This is Scrappy Halloween.
Scrappy Stash Quilt Along at Ellison Lane Quilts. There's still time, if you hurry. Here's the tutorial.
In the spirit of scrappy stash, the back is made from fat quarters and left overs found in my stash.
Free-motion quilting by me. I started with diagonal lines and stitch-in-the-ditch radiating out from the center with the intent of making one large, dense spider web. But the farther I got from the center, the sloppier it got. So I added some diagonals and straight lines to the outer sets of 4 blocks and made 9 spider webs instead.
This left space between the webs that I filled with hundreds of little spiders and their webby trails.
Finished Size: 49" x 49"
Binding: Timeless Treasures Charcoal Sketch
(Now, a word about this fabric. I bought this upon the recommendation of some fellow bloggers. Although the print is really fun and a great blender, the fabric quality is atrocious. I was trying to make hexagons with it and you can feel the difference, not to mention the horrible amount of fraying because of the loose weave. If you care about quality, do not buy this fabric.)