Spooky Kawaii Halloween Bat
As we all know, some bats are called flying foxes and are quite dog-like. Thus, Canine is a nice and sweet Halloween bat. Thereforer, it will be a perfect toy fo younger children.
Additionally, here is a pattern for a tiny octopus for those of us who are into psychedelic styling. After all, this dizzying variety of colors would not look out of place at a disco inside a caledoscope!
I'm sure you will love Batty Batty Bat pattern. You can easily hang this Halloween bat indoors or out. What is more, it can be transformed depending on you mood. Thus Batty Batty Bat can be both sweet and lovable, or scary and ominous. Undoubtedly, either one can be yours.
If you know a kid fascinated by monsters, this spooky little one will be a great addition to his or her toy box! Two long tentacles with eyes on their tips and a big long mouth make it looks a bit funny, don't you think?!
It's such an easy and quick crochet project that you'll want to make more than just one little monster! Use different colors, yarn and hook sizes to create an army of spooky monsters!
Looking for a fun, easy, and quick crochet project to whip up for this Halloween season? Well, look no further! This tiny, baby ghostie could be the perfect little one to make! Add a string, perhaps with a tiny bell inside, and hang him up around the house! The only drawback is that this little ghostie is probably not very good at spooking anyone, since he's so itty-bitty and cute! With a face like that, it'll be hard to draw out some blood-curling screams!