Get your haunt on with our Haunted Circle Quilt. This quilt uses our glow in the dark quilt collection, Thriller night. Get ready to conjure all the ghosts and ghouls with our wickedly wonderful Haunted circle quilt. A playoff the Lone Star quilt block, this spooky quilt is perfect for any haunted house.
We made a twist on your normal quilt and made this one a circle! This makes a great play mat, tapestry or decorative throw.
We fell in love with the new Sparkle Blender Collection and knew it needed to be made into a quilt! This quilt is made for a crib size but can easily be increased. A great fast & easy quilt for beginners or a quick gift for a new baby!
All fabrics are from our Sparkle Blender Collection.
Fog – 1.1m
Turquoise – 0.8m
Charcoal – 0.3m
Teal – 0.3m
Grey – 0.3m
Sapphire – 0.3m
Steel – 1.5m
Please note all strips are cut across the width of fabric (WOF) selvedge to selvedge unless otherwise noted.
From Fabric A cut: (5) 8″xWOF strips. Sub-cut (27) 8″x7″ rectangles.
From Fabric B, E & F cut: (1) 8″xWOF strips Sub-cut (5) 8″x7″ rectangles.
From Fabric C & D cut: (1) 8″xWOF strips. Sub-cut (6) 8″x7″
Download our free instructions for detailed sewing instructions.
Hey, Quilters! Say Hello to our Quilt of the month, Tropical Rows! This quilt is bright, fun and oh so summery! We used the quilting collection, Tropical Zone to create this simple and beginner-friendly quilt. See below material requirements and download our free sewing guide.
You made it! All 16 blocks are complete and you are ready to put together your quilt! Today we are going to walk you through the 5 steps you need to take to fully complete your quilt. Each step has different techniques that you can use. The ones we are showing you are our favourite or more commonly used but there is ALWAYS more than one way to do something.
You’ve made it this far so don’t stop now, let’s finish this quilt together!
Welcome to Block 16 of our Quilt Along, the last and final block!! There are printable instructions and a video tutorial! If you want even more interaction join us every Wednesday on our Facebook page www.facebook/FabriclandWest for a live sew-along were we will go over the two blocks for the week and answer any questions you might have.