Don’t let “Boo” become “Boo Hoo!” Our Halloween fabric is moving quickly–don’t wait!! Many manufacturers printed less Halloween and fall fabrics and are not reprinting. So if you see it and like it, don’t wait!!
Some of our staff fell in love with Halloween Row, (about a third of the way down the page) a Halloween wallhanging or lap-size throw, and decided they would each make a row. It is a scrappy quilt, so you can drag out all of your Halloween fabrics and your oranges and blacks, or we have conveniently prepared a fabric pak, all ready to go!! And it includes the stuff to make those fuzzy spider legs, too!
They’re basic and simple: a log cabin, a star (easy made with flying geese) and a split nine patch. Working it a row at a time makes it seem so much easier to accomplish. Quick as a witch’s wink, you’ll have a great Halloween decoration or quilt to cuddle with as it gets cooler. (Well, that might be a slight exaggeration, but you’ll have it for years to come!)
My daughter, Cathy, made a model of another fun Halloween project. It’s an inexpensive Witch Patternlet. (Almost half way down) You use a towel as the witch’s skirt, and her shoes hang down and dangle! For our model, she used one of our black homespun towels with two brown stripes.
* Then fold & press lengthwise a 2″ strip of the orange fabric, putting raw edges together. This strip should be 3/4″ wider than your towel, to be able to wrap the ends around the back & stitch them down.
* Sew this to the front of the towel with most of it on the black, just barely overlapping the seam at the edge of the cream. (We show it in this photo with a basting stitch, but you would actually sew this with a regular stitch by machine.)