step-by-step PDF pattern)

Halloween Triangle Quilt Banner SVG Cut File

Halloween Triangle Quilt Banner Template

HeatnBond LITE sewable Iron-On Adhesive for applique

StitchnSew Sew-in Fleece

(Optional) EZ Print Lite if transferring your own designs and not using a fabric panel

 

Instructions:

From the panel, cut (2) large panel images, referencing the quilt photo for panel orientation.

Use the Triangle Template provided to fussy cut (21) panel or print images from the triangle portion of the Spooky n’ Sweeter Panel and (21) background fabric triangles

Trim up the remaining section of the panel featuring small motifs (witch, cat, spider web, skeleton, pumpkin). On the wrong side of the left-over panel piece, fuse a piece of Heat ‘n Bond LITE Sewable Iron-On Adhesive trimmed to the size of that panel piece. Cut out each of the (5) individual small motifs along the printed lines on the panel for raw edge applique. Set aside for Applique Blocks.

Gather (5) 12 ½” background squares and (5) applique motifs prepared with Heat n Bond LITE sewable Iron-On Adhesive during the cutting instructions. The applique motifs should already be trimmed to the finished size.

Remove the paper from the glue side of each applique motif. Place each applique motif onto the right side of (1) 12 ½” background square. Fuse each applique motif in place with your warm iron.

Finish the raw edges of each applique motif with a coordinating thread color by hand or with your sewing machine using the decorative stitch of your choice.

There should be (5) Applique Blocks, each measuring 12 ½” x 12 ½” unfinished.

Following the cutting and assembly directions in the Halloween Applique Quilt Pattern, make (4) Star blocks.  The blocks should measure 12 1/2″ x 12 1/2″ square.

Assemble the whole quilt top center according to the cutting and layout instructions in the downloadable PDF pattern.

Your Quilt Top is complete!

Layer your backing, StitchnSew Sew-in Fleece and quilt top. Quilt as desired.

Bind the edges with your favorite binding method.

For added fun, embellish your quilt with long stitch hand quilting, embroidery or buttons.

Thank you for joining me today on the Thermoweb Blog.  If you liked this project, I would love it if you followed me at Bee Sew Inspired on Instagram.  Please remember to tag me @beesewinspired if you make this quilt so I can like, share and tag you back!

Happy Halloween friends and keep sewing spooky!

 

 

 

 

 

 

2 Comments on Spooky and Sweeter Halloween Quilt using Fabric Panels and Raw-Edge Applique

  1. Valerie Fisher
    October 22, 2021 at 2:35 pm (1 month ago)

    Is the spider web quilting an Edge to edge design? If so who’s is it?

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    • Jennifer Long
      October 24, 2021 at 2:15 pm (1 month ago)

      Hi Valerie, Yes that is an edge to edge spider web quilting I did on my longarm machine. It is by Intelligent Quilting and it is called the Spiderweb Block/Pantos. I just love it! Please tag me @beesewinspied if you make the quilt! I would love to share and tag you back! -Jennifer Long, Bee Sew Inspired

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