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Ghost, Spider & Pumpkin Treat Bags

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by Henderson, Jeanette
on May 6th, 2013

“Such an easy pattern to put together! Which is great, because I have 5 great nieces and nephew to make for! Thank you”

The treat bags are easy to make - even for beginners! They come in two sizes. The large size measures 6” tall and the bottom is 8” square. The small size measures 4 1/4” tall and the bottom is 5 1/2” square. This does not include the ribbon handle. The large bag is great for trick-or-treating and the small bag will be fun for parties! To make the bags, fuse interfacing to felt, then cut out the shapes, create the simple face, sew the shapes together, and then make and attach the handle. Buttons are used for eyes on sample bags. Another option would be to cut eye circles from felt. This PDF e-pattern includes full size patterns for bags, measurements for netting rectangle on ghost & felt leg rectangles on spider, materials list, instructions written in English, and step-by-step photographs.

MATERIALS LIST FOR ONE LARGE TREAT BAG:

-Felt (acrylic or wool) – 3/8 yard for bag (white, black or orange), 1/8 yard for spider legs (purple), 3” x 5” scrap of two shades of green for pumpkin leaf
-Tulle netting – 2 1/4” x 15” rectangle for center top of ghost
-Light to medium weight fusible interfacing – 3/4 yard charcoal or black for bag
-Heavyweight fusible interfacing – 1 1/4” x 15” strip of white or black for handle
-1 1/2” Ribbon – two 16” pieces for handle (grosgrain ribbon was used for sample bags)
-Buttons with two holes – two 1 1/8” for outside of eyes, two 3/4” for inside of eyes
-Embroidery floss or #8 perle cotton – black & white for mouth & sewing button eyes
-Sewing thread

MATERIALS LIST FOR ONE SMALL TREAT BAG:
-Felt (acrylic or wool) – 1/4 yard for bag (white, black or orange), 1/8 yard for spider legs (purple), 2” x 3” scrap of two shades of green for pumpkin leaf
-Tulle netting – 1 1/2” x 10” rectangle for center top of ghost
-Light to medium weight fusible interfacing – 1/2 yard charcoal or black for bag
-Heavyweight fusible interfacing – 3/8” x 9” strip of white or black for handle
-5/8” Ribbon – two 10” pieces for handle (grosgrain ribbon was used for sample bags)
-Buttons with two holes – two 3/4” for outside of eyes, two 1/2” for inside of eyes
-Embroidery floss or #8 perle cotton – black & white for mouth & sewing button eyes
-Sewing thread

There are five pages of instructions, two pattern pages and thirty photographs.

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by Henderson, Jeanette
on May 6th, 2013

Such an easy pattern to put together! Which is great, because I have 5 great nieces and nephew to make for! Thank you

by Gannon, Amy
on August 10th, 2012

super cute, super easy! Love this pattern!