Renovations Completed on the Haunted House Quilt

If you are considering a new renovation project, I highly recommend choosing a haunted house. Imagine the satisfaction of taking a sledgehammer to an old wall, and then not even having to rebuild it! So I was able to fling off roof shingles, bar up windows, post dilapidated warning signs, and bring in undesirable neighbors– and the house looks even better, even more haunted.

Here is the new haunted house:

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And a detail of my favorite part, the cemetery with an eerie tree:

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The quilt is available in the shop here

Want to build your own haunted house? The pattern is available, and it is detailed! 38 pages of instructions and full size pattern pieces, including an extra full page of optional Halloween appliques to customize your house. A beginner or experienced sewist will enjoy this project. Here is the link to the download pattern

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One thought on “Renovations Completed on the Haunted House Quilt

  1. Liz Bellette September 17, 2014 / 2:13 am

    G’day Jamie. I love it. It looks just fabulous. Well done. I bought a brand new sewing machine about five weeks ago and have used it once!!! I am so into crochet at the moment. Have just finished a bag and have a large throw nearly finished. My grandmother taught me to crochet when I was about 12 years old, but never kept it up. Well, I have discovered it again. Nothing fancy, just granny squares and hexagons at the moment. So my beautiful new Janome is just sitting there, but I will get back into the sewing soon. Take care. Liz…

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