9 Halloween Quilting Projects Anyone Can Make To Set The Scene

Halloween Quilting Projects To Make For A Fun Weekend

Start planning Halloween in good time. These halloween quilting projects are sure to impress and set the atmosphere.  From Jack-o-Lantern wall quilt starting at the door, to Halloween table toppers for the treats table, and scary bat wall quilts.  These quilting projects are easy and fun, and free, and most can be done in an hour or two. Use fabric scraps for most of the patterns. Have fun with the bright lively fabric. Enjoy choosing which ghoul to fussy cut.
The comical Halloween fabric is sure to get everyone giggling.

After the season, use these patterns over and over for other seasons using your favorite fabrics. Most are beginner easy, and are so appealing, use them year after year.

This Jack-o-Lantern wall quilt with a ghoulish welcome at the door. Finished Quilt Size: 17″ x 20″.


Make this fun table topper to set the scene as you walk in the room. Fussy-cut a border print of your favorite fabric and combine with a playful center print for a super quick and festive tabletop quilt.

This Monster Munchies Halloween table runner pattern is a great way to showcase any group of holiday fabrics. Stitch it today for your party tonight! Designers Jean Anne Sharrai and Gayle Noyes used fabrics from the Scribble Monsters II collection for this fun runner, but would look great in any bright fabric with just a few scraps of Halloween fabric in between.


Scary skeleton wall quilt from Fun Thread Designs, is sure to cause some shivers. Can also be used as a table topper.
This is a fast machine applique project. Pieces are full size and reversed for tracing.


Show off beautiful dresdens with this Wicked Jack-o-Lantern Dresden table topper from Loose Threads. This unique Halloween table topper is made from a jelly roll, or cut 2 1/2 inch strips from your fabric choice. Or charm squares will work too. Using an Easy Dresden ruler cut Dresden blades. Choose a scary piece and fussy cut for the center piece. Bind with orange and black pin stripe.


To add, a charming Halloween table topper. Use left over charm squares form another Halloween quilting project and make this delicious hexagon table topper.  To create a set, finish with same binding as the Wicked Jack-o-Lantern Dresden table topper.


Be sure to have some mug rugs around for the mugs of hot witches brew. Bright orange fabric for these friendly pumpkin mug rugs from Alexa’s World. One of the easiest of Halloween quilting projects.


To use up a little more Halloween fabric scraps and add some extra dimension to the scenery, make a couple of these
hanging bats with quilted wings for the real batwing look. No pattern for this one. However there is a diagram pattern that may be quite easy to follow.


See the diagram tutorial below:


This Jack In The Box creative quilt puts extra color on the wall for a great background to a treat table. Fussy cut your Jack-o-Lanterns for this vibrant quilt, surrounded by pieced triangles and prairie points.


I had to share this Halloween sparkling lights tree quilt from Applique Today. Unfortunately no pattern for this one, but the idea of lighting up a Halloween tree quilt like this is great. It’s looks amazing. So I hope it’s sparked some new ideas for your Halloween quilting projects.


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