I made this curtain today. It is about the fastest easiest Halloween deco item you can make.
Do you have a yard of a cute Halloween fabric lying around? Making a curtain is a way to add a lot of seasonal punch to a room -- with a minimum of effort. Plus, once you make it you can pull it out year after year. I have several other curtains I've made for other windows in years past that I'll dig out soon.
I put a bottom border on mine to dress it up a smidge. The main fabric is called Gwendolyn Goodwitch by Alexander Henry.
In other news, I wanted to mention my upcoming Trunk Show at the Nova Scotia Fibre Arts Festival in Amherst, Nova Scotia. It is on Saturday, October 17, 2015 at 1:00 pm. It is at Trinity St. Stephen's United Church Burgess Hall, 1 Ratchford Street (right behind the Dayle's Department Store). I will have a PILE of quilts with me -- including lots and lots of my Halloween ones since the timing is perfect! There are no advance ticket sales -- just at the door. I am told it is a nice hall with plenty of room, so hopefully I won't be standing there all by myself. Admission is $12.00. I will also have an assortment of fat quarters for sale for a toonie each. I would love to see you! There are many other events going on for the Fibre Arts Festival and Saturday is a great day to be there. For details on my trunk show as well as the festival in general, click here.
Posted by Riel Nason