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12 Halloween Wall Hanging Quilt Patterns

12 Halloween Wall Hanging Patterns

If you want a nice Halloween decoration to hang up in your own home, or to give as a gift, perhaps one of these amazing Halloween wall hangings will interest you. You will find an assortment of free patterns that are great from beginners to the more advanced quilter in this collection.

Browse through this collection see which one interested you the most. Actually, if you get started now Which one do you think will look best in your living room or hanging on your office door? Is there one that would make a lovely gift for a neighbor, friend, or relative?
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18 DIY Fabric Pumpkins

18 DIY Fabric Pumpkins

Pumpkins aren’t just for Halloween.  You can also use pumpkins to decorate for the fall season or Thanksgiving.  Plain pumpkins sometimes just won’t do though, how about jazzing up your pumpkins with fabric or making pumpkins out of fabric?

Many of these fabric pumpkins are simple to make. For some you need to use a little bit of sewing skills but for others there is no sewing required.  Some of them use pumpkins (not real ones) as part of the craft and other simple use pumpkins as inspiration.
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How I Made Elsa and Anna Princess Costumes

My granddaughter loved the movie Frozen and was pleased when I showed up at her birthday party with my own version of Elsa and Anna’s dresses. They would also make great Halloween costume!

Frozen's Elsa and Anna Princess Dresses

I got the pleasure of going to see Frozen with my granddaughter Blake when it was in the theater. Her response to the movie was priceless so much so that this movie will always have a special place in my heart. When my daughter started planning Blake’s 3rd birthday and decided to make it a princess theme, I decided I would make her a Princess Elsa dress to wear to the party. Of course, I also needed to make a Princess Anna dress for Tatum, my 18-month-old granddaughter! (My grandson was also at the birthday party and was feeling a little left out so we let him wear Anna’s cloak along with his own crown.)
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