Time to decorate with Halloweenies + a giveaway!


New from McKenna Ryan, each one finishes at 8" x 8" and are designed to be framed individually. We saw them displayed this way at Quilt Market and knew we had to get them for you. Make one, three or all nine for a fun Halloween display! Aren't they the cutest?! 

Scaredy Cat Block 1

Block One: Spun Sugar Halloweenie Bat Block 2

Block Two: Bat in the Hat

Witchy Poo Halloweenie block

Block Three: Witchy Poo

 Halloweens Block 4

Block Four: Sugar High 

Halloweens Block 5

Block Five: Scaredy Cat

Halloweenies Block 6

Block Six: Ghosts in the Graveyard

halloweenies block 7

Block Seven: Hocus and Pocus

 halloweenies block 8

Block Eight: Book Club


Block Nine: Ghoul Friends

While the blocks are intended to be stretched on canvas, you can also put them together in an adorable wall hanging! You'll find the instructions for completing the wall hanging with Block Two: Bat in the Hat

There's still time to make this up before Halloween and we want to give one lucky winner a leg up on it by giving away the entire line of patterns (nine in all), as well as the Embellishments kit to add a little bling to your blocks! Just leave a comment below and tell us what your favorite Halloween craft/quilt/sewing project has been! We'll choose a random winner for the entire Halloweenies pattern collection on September 4, and announce the winner on September 5, 2015.

Congratulations to Diane Peterson! Look for an email from us to claim your prize!

Halloweens Complete quilt


Evelyn Plamondon

August 31, 2015 at 7:53 PM

My favorite Halloween project is a queen-size scrap quilt which I made last year. Funny thing about a scrap quilt - it didn't really reduce my scraps as much as you'd think. As I worked on it, I kept buying more fat quarters and small cuts to have just the right colors that it needed! But I love the way it turned out.


Michele Timms

August 31, 2015 at 9:49 PM

I made a sweet quilted wall hanging and it goes up every year in October!! I would love to make this into a quilted wall hanging... It really is absolutely adorable!!!


Karen Lynn

September 1, 2015 at 1:36 AM

I make dog collars and my favorite are Halloween designs. I have a halloween room...yes orange and black and halloween decor and 3 Halloween quilts. On on the bed and 2 to snuggle with on those blustery October nights....oh wait it's always October in my Halloween room. Halloweenie would be an amazing addition to my room!


Rachel Line

September 1, 2015 at 1:39 AM

Making spooky witches and spiders for my daughter and grandson!


Linda Toner

September 1, 2015 at 2:35 AM

My favorite Halloween activities were making my kids' costumes for trick or treating. I miss them.


Ursula hood

September 1, 2015 at 3:44 AM

My boo apron is my favorite craft I've made


Diane Peterson

September 1, 2015 at 7:59 AM

These look like so much fun to complete. I would love to do have our Home and Career and Art classes do them as a project for our HS office wall or maybe raffle off as a fundraiser.


Julia Sandas

September 1, 2015 at 12:12 PM

My favorite Halloween project has been the pumpkin trio by indigo junction and they can be used throughout the fall season.


Janice Fish

September 1, 2015 at 4:43 PM

My favorite Halloween project is a scrappy fall colors table runner with applique pumpkin/stem/leaves; with the reverse side a Christmas scrappy fall colors.


Elizabeth Phillips

September 1, 2015 at 5:11 PM

My favourite Halloween project to date is Halloween Fun by Lunch Box Quilts. It's a machine embroidered or classic appliqué pattern that is so much fun to make. Everyone in my family is fighting for the right to take it home. For now, it's mine. I just love it.


Sarah Butler

September 2, 2015 at 12:10 PM

So far my favorite Halloween project has been making costumes for my kids. Thanks for the giveaway!