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Did you know deep purple, black and grey are perfect Halloween colors? Forget the orange; this is a quilt for a grownup Halloween holiday :) It has a spooky crazy quilt design made from Alexander Henry Ghastlie prints in smoke colors and grey, purple and black prints.
Behind each top layer of fabric there is a layer of purple flannel. Under the purple flannel is a layer of black flannel. Each seam is clipped and frayed and reveals the layers of print, purple, black and print again. The seams ruffle to give amazing color and texture to the quilt. There is no binding to this quilt, the edges are given a ruffled edge to match the seams.
Need more convincing to try this pattern? The finished quilt is reversible, just as sweet on the back as the front! Even better, you can’t mess this quilt up, it’s a crazy quilt! Seams don’t have to be perfectly matched.
Every step in this quilt was planned to create the most beautiful quilt possible in the most efficient way possible. There are numbered steps and photographs to guide you.
1 and ¾ yard (1.60 m) patterned Halloween fabric in smoke color.( I used 20 inches (51cm) of Alexander Henry’s “the ghastlie s” in smoke and 20 inches (51cm) of “a ghastlie gallery” in smoke and 20 inches (51cm) of “a ghastlie night” in smoke )
1 and 1/8 yard (102cm) grey print for top and back
1 and 1/8 yard (102cm) purple print for top and back
20 inches x width of fabric (51cm x width of fabric) in black solid or print for top and back
2 ¼ yard (2.06m) solid black flannel for batting layer
2 ¼ yard (2.06m) solid deep purple flannel for batting layer.
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