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My Top 5 Favorite Red Heart Halloween Crochet Patterns

Needs to Hook Again For Halloween... I've been hibernating on crochet because I've been busy. I am trying to go back on crocheting and I am looking for some easy and wearable crochet for Halloween. And here are my top 5 Favorite Red Heart crochet project for Halloween:

1. Princess Braid- This is a very pretty pattern but yarn consuming project. But for my daughter this will be worth it.

2. Halloween Puppet- This pattern is very versatile because you can use this pattern adding different design or any season.

3. Petite Mermaid Costume- My youngest loves Ariel of the movie The Little Mermaid. She told me She wants to have a mermaid tail. I am lucky that Red Heart have this pattern.

4. Halloween Boy Hero- My second child loves to be a hero. He wears his costumes everyday. and everyday different hero. This will be a good addition to his costume collections.

5. Clowning Around Wig- I love this! I want to have this wig! I could make it in one color and I can have an Afro for a 70&#…

How To Make a Scoodie-Free Pattern

How to Make a Scoodie Wow! It's been a a few weeks since my last post! With this post I am sharing to you my latest project while I am away busy with my weight loss journey. But with this journey I still need to crochet to relax. Being a hobbyist made myself more relax and calm. 
This is the video I followed to make my very first almost big project. This is by Claire Sullivan also known as BobWilson123

Here is my finished scoodie! I hope you enjoy these videos you should give it a try it is easy and cute! With this basic scoodie you can use your imagination by adding anything you want like bear ears, or bunny ears, or you can add some crocodile stitch around the hood. I added a self-striping yarn to add some color.  

I hope you enjoy this post ;)