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Halloween Granny Square Quilt | A Finished Quilt


hello there, it has been awhile. since our move to the UP of Michigan i can tell my sewing during the summer certainly takes a hit. since i want to spend time outside with family and friends. but there has been some sewing going on, you can see that on Instagram, it just doesn't make it here very often.

but as i was going through my finished quilts of the year, i decided my Halloween Granny Square quilt needed to be highlighted. this is one of my favorite quilts to date and it is my 139th quilt that i have made since i started quilting in 2013.

this past June i was the Queen for my bee group the Triple Block Bee and picked the Granny Square quilt block made in Halloween colors. last year i promised my girls that i would make a Halloween quilt once we moved, well thank goodness for my bee mates, since i don't think i could have pulled it off without them!


i love all of the fun fabrics that are included in this quilt. plus it is just so bright, which as been nice for this rainy fall! needless to say, my girls were so excited when i finally finished quilting this one earlier this month. i kept the quilting simple with a serpentine stitch, so i would be able to finish quilting this in a day.


my husband is a rockstar. of course the one day it wasn't raining to take pictures it was windy as heck. so he was wrestling this quilt while i snapped away. this little overlook of our new town it a great place for quilt photos and can't wait to finish another quilt just so i can take some pictures here.

Quilt Stats:
Pattern: No Waste Granny Square Block
Dimensions: 72 inches x 72 inches
Quilting: Serpentine stitch
Fabrics: various Halloween and other fabrics from my fabulous bee mates

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  1. What a pretty quilt. All of the fabrics are so colorful. The photos are nice too.

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