Monster Munchies

Monster Munchies

Set a fun table for your Halloween bash with this quick quilted table runner.



Monster Munchies FREE Quilted Tote Halloween Quilt Pattern

FREE pattern for a matching quilted tote ’n treat bag.  (Problems downloading our PDF? Check out our troubleshooting tips.)

Halloween table runner quilt pattern available as a FREE Web Bonus download in McCall's Quilting September/October 2012 issue.

Finished Size 14½˝ x 48¾˝

Featured Fabrics

Jean Anne and Gayle used fabrics from the Scribble Monsters II collection by Leeré Aldrich for Clothworks.

Kit Offer

A kit of fabrics for table runner top and binding is available while supplies last for $37.45 ppd. (WA residents, $38.55 ppd.) from The Quilting Bee, 12117 E. Mission Ave., Spokane, WA 99206; 888-928-6037; A kit is also available for treat bag for $29.50 ppd. (WA, $31.95).


This quilt is fully patterned in the McCall's Quick Quilts issue below. Purchase a copy from the Quilt and Sew Shop.


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Free Table Runner Pattern
Link to the free table runner pattern has been added. The September/October 2012 issue of McCall's Quilting appears to have shipped to a few subscribers ahead of schedule and caught us by surprise!
Bonus Pattern: Monster Munchies table runner
Add my name to the long list of subscribers who have been unable to download the pattern.
Bonus Pattern: Monster Munchies table runner
I too am looking for the Bonus pattern I also checked my back issues to no avail. Where can it be found?
table runner
Just got my Sept/Oct 2012 issue today and on page 18, it definitely leads you to believe that the free pattern is for the table runner. I am really disappointed that it is not, saying it was available in a back issue. Only I wasn't quilting then, so I wouldn't have purchased this issue. It is very misleading.
Free pattern not found
My subscription issue for Sept/Oct 2012 said this was a free pattern, found under "bonuses". Where is it, plesae?
My issue of McCalls said the was a FREE pattern - why do I have to pay for it?
Makes a great quick gift
Used some fat quarters in burgundy, forest green, black and gold to make this and totally changed the look for a thank you gift for a friend. It only took a few hours to make and turned out beautifully. Added fall leaves fabric with black and gold to the back to make it reversible.


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