Spooky Embroidery for Halloween Fun!

It is getting close to the spooky time of year! These Halloween projects stitch up quick and some can be kept on display until Thanksgiving.

Door Sign

Create a Happy Halloween door sign from Creative Design. If you don’t want to fuss, stitch it on felt. Add a little surprise by using glow-in-the-dark thread on the bones.

Lights Set the Mood

Stitch up a set of Halloween Luminaries from Stitch Soup. They are completed in one hooping with just two color stops!

This set of Halloween String Lights from Embroider Shoppe would look pretty in a window or on a fireplace mantle.

Country Accents

Folk Art Halloween 2 from Ace Points Embroidery is so versatile, you could stitch designs on table runners, kitchen towels, and treat bags.

If you love the idea of making pillows, but do not consider yourself a seamstress, worry not. Oma’s Place has you covered with this Pumpkin Pillow. You can make it in just two hoopings and some machine sewing.

The Crazy Spooky Halloween quilt blocks from Molly Mine are so adorable. There are five sets of blocks available. Mix and match to make a throw, pillow, tote, or table runner.

The Woodlands Autumn Applique from Embroider Shoppe is so adorable. And it couldn’t be easier to finish. Pop it in a wooden embroidery hoop for an instant frame.

Fun and Games

Need a fun game for your Halloween party? How about the Tricky Treat Toss from My Fair Lady.

Of course, you can’t trick or treat without a treat bag. These Halloween Treat Bags from Stitch Soup come in two sizes and stitch up quickly on felt. The smaller size is perfect for party favors.

Don’t forget about t-shirts, sweat shirts, and hand towels. You can make pretty much anything spooky with just the right designs!

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