September 16, 2011

Tricks for Treats

I started my Halloween sewing last week.
I bought some of Riley Blake's 'Boo For You' collection last year and made some pillowcases for the kids.

Argyle liked his so much, it has been on the bed all year. After making the pillowcases, I had to buy more fabric to make matching trick-or-treat bags. I was a little late last year and never got them made. In fact, when I pulled all the fabric out, I forgot excatly what I was going to do in the first place. Good thing I remember about Monica's little tote tutorial. With a few adjustments, it was perfect!

Trick-or-treat bags were the first thing on my Halloween sewing list. I fussy cut the scenes so the kids would have matching bags. I did want to make Paisley's just a little bit girly though. I didn't have any girlish Halloween fabric in my stash, so I went to one of my local shops. I couldn't find what I had wanted, but I think I found something better. These cute litte ghosts from Andover's Matilda line. With the little bits of pink and purple I thought it was perfect for a little ghoul.


Since I had already cut out the fabric for two bags, I decided I shouldn't let the third bag to waste.

So ....

I am giving it away to one of you!



Maybe your little one needs a trick-or-treat bag too, or maybe you know someone who would like this adorable bag, or maybe you just want it because it is free! It doesn't matter why you want it, you just do!
And, if you are one that does want this bag, just leave a comment about trick-or-treating.
You get an extra entry if you are signed up for my newsletter.
(you can find the sign up on the upper left side of the blog or on the website)
Comments will be open until Tuesday, September 21 - midnight MDT
Winner will be drawn by Random.org.

Ghoul Luck!
(this giveaway is now closed and winner has been chosen!)


6 comments:

  1. Darling!!! Love the fabrics! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  2. This is so cute!! I miss trick-or-treating - I think I wore out a pillow case or two when I used to go ;)

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  3. When I was little we were pretty poor so trick or treating was such a special time!

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  4. I also signed up for your newsletter!

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  5. What was the finished size of these bags...they are gorgeous?

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    1. the finished size is approximately 7.5"(w)x8(h)"x4(l).
      i'm so glad you like my bags. hope you have fun making some!

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