Halloween is right around the corner. You've organised a costume (did you sew something?), but have you forgotten the most important thing for the kids?
Trick or Treat Bags!!!
How are you kids going to bring home their stash? It's time to sew a trick or treat bag (or 3!)
There's lots to consider when deciding which trick or treat sewing pattern to make. Size - it needs to be big enough to hold the right amount of candy (or maybe you should make a small one to encourage your kids to come home early without such a big pile of sugar!). Should your DIY trick or treat bag match the costume, or are you just going with a generic spooky Halloween theme?
Whatever you decide, here are my favourite handmade Halloween trick or treat bag sewing patterns and tutorials:
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Halloween Trick or Treat Bag Sewing Patterns
Frankenstein trick-or-treat bag by Stubbornly Crafty on Tatertots and Jello.
I have no idea what candy corn is (never seen it in Australia!), but this candy corn trick or treat bag is adorable (free tutorial by Purl Soho).
This ruffled trick or treat bag is an upcycle of a plain canvas bag, and doesn’t it look adorable! The tutorial is by Blue Robin Cottage on the Eighteen25 blog.
Oliver the Owl is a cuter option for a Halloween trick or treat bag. The pattern is from Winter Peach on Etsy.
The Pumpkin Trick or Treat bag pattern from Barefoot in the Kitchen is a fun whimsical design.
The treat bag pattern from Charming Doodle includes 5 adorable styles: Cat, Jack-O-Lantern, Fairy/Princess, Monster, Strawberry. There’s something for all the kids in your family!
Punkin Patterns has a simple tote bag pattern with lots of great applique designs to make your trick or treat bag that much scarier!
Lilly Blossom has two cute goodie bags in the one pattern with a bag with Wizard of Oz Wicked Witch legs and a pumpkin with a bonus flying bat.
Which bag are you going to sew for Halloween?
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