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Crocheting Batman – Louie’s Loops Live: Themed Thursdays ~ Ep 6


Every week I crochet a new character based on a theme! Here’s was this weeks!

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Welcome to Themed Thursdays, where I crochet something based on a theme! Today’s theme is DC and I’ll be making a mini Batman!

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Etsy Roundup: Batman’s Other Utility Belt

Da-nuh-nuh-nuh-nuh-nuh-nuh, BATMAN! I hope you guys aren’t sick of Bruce Weezy (aka Batman), because we spent entirely too long finding the coolest Etsy things available pertaining to our favorite tortured hero.

We’re starting this nerd-train with subtlety, showcasing this minimalist phone decal. For those who aren’t willing to commit fully to the insanity that is fandom life; this is a great choice. The style of the decal fits seamlessly with iPhone and most smartphone designs, for an understated and cool effect. This is how you get the opposite sex to know that you’re interesting and alternative, but you’re also down to watch football on the weekends and get Taco Bell. The best of both worlds!

2. Bane Mask

Functional and stylish, there is actually no reason we can think of not to purchase this awesome hat. Is it a hat? It sort of covers your face, so let’s call it a Face Hat. This Face Hat instantly gives you the power to break billionaires backs and change the course of the free world. Well, not really. But, think about how warm your nose will be!

3. Vinyl Record Clock

Dude, what more is there to say? Made from recycled records, this clock is a panty-dropper for sure. It’s affordable, cool, and will always let you know how late you are to social engagements! Bonus!

For all you puddin’s out there: don’t worry, I haven’t forgotten. This Harley Quinn cosplay mask is seriously CHOICE. With professional grade quality, this durable mask instantly gives you at least +5 hot points. Maybe more. Let’s see your sledgehammer, and then we’ll talk. This shop also offers a variety of other masks and colors. Even as a stand alone piece, this makes a great costume. Plus, who doesn’t love the idea of running around with a mask in their car in case of emergencies? You never know when you might need to save the day.

Well, this is more terrifying than anything else but OH MY GLOB check out dat realism. While part of me is hesitant to include this (because HELLO, nightmares!) the craftsmanship is seriously too good to ignore. While it may be out of your budget for a costume, these masks could also work as installment art or the Coolest Office Decor Of All Time. Dibs on the babe with the comb-over.

6. Batman Shirt

Pretty sweet threads, huh? The biggest thrill comes from the coziness factor, but puns done this well deserve credit. Comfy and cool, I dig it. There are a lot of different styles available, but this one is a favorite.

7. Handmade Nightwing Wooden Magnet

First off, this magnet is apparently made out of Blood Wood. Who knows what weird shamanistic powers this magnet contains? For the low price of $13, you could possibly clean the streets of Gotham or hang up your next set of Domino’s coupons. The possibilities are endless.

So, what do you think? Did we include all of your favorite Batman regalia? Don’t forget to check out some free Batman patterns here. Also I just made a bunch of Batman amiurugumi available in the shop, too, along with the patterns to make them!

Also don’t forget to use the code: BATMAN at checkout to get 15% off!!

Week of the Bat

This week I’m celebrating one of my favorite super heroes ever, Batman!! I’m slowly but surely writing patterns for all these and adding them to my Etsy, so check there if you want one of the following guys, but message me if you want a custom Batman character! And use the code “BATMAN” to get a discount!!

First off heres a brand new Watch me Crochet with our favorite psychopath, the Joker!!

Now here’s a bunch of pictures of the different characters I’ve made this week! Who’s your favorite? AND HEY I’M DOING A GIVEAWAY!!!!  If you comment on my Facebook, Instagram or Twitter you could win it!!

Custom Deathstroke I made!

Hey guys! No new video today, but check out this custom order I made last night!! It’s a mini Deathstroke from DC comics and a villain to the Teen Titans (a show that I looooved when it was on Cartoon Network), and probably one of the most detailed minis I’ve ever made!! You can email me or message me on Etsy if you guys want a custom order!!

What kind of villains would you like to see me make?

How to crochet an Oval

This pattern is looong over due, but thanks to Kelly, a follower who commented earlier this week, I got my butt in line and decided to finally put it up.

It’s really not that detailed, but I couldn’t find many good patterns for a legitimate oval when I was making my Batman hat, so I made one up. Other than the Batman hat, I used these ovals to make a couple really quick and simple coasters inspired by probably my favorite video game Portal.

So here’s a pattern for a simple oval and instructions on how to make it for a Batman logo and for some Portal coasters:

Crocheted Oval Pattern
(basically any 100% cotton works)
Needle to sew in ends with
-st = Stitch
-sc = Single Crochet
-Ch = Chain

-Rnd = Round

Ch 2
Rnd 1: sc 6 in 2nd ch from hook, don’t turn. (6)
Rnd 2: sc 3 in first st, 2 in next, 1 in next, repeat once. (12)
Rnd 3: sc 1 in first st, 2 in next three, 1 in next 3, 2 in next three, 1 in last two sts. (18)
Rnd 4: sc 1 in first two sts, 2 in next (inc), 1, 2, 1, 2, 1 in next four, 2 in next, 1, 2, 1, 2, 1 in last two sts. (24)
Rnd 5: sc 1 in first three sts, 2 in next, 1, 2, 1, 2, 1 in next seven, 2 in next, 1, 2, 1, 2, 1 in last four sts. (30)
Depending on how large you made the bat, you may need to keep going or stop sooner, here’s a few more Rnds
Rnd 6: sc 1 in first four sts, 2 in next, 1, 2, 1, 2, 1 in next ten, 2 in next, 1, 2, 1, 2, 1 in last six. (36)
Rnd 7: sc 1 in first five sts, 2 in next, 1, 2, 1, 2, 1 in next thirteen, 2 in next, 1, 2, 1, 2, 1 in last eight. (42)

*When the oval is big enough to fit the bat onto, in the next st, cut, pull through and sew into the project to hide it, or leave a long end to sew onto the hat.*
For Portal coasters change to either blue or orange here:
Rnd 8: sc 1 in first six sts, 2 in next, 1, 2, 1, 2, 1 in next sixteen, 2 in next, 1, 2, 1, 2, 1 in last ten.

If you haven’t figured it out, here is the pattern for making it larger and larger, although at some point I don’t think this will work: increase the scs in the begining by one each Rnd, then continue the pattern, 2, 1, 2, 1, 2 in the next five sts, then sc 1 in 3 more sts then the last Rnd (ex: ten for Rnd 6, thirteen for Rnd 7). Do the 2, 1, 2, 1, 2 pattern again in the next five, then finally sc 1 in 2 more sts then the last Rnd (ex: 2 in Rnd 4 and 4 in Rnd 5)

Holy free pattern, Batman!!

This Friday yet another awesome superhero movie of this summer comes out, The Dark Knight Rises, and you know I’m here to make an equally awesome pattern to commemorate it!

So some of you may know the little bat pattern I posted last year, well I used that pattern with a few differences to make today’s free pattern of a simple Batman Logo, but that’s not all…

Iron man’s not the only one with some sweet gloves, and do to the popularity of my Iron Man Fingerless Mittens posted last month, I decided to make some Batman Ninja versions of them!

You can get the Gauntlet pattern for $3 on Ravelry, Craftsy, or Etsy, or by simply clicking –>HERE<–

Pattern available after the jump…


Lion Brand Cotton/Lily Sugar’n Cream
/Lion Brand Cotton-Ease
(basically any 100% cotton works)
Crochet Hook-Size G6 4.00mm
Needle to sew in ends with


-sc = Single Crochet
-hdc = Half-double Crochet
-dc = Double Crochet
-m.p = Mini Picot (ch 2, in first ch)
-Ch = Chain

-Rnd = Round

Ch 16
Rnd 1: Skip first 2 chs, Hdc 1, m.p, hdc 1 in next two, sc 1, m.p, sc 1 in next three, m.p, sc 1 in next three, m.p, sc 1, hdc 1 in next two, m.p, hdc 1, 1 in same as last. Turn upside down and ch 2 (15)
Rnd 2: *On backside. (In where you put the last hdc and Dc 1, hdc 1 in next two, sc 1 in next three, m.p, sc 1 in next two, m.p, sc 1 in next three, hdc 1 in next two, dc 1 (14)

Cut and sew the end into the bat to hide it.

I sewed the logo onto an oval and then onto a Beanie. You can get the pattern for the beanie here and buy the Batman beanie here.

And don’t forget to check out the Batman Ninja Fingerless Mittens out on Ravelry here!

Buy the Batman Ninja Gauntlets –>HERE<–