Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Silly Skulls

The weather here in Central California is just now starting to cool down from the brutal summer we suffered.  I don't think I am going to need a blanket to cover up with just yet, but if I do, I'm ready with my Silly Skulls.

This was a super easy quilt to make.  I bought several 1/8th yard cuts of Halloween fabric and sewed 3" strips of this fabric together, highlighted with prairie points made from 5" squares.  On the black cut of fabric, approximately 37 1/2" x 12 1/2," I appliqued the silly skulls using the raw-edge method.

It might never get cold enough to use this quilt for comfort, but it will be perfect to hide underneath if the boogeyman comes knocking. 


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