Project

Halloween Candy Bag

Trick or Treating bag for Halloween, I followed the tiki tote pattern except instead of four panels on each side I only did three and I made the inside solid black. One jelly role and a yard of black fabric should make three bags (definitely two), you'll also need some sort of matching thread and fusible interfacing (first time I'd used it and it was really simple). If you have difficulty following the pattern they also have a YouTube video explaining how to do it. It's also pretty simple to change the size of the bag depending on if it's for a younger/older kid.

Project Description

Trick or Treating bag for Halloween, I followed the tiki tote pattern except instead of four panels on each side I only did three and I made the inside solid black. One jelly role and a yard of black fabric should make three bags (definitely two), you'll also need some sort of matching thread and fusible interfacing (first time I'd used it and it was really simple). If you have difficulty following the pattern they also have a YouTube video explaining how to do it. It's also pretty simple to change the size of the bag depending on if it's for a younger/older kid.

Q&A with Raebrams

pmshultz719691263 asked:
With 3 panels could you tell me what your bag ending measurements are. Thanks so much
Raebrams answered:
About 15" wide and 16.5" tall, each panel adds about 5" to the finished bag width. After the first one I made them a bit smaller since they were for younger kids.

Skill Level

Beginner