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Dress-up Trick or Treater Amigurumi Crochet: This little amigurumi kid comes with three options: a witch (or wizard), a superhero, or a jack o'lantern. Dress him or her up and put the little treat bag into place for some pretend trick or treating. The doll can be customized with different flesh tones and hair colour to match the lucky little kid who gets to keep it. Find the free crochet Halloween amigurumi pattern here: link
Free Knitting Pattern for Woodland Fairy Wings - Kat Coyle’s lace fairy wings are knit and then gathered into a centerpiece. Although the pattern calls for crocheting the central section and ties, I would think that you could knit them instead. Also though this pattern calls for mohair, Ravelrers have used a variety of yarns for their projects. This pattern is excerpted from her book Boho Baby Knits
I wasn’t happy with the pumpkin patterns that I found so I created one of my own. This is an intermediate pattern which includes working in the round, increases and decreases, provisional CO, and I-cord. I prefer the two circular method of knitting in the round, but you may use DPNs or Magic Loop if you prefer.
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