Whether they want to be the mysterious masked prince or princess of the ball, a cute fox, cuddly dino or a magical unicorn for Halloween this pattern has it all. Guiding you through, step by step, this pattern contains three mask sizes and two bag sizes and offers tips to finish them that encourage your creative juices to soar while enjoying these projects. Both boys and girls will enjoy these Halloween accessories and will be the hit of their own costume ball.
These masks and treat bags were designed to fit 14-18" dolls such as Hearts for Hearts Girls®, Welliewishers™, and American Girl®.
Recommended Fabrics: Cottons, Felt
12 x 12 inches of medium weight cotton
8 x 10 inches of stiff fusible interfacing
Paper Backed Fusible Webbing
Paper Backed Fusible Tape – optional
10 inches of ribbon or trim for handles
Felt pieces for mask bases about 5” x 2½”
Stiff medium interfacing about 5” x 2½”
Fusible webbing about 5” x 2 ½”
Felt scraps for ears,horns, eye patches, etc.
Embellishments – sparkly do-dads, fun flowers and leaves, pearl strands,etc.
Googly eyes (about ¼ inch) or buttons or over embellishments can be used
Skill Level: Beginner
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I enjoyed making my first mask. Directions were easy to follow. No sewing needed unless you want to add some trim. Can see myself making more I was able to get small (6.5 “) mask elastic from Amazon, so I did not use ribbon.Found the tote more challenging. I had a hard time with the top stitching in the last step because the tote was very small to maneuver in my machine so my result looks amateurish.
Easy and cute pattern
I made two masks with my Grandaughter with materials I had on hand to go with purchased unicorn headbands. She picked out the felt colors. Since she is only 6 I had to cut the pieces out but she was able to use the iron with my supervision to make the bonding stick and helped with placing the decorations. I had to make my own pattern for the leaves and flowers. I used scraps of the iron on bonding to adhere the leaves and flowers rather than hot glue. She wants to make more in different designs now and we have to make some for the WellieWishers too.
It was great. So many varieties to complete it. I had my granddaughter decorate them herself after I made them, She loves them. We made one for each of her 4 AG dolls.