DIY Halloween Projects From WeAllSew
Wondering what to stitch up this Halloween? Never fear, WeAllSew is here! We’re sharing our favorite DIY Halloween Projects from spooky spiders to decorate your home, cats and bats to hold your treats, and unique unicorn costume accessories.
DIY Halloween Home Decor From WeAllSew
Spiders can be spooky but you don’t have to be afraid to machine quilt the spider and her web on your next quilt. The pattern is easy to learn when you follow the step-by-step photos!
Create cute in-the-hoop ghosts, ghouls, and bats to decorate for Halloween. Learn how with the Ghosts in-the-hoop tutorial here.
Do you love decorating your home for Halloween and trick-or-treaters? Here’s an easy project to satisfy your sweet tooth…without any calories at all! Find the Candy Corn mini-quilt tutorial here.
Greet visitors at your door with this spooky spider spinning her web! Click here to get the Spider Web Door Hanger tutorial.
DIY Trick-or-Treats From WeAllSew
This bag is easy to construct and is perfect for someone who is just learning how to sew. The bag is made from felt so there is no need to line it and features a fun felt appliqué face. Get the DIY Bat Trick-or-Treat bag pattern and tutorial here.
Halloween is approaching and you’re busy thinking of what you’re going to dress as, how to decorate the house with spider webs and little ghosts, and when to go on a pumpkin patch adventure. This year make a trick-or-treat gift bag for your little ones, perfect for putting candies and also as a cute gift to bring to a Halloween Party. Find the free pattern to make a spooky Treat Bag here.
The Black Cat Trick or Treat Tote is a great project for beginner sewers or to even teach your children who are eager to learn to sew. Enjoy the step by step tutorial here for the Black Cat Treat Tote!
DIY Halloween Costumes From WeAllSew
Turn any plain-old person or pet into an instant unicorn with this easy to make Unicorn Headband!
This project is great base for all sorts of costumes whether it’s for a superhero, villain, or bugler. Best of all, this mask is made using cotton fabrics so the sky is the limit on designing your accessory. Click here to find the downloadable pattern and directions to make a simple Halloween mask.
This project is an easy way to not only use up fabric scraps, but makes for a quick costume – just throw on a cape and you’re set! Don’t need horns? Change up the shape of the horns to any style ear or add a single cone shape for a fun unicorn look! Find the quick-to-make horned headband tutorial here.
Stitch a simple unicorn horn and set of pretty wings for this fun costume. No matter what you call it, a winged unicorn or alicorn, it makes for a totally adorable look! Click here for the DIY Unicorn Costume pattern and tutorial.