Trick or treat! It’s time to prepare all the needed gear for your kids to get a lot of candies on Halloween from your neighbors. Their look should be scary and cute to get more, and only you can make it right. We have a lot of Halloween decor patterns, and now it is time to add crochet treat bags. Choose the best one, and let your kid be happy with their treasures!
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44-11 Scary Pumpkin Bag
- DESIGNED by DROPS Designs
Boo! The Scary Pumpkin Bag is big enough to fill it nicely with candies, but it’s still comfortable to carry for preschoolers. Crochet it with a free treat bag pattern and let your kid be the readiest candy collector in your area.
PHOTOS by DROPS Designs / Ravelry.com
Find the original free pattern on garnstudio.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.
Trick or Treat Pumpkin Bag
- DESIGNED by Wiam’s Crafts
Pumpkin treat bags will be the most popular image for Halloween night but it’s superb because there are so much different designs available. Here is one of the free treat pumpkin bag patterns for your reference. It is 5.5 inches (14 cm) in diameter and 6.3 inches (16 cm) in height. Happy crocheting!
PHOTOS by Wiam’s Crafts / Ravelry.com
Find the original free pattern on wiamscrafts.blogspot.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.
Crochet Trick Or Treat Toddler Bag
- DESIGNED by Left in Knots
If you want something unique for your kid, choose this cute trick-or-treat bag free crochet pattern. A lovely and not scary ghost adds the particular mood, and “Boo” on the back side — it’s a classic. 🙂 Have fun!
PHOTOS by Left in Knots / leftinknots.com
Find the original free pattern on leftinknots.com.
Pumpkin Treat Bag
- DESIGNED by Jennifer E. Ryan
Another free pumpkin treat bag crochet pattern. This one with cute hands and legs. You will practice well in increasing in single crochet and learn how to create various shapes. Besides, you can make it not only for getting candies but also to give them to your visitors. Isn’t it a good idea?
PHOTOS by Jennifer E. Ryan / Ravelry.com
Find the original free pattern on celticknotcrochet.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.