Halloween is getting closer. Much of the scuttle-butt in the crochet community has been about holiday projects because we all know what this means – that Halloween will be over before you know it and soon Christmas will be upon us. Many people are switching gears to get holiday gifts made and trying to do it as quickly as possible. It’s been stressful for everyone. As a matter of fact, it’s been so stressful that I think I cracked my skull.
No, I’m not kidding. This is serious! I can’t believe that you don’t believe me! Just take a look at my X-rays:
Okay, they’re not really X-rays. And that’s not even the skull inside my head. But it IS my skull in the sense that it is my own cro-ation! I have wanted to make a skull for a while because there are some cute patterns out there, but none looked the way I saw it in my head. I wanted something realistic but not too spooky, one that was not hollow, and one that had a movable lower jaw. Yes, I’m picky! I loved how Kim at Woolly Toons shaped her shrunken heads and that is what finally inspired me to get this pattern made. With her permission, I used her idea for the nasal cavity because it was just so perfect for this project. And so this guy was born. I added the crack because I didn’t want to be the only cracked person in the Mad Crochet Lab. What do you think of him? I think I will call him Jofus.
Update: I’ve made this skull my first pattern for money. Since it is the first, I’m keeping the price low. It’s available in PDF format that will be emailed to you for only $3.50! Scroll down to purchase. Also, here are some variations on the skull – made with a smaller hook/yarn and with white eye sockets.
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