Halloween Quilt

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Several years ago I made the cutest little Halloween quilt from fabrics my daughter had bought. I thought there might be some of you who never saw it and would enjoy a fast and easy quilt to make. You can find the tutorial here.

Eerie Alley quilt at Freemotion by the River

While I was reading my old post I saw this fun table runner that I had forgotten I made…..actually I forgot I made the quilt too! It took me a bit to find the post….I knew someone would ask about the table runner that I made. You can read out it here.

Eerie Alley table runner at Freemotion by the River

Now here is something I didn’t know! I knew I had gotten the pattern
from a book and when I read my blog post I found out that Connie Kauffman
from Kauffman Designs created the pattern! She is also a fellow Island Batik ambassador and I recently took part in a blog hop for her  new book Little Gems. Another thing I had forgotten……that book….now I’m going to have to find it!

Halloween Table Runner


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  1. anna brown says:

    Very nice ty for sharing the quilt.

  2. Libby in TN says:

    That table runner is too cute! Either/both projects would be good to use up some of my Halloween scraps.

  3. Createology says:

    Fun and Fabulous Quilt and Table Runnner for Halloween. Aren't we fortunate we have our blogs to remind us of something good? Happy Halloween Haunting…

  4. Such fun bright Halloween fabrics!! Love both pieces.

  5. Connie Kresin Campbell says:

    Sylvia, the book is Patchwork Table Runners edited by Jeanne Stauffer & Sandra L. Hatch I think it is discontinued but you can find older copies on Amazon.

  6. Sylvia Anderson says:

    Good Morning Connie…..Love, Love this table runner! If you find the book it was from, would you please post it? I guess this is why so many quilters keep journals, but I'm too old to begin. lv2bquilting2@comcast.net