Have you ever seen a fabric line that you felt like it was designed just for you? I saw Tiny Treaters by Jill Howarth and I just loved the designs. I feel like this is the best Halloween line I have ever seen, as far as prints that can serve multiple functions and be created into many different things. I knew I wanted to make a Suburbs quilt by Cluck Cluck Sew just as soon as I saw this fabric. I NEEDED a Halloween neighborhood quilt in my Halloween quilt collection.
Probably my favorite print from this line is the candy print in this pinkish-purple color. I used it as many times as I felt that I could in my quilt for houses and for doors.
This quilt was also quilted in glow-in-the-dark thread, which plays really well with the glow-in-the-dark prints. The whimsy of this fabric line just constantly makes me smile.
This fabric line is in stores NOW and selling like hot cakes. If it is something you are wanting, I would not wait. Riley Blake has been sharing a bunch of other projects using this fabric line on their blog if you would like some different ideas, or to see it used differently.
We have washed this quilt and have been using it, even though it is not *exactly* a spring quilt. My kids have loved it possibly more than me, but no one can say exactly. Make sure to snag this Tiny Treaters line from your favorite local or online quilt shop before it’s gone.