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Spooky Spirit Stitches: Stay Home with these Halloween Tricks and Treats

Halloween is hands down my favorite holiday! It’s not that I like all things spooky, instead I love to dress up. Who wouldn’t want to pretend to be someone or something else for a while?

As a kid I trick-or-treated as a Dalmatian, a princess, a bunny- and as an adult I’ve dressed as Ms. Firzzle, an astronaut, the Cookie Monster, and more.

While Halloween festivities might not happen as usual this year, here’s some spooktacular embroidery patterns, kits, and decor to help you get into the spooky spirit.

Hocus Pocus is a Disney Halloween Classic. I grew up watching it, It's The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown, and Halloween Town during the month of October. This Hocus Pocus cross stitch kit by Cross Stitch Kits Gifts captures the three witch sisters and their hocus pocus.

And because I couldn't just pick one Hocus Pocus pattern, here's a modern Hocus Pocus embroidery pattern by Spellbinding Threads.

Anyone else feeling like these are the masks you never thought you'd need for Halloween? At least these embroidered masks by Jimin Handmade Gift are an original and festive way to celebrate this holiday while staying safe.

Festive, cozy socks are some of my favorite things to wear this time of year. Whether you want to knit some to wear or stitch some share as Halloween décor, try these options for fun Halloween inspired socks. Halloween sock embroidery pattern by LNDdesignsUK.

For all things festively fun, try this Spooky Halloween embroidery pattern by Floss and Hoop Shop! Side note, is anyone actually a fan of candy corn?

Whether you're going out or staying in this Halloween, you can still dress up! Use this Little Ghostie by In Stitches With Sarah W as Halloween inspiration.

For those of you looking to stretch your decor from Halloween to Thanksgiving, why not try this Pumpkin and Fall embroidery pattern by Mindful Mantra Designs?

For more bats, this winged beauty of a bat makes for chic Halloween decor. Stitch your own with this Halloween Bat Beginner Embroidery Kit by And Other Adventures.

This itty bitty pumpkin pin by LAtelierBrode is a cute way to get in the fall spirit. Pair this pin with a button down, a denim jacket, or on a scarf.

Delightfully floral and dark, without the usual Halloween motifs, this chic, modern Gothic Rose Embroidery Halloween Pattern by Florals and Floss is a wonderful take on modern gothic Halloween decor.

Looking for more Halloween finds? Etsy offers more frightful fun with their ghoulish gift guide.

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