Monster Mash Amigurumi

SKU: GC70108


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Amigurumi is a type of crochet pattern where you make small toys or creatures that are fun and eye catching. This Japanese term is fun to say as much as the projects are fun to crochet. Monster Mash Amigurumi pattern booklet is full of frighteningly adorable characters to make for Halloween. This collection includes seven fun designs, all styled after Halloween images. You get Frankenstein monster, Count Dracula, a witch, cat, pumpkin, ghost, and creepy crawly spider. The figures stand between 2-1/2 inches and 6-1/2 inches tall. They are just the right size to decorate a mantle or table area, or you can tuck these fun little guys in a bag for play time with your kids. The Halloween-inspired crochet toys are something different that kids have fun playing pretend with.

Monster Mash Amigurumi uses basic crochet stitches to make each fun design. A beginner might find the color changes somewhat challenging, but with a little effort all skill levels will be able to create some Halloween fun. These small pieces don't require much yarn. Dig into your leftover stash and start creating the Monster Mash Amigurumi figures right away. You might not even need to buy anything to crochet these festive items. Amigurumi create collectable little toys that you can put out for display or share with your friends. Halloween creatures are not something you would think of when making  Amigurumi, so jump in and get these little one made. You will be the envy of all your crochet friends.

Sizes: 2-1/2" to 6-1/2" tall

Materials: All animals are made with size G hook and worsted-weight yarn, and are stuffed with polyester fiberfill.

Caution: Buttons, beads, and other small items can be a hazard to small children. Instructions for embroidered eyes and yarn-only joints are included for children under the age of three.

5 out of 5, based on 5 reviews
lupe martinez from topeka, ks on Sep 22, 2015
this is a real favorite of mine. I loved the Frankie, the witch, and Dracula. I made 9 of these for my grandchildren (who are older) and they thought they were cool. I put real tiny screws in Frankie's head and used a coffin box (purchased a year earlier from OTC) for Dracula. I put each figure in a clear plastic bag that had colored paper shred on the bottom and added some candy. Cute! I showed them to people at work who bought some of my figures. wish I had bought more coffin boxes now because I can't find them on the website anymore.
Jen Cunningham from Raeford, NC on Sep 11, 2014
I realize this book is Halloween themed but my kids are going to LOVE these as stocking stuffers this year!! SO cute and just plain adorable!
Mary Jo Daraklis from N/A on Mar 07, 2013
If you are looking for Halloween fun or something small to give to little ones, this is the book for you. From the spider to Frakenstein, they are just adorable.
Christine Ledder from N/A on Nov 01, 2010
This is one the greatest Halloween decoration I ever bought. I was able to make so many toys to share with family and friends. The patterns were easy to follow and actually helped me with other projects.
lupe martinez from N/A on Sep 18, 2008
This book is a little treasure. The patterns are super easy and the results are super cute. Once I started making them, I couldn't stop. Everyone wanted one! I highly recommend this book.