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Halloween Trick or Treat Bags

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Author Sheryl Hastings
Price $4.95
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They are fully lined and measure 11 inches square and are 3 inches deep. They have a nice and sturdy handle so they will hold lots of candy. If your trick or treaters want more candy, or a bigger tote bag, just add a few inches to the height and/or width.

I give you instructions and templates to hand applique the cat and candy corn guy on the bags. If you prefer to machine applique instead, that would just fine! The instructions come with lots of full color photos, and crisp and clear pattern pieces.

I've made my patterns very easy to read and understand. I give you a complete list of everything you will need to complete the project. I've broken everything down into step by step instructions and have included LOTS of full color photos and illustrations. The pattern pieces are very crisp and neatly drawn using a computer program.

on November 25th, 2013

Easy to follow instructions. Everyone loved the bags!!

by Aerybeth
on November 8th, 2013

Great easy to love! thanks!!

by Galvan, Tammy
on October 8th, 2013

Super easy instructions and goes together quickly! And so cute!

by p. mayer
on October 3rd, 2013

These bags were a complete hit with very easy to follow instructions.
Highly reccomend


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Supplies to make both bags:
5/8 yard of a light weight paper backed fusible webbing
1/2 yard of fabric for each bag and their handles, this is for the outside (100% cotton)
1/2 yard of fabric for each bag lining (100% cotton)
1 7/8 yard of medium weight fusible interfacing (for both bags)
Fabric scraps for each applique piece (100% cotton calicos work best)
Embroidery floss to match scrap fabrics, plus black and light grey
Sewing thread to match fabrics
12” piece of 1/4” wide orange ribbon
2 – 18 MM wiggle eyes for cat
2 – 18 MM wiggle eyes for candy corn
1/2” light colored button for cat mouth
Glue gun or a thick and tacky craft glue (I like Fabri-Tac by Beacon, sold at JoAnn Fabrics)

General Supplies:
Sewing machine, iron, cardstock, pencil, paper, sewing and embroidery needles, 5 to 7” embroidery hoop, scissors, fabric marking pen or pencil

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