Hallowe’en is a fun time for little children. It’s a time for witches, ghosts, goblins and jack o’lanterns. It is a great time of year to make some quick and easy projects. So why not make some cute Hallowe’en projects for the kids or grandkids.
How about some ‘boo’tiful towels? What fun to wash and dry your hands on these ghosts. Start with a white towels. I used hand towels but you could use any size towel. You just need to add some black fabric shapes for the eyes and mouth. I originally saw this idea at the blog, The Long Thread.
You can applique the black shapes on with your sewing machine or you could hand stich them on.
They are ‘spook’tacular hanging in the bathroom just waiting for those little sticky hands after those Hallowe’en treats.
This is a little Hallowe’en bracelet that I made for our granddaughter. I originally saw the idea at a blog I love to visit called My Life in Stitches. It is just a simple knitted band done in k1 p1 ribbing and joined together. I stitched on 3 little Hallowe’en cutouts and presto a ‘boo’tiful bracelet.
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