What was your call out when you showed up at the door for Hallowe'en when you were a child? I think I did all of those at various time. I thought I'd share a couple of Hallowe'en inspired pieces I've made over the year. Some are blocks part of a quilt and others are their own special piece. Several years ago Karen Berry a formal member of our guild did a Quilter's Year. She gave us some patterns for each month and you got to put them together how you wished and add some fillers. This was her October on but I changed out the cat. I also added some star sequins and used a small bead to help anchor them on the quilt. That is the flash of light in the top right when my flash went off.
Here is the crescent moon and star with a bat and a witch.
One last quilt to share was designed by my friend Ethel, she did a workshop for the guild we belong to and everyone used their own fabrics. The strip along the bottom is a Patrick Lose fabric that I received a free fat quarter of when a local shop opened up. I also added some leaf and candy buttons for Hallowe'en.
This wreath is a collection of dollar store buys along with a larger skeleton and Pier 1 witch ornament. The black wreath was made from a long swag of that spooky black and purple stuff.