This is my spooky knitted ghost, which will make a nice decoration for the table on Hallowe’en. The pattern, designed by Susie Johns, was a free download, and originally apeared in ‘Let’s Knit’ magazine, where he was called Wilfred the Friendly Ghost. The only thing I altered was his mouth as I wanted him to look as though he was saying “Ooooooh!”
As well as the bats in my previous post I’ve been busy making Hallowe’en Bags to contain the goodies my grandchildren hope to collect when Trick or Treating. This will only be done under strict supervision and they will only be visiting friends who have been warned beforehand.
The bags are just drawstring cotton and took very little time to make. I found a scrap of pumpkin fabric in my stash left over from a project many years ago. I ironed the pumpkins onto vilene and appliqued them onto the bags. I also found some neon coloured satin stars and bought some matching cord for each bag. My twin grandchildren won’t argue as one will have the green and one will have the orange......or maybe they will!
Here he is in place as part of the Halloween decorations.