halloween minky plush fabric
Adorable and scary (but not too scary) Frankenstein quilt.

They’ve been requested by fabric shops for some time now, but we’ve officially introduced new Digital Cuddle® Halloween minky fabric prints — just in time for the fall season! As part of the Shannon Studio Digital Cuddle® collection, these minky fabrics are great on their own or combined with other non-seasonal solids and other fabrics.

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We even took some and combined them in this adorable and scary (but not too scary) Frankenstein quilt. 

We’ve offered festive seasonal fabrics for years, and these digitally printed minky plush fabrics are perfect come Halloween! Available in three prints (Monster Mash, Boo Whoo and Eye of Newt), these fabrics feature a variety of spooky illustrations like ghosts, bats, witches, spiderwebs and jack-o-lanterns overlaid on solid backgrounds.

They’re surprisingly versatile, and we suggest creating cute Halloween-themed minky fabric pillowcases for your little trick-or-treaters, or making a warm throw blanket to cozy up on the couch and watch a scary movie. You can find the FREE patterns for pillowcases and throw blankets here.

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We featured this adorable Frankenstein quilt at the 2019 Spring Quilt Market in Kansas City, Mo., and it quickly became a show favorite! The quilt features a Frankenstein shape taken from the featured print, enlarged then appliqued. This fun digitally printed fabric was then paired with our always-popular Luxe Cuddle® and was backed with our classic Cuddle® 3

Halloween-themed minky plush fabric
Frankenstein quilt at the 2019 Spring Quilt Market in Kansas City, Mo.

We are so excited about these super fun seasonal Halloween prints, aren’t you?

You can find Shannon Fabrics kits and fabrics at independent quilt shops and fabric stores, or check our Store Locator to find online shops and shops near you.

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