Scrappy Owl Treat Bag

Although owls have become the cliché of the craft world, they are still my friends. I cannot stand the plastic pumpkins, so I made these trick or treat bags for the girls. They are roomy enough for a good bit of candy, but not too much! The bag is lined, has two handles, and is made of wool felt, canvas and scraps.

Instructions are posted over at Flickr. As always with any of my original sewing patterns, this is for personal use only. If you make one of these, please post a photo in the Make it Monday Flickr pool so we can see it!

25 Replies to “Scrappy Owl Treat Bag”

  1. i think the idea of bags for the halloween goodies is a great idea. maybe i will see them on halloween night!
    love the owls –

  2. These are great – they took me straight back to when I was about 10 years old and all the girls in our class (the boys did woodwork!) made an owl a bit like this in felt for an Eisteddfod entry. Mine was forest green and bright yellow, slightly unusually!

  3. The cutest and coolest (both!) bags I’ve seen in a long time – you’re so nice to share them with all us owl lovers out here. Hoot for you!

    Take care!

  4. I LOVE these. I want to make one so bad. Hopefully my husband can get my machine up and working again before we head off to Hawaii!

  5. I would like to make the scrappy owl bag but my flicka account won’t let me view it. Can you help me. I’m having trouble merging the liner with the actual bag.

  6. I made this bag a few years ago for my niece and loved it! I was hoping to make one for my son; however I am unable to access the tutorial. Can you provide me access to your flickr account so that i can view it? Thank you!

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