My Hallowe'en quilt is complete, and hanging in my front window. A full 2 weeks early, even!
This was a lot of fun. I took inspiration from the block lotto curved rails, and 10 fat quarters I picked up this past weekend when I was out looking for inspiration. The curved blocks went together really quickly, and used pretty much every scrap of the 10 fat quarters - I cut the quarters into 9" squares, and then cut the curves in those blocks. Final blocks were trimmed down to 8" unfinished. The FQs made 40 blocks in total - 10 down the sides of the panel on one side, and the other 30 blocks made up the reverse of the quilt.
I quilted it with freehand loops, and hung it with clips (to keep the 2-sided option) in my front window for the season. I can't wait for daylight tomorrow, so I can see what it looks like from outside. The panels in the window will probably interfere a bit, but hopefully people will be able to tell what it is.
This is my first seasonal quilt. And now I'm inspired to do something for Christmas next.