I'm so happy with the result! How cool are all these blocks!?! There are some fabulous details like trick-or-treat in the window, the textured bats and the frankestein-like bunny. I sashed in orange in order to highlight their awesomeness and let each block have room to show itself off. The orange sashing is much brighter in person, but it's pretty awesome! You can't see in the photos, but it has a slight pattern to it so it almost looks like it has spider webs.
I have to thank Jennie (at Sunflower Quilts) for the great binding. When I went shop-hopping with her, she mentioned her love of stripes for bindings and when I saw this Halloween Dance stripe, I bought it and it looks great (if I do say so myself).
I actually free motion quilted on this one and I'm really proud of myself. My Doll Quilt Swap was the first one where I attempted an allover stipple and I'm definitely getting the hang of it. I only quilted the sashing since, again, I didn't want to take away from the awesomeness of the blocks.
The back is bordered with dancing skeletons and Jon is especially in love with them. I also put my block on the back which Jon thinks will be funny if someone is laying under the quilt with their own feet tucked underneath. Oh yeah, we're not really adults over here, we're just big kids who have jobs... :)
A big Thank You to the wonderful women who made these blocks and to Jane for hosting!!