Midnight in the Pumpkin Patch Quilt Along


Autumn has officially arrived, and today in Paducah, KY the first breath of chill filled the air after a long, hot summer. To celebrate the season, we’ve put together a quilt along celebrating all the things that go bump in the night. Keep reading to learn more about the Midnight in the Pumpkin Patch Quilt Along!

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Midnight in the Pumpkin Patch by Emily Cross

30″ x 30″

The quilt features four Foundation Paper Piecing (FPP) blocks ranging in difficulty from easy FPP to challenging FPP. We bring you tips and tricks for making each FPP block. In the final part, we make the pumpkin setting blocks and finish the quilt.

To begin, gather your fabrics and suggested supplies.

When picking fabrics, have fun and feel free to go crazy with color, like with the pastel-brite version below.

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It can be helpful for the fabrics used for the objects in the block to read as almost solid colored for a crisp outline.

The fabric requirements are broken down by block or component so you can make each part of the quilt to match your vision. The blocks are all paper pieced and the fabric yardage is calculated to have some leftover fabric, but if you know you use a lot of yardage when paper piecing, add enough to the yardage given to make you feel confident.

Midnight in the Pumpkin Patch Fabric Requirements

Midnight Moon Block
Background – ¼ yard or Fat Quarter
Shadowed Moon – ¼ yard or 7” square
Illuminated Moon Crescent – ⅛ yard

Bewitching Bat Block
Background – ¼ yard or Fat Quarter
Bat – ¼ yard or Fat Quarter

Waiting Web Block
Background – ⅜ yard
Web – ⅜ yard

Creeping Cat Block
Background – ¼ yard or Fat Quarter
Cat – ⅛ yard

Pumpkins Setting Blocks
Background – 1⅛ yards
Pumpkins – ½ yard
Stems – ⅛ yard

Outer Border – ⅓ yard

Binding – ⅜ yard

Backing – 1⅛ yards

Batting – 36″ x 36″

Suggested Supplies

Printer for printing patterns
Sewing Machine
Sewing thread (the same color as background fabric)
Extra machine needles
Small cutting mat
Small ruler
Large Ruler
Rotary Cutter
Karen K. Buckley Scissors
Fabric Glue Pen
Wooly felted ironing mat
Small iron

Patterns & Instructions

Find all the patterns as they are published, or see when the next installment is coming out.

Midnight Moon: Block 1 – Click Here
Bewitching Bat: Block 2 – Click Here
Waiting Web: Block 3 – Click Here
Creeping Cat: Block 4 – Click Here
Pumpkins & Finishing – Click Here

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Wonderful fall festive patterns with great color ideas