I made these two Halloween outfits (candy corn & spider) for my daughter and a skirt for my niece in Utah for some Halloween fun in their wardrobe selection. Earlier this year, I came across Riley Blake's fun & really cute trick or treat fabric line and knew I wanted to make some things out of it. I also have some of the fabric for a Halloween quilt, but I might not get to that this year. It's a cute line for kids, but in the future I can see myself using a nice, "softer" orange, cream and black to sew with/decorate some things (I want to make fabric roses in those colors, but probably won't get to those this year either). I enjoyed sewing these, and it was fun sewing with colors I wouldn't normally make something out of for K*. I made the outfits big so hopefully they'll fit for a Halloween or two (or three). Although it wouldn't be the worst thing though if I had to buy cute Halloween fabric again soon.
I used the Pinkfig girly skirt pattern for the two green black skirts and studied a few patterns (mainly Pinkfig's nie nie pattern and a free tutorial from Izzy & Ivy) to make the orange & yellow candy corn skirt since I don't have a pattern for a two ruffle layered skirt. I'm happy with how the t-shirt appliques turned out, I was having a bit of trouble with the candy corns at one point and had to cut new ones out, but in the end it seems to have worked out. My original plan was to use a bat, but I'm glad I went with the spider dangling down with a bow, so fun. Another fun thing I've never done before: tags. Last time I made some skirts, K* told me she couldn't tell which way was the back and that I should put a tag. I think they look cute out of Halloween print ribbon.
DETAILS Yellow fabric: what a hoot by exclusively quilters; Orange fabric: scrappy and happy baby #3530 by Jane Selck; Black & green Halloween prints, green dots and tag ribbon: trick or treat by Riley Blake; Black fabric: from my stash; Spider and candy corn shapes: silhouette shapes; Tees: target and the children's place
And a wooden witch hat:wooden witch hat is from the wood connection in Utah. They don't ship, but fortunatley I have family who is willing to send things to me.