Spider Web Quilt-Along



Spider Web Quilt-Along 2014 ~ Intro


Fabric Requirements for Small Quilt (2013)

Small Spider Web Quilt Fabric Requirements

80 2.5 inch squares (two mini-charm packs, a charm pack, strips, FQs or 

yardage ... or just use up scraps!)

1/2  - 2/3  yard of black (for web sashing and border and binding)

2 inch black circle for the center applique 

30" square of backing fabric and batting



Fabric Selection Suggestions:

For your fabric squares, use a mix of lights to darks, small to medium prints.   I used three to four mini charms of each fabric but you could cut from 5-6 fat quarters or 2.5" strips if you wanted a less scrappy quilt.  Two mini charm packs or one charm pack would yield enough 2.5" squares for the top. 


The quilt will finish at about 30" measured across the points of the web.

For more details, click on the links below:


Fabric Requirements and Overview



Tools ~ Cutting the Curves with the QCR



Cutting and Piecing the Octagon



Cutting and Sewing the Curved Web



Sewing the Web Together


Finishing Your Quilt


Updated Version :

My 2014 Spider Web Quilt

Fabric Requirements for larger Web (2014):



168 squares 2.5"

21 are needed for each of eight sections





2 yards of black fabric for web, backing and binding

40" square of batting

Quilt Finishes at about 34" point to point.

Tutorial for making this year's Spider Web

These free tutorials will remain up on my blog.

If you sew a web at anytime, please let me know and add a photo to our

Spider Web Quilt Along Flickr Group

Please join me again in 2015 !

Plans are to set this web into a top to make 
a rectangular lap/wall quilt.

Happy Halloween and Happy Sewing!



4 comments:

  1. Would love to do this sometime, thanks for all of the free information and great tutorials.

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  2. Cant wait to give this a try ! Thanks for all the great information and turtorials

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  3. I made one! Here's my blog link that shows it. Thank you so much for this tutorial!!! http://fallergirl.blogspot.com/2017/01/charlottes-web.html

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