How to Crochet a Deaths-Head Hawkmoth

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Take Your Amigurumi to the Dark Side: How to Crochet a Deaths-Head Hawkmoth

In this video, you'll learn how to make a fuzzy little moth, specifically the spooky deaths-head hawk moth.

These animals can be quite scary, but this is the only moth you'll want to find in your yarn collection.

For today's project, you will need eight-ply 100% acrylic yarn which is also known as DK in three main colors with a 3.5 mm crochet hook.

You're going to use a grayish-brown for the body, a cream or white color for the skull marking on the back, and some pale yellow for the rest of the details.

In addition to this, you will be using a slicker brush to make the moth nice and fluffy.

Check out the video down below to find the complete step-by-step to follow along and start crocheting this deaths-head hawk moth amigurumi!

Images and patterns courtesy of ComplicatedKnots

Enjoy This Video Tutorial About How to crochet a Deaths-head Hawkmoth

Source: ComplicatedKnots

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