Halloween is one of my favorite crafty holidays. My kids may be too old for trick or treating, but I’ll never be too old to decorate and create Spooky Spaces!
My first new Halloween project of the year is a Log Cabin pumpkin wall quilt.
I love all the fun Halloween fabrics that Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores offer each year – I paired some of my favorites with orange prints to create the base for this pumpkin mini-quilt – it’s a simple courthouse steps-style log cabin block at its base. I added half-square triangles to the corners, along with raw-edge applique accents, and the pumpkin came to life! My favorite part may be the candy corn fabric on the binding!
This one is a wall quilt, but if you used wider strips and kept building the courthouse steps, it could be a great pumpkin throw quilt. Just scale up the accents.
For more fun Halloween projects, visit Jo-Ann’s Simply Spooktacular webpage.
Ready to make your own Halloween crafts? Here’s a 50% off coupon you can use at Joann (in-store or online)! And, please feel free to share this post to your crafty friends so they can use the coupon, too.
To use the coupon at Jo-Ann, click on the image, save it as a jpeg, paste it on a blank page, and print. It’s good until Halloween!
Please note: This project is part of the Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores Celebrate the Season campaign. I received compensation to purchase supplies for this review. However, as with all content on my blog, the above project and comments are completely my own, based on my own experience.