Wow–I just realized this is the FOURTH Halloween that I’ve been blogging, so I have a bit of goolish content on the blog that it might be nice to revisit.

In 2005, my first year with the blog, I made a crocheted Halloween Treat Bag for a class. You can get the bag on my Ravelry store, but this week only, I’ll e-mail it for free to anyone who leaves me a comment on this post requesting the pattern.

In 2006 we carved a “knit-witch” pumpkin:

Speaking of which–I’m hosting a pumpkin-carving party later this week, and we’re contemplating making our own apple cider I’ll take pictures and report here if we do.

Ghoulish Snacks: Make this easy Halloween snack that jay brought home from preschool last year:

Bake and decorate Halloween Gingerbread Cookies with my recipe from last fall:

And of course, there’s Selma’s Hermione Tie which I made just this weekend:

What are you making this year?

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  • http://celiaescuela.blogspot.com/ celia

    I made this year a bag for my kid that’s sooo nice! He loves it. He’s using it already to carry his water and juice to school and on Friday he’ll carry it to the Trick or Treat “excursion”, lol…

  • http://celiaescuela.blogspot.com/ celia

    I made this year a bag for my kid that’s sooo nice! He loves it. He’s using it already to carry his water and juice to school and on Friday he’ll carry it to the Trick or Treat “excursion”, lol…

  • Anne Haun

    I love your blog and I’d love it if you would mail me the directions for the halloween treat bag. Thanks. Anne a.haun@sbcglobal.net

  • Anne Haun

    I love your blog and I’d love it if you would mail me the directions for the halloween treat bag. Thanks. Anne a.haun@sbcglobal.net

  • http://yarnsandmusings.com Deneen

    I made Elena a fancy “Hannah Montana” scarf for her to wear (as you can guess, she’s Hannah Montana) and she’s also wearing a bolero I made last year for an outfit as part of her costume-so I made something and recycled something I made too!

  • http://yarnsandmusings.com Deneen

    I made Elena a fancy “Hannah Montana” scarf for her to wear (as you can guess, she’s Hannah Montana) and she’s also wearing a bolero I made last year for an outfit as part of her costume-so I made something and recycled something I made too!

  • Tracy

    Great looking bag! I made pumpkins this year for a nice decoration on the table.

  • Tracy

    Great looking bag! I made pumpkins this year for a nice decoration on the table.

  • joanne

    I knit some pumpkins for me and for my mother for table decorations.
    And I would love to have the bag pattern, please!

  • joanne

    I knit some pumpkins for me and for my mother for table decorations.
    And I would love to have the bag pattern, please!

  • Debbie

    I’m making myself comfortable (joke). I’m getting ready for the season of knitting. The temps are going down, the heat will be on soon. I would love a copy of your bag to add to my knitting list.

  • Debbie

    I’m making myself comfortable (joke). I’m getting ready for the season of knitting. The temps are going down, the heat will be on soon. I would love a copy of your bag to add to my knitting list.

  • sue

    I’m afraid that here in the UK, we don’t celebrate Halloween to the extent you guys do in the US, I wish we did, I’d love to have the kids come knocking!
    The bag is gorgeous, and I’d love a copy too, if possible.

  • sue

    I’m afraid that here in the UK, we don’t celebrate Halloween to the extent you guys do in the US, I wish we did, I’d love to have the kids come knocking!
    The bag is gorgeous, and I’d love a copy too, if possible.

  • Cait

    May I have a pattern for your bag please? joemamma5115@hotmail.com :)

  • Cait

    May I have a pattern for your bag please? joemamma5115@hotmail.com :)

  • Joann Barber

    I always wait patienly for your blog; like it so much. Please send me the pattern for the halloween bag. Thanks alot!

  • Joann Barber

    I always wait patienly for your blog; like it so much. Please send me the pattern for the halloween bag. Thanks alot!

  • Lisa C

    I carved pumpkins. Does that count? And made roasted pumkin seeds.Will send pictures of the pumpkins.

  • Lisa C

    I carved pumpkins. Does that count? And made roasted pumkin seeds.Will send pictures of the pumpkins.

  • http://www.faroutmom.blogspot.com FarOutMom

    My girls would love that bag. I made the candy corn bag from the LionBrand website and they love it! Another one would be great.

  • http://www.faroutmom.blogspot.com FarOutMom

    My girls would love that bag. I made the candy corn bag from the LionBrand website and they love it! Another one would be great.

  • http://www.crazyforthecountry.com Amy

    I just love all the fantastic Halloween craft ideas! The crochet bag is just to die for. My dd is wanting a “special” treat bag, that just fits the bill!

    Happy Fall!

  • http://www.crazyforthecountry.com Amy

    I just love all the fantastic Halloween craft ideas! The crochet bag is just to die for. My dd is wanting a “special” treat bag, that just fits the bill!

    Happy Fall!

  • Carolyn

    Love your blog. Your pumpkin carving party sounds like it was a blast. Please send me a copy of the Halloween bag as I want to make it for my great-niece.
    Thanks.

  • Carolyn

    Love your blog. Your pumpkin carving party sounds like it was a blast. Please send me a copy of the Halloween bag as I want to make it for my great-niece.
    Thanks.

  • http://domesticsphere.com kristi

    When I was a kid, we had two big apple trees and a cider press! Each year we’d bring it out under the trees and make a bunch of cider — we put in in plastic milk jugs and froze it to have later in the year. I remember it being totally delicious, and unparalleled by anything you could buy at a store.

  • http://domesticsphere.com kristi

    When I was a kid, we had two big apple trees and a cider press! Each year we’d bring it out under the trees and make a bunch of cider — we put in in plastic milk jugs and froze it to have later in the year. I remember it being totally delicious, and unparalleled by anything you could buy at a store.