Still getting ready for Halloween here! After making my first Trick or Treat Safety Bag, I realized that it was a perfect size for a "big kid" but not quite the right size for my almost 2 year old. So I worked up a toddler sized trick or treat bag with some new graphs. I will have one more free pattern released tomorrow-another from my Autumn Chill series- so make sure to follow me on Facebook so you don't miss it!
I still used Red Heart Reflective yarn on these bags because I think it makes them into an awesome safety accessory! I did change the construction of the bag a bit to make it easier to cross stitch the images on. Either way works fine, so choose whichever look you like best!
- Sl St: slip stitch
- Ch: chain
- SC: single crochet
- Chain stitches at the beginning of each row do NOT count as a stitch.
- Gauge is not important for this project
Instructions (make 2)
Row 1: SC in the second ch from the hook and SC across (32)
Row 2-32: Ch 1, SC across (32)
Row 33: Ch 1, SC in next 11, Ch 10, skip 10, SC in next 11
Row 34: Ch 1, SC across, working 12 SC into the ch 10 space (34)
Cross stitch the following images onto the panels:
When you are done adding the images, lay the panels together with wrong sides together. Starting in the top corner of one side, SC around the outside of the bag, working through both panels. When you reach the top corner of the other side of the bag, tie off yarn and weave in ends.
Super easy! And these can be packed away and used year after year :) If you missed it, here is the original, larger sized Trick or Treat Safety Bag
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