This Cthulhu won't keep you awake all night with fear! This is a very cuddly representation of the Cthulhu depicted by H.P. Lovecraft. This figure can sit on a bookshelf with its legs dangling over the edge. A Cthulhu from this pattern is approximately 12 inches tall from head to foot, 12 inches long from back to fingertips, and 23 inches wide from wingtip to wingtip.
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Crochet Cthulhu Pattern
Cthulhu is here to become your new best friend! Cthulhu has an adorable personality that will be the best addition to your desk, bookshelf, backpack and even a travel companion if you'll allow!
Dice Bag Free Cthulhu Crochet Pattern
Why trust your dice to any holder? Put them in hands - or tentacles - of the Elder Gods! This striking (and roomy) Cthulhu dice bag will help you keep all those treasures right at your fingertips.
Chunky Baby Cthulhu Crochet Pattern
How can Cthulhu be cute? When he's a wee baby Cthulhu amigurumi! He's the perfect Halloween movie marathon companion, measuring at 13 inches tall when using the yarn listed in the pattern. Being super soft and squishy, all he wants is to be hugged.
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Amigurumi Cthulhu Crochet Pattern
In the fictional universe created by turn of the century horror novelist HP Lovecraft, Cthulhu is a malevolent cosmic entity of horrific proportions, but this Amigurumi Cthulhu toy bring a different dimension to the godlike monster. This is soft and adorable, making him a cute addition to any toddler's stuffed animal menagerie.
Cuddles the Crochet Unicorn
Learn how to crochet a unicorn with this lovely little pattern for babies. This free crochet pattern uses Bernat baby blanket yarn, making the final product extra cuddly and perfect for little ones. Additionally, this pattern uses a yarn design for the eyes instead of plastic pieces, ensuring that it is safe for even the littlest cuddlers. Crochet animal patterns like this unicorn make fantastic baby shower gifts.
From the Blogger:"Cuddles is made up of 9 elements - four legs, body, head, two ears and horn. You can work them in any order you like! Before each element is complete, you will need to add stuffing (before the opening is too small). Once each element is complete, I recommend attaching them in this order - front legs to body, head, back legs, ears and horn. Once you have attached all of the elements, bring cuddles to life by embroidering the eyes and adding a mane and tail!"