Halloween Free Patterns Roundup

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Halloween is getting close and I found some neat free patterns for projects that could be finished before Halloween.

Free quilt tutorials for Halloween

I thought it would be fun to create a Halloween Free Patterns Roundup. I updated this post recently and all of the links should work.

Let’s take a look at the Halloween Patterns Roundup!

Happy Haunts Pillows

Pillows are a neat way to add a holiday theme to your room and these cute pillows with bats and spiderweb applique would look so neat on your couch!

Halloween roundup of free quilt patterns Happy Haunts Pillows

Easy Treat Bag

Allison from Cluck Cluck Sew has a tutorial for an easy Treat/Tote Bag that won’t take any time at all to make.

Easy halloween treat bag

Colorful Strip Pumpkin Quilt

A strip pieced pumpkin quilt made by Bev of Flamingo Toes would be perfect on your couch this fall!

Strip Pumpkin Quilt

Pumpkin Pillows and table runner

New pumpkin pillows and a table runner would be perfect for Halloween and the fall season. Amy from Diary of a Quilter has a great tutorial for these.

Pumpkin pillows and table runner

Harvest Pumpkin Mug Rugs

Mug rugs are always a favorite of mine and these little pumpkins are adorable! Harvest Pumpkin mug rugs tutorial with 2 different sizes.

Harvest Pumpkin Mug Rugs tutorial

Halloween Ghosts and Bats

Halloween Roundup Paper pieced ghosts and more

Aren’t these cute little ghosts and even a bat! These were designed by Made for Marney and are paper pieced. There is now a small fee but they are worth it!

QAYG Pumpkin Mug Rugs

Becky from Patchwork Posse shares the cutest little quilt as you go Pumpkin mug rugs. You have fun making these!

Quilt as you go Pumpkin Mug Rugs

Scrappy Pumpkin Table Runner

This is a beautiful pumpkin table runner made with HeatnBond EZ Print that would be a fast and easy project for Fall.

Scrappy Pumpkin Table Runner

Twice as Nice Pillow

Here is another Halloween pillow that you’ll want to make! Look at that cat!

Halloween Round up Pillow Twice is nice

Witchy Toes

Caroline from Trillium Designs created these cute Witchy Toes! Every year I say I’m going to make these cute shoes for Halloween! Maybe I’ll get it done this year.

Halloween Roundup Witchy Toes paper piecing

Jack O Lantern quilt block tutorial

This is a cute 12-inch pumpkin quilt block from Kristina at Center Street Quilts that would look so cute on a trick or treat bag! I think kids would really love this pumpkin.

Pumpkin Quilt Block tutorial

Trick or Treat Bag

Are you looking for a cute trick-or-treat bag? You’ll like this one from Trisha at FourTrees.

Trick or Treat bag from FourTrees

Halloween Bats quilt block

Looking for a super cute bat quilt block? You like this one from Center Street Quilts.

Halloween quilt block with bats

Ghost Quilt Block

This cut Ghost quilt block could be used in a table runner or quilt with the bat and pumpkin block from Corner Street Quilts.

Ghost quilt block

Halloween Spider

You’ll want to make this Halloween Spooky Spider from Leslie the Seasoned Homemaker.

Halloween roundup spider mini quilt

Mini Jack O’ Lantern

Pumpkins are always so much fun to use when decorating for the holidays and this Mini Jack O’ Lantern by Rose of Threadbare Creations would be fun to make.

Halloween Roundup Jack O Lantern

Pumpkin Block and Table Runner

Do you have lots of quilt fabric scraps? This easy Pumpkin tutorial takes no time at all to make!

Pumpkin Quilt block and table runner tutorial

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36 Comments

  1. I think I need to make all of these and make them into a back-of-the-sofa quilt. Wonderful ideas. Glad to hear you love the new house! I always have dogs that shed so tile floors are easier but I never thought to use them for grids! Always get the best tips from you! Thanks!

  2. Thanks for all the awesome patterns and ideas. I happen to agree with your decision on the floor in your new studio. I too have tile and makes for easy measuring and being sure you are square.

  3. Great ideas. I appreciate all the inspiration. I’ve made two fall pumpkin table runners one for myself and one for my daughter.
    Hope all goes well with the sale of your home and your upcoming move.

  4. Thanks Connie for all these great Halloween ideas, my grandchildren will love them! I keep asking God for an extension because I don’t know if I will ever have enough time to get all your wonderful projects that I want to make done in this life time!
    With gratitude
    Glenda from Canada

  5. Thank you for such great Halloween projects! Very nice and not time consuming. I am now hopeful that I can make up a few for my grands this year.

  6. Thank you for the Butteerfly Baby Quilt. soo Cute. Also, thank you for the Halloween gifts. I will have fun making both of these.

  7. Thank you so much Connie, it is so kind of you to share all that you have found. These are all so cute, I just want to make them every one of them! I am quite new to quilting though, just about 2 months now that I have been trying to to learn. I do love the witchy toes and think I may take a closer look at that one and see if it is something I can do. I don’t have the accuquilt to cut the special shapes if needed, perhaps one day I may. Thanks again Connie, I hope you have a special quilting day ahead of you today!

  8. Connie Dear you must have a magic day with more than 24 hours. Halloween font is very fun. I adore all the free patterns yo have corralled for us. Thank you for gathering and sharing.

  9. Thank you Connie… love all the cute patterns and absolutely love the price! Always enjoy your blog. Happy Halloween!

  10. Thanks for the round up. Yes, please do some more. I get so distracted looking at and for project ideas when I should be actually making something.

  11. I also spend way too much time on Pinterest, but I’ve found some great ideas there. Thanks for all the research on free Halloween projects.

    1. It was fun finding all of them! I think I will do more roundups! It gives me an excuse to “play” in Photoshop!

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