Posts tagged: "Halloween"

  1. 30% Off Select Books: Shop Our FLASH Sale!

    Posted by on October 13, 2021

    There aren’t many things that can beat snuggling on your couch with a fabulous fall quilt. It’s starting to feel more like fall, we’re kicking off our Fall Flash Sale today! Visit our sale page and save 30% on books that are filled with projects that you’ll fall for….Start shopping, get stitching, then kick back […]


  2. The FALL (2021 Warehouse Sale) Has Arrived! Shop for Spectacular Savings on 90 Titles!!

    Posted by on September 14, 2021

    Fall might not have arrived everywhere, but our Fall Warehouse Book Sale is ripe for the picking! Browse through 90 titles (most are on sale for $9) to find patterns to warm up your home decor for all seasons! Whether you’re ready to transition to cozy furnishings in your home or you’re itching to stitch […]


  3. Fall fun or Halloween haunting? Sew to celebrate both! 12 ideas ahead 🍁🎃🍁

    Posted by on October 7, 2019

    Which is your favorite: the joys of the autumn season or a bit of Halloween hilarity? Either way, you’ve come to the right place! We’ve rounded up fun quilts and more to create, depending on what inspires you to sew during this time of year. But really, no need to choose—below are plenty of projects […]


  4. 🦇 10 boos, frights, and sewing delights: our annual Halloween roundup! 🎃

    Posted by on October 5, 2018

    Stitch This! friends, we do invite You to enjoy the coming Halloween night. Until that spooky day’s in sight Let’s sew a little fun and fright! Embroider three Jacks to brighten the night: Three Jacks from Stitches from the Harvest Or try Halloween colors (less of a fright): Old-Time Halloween Quilt and Hooked Pillow Topper […]


  5. 🍁 Everyone, everyone, all for fall! 🍁 Autumn’s warmth and whimsy ahead (+ giveaway!)

    Posted by on September 5, 2018

    Welcome the autumn season with warm-and-woolly wonders from the best-selling author of A Change of Seasons! In All for Fall (don’t you just love that title?), Bonnie Sullivan shares classic patchwork projects in harvest hues, including lap quilts, pillows, and runners. But that’s not all! She’ll also inspire you to delight in playful nods to […]


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

    Posted by on October 6, 2017

    A 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 […]


  7. Halloween or hues of fall? 6 ways to capture the season in fabric

    Posted by on October 23, 2015

    What inspires you during this time of year? Is it donning a spooky costume, carving the perfect Jack-’o-lantern, or greeting dressed-up children as they approach your front door on Halloween? Or maybe it’s the crunch of leaves under your feet, a mug of apple cider to warm cold hands, or the first blaze of flames […]


  8. Creativity awaits: crochet coffee-cozy patterns

    Posted by on September 16, 2015

    As the days turn crisp, is there anything as pleasant as wrapping your hands around a warm cup of coffee, tea, or cider? If you dread wasting cardboard sleeves at your favorite espresso stand and want your drink to make a fall fashion statement, a handmade coffee cozy is the perfect quick project. In Crochet […]


  9. Yetis, monster, robots—oh my! 12 spooky projects

    Posted by on October 31, 2014

    Boo! It’s October 31, and we have a special Halloween-themed knitting roundup—all sourced from our resident monster expert and best-selling author, Rebecca Danger. From mini yetis and other small Halloween knitting projects to monster booties and caps for babies, this roundup will inspire your spooky Friday. These projects are cute enough to be played with […]


  10. Quick crafts for Halloween

    Posted by on October 28, 2014

    Did Halloween sneak up on you this year? I find that although I always have the best intentions to decorate my home or my office cubicle, I end up scrambling at the last minute to do just a little something to commemorate the holiday. Read on for a few “quickie crafts” that you can do […]