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Craft Up a Trend: Witchy Style

Happy Friday the 13th! October is such a fun month full of fall activities to help us say goodbye to summer and welcome in the cooler months. We wanted to keep the fun rolling and help you find a few crafty ways to celebrate one of our favorite seasons of the year! So harness your inner witch and get making.

Fancy Tiger Crafts New Moon Protection Pouch

One of the quickest ways to get in the spirit is to whip up one of our New Moon Protection Pouches. This free pattern, designed for us by Jaime, is available for download on here! All you need is a 1/2 yard of Full Moon Metallic fabric and you are ready to sew.

Tilly and the Buttons Fifi Pajamas in Rifle Paper Co. Celestial lawn

If you love to sew, but are looking for a slightly more complicated project, we definitely recommend the Tilly and the Buttons Fifi pajama set made up Rifle Paper Co. Celestial lawn. Available in white or black, either one will keep your dreams enchanting.

Tara-Lynn Morrison's Kinston Sweater in Knit Collage Spun Cloud

Tara-Lynn Morrison’s chunky knit Kingston Sweater from Good Night Day is the perfect cozy jumper for all your occult activities. Knit Collage’s Spun Cloud is made with 100% wool and 2 skinny strands of sparkly lurex plied around it in a subtle thick and thin texture. In the dusky Black Onyx color, this yarn seems to be made of magic. 

Cozy Blue Witchy themed embroidery patterns

Our friends at Cozy Blue have witchy style on lockdown. Pick between one of these celestial eye or palmistry embroidery patterns for all of you fortune-loving stitchers out there. Just a few quick stitches and you will have a third eye in no time.

Deer and Doe Fumeterre skirt in Indian black ikat

Ready to go full witch? The Deer and Doe Fumeterre skirt sewn up in black ikat striped dot is the perfect way to conjure up seamstress spirits from beyond. Channel apparitions of makers from the past in this button-front high-waisted maxi skirt.

We hope you found at least one way to welcome the season into your handmade life.

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