🎃 Halloween humor: cute quilts and more for the not-too-scary season 🎃

Boo quiltA little fright can be fun on Halloween—but there’s a sunnier side to the holiday too. Kids in hilarious getups, school costume parades, and of course, the candy. Oh, the CANDY!

Today we’ve rounded up several Halloween-themed projects that capture the less-scary side of Halloween. Start stitching one today to add a little beauty and fun to your annual celebration—whether it be spooky or a little silly!

Jack Stack door hanger
Jack Stack Door Hanger from Kim Diehl’s
Simple Harvest. Bring a smile to any trick-or-treaters face with a stack of silly pumpkins—just one smile will make your stitching worthwhile! Grab scraps of wool and a little embroidery floss to whip up this happy Halloween greeting.

Jo's Jammies quilt
Jo’s Jammies from Jeanne Large and Shelley Wicks’
’Tis the Autumn Season. This quilt is perfect for cuddling up on Halloween night as you wait for little ghosts and ghouls to arrive. Combine harvest-hued fabrics and easy Star blocks for a warm and wonderful way to spend the evening.

Three Jacks embroidery for Halloween
Three Jacks from Kathy Schmitz’s
Stitches from the Harvest. These three little jack-o’-lanterns will lighten up any spooky Halloween night. Small, medium, and large embroidery hoops make the perfect frames for your embroidery.

Harvest Home framed applique
Harvest Home from Bonnie Sullivan’s
A Change of Seasons. Use wool and embroidery to create a pretty framed piece that celebrates the season. Display from now until Thanksgiving—and every year after!

Things That Grin in the Night quilt
Things That Grin in the Night from Kim Diehl’s
Simple Seasons. These Halloween grins always make us grin back! Use Kim’s invisible machine-appliqué method to whip up this little quilt in plenty of time for Halloween.

November quilt runner for Halloween
November row by Lisa Bongean, from
Moda All-Stars All in a Row. Are you in your happy place when you appliqué? Stitch a runner that pays homage to Halloween night—but in a beautiful way. Wouldn’t this look great on your autumn table?

Hexagon Scramble quilt
Hexagon Scramble from Natalie Barnes’
A Modern Twist. Natalie uses traditional Halloween colors in this hexie quilt, but then she adds a pop of pink that turns Halloween on its head. It’s truly a “Happy Halloween” quilt—emphasis on happy!

Pumpkin Harvest quilt runner
Pumpkin Harvest from Jenifer Gaston’s
Primitive Style. This charming penny rug can be enjoyed all season, and wool appliqué makes it a breeze to complete. Three stitches take center stage: a whipstitch, a running stitch, and a blanket stitch. Sew easy!

No matter how you celebrate, we wish you lots of fabric fun (and your fill of yum-yum goodies) this Halloween!

What do you enjoy most about Halloween: the frivolity, the frights, the costumes . . . the candy? Tell us in the comments!

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