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Creativity abounds in these Halloween quilts made by workshops and by pattern customers!
View the variety of background and focus fabrics used in these Halloween quilts.
First, each quilter chose a focus fabric for their individual cauldrons, auditioning BOTH sides of the fabric.
There are lots of fun Halloween fabrics on the market every year. When choosing one for your cauldron, be sure to audition BOTH sides! You learn how in the Something’s Brewing quilt pattern.
These quilters use BOTH spooky sides to stir up trouble!
While the focus fabric is key, background fabrics play a key role in providing interest and sparkle to the quilts. Secondly, these cauldron creators auditioned their possible background fabrics. Variety of fabric genre adds interest to the background. The accent strips are used to pull your eye through the quilt.
If the value is right, use it in your Halloween quilts!
I encourage students to check their values when auditioning fabrics, but be bold with their choices!
If you like a fabric and the value is right, use it! Don’t worry if it’s a little wild or out of your norm.Karla
As well as checking the values of the backgrounds fabrics, students watch how those fabrics work with their focus fabric. Notice that the lower half is a lighter value and the cauldron really stand out.
Quilt-makers of these Halloween quilts evaluate the value of their background fabrics as they relate to the front AND back of their focus fabrics using black and white pictures.
SHOP Something’s Brewing Quilt Pattern.
Bubble-making is easy when you use Accuquilt or Scan N Cut to make them! Here is the sheet from bubbles made in record time – less than 7 minutes–on the Scan N Cut!
See Sweet Pumpkin Applique Pillow for another fun fall project!
Need a yummy meal for busy crafting days? See A Delicious Quilting-Day Soup for You!