/ / / DIY Halloween Felt Treat Bag

DIY Halloween Felt Treat Bag

Embroidery | Free Pattern | Halloween | Sewing Projects

DIY Halloween Felt Treat Bag

This site contains affiliate links. I may receive a commission for purchases made through these links. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. [Learn more]

Good morning!  Today I have a new DIY Halloween project to share with you! A Halloween Felt Treat Bag! I saw a bag on Pinterest from Pottery Barn Kids that I loved but was no longer being sold. So I decided it would be the perfect DIY craft. The bag only used felt and embroidery floss so it was a budget-friendly craft. I have included a free printable pattern in the tutorial below!

Materials Needed for Felt Treat Bag:

  • Halloween Felt Treat Bag – Link Located at the end of this post.
  • Felt in whatever colors you want.  I have listed the colors for the skull pattern.
    • 4 sheets black felt:
      • (2) 9 x 12 for the front and back
      • (2) 4.5 x 12 for the sides
      • (1) 4.5 x 9 for the bottom
      • (2) 12 x 1.5 for the handles
      • leftover scraps for the nose and eye circles
    • 1 sheet white felt for the skull and eye stars
    • 1 sheet orange felt for the eyes and name
    • Orange embroidery floss
    • White embroidery floss
    • Black embroidery floss
    • Scissors, ruler, needle

Materials Needed for DIY Felt Treat Bags

STEP 1:  Using the pattern and the dimensions above for the bag, cut out all of your felt pieces.

STEP 2:  Sew the skull design to the black front piece of felt.  I followed the PBK skull design, trying to recreate it on my own bag.  You will want to go in order, working from the bottom up.  I used a small running stitch for everything.  I stitched the skull and mouth using black embroidery floss.

DIY Felt Treat Bag for Halloween!

For the eyes, I layered the black circles on top of the orange spiky circles and sewed through those at the same time using orange embroidery floss.  The white stars were added on top and I just tacked those at the points using white embroidery thread.  Finally, the small black circles were stitched on top of everything.

I stitched the nose on using black embroidery floss and then added a decorative stitch in orange around the nose.

On the top I added “BOO”, but you could also add your child’s name.  I used orange felt with orange embroidery floss.

DIY Felt Treat Bag for Halloween!

STEP 3:  Assemble the bag.  To assemble the bag, I used a simple blanket stitch in white embroidery floss.  I stitched the front and back to the sides and then added the bottom.

DIY Felt Treat Bag for Halloween!

STEP 4:  Attach the handle.  Overlapping the two felt pieces, I used my sewing machine to sew them together.  I hand-stitched the handles to each side of the bag, though you could also machine stitch them on. Once your handle is on, the bag is done!!

DIY Felt Treat Bag for Halloween!

DIY Felt Treat Bag for Halloween!

DIY Halloween Felt Treat Bag TutorialThese treat bags are great because you can create any design you want! Ghost, pumpkin, bat, anything. I loved the skull I saw on the Pottery Barn Kids bag so I went with that. For my next little one I’ll do something different. There are so many possibilities and it is a great inexpensive project!

Free Download

Download the Free File! This freebie is in my Resource Library under Sewing, Embroidery. Enter your first name and email to get the password to download this file. You’ll also have a chance to sign up for my newsletter to receive fun craft tutorials, tips, updates and more FREE files to help make crafting something special and unique easier!


Similar Posts


  1. I love this bag! I love to do embroidery and this looks like such a fun project. Thank you for linking up to The Creative Exchange. We are featuring your project this week.

    1. Hi Laura. Yay, that is so exciting! Thank you for featuring my treat bag and for hosting a great Link Party! :)

    1. Yay, thank you! And I just popped over to your blog and found a bunch of dinner recipes I think my family would love – and quite a few dessert recipes! Thanks for commenting :)

I'd love to hear from you! Thank you for taking the time to comment and thank you for visiting Crafting Cheerfully!!

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.