My first new Halloween project of the year is a Log Cabin pumpkin wall quilt.
Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores offer each year - I paired some of my favorites with orange prints to create the base for this pumpkin mini-quilt - it's a simple courthouse steps-style log cabin block at its base. I added half-square triangles to the corners, along with raw-edge applique accents, and the pumpkin came to life! My favorite part may be the candy corn fabric on the binding!
This one is a wall quilt, but if you used wider strips and kept building the courthouse steps, it could be a great pumpkin throw quilt. Just scale up the accents.
For more fun Halloween projects, visit Jo-Ann's Simply Spooktacular webpage.
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Please note: This project is part of the Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores Celebrate the Season campaign. I received compensation to purchase supplies for this review. However, as with all content on my blog, the above project and comments are completely my own, based on my own experience.