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Gertie from Charm Patterns has been posting all sorts of daily Halloween goodies. Some are additions to purchased patterns while others are just freebies – like this Dagger Collar.

There’s still plenty of time to sew up this fun Halloween mini quilt.

Even if you’re not sewing up a Halloween costume this year, you can add a handmade touch with a custom treat bucket.

If you’re gearing up for some cool weather sewing for kids, this free raglan tee is a great place to start.

Looking for a quick and easy costume idea that can be sewn up in an afternoon? Be sure to check out this Red Ridding Hood Cape tutorial (kids and adult) – it’s a great costume idea, but can be easily altered to work with other characters, too.

I’m on a clear vinyl kick. This See-Through Box Bottom Zip Pouch is calling my name.

The fringe in this tutorial is epic, but the jacket is a great pattern.

Enter to win a $30 gift card to The Fabric Fairy.

If you’re a beginner sewer or just looking for a quick gift to make, be sure to check out this fabric wallet tutorial.

Bats may freak me out in real life, but I love the fuzzy bodies of this spooky Halloween version.

These candy trays are great for gift giving, handing out special treats on Halloween night, or a cute display that can hold your goodies.