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Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Stitch a Patchwork Jack Wreath with HeatNBond Interfacing

While the 
My Favorite Quilt Block Blog Hop is continuing,
I want to squeeze in a post to share my tutorial for Thermoweb today.

Scroll down for today's post for the hop to enter the giveaway today.

I just love making Halloween decor projects.  It's the one time of year that you can just go wild with decorations. 
 Here is one of my favorites. 


 I've made this wreath without the eyes for fall, but it's just a hoot to add the eyes with HeatNBond Lite to make a patchwork pumpkin Jack-O-Lantern.

Today I am over on the 
with a free tutorial to make a
Patchwork Jack Wreath.


It only takes a few supplies including
and
HEATNBond® Lite iron-on adhesive.

Wouldn't it be fun to make pumpkin seeds coming out of his mouth?
I should have done that.


It's time to start bringing out the Halloween Decor
or
making something new.
This is just the project to get you started.

Be sure to go to the 
and 
grab this free pattern.


8 comments:

Scrapatches said...

That is one hungry looking pumpkin wreath. I would put it up with a sign that said, "Please feed the pumpkin" ... ;) Pat

The Joyful Quilter said...

That is SEW cute, Carla!!! Thanks for the link to the tutorial. Add ANOTHER project to my list!

Unknown said...

I am enjoying seeing what everybody is working on. Nancy A: SewingGranda@gmail.com

Kathleen said...

Adorable! It’s a terrific wreath and would look fab greeting trick or treaters.

Danice G said...

How cute! I love this wreath. Thank you for the pattern.

Deonn @ Quiltscapes said...

Super cute and Halloweeny. Thanks for the free pattern!

Carla said...

I so wish I would have thought of that. Oh, deadlines..

Karrin Hurd said...

Cute idea for a wreath , thanks for the pattern!