Forget Tic Tac Toe, try playing Tic Tac Cat while you create this fun Halloween quilt! This cute cat quilt pattern features 4 different versions including one perfect for Halloween!
Asking for a friend, “How many Halloween quilts is too many?” *wink*.
Last year I designed my Tic Tac Cat quilt pattern to complement my upcoming Chloe & Friends fabric line. While I was designing the pattern I realized that a simple swap of one block in the quilt would yield a cute Halloween quilt!
Tic Tac Cat Halloween Quilt Pattern:
Last summer I stitched up a Halloween version of the quilt and recently took it out for a photo shoot and thought I’d chat a bit more about the quilt with you guys today!
The Tic Tac Cat quilt pattern was released last summer. It’s a “mix and match” quilt pattern that features 4 different quilt blocks. You can mix and match the 4 different blocks to create your own quilt design.
The blocks in the quilt pattern are:
- Heart Quilt Block
- Cat Quilt Block
- Witch Hat Quilt Block
- X Quilt Block
About the Halloween Version:
The Halloween version of the quilt features the Cat and Witch Hat quilt blocks. You could also swap out the cats for the X quilt block too if you like!
The fabric featured on the quilt is from Riley Blake Designs and J Wecker Frish and is called Costume Maker’s Ball (you can buy it here).
One of the prints in the fabric line is this amazing border print! The border print is larger than the 5″ border called for in the pattern. If you want to make a quilt just like mine, you’ll need to do a few adjustments to the border length to get it to fit (or trim the border print down to 5″).
How to Adjust the Border Width:
To adjust the border, simply sew the border onto the sides of the quilt as noted in the pattern. THen before you cut your next two border pieces, measure the width of the quilt with the wider borders. Take that measurement and cut your last 2 border pieces that length.
Each year I look forward to pulling out my handmade Halloween decorations. This is the 3rd Halloween quilt that I’ve made and I have no plans to stop at 3.
How to buy the Pattern:
You can find the pattern in my shop! There is a PDF version and a Printed version. Both versions are exactly the same. Just choose which delivery method you prefer.
More Cute Halloween Sewing Projects:
Quilt in the photo above is my Halloween Haberdashery Quilt Pattern
I use my quilts as part of my Halloween decor. Most of my Halloween decorations are black and white and the quilts always seem to blend in perfectly with all of the other decor.
If you’re looking for more fun things to sew for Halloween (including lots of quilt and pillow ideas) then make sure you check out this post of 25+ Cute Things to Make for Halloween.
Some of my favorites on the list include the Witches Silhouette Pillow Pattern and the Easy Trick or Treat Banner.
If you’re new to quilting you may like this post of 45+ Beginner Quilt Patterns.
Kirsten Dohmen says
I’ll definitely get the tic tac cat quilt pattern, but was very sad to find the fabric was not easily available anywhere I looked! Is it out of print? There was just a panel and coordinating fabric, but not the adorable main fabric with the children. Any idea where I can get it?
Melissa Mortenson says
The fabric was released this year. It’s called Costume Maker’s Ball and you should be able to find it with a simple google search. If not, it would be equally as cute with any other fabric. Just pick a novelty or large scale print for the borders.