Halloween Quilt progress



As you may know I have been working on my Epic Halloween QAL quilt for some time. I’ve gone off original plan, but keep finding really cool patterns to insert into my quilt, and I figure as long as I am having fun sewing it, that’s all that really matters.
These two new patterns are free foundation paper pieces I found on Craftsy by Unicornharts. The skull pattern can be found here, and the cat here. They are so great, and I love how large they are. I can see doing a whole quilt of just the skulls with pastel backgrounds like she has in the sewn sample.
You can find another post here about my Halloween quilt here if you want to take a look back.

Sewing Stuff



I’ve been working on a few lap quilts to use as gifts this Christmas. The first one I made using half square triangles and lots of my cotton & steel fabric stash. The second I used a bunch of blues from my stash and started a rising star quilt, I messed up the second star and decided to just go with it. Creating a quilt that has stars and + signs.
Both quilt tops are done, now to just figure out the back fabric and quilt them up. My hope to is finish at least 4 quilts for gifts, so it will be nice to have 2 down.
Do you have a favorite quilt pattern that is fast and easy? My go-to is foundation piecing but I do feel it is time consuming and since I need these done in time for Christmas I am looking for quilt patterns that are on the faster side.

Halloween Quilt




I’ve been working on my Halloween quilts (this is one I started two Summers ago!) a bit this month. I wanted to finish both of them before the end of July, and now I’m pushing it a bit by saying before the end of August ;) The days just get away from me in the Summer with so many activities going on. In any case I am hoping they are both finished before Halloween this year, that is at least a goal that seems quite manageable.
This quilt is a big hodgepodge, no set pattern and I’m adding sections of gray fabric wherever I need. I don’t mind the randomness of it, and since technically speaking it was one of the first quilt I ever started, I’m okay with any weirdness.