Halloween-Trio: Witch, Pumpkin & Vampire – Crochet Pattern

Halloween is coming! And these three little friends are super excited for their favorite day of the year. They can hardly wait for their spooky Halloween party where they can play all their little tricks and collect huge bags of delicious treats.

I wonder who’ll win the prize for best costume this year – the cute witch with her fiery-red curls and big hat? Or the chubby pumpkin with his tousled hair? Or perhaps our shy vampire with his big red cape?

Contains:

  • detailed description for each step
  • accompanied by numerous pictures making this pattern suitable for skilled crocheters with knowledge of the required basic crochet techniques
  • Stitches/ techniques used chain stitch, slip stitch, single crochet, half double crochet, double crochet, treble crochet, double treble crochet, magic Ring, as well as increases and decreases and changing color

Materials you need at home:

  • Any type of yarn in the colors black, light green, orange, pumpkin-yellow, brown, red, purple, light and dark grey as well as light beige (for the skin tone)
  • Crochet hook in matching size
  • Safety eyes in brown or black
  • Stuffing material
  • Threading needle to sew in the ends, ca. 10 pins and a pair of scissors
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AramisvonK

It all started when I had a little too much time on my hands ...

... In search of something creative to do, I stumbled upon this one book that introduced me to the art of amigurumi crochet. And what do you know - I was instantly hooked!

I wanted to learn everything there was to learn about forming these cute little animals with just a little bit of yarn and a crochet hook. So I dove right in and crocheted every day for several months, making all kinds of wild animals and cute little items.

That's when my friends and family started asking "Oh, could you make me ....". By that time I already had a good understanding on how to develop certain shapes and forms, so I decided to give it a try and make my first very own amigurumi: Ferdinand Frog!

Now, after more than 4 years of crocheting, I still find myself learning new tricks and techniques all the time. And I have so much fun making all my ideas come to live - one cute little amigurumi at a time!

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