I am absolutely obsessed with anything that has a skull on it, and with crochet, so when I stumbled across an awesome skull granny square pattern on Pinterest I had to give it a go. So easy to follow and perfect for people like me who get bored doing the same thing over and over again as you can work it in stages. Then I went around each one using black to make it easier to join them all together. I love the look of the bright colours against the black and white. Jess is a crochet designer based in Dorset UK. She mainly works with corner to corner crochet and loves using bright colours.
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The holiday begins on October 31st and is celebrated until November 2nd, so people often mistake these sugar skulls as halloween decorations. That being said, if you are wanting to make a skeleton amigurumi for Halloween, you can totally make this pattern and leave off or add on! As usual, this pattern is made in the same style as my Ragdoll patterns; separate pieces worked in flat rows and then joined together to give them that unique 2-D look.
This shawl pattern is truly gorgeous! Lost Souls Skull Shawl by Maryetta Roy has a very lever and interesting design, works very fast and is so much fun to make. For anyone loving skulls designs, this is just the perfect pattern. The pattern just repeats to create a large or small shawl as you want. Each face is very detailed as it has chin, lips, eyes and forehead.