I know it’s a lot to take in. If you want to get updated on new stuff quicker make sure to check out my YouTube for videos, and Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter where I post every time there’s something new!
So Halloween is basically here, so I figure, it’s time for a new, Halloween themed pattern.
I was searching online for a pattern for an easy bat, but I really couldn’t find any, so I figured, why not make one? So I did, and I think it turned out really nicely. You might recognize this bat sewn onto the girls Halloween hat (left) available here.
-Ch = Chain -M.P. = Mini Picot (ch 2, sl.st in first ch) *probably not called a mini picot, but i didn’t have a name for it, if anyone knows what this is called, please leave a comment 🙂
Pattern: Ch 16 Rnd 1: Hdc 1 in 2nd ch from hook, m.p, hdc 2, m.p, sc 2, m.p, sc 3, m.p, sc2, m.p, hdc 2, m.p, hdc 1, sl.st 1 in same as last. Turn upside down and ch 2 Rnd 2: *On backside. (In where you put the last hdc and sl.st) dc 1, hdc 2, sc3, m.p, sc1, m.p, sc4, hdc 2, dc 1 in first 2 ch. Sew on some eyes and a mouth and tweak the wings a bit, and you have a cute little bat! You can also sew on a pin or some bobby pins to attach it to some clothes or put in your hair.
And that’s all, simple, quick, and you’re ready to go out and show some Halloween spirit!
Check out some bigger bats and how to make them here.
So I recently bought myself a new camera to commemorate the blogs popularity (obviously that’s a lie haha), and to commemorate my new camera, I made a new pattern!
When I was making my bat hat, I looked around for a pattern for wings, but couldn’t find anything that really worked, so I made some and thought of some other uses for them, and thus came the owl and snitch!
Without further ado here it is!
——————————————————————————————————————- Note: This pattern is for the wings and main body only, the entire pattern for the owl is coming soon, so check back.
Wings: Ch 4 (leave longish end for sewing) Rnd 1: skip first ch, sc 1 in each ch (3 total), ch 2, turn Rnd 2: skip first ch, sc 1 in next ch, sc 3 in next 3 sc (4 total), ch 1, turn Rnd 3: sc 1 in each (4 total), ch 4, turn Rnd 4: sc in each (not in ch’s, 4 total), ch 1, turn Rnd 5: sc in each (4 total), ch 1, turn Rnd 6: repeat Rnd 3 Rnd 7: repeat Rnd 4 Rnd 8: sc in each (4 total), Dont ch, turn Rnd 9: skip first sc, sc in each (3 total), ch 1, turn Rnd 10: sc in each (3 total), Dont ch, turn Rnd 11: skip first sc, sc in each (2total), ch 1, turn Rnd 12: sc in each (2 total), Dont ch, turn Rnd 13: skip first sc, sc in next (1 total), Dont ch, Dont turn Rnd 14: in spots along bridge (see below), sl 1, sc 5, hdc 3, sc 3 Fasten off leaving long end for sewing. Wings reach approximately 3 inches in length
Spots along bridge: Mouse over to view spots
Simple body: Ch 2 Rnd 1: sc 6 in first ch (6 total), Do not join Rnds, Mark end of each Rnd. Rnd 2: sc 2 in each around (12 total) Rnd 3: sc 1 in first, 2 in next, repeat 6 times (18 total) Rnd 4: sc 1 in first 2, 2 in next, repeat 6 times (24 total) Rnd 5: sc 1 in first 3, 2 in next, repeat 6 times (30 total) Fasten off and stitch end in
Stitch Wings onto body to make a simple Harry Potter snitch!
You can purchase the owl here, the snitch here, and the bat hat here.
That’s a double pun right there. Okay, so mustaches are pretty popular now, and all I can grow is a dirty little fuzz-stache. So I made a pattern for me and everyone else who lack the necessary hormones to grow a great mustache! Here’s a few photos of some different colors and my cousin posing with the finished product.
Rnd 1: sl.st 2, sc 1, hdc 2, dc 1, hdc 1, sc 1, ch 1 around next ch (see below for photos), sc 1, hdc 1, dc 1, hdc 2, sc 1, sl.st 3
Fasten off, tie ends together and sew them into the mustache. Tweak the ends up a little for a handle bar effect.