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Tutorial: Trick-or-Treat Bag. While this particular tutorial features a bag with bat silhouettes against a yellow moon, it can be easily modified to showcase the Halloween creature of your child’s choice. But whatever your applique, you can be certain this simple trick-or-treat bag will hold a motherload of delicious goodies! Felt Trick-or-Treat Bag Supplies: purple felt*, yellow felt*, sparkly black felt, scissors, sewing machine, thread, bat template. *Be sure you chose a durable, heavy-weight felt. I do not recommend using the inexpensive pre-cut felt for the actual bag. Instructions: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Other applique templates: Click Here to Download the Frankenstein template Click Here to Download the Cat & Bat Silhouette templates.

Yarnington: Itsy Bitsy Spider. Don't be afraid!

Yarnington: Itsy Bitsy Spider

These creepy crawlies are friendly! Why an applique, you might ask? Spooky and Crafty Crochet Halloween Decorations. Once you’ve got the costumes for the kids and adults all sorted, it’s time to turn your attention to your home and office!

Spooky and Crafty Crochet Halloween Decorations

Here are 10 free crochet Halloween decoration patterns to help make your surroundings spooktacular! Halloween Pennants on Lion Brand – Customize your message and update your seasonal decor with pennants! They’re right on trend right now and classic enough to be a great addition to your Halloween collection.

Free Mini Frankenstein Crochet Pattern. Here’s my super quick and easy pattern for this cute little Frankenstein head Halloween ornament: Finished size: approximately 1.5″ x 1.5″ x 2″ Materials: worsted weight yarn in green, black, purple, and gray crochet hooks in sizes G and F tapestry needle 9 mm black safety eyes stuffing Note: I used cotton yarn in all colors except gray which is acrylic.

Free Mini Frankenstein Crochet Pattern

With green, ch 9 Row 1: sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in ea ch to end, ch 1, turn (8 sts) Row 2: sc in ea st, ch 1, turn (8 sts) Rows 3-6: repeat row 2 Row 7: sc in ea st, ch 1, do not turn (8 sts) (You will now be working in squared rounds and joining each round.) Neck bolts (make two): With gray and F hook, make an adjustable loop Rnd 1: 6 sc in loop, do not join Rnds 2-4: sc in ea st around, fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing to head Fasten eyes to face. You can add a loop to hang him up for Halloween, fill him with something heavier for a paperweight, or hide him around the house for kids to find (they love that stuff)… Enjoy! Day Of The Dead Skull Motif.

Alrighty folks, this is JUST a guide.

Day Of The Dead Skull Motif

I’m going to give you the step by steps on how I got these results. This is not the only way you can do it, it’s just the way I did it. Everyone crochets differently, so please adjust this to fit your style. You may need to add or remove stitches, depending on how tightly you crochet. Also keep in mind that using thicker or thinner yarn will alter your results.

What you need to know (in American terms) - ch – chainsc – single crochethdc – half double crochetdc – double crochetsl st – slip stitch What you need to have - Yarn, hook, yarn needle, scissors, and stitch markers (not shown) if you need them. Here we go - Start with your basic slip knot and chain 12. Continue without breaking your yarn and chain 13. Chain 1, sc into the next chain (the one that’s between your eyes), and then place 20 sc in the circle. Sc into the bottom of the middle stitch (between the eyes) and place 20 sc in the second circle. I did not join to start the second round. Skull Embelishment Pattern – Crochet. Hey Everyone!

Skull Embelishment Pattern – Crochet

Hope you’re doing well – again sorry for escaping off the face of the earth – it happens from time to time with a little baby… ahem toddler on your hands. She’s grown so much, can hardly believe it’s nearly been a year. Anyway I thought maybe you’d like to see what I’ve recently been making, and you know… maybe try it out yourself. These guys! Crochet sugar skulls to be exact – you can pretty much do whatever you want with them – garlands, sew them onto things.. the only limit is your imagination really. So what do I need Gem? 4,5mm hook or there abouts to get the desired gauge. Free Patterns for Crocheting, Free Crochet Pattern: Great for Halloween: Little Spider. Talking Crochet ...Boo Ghosts. Crochet Zombiebot Amigurumi (Free Pattern) LW3263.pdf.

Wonderland of Ash: Sonar the Bat. This is Sonar the Bat.

Wonderland of Ash: Sonar the Bat

I created him because there weren't any free bat patterns that I really liked. He's perfect as a little Halloween decoration or for anyone who enjoys the darker side of life. You'll need: 3.5 mm hook (size E), stuffing, scissors, a needle for sewing and embroidery, and two beads, buttons, or safety eyes. Feel free to have fun with the color combinations as well! BAT. This pattern courtesy of Crochet 'N' More Click below to learn more about CNM: Copyright, Tisa Enterprises, All Rights Reserved To print a new copy visit: The following pattern is my original design.


Please only copy or print this pattern for personal use.This pattern has not been tested so please contact me if you find any errors. Free Halloween Crochet Pattern Link Directory. Glowing Skull Shape Pattern For Halloween Decoration.