While I do dream of an entire quilt full of pineapple blocks, this month I wanted to focus on a smaller project (there’s a couple deadlines kickin’ my butt right now).
Plus, it’s October which means I totally need a new treat bag!
I used two pineapple blocks and a mix of scraps to make a Halloween Drawstring Bag. That green ribbon has been hanging from my door for a little over a year now and I’m glad to finally have found a use for it.
The interior is a mixed candy print that I had in my stash.
I’m glad I chose to use scraps with white backgrounds to surround the block on the exterior. I didn’t want those perfectly pieced little pineapples to get lost in a chaos of color.
This bag is going to become another project bag for me. I made it a lot larger than I normally make these drawstring bags and I think I could continue making the larger sizes. I can fit a ton of EPP pieces in this one!
And just because it’s made of Halloween fabric doesn’t mean I won’t be using it all year round.