Dive into our favourite spooky Halloween quilt patterns with this round up of our favourite quilts to make to celebrate the spooky season! We’ve put together this list of our favourite Halloween quilts to inspire you to sew little ghosts, black cats and witches hats! We’ve picked a range of quilts for all abilities in this round up – for some of these you won’t need any sewing experience to give them a go (look for the ones that use ‘traditional piecing’ – a mixture of squares and half square triangles), while others give you the chance to play around with quilting techniques, from appliqué to paper piecing. Dive in and we hope you enjoy these hauntingly good Halloween quilt patterns…
Main image: Little Ghost quilt pattern by Ellisa and Higs
Halloween Haberdashery Quilt Pattern
Combine a fiendish mix of witch hat quilt blocks and pumpkin quilt blocks with this fun Halloween quilt from Polka Dot Chair. Opt for low volume prints to back your Halloween motifs to make them pop. All in all to make this quilt you’ll piece together 40 Witch Hat blocks, 3 Pumpkin blocks and 3 blank blocks, to make a quilt that measures 53x53inches. The PDF pattern is available for $9.95 from the Polka Dot Chair Shop.
Spider web quilt pattern
Blogger Life in the Scrapatch has put together a five part quilt-a-long to talk you through how to sew this eye-catching Halloween quilt pattern – so you can ensure you’re on track with her expert advice all the whole way through. Find the pattern and instructions over at scrapatches.blogspot.com
Pumpkin patch table runner
Hosting any dinner parties throughout Autumn? You’ll need this pumpkin patch table runner in your home, then. It’ll suit Thanksgiving dinners and Halloween parties alike. Find the pattern over at Diary of a Quilter.
Spooktacular Eve quilt
You could also take a regular quilt pattern and turn it extra creepy by using some of the Halloween-themed fabrics out there. We like this one by Jedi Craft Girl – the cute characters are bound to be loved by children, and you can get your hands on the Spooktacular Eve fabric range from Blend Fabrics on Etsy.
Quilted skull pillow
For a spooky Halloween make that won’t take months to piece, how about this skull pillow from Modern Handcraft? It’s easy to piece with traditional half square triangles, then machine appliqué the face details!
Holy smokes, Batman!
While you’re in the zone of exploring the darker side of life, jump on the timeless trend and inject some superpowers into your home with this caped crusader-inspired EPP masterpiece by Tina Prior. Find the pattern in digital issue 65 of Love Patchwork & Quilting magazine.
Midnight Bite Paper Piecing Pattern
For more confident quilters, treat yourself to a bit of soothing paper piecing and whip up this bat quilt pattern from Lilly Ella Stitchery over on Etsy.
Little ghost quilt pattern
Who says Halloween has to be scary? This sweet ghost pattern from Ellisa and Higs is traditionally pieced so should be easy to approach for a confident beginner quilter.
Ms Winifred’s Closet Halloween Quilt
This classic quilt pattern is a bestseller on Etsy for reason! The PDF pattern uses a mixture of appliqué and piecing to make an instant family heirloom quilt. Pattern available from Just Let Me Quilt.
Scaredy Cat Quilt Pattern
This modern Halloween quilt by Jedi Craft Girl combines contemporary pieced stars with low volume background and (the real star of the show) sweet black cat quilt blocks. This is a PDF download pattern and will make a finished quilt that measures 66x79inches.