Ready for Halloween?

knitted halloween wig

Master R, a couple of years ago, getting ready for a halloween party.Halloween





The whole family went off with a knitted wig and various other bits and pieces I keep in the dressing up box






And on another occasion the green wig was teamed up with Big Bro’s incredible hulk maskHalloween knitted wig

to terrify Uncle M


Wig sales always hot up at this time of year – there is still time to knit a wig to scare the demons away! You can find the patterns in my Etsy or RavelryΒ or Craftsy shops.


15 responses to “Ready for Halloween?

  1. great photo story. An old English medieval event commercialised by the Americans.

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    • Indeed Denis! I prefer to recognise Samhain. The best thing about modern celebrations is that children can embrace their dark and spooky side and just have fun dressing up. I absolutely won’t have anything to do with Tricking and Treating.


  2. I really got into Hallowe’en when I lived in America. It was hard not to. Lovely to see you dressing up the littlies and having so much fun.

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  3. I have never been keen on Halloween, especially the American ‘trick and treat’ idea but the wigs look a good way to dress up. We always had a ‘dressing-up box’.

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  4. Laurie Graves

    Those knitted wigs are so fun. Speaking of fun…looks as though there was a lot of silly fun going on.

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  5. I love your wig designs! They are so unique and fun! πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

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