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Free Halloween Patterns

Published by Garrett Bruzek


If you a sewer, you will find this Halloween sewing pattern a great treat. The sweet pumpkin placemat would be so cute on a table during dinner time. Utensils and napkin can be inserted into the pumpkin which makes this Halloween sewing pattern even more adorable. The free Halloween pattern makes 6 pumpkin placemats.

Candy Corn Bracelet

This super cute Lampwork candy corn bracelet looks so real you will want to eat it! The free Halloween pattern is very easy to make and the photographs make the Halloween pattern really easy to follow. This simple and quick free Halloween pattern would not only be fun to make but it would also be wonderful to give as a gift to a jewelry lover of any age.

Ghost and Pumpkins Cross Stitch

This very simple free Halloween pattern is perfect for the cross stitch lover or a person starting out with learning cross stitch. The Halloween pattern is so cute and would look really sweet in a frame, hanging on a wall at Halloween time. This free Halloween pattern could even be cross stitched on various objects such as a napkins or pillows.

Halloween Quilt

Here you will find a very festive free Halloween sewing pattern, the directions are given in an easy to understand and simple manner. I would say that this Halloween pattern would be best suited for a sewer with some experience, although this is not a difficult project at all there are some sewing directions that may not be best suited for a beginning sewer.

Bobbity Bat Paper Mache

This is a cute free Halloween patterns for kids, the paper mache bat can be hung from the ceiling to make a really festive Halloween decoration. The Halloween pattern is a little messy but the results are really neat and kids love experiencing paper mache, it a great way for children to experience a craft activity.

Halloween patterns are so much fun to work on in the Fall, not only does it give you something to do when the weather may not be cooperating but it also gives you the satisfaction of producing a product that is fun to display for others to see.







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