It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown. From the quilt Happy Howloween:
Close-up so that you can see the seams:
An orphan jack'o'lantern that didn't make it into the quilt:
Now that you've seen the face tutorial you know how to piece jack'o'lanterns. They're really quite easy. Give it a try.
I figure one of the best reasons to make Halloween or monster quilts is that it gives you a chance to play with techniques and if they don't come out right, oh well. They're supposed to be goofy, remember. After you've made a few spooky faces, you'll have more confidence to make a self-portrait or one of your children...
Here are a few more Halloween faces, just for fun:
The sun has come out for my birthday, woohoo. I'm going to take a marvelous walk, even though Netflix gave me three "presents" AND my gorgeous beautiful Craft in America book arrived yesterday. Ya'all take care.