Today let’s create a witch to make Halloween more colorful. This Halloween Witch crochet pattern I collected from @corelinhas. Now let’s get started
– Lines: You can innovate and use your creativity using the colors and textures you want. I used several different colors from the circle’s amigurumi line, which I will indicate throughout the recipe.
– Crochet hook (I used size 2.5)
– Tapestry needle
– Silicone fiber (filling)
– Fabric glue
– Point marker
– Eyes with safety lock (I used size 8)
ch – chain
st = stitch
sc – single crochet
sl st = Slip stitch
inc = Increase
dec = Decrease
hdc = Half double crochet
inchdc = Increase treble hook by half
Attention! I recommend that you read the entire recipe before you start crocheting!
BODY AND HEAD
1. We will start with line 8176 (off white). Make a magic ring with 6 sc.
3. (1sc+1inc)x6 = (18)
4. (2sc+1inc)x6 = (24)
5. (3sc+1inc)x6 = (30)
6. (4sc+1inc)x6 = (36)
To make the base firmer, you can use a piece of cardboard in a circular shape and glue it to the base of the little witch, as shown in the image:
Change to color 8990 (black) and do:
10. 7sc + 2dec + 14sc + 2dec + 7ch (32)
11. dec + 28sc + dec (30)
12. 30 sc in the back loop.
13. 5sc + 1dec + 1sc + 1dec +10sc + 1dec + 1sc + 1dec + 5sc (26)
14. 1dec +22+ 1dec (24)
16. (2sc+ 1dec)x6 (18)
18. (1sc + 1dec)x6 (12)
Change to color 4456 (orange) and do:
Change to color 7564 (porcelain) and do:
20. (1sc+1inc)x6 (18)
21. (2sc+1inc)x6 (24)
22. (3sc+1inc)x6 (30)
23. (4sc+1inc)x6 (36)
24. (5sc+1inc)x6 (42)
If you want to make our little witch’s neck firmer, place a tube of hot glue on the neck.
Fill around with batting.
Place the eyes between rows 26 and 27, 6 stitches apart. Be careful to put your eyes on the right side.
30. (5sc+ 1dec)x6 (36)
31. (4sc+ 1dec)x6 (30)
32. (3sc+1dec)x6 (24)
33. (2sc+ 1dec)x6 (18)
34. (1sc + 1dec)x6 (12)
35. 6dec (6)
With the help of a tapestry needle, close the piece making an inverted magic ring.
1. On row 12 of the body, with the piece turned upside down, using thread 6614 (Lavender), make 30 sc.
2. 30inc (60)
3. (4hdc + 1inchdc)x12 (72)
6. Change to color 4456 (orange) and do 72hdc.
Fasten off and hide the thread.
1. We will start with color 8990 (black). Make a magic ring with 4 sc.
2. 4inc (8)
Switch to line 8176 (off white) and do:
10. Fold in half and make 4 sc closing the leg. This will be the knee bend.
The rest of the leg will be worked in flat crochet, going back and forth.
Sew the legs to the bottom of the body, as shown in the image:
1. With thread in color 7564 (porcelain) make a magic ring with 6 sc.
Change to color 8990 (black)
5. 6sc in back loop
Fold in half and close with 3 sc.
For the blouse sleeve, turn the arm upside down with color 4456 (orange) and do:
1. 6inc (12sc)
3. (1sc+1inc)x6 (18). Fasten off and hide the thread.
Sew the arms to the side of the body on row 17.
1. With thread 9802 (mauve), make a magic ring with 6 sc.
3. (1sc+1inc)x6 (18)
4. (2sc+1inc)x6 (24) Now to make the hair strands we will work in each stitch of round 4.
From points 1 to 11 you will do: 17 chain stitches, return the chain skipping the first stitch and make 16 sc.
In stitches 12 and 13 make 2sl st.
From points 14 to 24 you will repeat: 17 chain stitches, return the chain skipping the first stitch and make 16 sc.
For assembly, I recommend that before gluing or sewing, pin each strand around the head with pins.
To start marking, leave points 12 and 13 centered on the head.
The three strands neighboring points 12 and the three strands neighboring point 13 will be glued to the side of the little witch’s hair, as shown in the images below:
1. With color 8990 (black), make a magic ring with 4 sc.
2. (1sc+1inc)x2 (6)
4. 6inc (12)
6. (1sc+1inc)x6 (18)
7. With color 4456 (orange) make 18 sc
8. With color 8990 (black) only in the back loop make 18inc. (36)
Fasten off and hide the thread. Sew or glue the little hat to the side of the witch’s head.
So we’re done. This hook model is prohibited from being sold. If you reshare this Halloween Witch crochet pattern please credit the author @corelinhas and our website ngoclanhandmade.com.