Shabby Fabrics Spooks Pumpkins!

Autumn is my favorite season. I adore the rich colors and cozy traditions that mark this time of year. I have some handmade decorations I pull out every year, like a fall bunting (circa 2010!) and an autumn tablecloth I use for our harvest party, but nothing really for Halloween itself. When I came across the Eeks! Spooks! Pumpkins at Shabby Fabrics, I just had to share them with you. Maybe you would like to create something spooky to celebrate the change of seasons?

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Shabby Fabrics is one of my longtime sponsor stores. Sponsorship support keeps me blogging and allows me to offer my readers fun challenges and event prizes from time to time. If you like appliqué, especially wool appliqué, you’ll feel right at home at Shabby Fabrics. They stock a plethora of exclusive kits, many laser cut and ready to sew, so you can get right to the fun part.

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The Eek! Spooks! Stuffed Pumpkins Kit comes with the pattern, fabric and embroidery floss to make all 7 pumpkins. They’re made of 100% wool felt, so the colors are gorgeous and rich, and they’ll wear well. Would you like to win a kit? Today I’ll highlight a few more Shabby Fabric’s seasonal projects and conclude with a giveaway of a Spooks pumpkin kit!


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Blooming Series - Apples Kit

With the kids back in school, the weather cooling down, and trips to the apple orchard planned, what better way to celebrate the beauty of the season than with a bouquet of fresh apples?

This wall hanging is one of a series, which can each be purchased separately. They’re made to hang on any Shabby Fabric’s 12” craft holder.

Kit includes all fabrics (including backing/binding), pattern and pre-fused & laser cut appliqué pieces.

Enjoy the delight of colorful arrangements every month of the year with the Blooming Series!


Wooly Mug Mat Series - October Kit

This series of projects is designed with the beginner in mind. Mug mats are an approachable size and super useful! The series is demonstrated by video to make the process easy-to-learn. 100% hand dyed wool.

Look forward to making and displaying one each month from the Wooly Mug Mat series.

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Magical Forest Table Runner

Looking for a project that’s a bit more versatile? This table runner could take you from September through November. It’s available as a stand-alone pattern or wool kit, so you can use materials you might have on hand if desired.

Like most Shabby Fabric’s projects, it’s easy to add matching threads, needles and other helpful notions to your order, as per suggestion made on the kit shopping page.

Check out this springtime version too!


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Joy of Christmas Quilt

Celebrate your favorite time of the year with this delightful quilt that reflects the joys we look forward to every Christmas! The combination of piecing and laser-cut appliqué make it a fun project to create.

This project is offered as a Block of the Month (BOM), starting this October and ending June of 2020. The 9 month program includes:

  • Pattern

  • All fabrics for top, including sashing, borders, and binding!

  • All pre-fused & laser cut appliqué pieces

  • Embellishments, including buttons, embroidery floss and a sparkling red rhinestone for Rudolph's nose!

You’ll pay an installment into your project each month and receive regular shipments of new supplies. You’ll be done well before next Christmas!


::Giveaway::

Thanks to Shabby Fabrics, I’m giving away one Eek! Spooks! Pumpkin kit to make your fall a little more festive. Kit includes the supplies and pattern for all seven pumpkins! Ships anywhere in the United States. If our winner lives outside the USA, he or she will receive a $40 gift certificate as an alternative prize.

To enter, add your comment to this post now through Wednesday, October 2nd. I will contact the random winner on Thursday, via email.

Good luck!


Giveaway now closed. Congrats to Allyson Miller, our lucky winner. I’ll be in touch via email!

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