Seven Spooky Quilt Machine Quilting Motifs-FREE Tutorials!
Good Morning, Quilters!
Halloween is one of my favorite holidays! I have such happy memories of trick or treating as a child and when my kids were younger! I LOVE to all the motif possibilities too!
Okay…I LOVE candy! Especially Tootsie Rolls, Smarties, Licorice, Mounds Bars, Snickers, Milk Duds….
It’s better to keep my hands busy quilting!
Here is a round-up of Halloween motifs we’ve worked on over the last several years
Grab a caramel apple, turn on Arsenic and Old Lace, and treat yourself to a little doodling and quilting!
The Spooky Bat-A Machine Quilting Tutorial
May YOUR Halloween be Spooky (but not too spooky)!
PS…You might also like more step-by-step tutorials from my book: Free Motion Machine Quilting 1-2-3
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7 responses to “Seven Spooky Quilt Machine Quilting Motifs-FREE Tutorials!”
The Sweet Candy would work on a Christmas quilt also. Thank you
Mmmmm….I love Smarties!! Unfortunately, though, I tend to pop about half the package in my mouth at one time.
Thank you for your blog and free tutorials. I have taken my quilting to the next level which was on the machine. Your blog was very helpful and I am now hooked.
Bought your book at our local quilt shop. Enjoy the step by step instructions. I also appreciate all your free tutorials on this blog. You are the greatest Lori. Thank You for your expertise you share so generously. Appreciate!!
So welcome! Glad you like the book !
I’ve been meaning to let you know that I have recorded and watched your series on Sewing With Nancy (more than once). I have been watching her for over 30 years and am so sad that she is terminally ill. I am glad my two favorite people were on the same show. It was great watching you in action. You make it all look so easy. Thanks for sharing your expertise.
Thank you! Nancy is one of my favorites too-a real honor to be on her show!!