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Halloween Tee Shirt and Apron Crafts

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Get festive this Halloween with a basic Halloween tee shirt that you can wear to work or school. Create a custom halloween T shirt or apron that incorporates your personal style, using fun glitter glues, paints and other embellishments. Homemade halloween crafts are easy to make, just be creative!

Halloween Witch

 

Table of Contents

Halloween Ghost Tee Shirts

Spooky Bat Tee Shirts

Halloween Pumpkin Tee Shirt Crafts

Halloween Apron Patterns

Featured Article - Glow in the Dark Ghost Vest

 

 

 

 

 

 

Halloween Ghost Tee Shirts

Boo T-Shirt - Get festive this Halloween with this Boo-tifully spooky t-shirt! It's easy to make and fun to create. Get the kids involved with your quick and easy Halloween costume!

Boo-tiful Purple Ghost T-shirt - Create this Bootiful Tee with an easy pattern and paint. It's a great easy Halloween craft that the kids will love.

 

 

Spooky Bat Tee Shirts

Flying Bats Tshirt

Orange Bat T-Shirt - Wear an orange bat t-shirt this Halloween. Spook your friends out with acrylics and transfers. This can be added to something else to make homemade Halloween costumes.

Bat Halloween T-Shirt - Get batty for Halloween this year. Make your own cool Halloween bat t-shirt. All you need are acrylics, heart buttons and a few other materials.

 

 

Halloween Pumpkin Tee Shirt Crafts

Glitter Pumpkin Shirt - Add a little glitter and glitz to your Halloween t-shirt! This is a quick costume idea or a fun way to look festive without looking silly. It's easy to make and fun to wear!

Little Pumpkin Shirt for Kids - Adhere a fabric pumpkin to a plain shirt with fusible web for an instant Halloween shirt. Try the layered look with a long-sleeved orange shirt under black as shown and orange fabric paint to write "happy halloween" or "little pumpkin."

 

 

Halloween Apron Patterns

Sewn Apron

Sewn Apron Pattern - Bake those ghoulish cookies and eyeball treats wearing your cute sewn Halloween apron. Using ribbon and fabric you can have this great pattern for your kitchen apron.

Boo Crew Apron - Cook up something spooky in this apron embellished with ghosts. It's easy to make and you can even steer clear of messy candy this year by wearing your boo crew apron to give out candy to trick-or-treaters this Halloween.

 

 

Featured Article - Glow in the Dark Ghost Vest

Use glow-in-the-dark iron on thread to add ghost(s) to a black Halloween vest. This simple project makes for a quick and easy Halloween outfit.


Glow in the dark vest


Materials:

  • purchased black vest (look for one at your local Goodwill, costume, or consignment shop)
  • Mrs. K’s Iron-on Ribbon in 6700 Cantaloupe, 6710 Coconut, 6720 Honeydew (they all glow in the dark)
  • Mrs. K’s Fine #8 Braid in 6700 Cantaloupe, 6710 Coconut, 6720 Honeydew
  • Mini iron or household iron
  • Teflon Press Cloth
  • fabric marking pen or pencil (one that washes off or disappears)
  • ghost template- use a ghost pattern from a coloring book, a child’s drawing, or your own pattern. Photocopy it in a variety of sizes.


Instructions:

  1. 1. Turn your iron onto the highest heat setting and let it heat thoroughly.
     
  2. Cut out your ghost pattern templates and lay in desired pattern on your vest. Trace each pattern with your fabric marking pen.
     
  3. Outline each ghost pattern on your vest with Iron-on Ribbon: Place your ribbon at a starting point, cover with the Teflon Press Cloth, and press with your hot iron for several seconds until the thread adheres. Continue, working in sections.
     
  4. Make the eyes and mouth with Fine Iron-on Braid, always covering with the Teflon before ironing to keep the adhesive in the thread from sticking to your iron.
     
  5.  Write “Boo” freehand with your fabric marker. Trace over this word with Fine Iron-on Braid.
     
  6. For maximum wearability, tack down the iron-on thread with tiny stitches using a clear monofilament thread.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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