Ghouls and Gourds Scrappy Wall Hanging

Ghouls and Gourds Scrappy Wall Hanging

Remember my Ghouls and Gourds Halloween pattern? It was the very first quilt pattern that I published! That was way back in October of last year.

Well, Halloween is coming back around and now is a perfect time to start working on some fall projects!



I also made this scrappy pumpkin back in October for a Houston MQG scrap jar challenge. I don't use scraps a lot mainly because I hate chopping up pretty fabric into little bits, but I loved how adorable this pillow came out.



So when Riley Blake Fabric came out with this new Goose Tales fabric collection by J. Wecker Frisch, I knew exactly what I wanted to do with it for my blog tour project!



By nature, I'm a fan of simple print fabrics and I also love a good polka dot! I chose some of the more basic prints from the collection because they still showcase really well even when they are in 2" strips. 



Then I paired these with a few Riley Blake Confetti Cotton Solids (Licorice, Eggplant, Orchid, Holly, and Inchworm) to get a scrappy looking version of a Ghouls and Gourds wall hanging. I personally love adding a little purple in my Halloween decorations!



The eyeballs are so fun! I feel like they are staring at you as you walk by. And the mice print is so cute in both grey and orange.




I think these white polka dots just might be my favorite!





This project came out super cute! I can't wait to hang it up for Halloween! I'm definitely going to have to get some more of this fabric and make a whole scrappy throw quilt for Bentley and I to snuggle under when the weather gets cooler.



The Ghouls and Gourds quilt pattern is available here on my website or in my Etsy shop. The directions include the throw size quilt pattern, along with directions for a pillow, wall hanging, and table runner.  You can use the code 'GOOSETALES' to get 20% off any of my patterns now through Sunday May 3rd! 


Thanks for visiting and happy sewing!

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