Do you have a stash of Halloween fabrics burning a hole in your sewing room? If so then why no use up some of that fabulous stash and create a fun Halloween quilt! If you’re looking for ideas I’ve rounded up 9 fun Halloween Quilt Patterns for you today!
Halloween Quilt Patterns:
One: Halloween Haberdashery Quilt Pattern
The Halloween Haberdashery quilt pattern is made up of a series of Witch Hat Quilt blocks. The blocks are very simple to piece and can be pieced traditionally or using Foundation Paper Piecing (with a separately purchased pattern). The pattern also comes with directions to create some cute pumpkin blocks to compliment the quilt.
Two: Tic Tac Cat Quilt Pattern
The Tic Tac Cat quilt is a mix and match quilt pattern. The blocks in the center are swappable and one of the versions is perfect for Halloween!
Three: Hexagon Halloween Quilt
Quilts for Halloween don’t always have to be made from Halloween patterns. Sometimes all you really need to do is swap out the fabrics. This hexagon quilt is pieced so that there are no Y seams. I created this quilt a few years ago from some of my favorite Halloween fabrics in my stash. This is a free quilt pattern that you can find on my site.
Four: Bats Quilt Pattern
Allison from Cluck Cluck Sew has designed the cutest pattern featuring a collection of bats! You can hop on over to her site for more info.
Five: Ghost Quilt Pattern
This ghost quilt by Then Came June is so cute and not the tiniest bit scary! Find out how to get the pattern HERE.
Six: Halloween Quilt Block Series
Nadra Ridgeway of Ellis and Higgs has designed several quilt blocks with a Halloween theme that can be mixed and matched to create something that is totally unique. You can grab the patterns in her Etsy shop, Ellis & Higgs. These blocks would also be perfect if you want to create a smaller mini quilt or a wall hanging.
Seven: I Love Cats
Amanda from Jedi Craft girl has created a fun take on a pumpkin quilt with her I love Cats Pattern! Grab it in her shop, Jedi Craft Girl via Etsy. I think that the cat blocks in this pattern would be perfect to be turned into table runners. You could just stitch one row of blocks then quilt and bind it.
Eight: Letter Board Quilt Pattern
My Letter Board Quilt pattern can be customized for any holiday! I really don’t “need” another Halloween quilt but I’m sorely tempted to stitch up a Halloween version of this quilt. It would be a fun way to use up some of your favorite quilting fabric. When you buy the pattern it comes with applique patterns for the entire alphabet!
You can grab the pattern HERE. It’s available in both print and PDF versions.
Nine: Halloween Bunting Pattern
This bunting quilt by Diary of a Quilter is a great example of Halloween fabrics turning a simple pattern into an adorable Halloween Quilt! You can find more about her quilt HERE.