50+ more Halloween sewing ideas

More than 50 Halloween sewing ideas for projects of all sorts.

Last year I published a collection of more than 50 Halloween sewing ideas so this year when I started looking around at recently posted projects I didn’t expect to find many new ones.  Boy was I wrong!  Looks like the bright colors and spooky fabrics are addictive and Halloween sewing is HUGE!  Especially Halloween quilting, maybe that’s a project for me for next year.

In the end, I had to cut back on the projects I included or this page would take 5 minutes to fully load!  Even then, there are still another 50+ free sewing ideas and projects here, all with a Halloween theme.  Grab yourself a big bundle of holiday fabrics and go to town – both big and small projects, easy and more involved to choose from.

Halloween sewing ideas

 

{Right click and open each project in a new window to keep this list open while you are browsing.  It’s easy to get sucked in and lose your way…}

 

More Halloween projects from So Sew Easy:

Scrappy Halloween Table Mats Bargello style quilted Halloween Table Runner. Great idea to try out bargello patterns.

You can find many of these ideas and lots more on my Halloween Pinterest board.  Take a look and give a few of these projects a pin.

 Follow Deby at So Sew Easy’s board Halloween Sewing Ideas on Pinterest.

Or check back and take a look through more than 50 I picked out from last year too.  Wow, Halloween sewing is popular.

Halloween Sewing Projects. From spooky to cutey, over 50 Halloween sewing projects.

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More than 50 Halloween sewing ideas for projects of all sorts.

If you’ve been sewing Halloween projects, please add a link below to share.  I’d love to see what you’ve made.

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3 Responses to 50+ more Halloween sewing ideas

  1. Karen says:

    What fun projects!

  2. The Bargello Table Runner looks interesting! I’m looking forward to that.

  3. Irene says:

    Thanks for the double feature Deby <3
    It's an awesome collection that makes me crave to sew…

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