I think this might be my favorite Halloween quilt of all that i have done. But, boy, was it trouble. haha The blocks are done with the embroidery machine. Background fabrics are batiks, there is some applique, and there is a piece of batting behind each embroidered block. Then add backing for the quilt...and batting...and it makes for a thick sandwich. I broke 2 needles quilting this. Those little pumpkin cornerstones were killers. These designers make these kinds of blocks a lot, but i now skip putting the batting in the block. It is approximately 50" square.
The front is a scary halloween night...
Here are the blocks. I can't pick a favorite...i like them all.
The embroidery designers are Anita Goodesign...they are fabulous
And the back is a fun Halloween print.
The binding is the same batik fabric as the 'ground' in the blocks.
Thread used was Glide light gray for the top and Bottom Line copper for the back.