Sew Spooky ~ Pattern Block of the Month

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Oh, my, gosh, do I love Halloween!  Connecting Threads carries the best quilt pattern I’ve seen in years for our zany Halloween season.  I absolutely love Sew Spooky from The Quilt Company!  Very cleverly designed, this block of the month pattern pack is hilariously whimsical.  Six patterns in all will make the comical 73″ x 61″ quilt.

Four blocks are haunted buildings, but not just any haunted buildings.  No-sir-ee!  One is designed like a rectangle pumpkin with windows for eyes and the chimney as a stem.  Another is a witch!  The top of the house looks like a witch’s hat with her spindly legs and curly-cue feet hanging from the bottom of the front door.  It’s sitting on a broom! Hey, there’s even a little quilt hanging off the side of one of the houses!  I love it!  And, there’s even a spooky school for ghosts in training!  Wahoo!  How can anyone pass this up?!

If you think that’s great, you need to know about the wacky Accessory Fabric Packet The Quilt Company has created that goes along with the hair-brained Sew Spooky.  The packet contains two macabre signs, the darling pumpkin quilt, a couple of ghostly students and a devilish chicken (cackle!), and more!  What fun is in store for those building this quilt!

The best news is this…  Connecting Threads is coming out with Halloween fabric, All Hallows Bash, very soon and there are some PERFECT fabric choices for this pattern!  Keep your eye out ~ it’s awesome!


12 responses to “Sew Spooky ~ Pattern Block of the Month”

  1. Stephanie Says:
    07/12/2012 9:14 am

    Adorable! I especially love the house wearing the witches hat roof.

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  2. Barb Says:
    07/12/2012 12:03 pm

    Oh my gosh, so cute! Love all these blocks!

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  3. Traci Says:
    07/12/2012 5:08 pm

    You know I will! I’ve had my eye on this one and I hope you have it as a Quilt with us block of the month (Like the barn quilt). Can’t wait!

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  4. Deanna Says:
    07/12/2012 6:12 pm

    These are soooo cute!! Will you have kits for them?

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  5. Mari Says:
    07/13/2012 6:17 am

    I KNOW! I love this pattern pack but, I love Halloween too! I can’t do a Quilt Along with this pattern because I have two going on at the same time right now but I REALLY want to do this pattern!!!

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  6. Amanda Best Says:
    07/13/2012 1:55 pm

    Adorable! I wish I never had to sleep so I would have time to make all these great things, such a cute pattern!

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  7. Mari Says:
    07/13/2012 2:38 pm

    As far as I know right now there are no plans to make kits for this pattern pack.

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  8. Cindy Radtke Says:
    07/14/2012 8:31 pm

    I WANT IT!!! This is a must have in my book. Can’t wait for it and the new fabrics to be available.

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  9. prom dress for prom night Says:
    07/16/2012 9:32 am

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  10. Pam Says:
    07/18/2013 6:56 pm

    I’m working on this quilt and lost the directions for block 3. Any recommendations?

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  11. Mari Says:
    07/19/2013 6:30 am

    Hello Pam, I would contact the author/company that wrote the pattern to see if they can help you out. They are good people! That is truly unfortunate and I feel for you.
    Good luck!

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  12. Diane Anstey Says:
    06/10/2014 4:10 am

    Love this Quilt! wondering where I could get the pattern?

    Love this Quilt! was wondering where I could the pattern?

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