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WeAllSew Tutorial: Patchwork Ghost Pillow

It is tradition to decorate the outside of your house for the trick-or-treaters on Halloween, but the fun doesn't have to stop there. Start those haunted home dressings early and carry the spooky holiday themes both outside and inside with this fun, and friendly, Patchwork Pillow Ghost from Corinne Sovey at WeAllSew.

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WeAllSew Tutorial: Eye On You Halloween Treat Bag

Halloween is tomorrow. You're all prepared, you've got your costume, you know which houses you're going to visit, but what are you going to carry your candy in? If you want to have something a little more stylish than a pillowcase, and you've got about ten minutes to spare, you can make this Eye On You Halloween Treat Bag from Khara Plicanic at WeAllSew. Not only will you be the envy of your friends, but you'll have something to keep an "eye" on your candy too!

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WeAllSew Tutorial: Spider Web Door Banner

It's the beginning of September and you know what that means. That's right, there are only TWO months until Halloween. So now is the perfect time to get ahead of the curve and get going on making your spooky homemade decorations today. Why not start with this creepy Spider Web Door Banner from WeAllSew. It's sure to get your guests good and scared before they even ring the doorbell.

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WeAllSew Tutorial: How To Machine Quilt and Owl Motif

Just in time for Halloween come some spooky owls for you to add to your spooky quilt. Watch as Lori Kennedy at WeAllSew shows you how to free-motion quilt an owl motif to feature that slice of nature, or mysterious watching bird, to your next quilt.

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WeAllSew Tutorial: Spooky Halloween Bat

You've made quilts with bat designs on them for Halloween, but have you ever actually made a bat? Erika Mulvenna at WeAllSew has a fun tutorial for you to make your very own Spooky Halloween Bat that you can use to decorate your house for the ghostly season (and to leave up afterwards if you just want surprise people too!)

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