I post far and few between these days, but I couldn’t pass up sharing my very first Halloween collection called Web of Roses! This collection is in stores now!
This is a romantic Halloween collection with metallic details in the webs and gothic roses. Fall is just around the corner. Who is ready for some Halloween crafting?!
I love Maywood Studio’s description:
Antique lace, eerie bouquets, and delicate spiders spin a romantic Web of Roses. Gossamer border stripes and haunted blenders weave mysterious tales in Jera Brandvigs’ latest collection. The vivid vintage florals and intricate spiderweb prints are laced with metallic highlights, perfect for an elegant quilt with a hint of Halloween. Don’t be afraid to use this collection – we are dying to see what you make!
As always, with any new collection I love to gift my followers with a free pattern. Keep scrolling below for a link to the PDF pattern.
My boys (now 7 and 10 yrs old) and I absolutely LOVE decorating for Halloween, so this holiday holds a special place in my heart full of fun memories. Currently we have a trio of witch animatronics that we set out each year, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg!
I made a lovely, snuggly, Web of Roses quilt using my fabrics! 🙂
And as promised, I put together a pattern for you all! To download a printer friendly PDF pattern, simply click the following link.
Web of Roses pattern by Jera Brandvig
The Fat Quarter Shop carries this collection as well as some other online shops. With a quick google search, I found this quilt kit available on Etsy here and here, to name a few.
Tah-dah! My oldest son is now tall enough to hold my quilts without standing on the couch. 🙂
I got this quilted by David – my go-to long arm quilter these days. 🙂 He always does a wonderful and fast job! https://quiltingbydavid.com/
He has hundreds of patterns to choose from but his spiders quilt pattern was perfect!
Mini purple spiders for the perfect finish.
With a beautiful orange with gothic flowers, for the back!
For more quilt ideas using Web of Roses, check out Maywood Studio’s project page. You can view the whole collection here as well.
Thanks for reading my post! I hope you love my latest Web of Roses collection, and enjoy the free pattern!
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