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Little Witch Felt Party Panel SAL: Week 4

Get ready to create special memories with the Little Witch Party Panel! From the fun and whimsical Bat Banner, to the 3D Witch’s Hat table topper. Everything you need to set a spooktacular holiday table is included in this panel!


 

Week 4: Little Witch Table Accessories

Week 4 is for creating table accessories! This week, I am walking you through all the fun projects that come with the felt panel and ideas for embellishing them. These projects make a great kid's activity during a Halloween party or can be used for party favors.





 

Needed Supplies:

•(1) Little Witch Party Felt Panel


Optional Supplies:

  • (2) pkgs Craft Extra Firm Non-Woven Stabilizer

  • 36” x 48” Basic, black craft felt

  • 4 yards of 1/2” Non-Fraying Ribbon or Jute String for Bat Garland

  • 1 1/2 yards of 1/4” Black Elastic or Ribbon for Bat Masks and Treat Bags

  • (4) Cinnamon sticks or small twigs for Pumpkin Table Center

  • Polyester fiber fill for stuffing

  • Plastic Snaps (or velcro) for Cup Cozy

  • Grommets for Bat Garland

  • Felt Balls for Bat Garland

  • Embroidery Floss for embellishments

  • Hand sewing needle and thread

  • Small safety pin

 

Instructions for Week 4: Little Witch Table Accessories


Making the Cauldron coasters and Spider Web Place mats


  1. Carefully cut all the pattern pieces on the outer cutlines.


2. Optional: Embellish the Felt Doll with any hand embroidery details or sewn-on sequins or buttons. Caution: Be aware of age appropriateness for any embellishments you sew on.



Making the Cauldron Coasters and Spider Web Place Mats


3. Layer a Coaster or Place mat with Craft Extra Firm Non-Woven Stabilizer and black craft felt with RSO. Pin in place and cutout the stabilizer and backing felt generously around each shape.




4. Using a black bobbin thread and matching the top thread to the most prominent coloron each Party Coaster or Placemat, sew in the seam allowance with a shortened stitch length(1.5-2mm).



5. Quilt the Party Coasters or Placemat as desired by hand or machine. Trim the stabilizer and backing felt to match the top printed design with even, smooth scissor cuts. (Use a sharp, small pair of fabric scissors.)



Making the Party Mask

Follow steps 1-5 for each party mask. Place (2) small grommets or buttonhole stitches at the outer edge of each bat wing. Puncture the hole with a sharp, pointed tool. Cut the elastic or ribbon to the desired length and feed the ribbon through the grommet or buttonhole and tie a knot at the ends. Note: You can stitch the elastic or ribbon to the back of the mask.

Making the Potion Cup Cozy

Follow steps 1-5 for each cup cozy. To make closure for the cup cozy, I highly recommend using snap buttons and a snap button tool for safety, age appropriateness and aesthetics to close the potion cup cozy. Velcro is also a good option. Make sure to position the flap snaps correctly by testing before you adhere them permanently. Follow the manufacturer’s directions to secure the snaps correctly and safely.