Picking out a costume is one of the best parts about Halloween... okay, second to eating bags of candy and chocolate, of course! Since we love to create things with our hands, we all know that making a handmade costume is much more fun and makes it, extra special too. That’s why we decided to create these DIY Halloween costumes for you that are easy to sew, especially when it’s a last-minute idea! Featuring our rayon and knit
By: Kreative Kymona
Hello everyone!! I’m back again with another cute sewing project for you. Are you ready for Halloween? I know it's months away, but since we’ve been on this stay at home order, days are combining with each other, and before you know it, Halloween will be here. I just hope we can celebrate it. With that said, I used a brand new fabric collection called Goose Tales by J. Wecker Frisch.
I love this fabric
Welcome your guests with this spooktacular and stylish quilted Halloween bunting by Wendy of The Weekend Quilter. The individual bunting pendants are almost like mini quilts in itself and are the perfect size to give quilting a go without having to commit to something large. And for the more seasoned quilters, this is a great opportunity to experiment with different decorative quilting stitches on each of the pendants, and use up the batting remnants you’ve been saving up.
By: Adrienne Walker
Hello Guys! Welcome to my step by step blog post on how you can create your very own Halloween skirt. I will walk you through the list of supplies and materials used, my fabric selection process, and tips and tricks when sewing with a pattern.
You will need:
For those of you who are beginners or are looking for a quick project to do with the kids, this project is perfect because there’s no sewing involved.
Here’s what you’ll need:
- Spooky templates
- Art Gallery Fabric Scraps
- Two - 6.5”x 6.5” squares of black or dark colored solid fabric (use two 8.5” squares for pumpkin and cat design)
- Steam-A-Seam Double stick fusible web
- Pencil or Fabric Marking Pen
Halloween is just around the corner and it’s our favorite time of year. If you happen to have a little one who is dreaming of Trick-or-Treating as a unicorn, then today is your lucky day! Fabric.com is excited to offer tulle fabric by the bolt in every color of the rainbow!
We have just the pattern you need to make her dreams come true. It’s a Rainbow Unicorn Hood, Skirt, and Hooves that you can use to
Working on a Halloween costume, sewing stylish seasonal apparel or a creating home decor accents? Sewing with faux fur is easier than you think!
Today we are bringing you simple tips and tricks for working with fur that will help you achieve professional results without turning your sewing space into a furry mess.
Created by: Blue Susan Makes
Hello sewing friends! This is Sarah from Blue Susan Makes. We have a little hooded bat cape that I made years ago that has lived through the toddler life of 3 little boys. Now that our 4th boy is hitting the dress-up stage I thought it would be fun to remake this cape and teach you how to make one too. With Halloween right around the corner you can sew it up to add to
Created by: Little Lizard King
Hi everyone, I’m Jane, and I am a designer for Little Lizard King. I was so thrilled to be given the opportunity to blog for fabric.com for Halloween!
My youngest son has been begging me for a bird costume and I had been brainstorming ideas. My first thought was that it would get way more wear if I could think of a way to make it something he could put on all by
Created by: Nikki Johnson of fabric.com
Get in the Halloween spirit with this not so spooky Halloween pillow! This is a great project for quilting beginners, and the block you’re using is very versatile and can easily be adapted to other patterns.
- ¾ Yard Black Fabric
- ¾ Yard Orange Fabric
- 20” square of batting
- 18" pillow form
- Marking pen or tailor’s chalk
- Quilting Thread
*seam allowance is 1/4” unless otherwise specified Cut your pieces out as follows: