Hey Lovelies! The spooky month started! Yay! I love it, although we don’t really celebrate it here in the Netherlands. Over the years I have made quite some amigurumi’s that are Halloween related, so I want to list them down in today’s blog. Maybe some you’ve missed or forgot about. So, let’s refresh our memory!
This bad isn’t scary at all, but who said that all Halloween related stuff had to be scary?! It’s fun to change things up. I think it will look cute to hang a bunch in the air at a party, maybe if someone walks into them, they might get scared anyway if they didn’t expect them!
What’s Halloween without Pumpkins?! I just can’t imagine that. I love to decorate, craft and also cook with them. They are multifunctional! I think this year I need to buy a good pumpkin to carve it out. Not sure what yet tho. I will figure that out later. For now enjoy this Amigurumi pattern, at least you don’t have to watch it if it gets moldy xD.
How cute is this cat ghost?! I’ve made 3 in go last year, oops xD. And I actually feel like making more.. I guess I will. They are just so easy to make!
This little ghost is using the most basic and well know crochet technique, granny square! I sometimes like to play around with stitches like this. That’s how this pattern came alive as well. I usually just have too many ideas.
Yes, shy witches exist as well! Didn’t know that right?! These love to hide under their hat and are really friendly, they actually just wanna help you but don’t know how to do that. Maybe we should give them a little hand! These you can make in all sorts of colors, and let them sit anywhere. I think it’s fun decoration around this time of year!
I think I should add Jack here as well. I really should watch the movie again since I forgot a bit where it was about. But the Nightmare Before Christmas just shouldn’t be left out here!
This one is also made using the Ghost pattern, same series. Just added a Pumpkin instead of a round head. It already gives such a different vibe! I love this one the most, I think, out of this series. Probably because of the pumpkin head that makes it just that little different. I love things that are different!
Just like the Ghost pattern, is this one from the same series I made. With a few chances you can make something look completely different. You can make so many variations. You don’t always have to make a completely new pattern.
I hope this post refreshed your mind and that you are able to make some of these patterns you might have forgotten. These are all fun to make, and pretty easy as well! If you made some of those patterns, I hope you will show me on Twitter or Instagram with the #DelinleaDIY. I always love to see what you created using my patterns.
Have a wonderful day and I’ll see you next week!