Creepy Crawly Halloween Haunts


Creepy Crawly Halloween Haunts.


Thank you Marian from Seams to be Sew for organizing this blog hop, it has been super fun so far.


Finally! I can show my Halloween Haunts project.

And here she is. (My quilt photo skills are not quite there yet. )


I was so excited when I signed on for the Halloween Haunts blog hop, that the only plan of action was to start from the beginning. Design my own patterns.

Yes, I had loads of fun with the project, this was my first time designing applique patterns, and my first Halloween quilt. You see, in South Africa, it is only recently that Halloween has become popular, and growing bigger by the year. So this was truly a lot of fun to make.

I am giving away this pattern for free to everyone visiting my blog on my blog hop day, maybe a bit longer, as I don’t have my own prize to give away. My pattern for Creepy Crawly Halloween Haunts is now available in my Craftsy store here.

But there is a giveaway today from the Fat Quarter Shop.

Here is the other bloggers posting today.

Quilt In Piece  –  This is me!!!!!
The Quilting Queen Online
Elizabeth Coughlin Designs
Apple Avenue
Quilt Doodle Doodle

And don’t forget Friday and Monday’s bloggers below

Featured Haunts on Friday, October 16
A Stitch In Time
Marjorie’s Busy Corner
Words In Stitches
Quilted Delights

Featured Haunts On Monday October 19
Charm About You
Quilting Affection
Moose Stash Quilting
Gracie Oliver Arts
Kwilt Krazy

And the prize, leave a comment and stand a chance to win a gift certificate from the Fat Quarter Shop.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

I really hope you enjoy these patterns. I would love to see any finished quilts made from these patterns.

If you have any problems downloading the patterns (Google Drive), please let me know, I can send them as a pdf via email.

And don’t forget to visit the bloggers still coming up

Featured Haunts On Wednesday October 21
Tea Time Creations
Grandma’s Stories
In The Boon Docks
Just Because Quilts
Just Let Me Quilt

Featured Haunts On Thursday October 22
Quilt Shop Gal
Jane’s Quilting
U Can Quilt 2
RMS Handcrafted
Everyone Deserves A Quilt
Life In The Scrapatch

Featured Haunts On Friday October 23
Free Motion By The River
Quilt Art
Joan E
It Seams To Be Sew
From This To That

Featured Haunts On Monday October 26
Beads & Birds
Needled Mom
Fun Threads
Pampered Petit
Vrooman’s Quilts
Pam G

Featured Haunts On Tuesday October 27
Tweety Loves Quilting
How Art You
Cate’s Place
Feather Your Nest
Why Knot Kwilt

Featured Haunts On Wednesday October 28
Bumbleberry Stitches
Meadow Brook
Sew Many Yarns
In Stitches & Seams
Seams To Be Sew


156 thoughts on “Creepy Crawly Halloween Haunts

  1. Amanda Best

    What a great Halloween quilt! and that is amazing that it is your first try and designing your own applique patterns. I love to design my own applique patterns. Thanks for sharing your patterns with us all that is very generous!

  2. Your quilt looks really fun! Also here in Switzerland Halloween was not popular before, but since several years ,of course with help of marketing, lol, it is known here too. But I didn’t make a quilt until know….

  3. Frances

    What a great Halloween project.Thank you for the patterns. I admire those who can design their own quilts. Happy Halloween.

  4. Halloween is taking off here in Japan, too. Even 10 years ago, Halloween goods were rare, but now, even Japanese companies are jumping on the bandwagon. I love it! I couldn’t resist the cute Halloween toilet paper I saw the other day!!

  5. Sylvia Anderson

    I love it when we are offered tutorials along with a great project piece.
    Thanks so much for doing so and for the giveaway opportunity.

  6. Oh my gosh…this is just too cute. I love it and I’m happy to hear that Halloween is becoming popular in South Africa. It’s such a fun time of the year. For me it’s when I know I really don’t have to grow up. 🙂

  7. Sarah J.

    Love the quilt- especially the “spooky” tree (as we call them in my house) in the center! Amazing you designed each of these- lovely job!

  8. That is such a cute quilt! I love your design and thank you so much for giving us the chance to download the pattern. Halloween is my favorite and I will make and add this to my collection to display next year. – Rina

  9. Mary Ann

    What a lovely wall hanging. Cute, spooky, colorful…perfect. Great job on your first applique design. So sweet of you to share it with all of us.

  10. Lana

    Wow! I mean WOWSERS!!!! You did an EXCELLENT job on this…and then to SHARE the pattern? This is so sweet of you! I just fell in love with it! Great Job!

  11. Angelia L.

    Love your quilt…great designs! Even though I don’t like them..the spider is my favorite! Thank you for the patterns!

  12. Brenda

    Fun patterns, and so ambitious! Very generous of you to offer them out to readers for nothing. I hope they all do as well as you did with your quilt!

  13. I LOVE your pattern! The spider is my favorite, but I wanted it all! Thank you for sharing it, that is so generous. Thank you for having a blog where I can leave a comment. There were none yesterday and only one on the first day. =)

  14. Janey L

    Can’t wait to get started! My grandchildren are real Halloween lovers and they will love this quilt!. Thank you for sharing!

  15. What an amazing pattern, and for a first time, that is totally cool. I think you did a fantastic job and so nice of you to offer the pattern. I sure downloaded it. 🙂 Thank you!!

  16. Beth T.

    What a darling wallhanging! Thank you very much for sharing. I have a cousin who lives in France, and she loves Halloween. I think I’ll get started on this for gift for her for next year. If I finish it in time, I will certainly show you my version.

  17. sallyqiad

    What an adorable Halloween wallhanging. Thank you so much for sharing your pattern! I can’t wait to get started!

  18. duchick

    You certainly are giving away a prize…to everyone who wants it! The pattern downloads are very generous…thanks!

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