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Crochet ghost amigurumi

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Halloween. And what is scary? A crochet ghost amigurumi for some home decoration. It can hang from a ceiling on a thin string and float around the sweets. With this free and easy crochet pattern you can make your own. But this one looks just sweet to eat in the pastel colors.

The stitches used in this pattern are:

  • sl st – slip stitch
  • ch – chain stitch
  • sc – single crochet stitch
  • inc – single crochet increase stitch
  • dec – single crochet decrease stitch

The pattern is super EASY so it makes a perfect for beginners.

Materials needed for the project:

  • crochet hook (3mm)
  • yarn (appropriate size for the crochet hook)
  • scissors
  • needle
  • stuffing - you can use polyester fiberfill, cluster fiberfill, recycled cotton filling, rice,...
  • safety eyes (2) or buttons (2) or embroidery thread if you will be making a scary pumpkin

Pattern:

  • Row 0: magic ring
  • R1, R2: 5sc - 5
  • R3: inc, 4sc - 6
  • R4: 6sc -6 R5: inc, 5sc - 7
  • R6: inc, 6sc - 8
  • R7: inc, 7sc - 9
  • R8: inc, 8sc - 10
  • R9: inc, inc, 8sc -12
  • R10: inc, inc, 10sc - 14
  • R11: inc, inc, 12sc – 16
  • R12: inc, inc, 14sc - 18
  • R13: (sc, inc, sc)x6 -24
  • R14: 24sc
  • R15: (3sc, inc)x6 -30
  • R16: 30sc
  • R17: (2sc, inc, 2sc)x6 -36
  • R18-22: 36sc
  • R23: (4sc, dec)x6 -30
  • R24: 30sc
  • R25: (4sc, dec)x5 -25 - FILL THE BODY
  • R26: 25sc
  • R27: (3sc, dec)x5 -20
  • R28: 20sc
  • R29: (2sc, dec)x5 -15
  • R30: (3sc, dec)x3 -12
  • R31: (dec)x6 -6
  • R32: 6sc
  • R33: 6inc -12
  • R34: 12inc – 24
  • R35: (3sc, inc)x6 -30
  • R36: (2sc, inc, 2sc)x6 -36
  • R37: (5sc, inc)x6 -42
  • R38-R44: 42sc
  • R45: (5sc, dec)x6 -36 - POSITION THE EYES IN ROW 39 OR 40 AND LEAVE 6 STITCHES BETWEEN. IF YOU WANT THE EYES CLOSER TOGETHER PUT THEM CLOSER
  • R46: (2sc, dec, 2sc)x6 -30
  • R47: (3sc, dec)x6 -24 - FILL THE HEAD
  • R48: (sc, dec, sc)x6 -18
  • R49: (sc, dec)x6 -12
  • R50: (dec)x4 - 8

Cut the yarn and sew through the front loops only.

And that is it.

Happy crafting,

Alex xx

 


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Any yarn can be either knitted or crocheted, provided needles or hooks of the correct size are used, but the cord's properties should be taken into account. For example, lofty, thick woolen yarns tend to function better when knitted, which does not crush their airy structure, while thin and tightly spun yarn helps to achieve the firm texture required for Amigurumi crochet.

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