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You've still got enough time for a quick and fun Halloween project, and this will be a good one! We love the scrappy goodness of this design by Amy Smart of Diary of a Quilter, and her tutorial does a great job of detailing each step for you. She originally did this project for Riley Blake on their blog site, and the pumpkin block worked very well for a pillow, as well, so today you get a two-for-one! More from Amy:
"A couple of years ago I made this simple patchwork pumpkin throw pillow. It's an easy project perfect for using up scraps. Here's a tutorial for this quilt block as well as some other patchwork pumpkin projects to make some quick scrappy Halloween decorations.
"This look includes a variety of styles of pumpkin blocks to make it an even scrappier and unpredictable patch of pumpkins, good for showing off larger pumpkin prints as well. This row version could be easily replicated to make an entire quilt."
Finished Size: Pillow: 13.5" x 13.5" (34cm x 34cm)
Table Runner: 15" x 60" (38cm x 152cm)
Skill Level: Beginner
Visit the Website: Diary of a Quilter | Riley Blake Designs
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