Happy Halloween!!

I LOVE Halloween!!! For the sewing community, it’s a time of incredible creativity. It’s always so much fun to see all of the handmade costumes and the unique themes that you all come up with. I, for one, am looking forward to scrolling through tomorrow’s Facebook and Instagram feeds to see all of the fabulous costumes and décor! I’ve already seen a Luigi, R2D2, & Luke Skywalker, all handmade. On top of all of the costumes, there are so many other ways to get your crafty on. This Halloween Candy Bowl by Marni Weaver of Haberdashery Fun is a quick sew and will be perfect to hold all of the sweet treats for your trick-or-treaters!


Halloween Candy Bowl
It’s the season for ghost and goblins. Make this spooky Halloween candy bowl in just a few short hours. This is an easy project, great for mom and kids, and one that you can reuse for years to come.

Materials Needed
— 1/3 yard Main Fabric from Cotton Duck/Canvas
— 1/3 yard Lining Fabric from Cotton Duck/Canvas
— 1 Fat Quarter Black Fabric
— 1/2 yard Pellon® SF101 Shape-Flex®
— 1 sheet Pellon® EZ5S EZ-Steam™
— 1 package 1/2″ wide bias tape
— Thread
— White Embroidery Thread

Tools Needed
— Sewing Machine & Related Supplies
— Rotary Cutter & Related Supplies
— Disappearing Ink Pen

For a free downloadable pdf of this pattern, visit the project page here. We’d love to see what you make, so be sure to post a photo on our Facebook page OR share with our ‘Made with Pellon®‘ flickr group!

A few other great Halloween projects:
Baron Von Guano by Stephanie Woody
Trick or Treat Applique Bag by Kara Sanders
Halloween Paper Bag Luminaries by Heather Parsons
Halloween Lutradur® Placemat by Nancy Wygle
Pumpkin Trick-or-Treat Bag by Pellon® for Jo-Ann Fabric & Craft Stores

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MarniWeaverWith a passion for sewing and design, Marni Weaver showcases her talent through each post on Haberdashery Fun. By creating tutorials with step-by-step illustrations, Marni uses her background in fashion and design and her 15 years of sewing to teach blog readers how to make something out of nothing.

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