Halloween is one of my favorite holidays! It’s such a fun and whimsical holiday — you can dress up in outrageous costumes, eat lots of candy, and decorate with spooky motifs. But because the season only lasts for a month, I’m always behind on my Halloween crafting. These quick projects are all freebies from around the web that are easy to finish fast for spooky (and handmade) Halloween décor.
Thanks for joining me for “happy hour,”
Candy Corn Bunting by Modern Handcraft
These cute candy corns made from solids are the perfect fall garland, but would also look adorable sewn together for a circle table topper or appliqued into a quilt.
Scrappy Halloween Table Runner by PolkaDot Chair
This runner is quilt-as-you-go, so you can whip up one in no time! The freeform style allow you to showcase all types of scraps, strips, and favorite Halloween prints.
Spider Web Table Topper by My Cotton Creations
This pattern takes spider webs from scary to classy. I love the mesmerizing spinning effect these quilts have for a fun centerpiece.
Coffee Time Quilt for Halloween by Carried Away Quilting
The simple squares in this mini are perfect for showing off your fave Halloween prints. Thin sashing and a basic layout add a pop of Halloween without too much of a novelty vibe.
Delightfully Frightful by AllPeopleQuilt.com
I love the vintage Halloween vibe that these pillows give. They would look so good in a spooky entryway or as accent pillows on a couch.
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