Sugar Skull -Día de Muertos/ Day of the Dead- Lace Masquerade Mask (costume or photo prop)- crochet pattern

Sugar Skull Day of the Dead Día de Muertos Lace Masquerade Mask Crochet Pattern (Costume, Adult, Photo Prop, Dress Up, Party, Halloween, Ball, Fantasy, decorative wall art)

Celebrate the Day of the Dead with this pretty crocheted Sugar Skull Mask! This pattern requires joining motifs together, with a joining picot, as you work through the directions.

This pattern includes a photo tutorial and written instructions!

This beautiful lace masquerade mask begins with the construction of the eyes and work outward in rounds as you add the lace detail. It is then recommended that you stiffen the mask (however you desire) to keep it's shape. You may crochet straps onto the mask, or simply tie on lace, it's up to you!

Note: This mask holds its shape well even when not hardened!

(Note: I use a product called "Stiffy" to harden my masks.)

**Stitches Used: Ch-Chain Sc=Single Crochet Dc=Double Crochet Sl St-Slip Stitch

Special Term Used: Picot=ch3, sl st in beg ch Joining Picot= ch1, sc in corresponding picot, ch1, sl st in first ch

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Contains:

*Lace Crochet Pattern *US Imperial Measurement *Written in US Terminology *Intermediate

Materials you need at home:

*Size 10 Cotton Crochet Thread;  WHITE – less than 100 yards, BLACK – less than 50 yards, CARDINAL – less than 50 yards, AQUA – less than 20 yards, GOLD –less than 5 yards *Crochet Hook Size 1.00mm *Needle for sewing in ends *Fabric Hardener(optional) *Straight pins (optional) *Lace or Ribbon (optional)

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Farrah Hodgson

I am a crochet pattern designer. I am also the content editor over at 365crochet.com I have been crocheting for more than 20 years. I became interested in crocheting way back in junior high school after seeing a retro-ish granny square skirt in a fashion magazine. Fast forward 20 years . I've come a long way. I design, write, and chart my own patterns and I love to challenge myself with new ideas. My theory is that anything can be crocheted. What I give you? My best works of art.

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