Friday, September 20, 2013

Halloween Table Runner

I don't know about you, but it seems like Halloween is just around the corner - they've even started displaying candy corn in my local drug store!

So the other day, I dug into my fabric stash and made this Halloween Table Runner as a gift for my mom.

I actually picked up these festive fabrics at a quilt shop in Marshall, MI, over the summer, and I had a blast making my first Drunkard's Path blocks. I didn't have a template, so I got creative and used a cake pan... not a bad solution in the end, I think! I finished it off by quilting it with curly-q pattern.

This was a really fun project, and I hope my mom likes it!

I'm linking up to Crafty Mom Quilts - thanks for stopping by!


  1. I stopped at 1 drunkard's path! :) This is beautifully done and brings extra fun to the season! love it!

  2. I have been sewing and quilting for a number of years, but I am afraid to try curved seams. Your table runner is awesome. You did an excellent job - very nice!

  3. Very cool! Halloween is not a big tradition here in NZ, but I do love to see what you American crafters create for it!

  4. Just plain cute! and I like your free motion quilting, nice curved lines.