Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Great Pumpkin Quilt Finish


(Warning - lots of orange in this post)  Happy October!  Well, what's left of it.  I have a quilt finish to share today - yay!  It's a small lap size - 40" x 50" - perfect for my grandkiddos. 

(Sorry about the shady pic)
It's made with a Peanuts Halloween print which was too cute to cut up.  You can read more about the fabric and pattern here.  I backed it with a Riley Blake medium chevron in black and white, and machine-bound it in a solid black. 

 
I free-motion quilted the large open areas with my favorite wavy lines in orange thread, and echo-quilted in the black squares with black. 


Snickers approves.  




I also made this little potholder (or maybe snack mat?), while at our guild retreat last month.  I just took an orphan block, sandwiched it, quilted it with an elongated zigzag stitch, and bound it.  Fun little project.


Speaking of our annual guild retreat, I won this table topper a couple of years ago when the theme was Halloween.



Happy Halloween!


I love pumpkins.
Linking to:  Sew Many Ways Sew Darn Crafty
                  Quilt Story Fabric Tuesday
                  Pretty Bobbins I Quilt 
                  My Quilt Infatuation Needle and Thread Thursday

3 comments:

  1. Ohhhhh - I love the Halloween quilt! I don't often make Halloween projects but this one - uh huh! I would make it! Love your orphan block pot holder, too. Thanks for sharing & happy Halloween!

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  2. Super cute! I love Halloween quilts. I have quite a few, but they always get my attention!
    hugs,
    Jann

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