So Funny! Spooky Scary Skeleton Crochet Pattern

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Bring Some Halloween Fun to Your Home with this Adorable Skeleton Crochet Pattern

This is for an original pattern to crochet your own skeleton! The pattern comes in two parts: the skull and then the rest of the body.

The pattern is written in the video tutorial, so we recommend you watch the video in its entirety and then start crocheting.

It is very simple to do, you just have to have Knowledge of the required stitches single crochet, double crochet extended double crochet, increase, decrease, slip stitch, and chain.

The finished skeleton, when done on a 3.5mm needle using DK/8-ply yarn, is ~30cm tall (head to toe).

This pattern is perfect for the Halloween season and can be used as a decorative piece or as a fun toy. The pattern is written in a clear and concise manner in the video tutorial, making it easy for you to follow along and crochet your own skeleton.

The pattern is separated into two parts, the skull and the rest of the body, allowing you to work on each section at your own pace.

Once you have completed both parts, you will have a complete skeleton that stands approximately 30cm tall (head to toe) when worked on a 3.5mm needle using DK/8-ply yarn.

The video tutorial covers each stitch in detail, ensuring that even those who are new to crochet will be able to complete this project with ease, so go ahead and take a look at it!

Images and pattern courtesy of ComplicatedKnots

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Source: ComplicatedKnots

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