Top Ten Tuesday {Halloween}

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It’s October, the Halloween prep is on and we’re feeling particularly spooky around here! We love getting into the holiday spirit by decorating our homes, inside and out, for the season. Halloween throw pillows? Check. Spooky quilts and quilt blocks? Check check. Pumpkin everything? Check!! What are you doing for Halloween? If you’re looking for something fun to make, we’ve rounded up a few of our favorites — from things you can make in an afternoon to full size quilts that will keep you feeling spooky for years to come! Which one is your favorite?

1. Epic Halloween Quilt Along — Flying Parrot Quilts

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2. Scrappy Pumpkin Table Runner — Andy Knowlton for Thermoweb

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3. Jack-O-Lantern Pumpkin Pillow Cover — On Sutton Place

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4. Country Bumpkin Halloween Bandana Pumpkin — Sadie Seasongoods

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5. Pumpkin Spice Latte Felt Applique — Wild Olive

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6. Creepy Critters Halloween Row Quilt — Ellis & Higgs

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7. Witch’s Silhouette Halloween Pillow Pattern — The Polkadot Chair

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8. Halloween Eyeball Softie — Mucho Xoxo

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9. Boos and Ghouls Quilt Along — Bryan House Quilts

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10. Halloween Pillow Tutorial — Jedi Craft Girl

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3 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday {Halloween}

  1. Wow! So many great ideas. It’s hard to narrow down my favorites but I guessit would be the quilt-a-long and the scrappy pumpkins. Thank you so much for sharing the talents of the artists!

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