These projects make fright night even more fun! Stitch them up now so they’re ready to use on October 31.
1Scrappy Happy Jacks Wall Hanging
Snowball blocks make adorable jack-o’-lanterns that stitch up quickly. Add fusible appliqué for the face, stem and leaves, and you have an adorable wall hanging or throw.
2Felt Button Bat
This project is so easy, the youngsters will love it. A pipe cleaner, felt and a couple of buttons are all you need, along with a simple running stitch and whip stitch.
Cute ghosties stitch up quickly using knit and purl stitches. At just 3″ tall, this stash-busting knitting project is ideal for creating ornaments or garlands.
4Little Halloween Witch
This little witch is as cute as can be! She’s created using basic stitches such as single and double crochet, magic circle and chain stitch.
This beginner cross-stitch pattern looks cute embroidered on a pillow or garden sign. It stitches out at 17″ x 21″ on 14-count cloth.
6His & Hers Skull Earrings
Make one of each or two of a kind for a pair of earrings to match your Halloween attire. His is the standard skull while hers adds a flower for a more feminine touch.
7Halloween Banner Bunting
Here’s another perfect project for young crafters. Just print out the file, cut and string it up for a festive banner you can hang anywhere.
Make three different sugar cookies (a mummy, a cauldron and a spider in a web) using one cutter. Follow the links in the post for the sugar cookie and royal icing recipes.