This is a quick make but makes a great addition to any Halloween Costume.
I used felt and mini pom poms for the eyes and larger pom poms for the bolts but you can, of course, crochet these and sew them on instead.
Please note this pattern uses UK terminology.
This is not vital to this pattern providing your tension is even throughout.
ch - chain dc - double crochet
tr - treble crochet sp1 - spike stitch 1 (see notes)
sp2 - spike stitch 2 (see notes)
Using Black and 4mm hook
Begin with ch31
Row 1: tr in 2nd ch from hook, tr across 
Row 2: ch2, turn, 1tr in same st sp, tr across 
Rows 3 & 4: Repeat Row 2 
Change to Grass Green
Rows 5-38: Repeat Row 2 
Change to Black, next row is spike stitch row
Row 39: ch2, turn, tr in same st sp, working the following in the next three stitches *sp1, sp2, tr* repeat * to * 8 more times, tr in last st 
Rows 40-42: Repeat Row 2
Fasten off, fold in half and sew down the two sides.
I made a cord using French Knitting. This gives a great and sturdy strap to the bag. You can, of course, crochet a strap instead. Simply chain as many as you require to get the length you wish to achieve and work three or four rows of dc stitch back and forth. Attach the strap to the bag securely.
Eyes and Bolts:
You will see from the photo that I used felt to make the white of the eyes and mini pompoms for the pupils. You can, of course crochet these instead. I used larger pompoms for the bolts at the bottom corners of the bag. You could make these yourself and attach them to the bag.
Scar and mouth:
I hand stitched these into place but you could slip stitch if you prefer. I find hand stitching gives me more freedom over where I place the stitches and therefore I am able to achieve more expression.
I hope you have enjoyed making your own Frankenstein tick or treat bag!
Happy Halloween x
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