Monday, July 15, 2019

Riley Blake Designs Halloween Basics Blog Tour

Everything always goes together perfectly wicked with Riley Blake Designs fabrics, especially
when it's their Seasonal Basics Halloween fabrics: Gunnysack, Pin Dots, and Stripes. There's
also those spooky Halloweenish solids of Eggplant, Cheddar, Black, and Inchworm to add to the
mix. It's a combination that can make a project beautiful or creepy. I was looking for a little bit of
both for my quilt "Stirring Up Trouble" and the fabrics totally gave me what I wanted!

These four sisters are definitely stirring up something that is probably a bit scary.

A few of the fabrics I used...

You can find the fabrics at local quilt stores or online...

Riley Blake Halloween Gunny Sack  HERE
Riley Blake Halloween Pin Dot HERE
Riley Blake Halloween Stripes HERE

I love these Crayola Halloween boxes of solid fabrics, too! You can find them HERE.

Visit Riley Blake Design's Blog for more fun ideas to use with their fabrics!

You can find the pattern for "Stirring Up Trouble in my Etsy store HERE.
It's never too early to sew for Halloween.

My favorite iron-on adhesive for applique is Heat n Bond's EZ Print Lite Sheets.
I run them through my tracing!


  1. Great design, whimsical and appealing. I like the fabrics, and think I might need those pin dots and gunny sack fabrics. Such fun to see the Crayola box in these colors, too! Thanks for an inspiring design share today.

  2. This is so much fun and will be a Halloween favorite for generations. Super cute design Dear.

  3. You just keep coming up with great Halloween projects. Gee, guess I am headed to Etsy now. :)

  4. This is wickedly fun. I have found myself using a lot of solids lately, I used to find them boring but I guess tastes change. LOL
    Oh, this reminds me...I need to sew up the two Halloween patterns I bought from you last year!!!! I'm sew behind. :(


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