Minimals - Teeny Halloweeny
Minimals - Teeny Halloweeny amigurumi pattern by Janine Holmes at Moji-Moji Design
Minimals - Teeny Halloweeny amigurumi pattern by Janine Holmes at Moji-Moji Design
Minimals - Teeny Halloweeny amigurumi by Janine Holmes at Moji-Moji Design
Minimals - Teeny Halloweeny amigurumi pattern by Janine Holmes at Moji-Moji Design
Minimals - Teeny Halloweeny amigurumi pattern by Janine Holmes at Moji-Moji Design
Minimals - Teeny Halloweeny

$ 5.00

English pattern by Janine Holmes at Moji-Moji Design. Includes step-by-step pictures.

This bunch of Teeny Halloweeny characters are sure to be the life and soul of your Halloween party. They're the cutest Trick or Treaters you'll ever find knocking at your door and they're every bit as sweet as all that candy they hope you're going to give them!

Pattern includes instructions to make:
Frankenstein's Monster (or Frank for short)
Witch
Candy Corn
Devil
Skeleton

A great pattern for using up tiny oddments of yarn. Each Teeny Halloweeny is quick and easy to make with detailed written instructions and clear photographs to help you along the way.

When using light worsted weight (DK/8 ply) yarn and a size C (2.75mm) hook Teeny Halloweenies measure approximately 3" (8 cm) tall (including hats and horns).

Suggested safety eye size - 6mm

This pattern is written in American crochet terminology and includes a handy stitch conversion chart so you can translate to British crochet terms instead should you wish to.


Stitches used: chain, single crochet, increase, (invisible) decrease, back loops only, double crochet, half double crochet, slip stitch
Measurement: Approximately 3" (8 cm) tall


You may sell products made with this pattern provided you give Moji-Moji Design credit as the original designer. Wholesale reproduction is not allowed.


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