Trick or Treat Bags for Halloween

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Trick or Treat Bags for Halloween Pattern


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Women, Men, Girls, Boys



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small skill level requirement Beginner

Pattern Description:

This Halloween, take these monster trick or treat bags with you! You're sure to score more tasty treats when you knock on your neighbor's door. These are also great for the home or office candy bag. They'll keep an eye on the sweets for you!

No tricks, just treats with these monster trick or treat bags. Take Frankenstein, the mummy and Dracula with you as you canvas the neighborhood. These monster treat bags match any costume. Frankenstein loves people! The mummy was people. And Dracula is always on the look out for attractive people! So bring them along this Halloween.

These monster trick or treat bags are crocheted with two strands of yarn at once making them quick to crochet. They all have base bags with accessories sewn on.

Frankenstein Trick or Treat Bag
He is crocheted in the round and has color changes in the base bag. Extra parts (ears, eyes, nose, bolts, collar, handle) are crocheted separately and sewn on.

The Mummy Trick or Treat Bag
The Mummy is crocheted in the round, but only one color per round. The bandages, eyes and handle are crocheted separately and attached. You can stitch him together just the way you want.

Dracula Trick or Treat Bag
Dracula, like Frankenstein, is crocheted in the round with color changes throughout the base bag. Again, extra parts (ears, eyes, nose, collar, handle) are crocheted separately and sewn on.

Whatever your plans are for Halloween, these monsters will be a hit.


5 sc and 5 rows = 2 inches

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