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Thread: Cute Spider Web Halloween Quilt

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    Cute Spider Web Halloween Quilt

    I found this link today for a this small spider web Halloween quilt. It looks like a table topper to me. I really want to make this. The instructions are included on the page of the link.

    https://scrapatches.blogspot.com/201...14-my-new.html

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    Love that! I did a small mug rug for a swap last year. No pattern, just played with it. (the thing on the right is a skillet handle hot pad) The spider is made from a button and is attached with velcro.

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    I placed a square of the two fabrics, then cut them "stack and whack" style, then alternated the pieces to make two different mug rugs. I did it "envelope/pillowcase/birthing" style, so no binding was needed.
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    Great way to use up scraps!

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    Love the spider button. I also like to play with webs. I quilted one in my mini Halloween quilt.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sleepy Hollow View Post
    Love that! I did a small mug rug for a swap last year. No pattern, just played with it. (the thing on the right is a skillet handle hot pad) The spider is made from a button and is attached with velcro.

    Name:  mug rug and skillet pot holder.jpg
Views: 1110
Size:  110.6 KB

    I placed a square of the two fabrics, then cut them "stack and whack" style, then alternated the pieces to make two different mug rugs. I did it "envelope/pillowcase/birthing" style, so no binding was needed.

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    This is the quilt my sister wants me to make. I've considered it. I guess you can say it's on my "to do" list!
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    Very cool. Thanks for posting.

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    what a great mug rug!

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    Love this for all my Halloween scraps!
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