Just in time for the spookiest holiday of the year, (and only spooky holiday) here are some fun, beautiful, and just plain cute quilts!
The first quilt is from Crabapple Hill Studios, and I had to post their photo, because I have all of the houses embroidered, but haven’t put it together yet! Yes, another year has come and gone, and I still haven’t finished my one and only Halloween quilt… My bad. Isn’t it gorgeous, though? It’s called Hocuspocusville.
Hocuspocusville by Crabapple Hill Studios.
Here’s an absolute beauty! It is Baltimore Halloween by Pearl P. Pereira of P3 Designs. I love the appliqué on this one!
Baltimore Halloween by Pearl P. Pereira of 3P Designs, made by Mary, quilted by Karen Marchetti.
I love how cute this next one is. It is Happy Halloween by Amy Bradley.
Happy Halloween by Amy Bradley.
I couldn’t find the designer on this Halloween I Spy quilt, but it is adorable, all the same!
This next one is very cute, but I have a small story to go with it! When I worked at the quilt shop we made this pattern for our friend, Mary, who has a birthday in October. We went all out, even putting tassels on the bras! It is called Hey Ghoul Friend by Mountain Valley Stitches.
Hey Ghoul Friend by Mountain Valley Stitches.
I love this quilt top, Halloween 1904 designed by Blackbird Designs. This one was made by folks from one of my local quilt shops, Quilter’s Haven!
Halloween 1904 by Blackbird Designs.
Next is a simple, but fun wonky block Halloween quilt. It was made by Kati from a tutorial from Tallgrass Prairie Studio.
Halloween Quilt from Tallgrass Prairie Studio.
To finish off where I started, this isn’t a quilt, but I did make one of these, too! (And finished it, actually.) It is from Crabapple Hill Studios, too! It’s called Zelda’s Fancy Hat, and is so much fun to embroider and make!
Zelda’s Fancy Hat by Crabapple Hill Studios.
Hope you enjoyed these quilts, etc. today, and Happy Halloween!