Halloween Sewing & Quilting Inspiration

It’s that time of year! We’ve got lots of spooky fabrics in the shop and are excited to share some fun, fast projects to help you celebrate Halloween this year. 

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All Things Candy Corn

candy corn mini quilt

This mini quilt project from We All Sew makes a great table decoration - click here for the free photo tutorial.

candy corn patchwork pillow

Gather up your yellow, orange and white fabric scraps to sew this fun patchwork pillow! Click here to see the free project on the Sewing with Scraps blog.

candy corn bunting

Decorate your home with this festive bunting - click here for a free tutorial on the Sew Lux blog!

candy corn treat bags

These adorable candy corn treat bags are sewn with sturdy wool felt for a quick project you can whip out last-minute. Find the free photo tutorial here on the Purl Soho blog

Small & Spooky Quilt Projects

quilted halloween placemats

These quilted placemats will set the table for spooky fun! Find the free pattern here on the Polka Dot Chair blog.

pumpkin quilt block

This pumpkin quilt block can be used in a variety of projects from throw pillows to table runners or even quilts of any size. Bonus: it can also work for Thanksgiving decor! Find the free pattern here on the Freemotion by the River blog.

spider mini quilt

Choose non-traditional fabrics and prints to sew this sweet miniature quilt with a spider motif. Click here for the free pattern and tutorial on the Baby Lock Sewing blog.

monster mini quilt

If you prefer a more traditional color scheme for your Halloween sewing, check out the Monster Mini Quilt pattern on the Riley Blake Designs blog.

Cute Costumes

diy donut costume

Even if you don’t plan to trick or treat this year, it’s still fun to dress up! This donut costume requires minimal sewing and looks good enough to eat; find the free tutorial here on the Fleece Fun website.

diy pumpkin costume

You just need two orange pillowcases to make this super-cute pumpkin costume - get the free tutorial here on the Baby Lock blog.

diy pirate costume

A pirate costume is another idea you can most likely pull together by finding most of what you need around the house! Sew this simple vest to pair with a striped shirt and dark pants for your favorite swashbuckler. 

diy lion cat costume

diy taco dog costume

Don’t forget your furry friends! Dress your cat up as a lion or make this fun taco dog costume using the free tutorials found on the Baby Lock blog.

We look forward to seeing your spooky projects this fall; if you need help picking out fabric and other supplies, feel free to contact us online, give us a call at (815) 836 - 8735, email us at info@thimblesquilts, or order online for mail delivery or curbside pickup. 

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Halloween Sewing & Quilting Inspiration