Cool costumes, tons of candy, and a cozy fall season make Halloween a special event for everyone. Why not make your house a little spooky during the Halloween time? Pumpkin, bats, coffins, and ghost quilts are perfect for creating the eerie atmosphere you seek this Halloween. Trick or quilt? It’s time to make your home a haunted house with these Halloween quilt pattern collections!
Free Halloween Quilt Patterns – Top Picks
1. Spider Web Quilt
A wicked cool quilt pattern to add on your ornament for the Halloween festivity. Spider Web Quilt-Along is a scrap-friendly quilt project that is shared to us by Scrapatches.
Learn more about Spider Web Quilt-Along Quilt pattern here.
2. Trick or Treat Sue Quilt Block
Here is a cute witch ready for the trick or treat activity. Designed by Jennifer Ofenstein from Sewhooked, Trick or Treat Sue quilt pattern is a scrap-friendly quilt block project.
Learn more about Trick or Treat Sue Quilt Block pattern here.
3. Spooky Treats Quilt
A cute Halloween quilt design that shows those spooky treats in a jar. Spooky Treats Quilt is designed by Christine Stainbrook for RJR fabrics. A fun and colorful quilt project to decorate.
Learn more about Spooky Treats Quilt pattern here.
4. All Hallow’s Eve Wall Quilt
Feeling frustrated because you are out of ideas on elevating your Halloween decorations? Fret not because Amanda Niedekhauser’s spooky quilt got you! This quilt will amplify the eerie and chilling atmosphere in your home. You will need mini squares of your chosen neutral-colored fabric that contrast the dark fabric for your border. You will also need a backing paper for the tree and the cat, although you can also choose what kind of design you will put in your quilt. Quilters of all levels will adore duplicating this quilt. The finished size measures 42 inches square.
Learn more about All Hallow’s Eve Wall Quilt pattern here.
5. GO! Monster Trick or Treat Totes Pattern
GO! Monster Trick or Treat Totes is a free quilt pattern from AccuQuilt. This is a perfect goodie bag that your kids should bring to their trick-or-treat activities. They will be happy as this Halloween tote bag can store a lot of spooky treats.
Learn more about GO! Monster Trick or Treat Totes Pattern Quilt pattern here.
6. Scary Moon Quilt Banner & Pillow
A creepy looking home decor to welcome your family and friends to celebrate a mystical night event in your home. Designed by Janet Houts for Andover Fabrics, the Scary Moon Quilt Banner & Pillow is a quilt pattern for experienced quilters.
Learn more about Scary Moon Quilt Banner & Pillow pattern here.
7. GO! Fright Night Pillow Quilt
Featuring a Double four patch block, the GO! Fright Night Pillow Quilt pattern is perfect for beginners. With the spiders, spirits, and a witch hat design on this quilt project, it sure is a Halloween decor to go for.
Learn more about GO! Fright Night Pillow Quilt pattern here.
8. Ghost Quilt Block
Who said spirits are scary? Here is a cute Ghost Quilt Block to add to your Halloween quilt project. Interchange its tail direction to make it look like flying.
Learn more about Ghost Quilt Block pattern here.
9. Cheeky Pumpkin Quilt
These scary but enchanting pumpkins are tempting to quilt for your next project. The Cheeky Pumpkin Quilt is an upbeat quilt pattern that can put a smile on every trick or treater’s face.
Learn more about Cheeky Pumpkin Quilt pattern here.
10. Itsy Bitsy Spider Quilt
These large eyes spiders will give your guests goosebumps coz it looks like running down the wall. Designed by Wendy Sheppard, the Itsy Bitsy Spider quilt is a great pattern for beginners.
Learn more about Itsy Bitsy Spider Quilt pattern here.
11. GO! Spider Cluster Quilt Table Runner
A cute way to decorate your table is by placing the GO! Spider Cluster Quilt Table Runner on it. AccuQuilt's Halloween table runner quilt pattern is something that you can make to decorate your home for the All Hallows' Eve holiday. The spider on this quilt project seems like climbing onto the table. Play with colors to make the spiders look cute instead of using the classic black spider design.
Learn more about GO! Spider Cluster Quilt Table Runner pattern here.
12. Altogether Spooky Quilt
A colorful Halloween decor to make the mystical night event playful and fun. Altogether Spooky Quilt is Fort Worth Fabric Studio Halloween’s Mystery Quilt last 2019.
Learn more about Altogether Spooky Quilt pattern here.
13. That Cat Halloween Quilt
Are you a cat lover and a Halloween lover? If you are, then you have to recreate this quilt pattern! It is beginner-friendly, and you won’t have any difficulty replicating it! It can be your wall-hanging decor, and you don’t have any limitations when it comes to changing the colors of your background! It is charming and adorable at the same time. Pamela Lincoln designed it. The finished size measures 29 inches x 32 inches.
Learn more about That Cat Halloween Quilt pattern here.
14. Just Say Boo! (Halloween) Mystery Quilt
Who doesn’t love a good ol’ Halloween-inspired quilt? This quilt doesn’t follow any particular placements of designs to make it more balanced and more symmetrical with one another. You can just throw in a good few bats, pumpkins, and a cat. And voila! You have made yourself a brand new quilt! If you are a beginner, you will definitely adore this one. The finished size measures 57 inches x 57 inches.
The PDF instructions for the Quilt Along can be found on the bottom of the author’s post, after the Download phrase.
15. Bat Crew Quilt Pattern
How spooky can your Halloween get? This beginner-friendly Halloween-themed quilt from Fat Quarter Shop is just the perfect gift to give to your family and friends. It displays the imaginative creation of bats, symbolizing the presence of Halloween. The finished size measures 34 ½ inches x 34 ½ inches.
16. Jack O' Lantern
Do you think a pumpkin design is boring and bland? This beginner-friendly quilt by Rose Johnston of ThreadBare Creations highlights the uniqueness of a Halloween pumpkin. It is the perfect additional decor for your Halloween celebration. You may think recreating this pattern would be difficult, but don’t worry! It’s just an assembly of mini and elongated triangles. The finished size measures approximately 11 inches square.
17. Bats & Boos
Unleash your creativity with this beginner-friendly Halloween-inspired quilt! It showcases the eccentric shapes of bats and pumpkins that somehow create another spooky halloween quilt pattern! You will only need printed fabrics of blacks, grays, and oranges. The finished size of Bats and Boos is 40 ½ inches x 40 ½ inches. It was designed by the Fat Quarter Shop.
18. Paper Pieced Coffin Quilt Block
Be spooky on Halloween with this charming quilt designed by Jeni Baker! This quilt is perfect to be used as a block pillow. The various designs of coffins are frighteningly fantastic! To make this, you need different printed fabrics that embody the colors of Halloween, and you will need to apply the paper piecing technique. If you are a beginner at quilting, you won’t have any trouble reduplicating this design pattern. The finished size measures 6 inches square.
19. Boo To You Halloween Mystery Quilt Pattern
Surprise your children with this eerie yet endearing quilt pattern by Lindsey Weight for Fort Worth Fabric Studio! While it displays the unmistakable themes of Halloween, it can be later used as a modern decor in your house! It will give your home a chilling yet calming aura, making it mysterious and enigmatic. To recreate this quilt, you will need to employ the traditionally-piecing method. This is only suited for confident beginner, intermediate, and experienced quilters. The finished size measures 37.5 inches x 37.5 inches.
Printable Halloween Quilt Patterns To Download From Online Shops (Paid)
1. Candy Corn Twist Quilt Pattern
Is your favorite Halloween treat corn? This quilt by Holly Daniels highlights the imaginative employment of corns into an adorable pattern design! It is perfect to be used as a bedcover or a couch blanket. Quilters of all levels will have no trouble duplicating this design. The finished size measures 56 inches x 56 inches.
2. Frightful Neighborhood Quilt Pattern
Designed by Cathey Laird, immerse yourself in this “hair-curling” cursed neighborhood! This is ideal if you are decorating your home for a Halloween celebration. It adds to the creepy and gloomy aura that Halloween brings. You can use this quilt as a wall-hanging decor. Beginner quilters will find this easy to recreate. The finished size measures 40 inches x 34 inches.
3. Hocus Pocus Quilt Pattern
Who knows that the random placing of designs could be so enchanting? From the renowned Margot Languedoc of The Pattern Basket comes a quirky amalgamation of pumpkins in different colors. This random placing creates a sense of how Halloween can be odd but simultaneously relaxing. For autumn lovers, replicating this quilt pattern will surely calm your hearts and souls for the amiability it brings. Quilters of all levels will definitely be washed with a sense of solitude while duplicating this pattern design. The finished size measures 52 inches x 65 ½ inches.
4. Happy Halloween Wall Quilt Pattern
Usually, when celebrating Halloween, we forget to decorate the walls. We feel entitled to leave the walls bare of decorations because we tend to forget. However, we can easily resolve that by replicating this quilt pattern by Carolyn Vagts! This is specially customized to be a wall-hanging decor highlighting the various shape and size of pumpkins! Moreover, it is also ideal for the autumn season. You can easily recreate this design, even if you are a beginner. The finished size measures 52 inches x 65 inches.
5. The Best Time Quilt Pattern
Are you looking for the perfect match to celebrate Halloween? This beginner-friendly quilt by Denise Russell will answer that for you! Combining blacks, purples, and oranges brings to life the eccentric beauty of Halloween. The use of whites softens the harshness of the three vibrant colors. Consisting of mini blocks and mini triangles, it surely is an eye-catching sight to behold. The finished size measures 42 inches x 54 inches.
Ready to Ship Halloween Quilt Pattern (Paid)
1. Beware! It's Halloween!
Now that Halloween is just around the corner, this intermediate-friendly quilt created by Vickie is undoubtedly the best Halloween gift anyone can receive! It is a bundle of all Halloween essentials from pumpkins, a witch’s hat, a freaky cemetery, and a sinister haunted house! Have fun creating this exciting, whimsical Halloween applique quilt pattern.