Hello, friends! Remember this guy? (Which is actually a modification of THIS pattern! This post is a mod of a mod…we’re getting very meta here). Well, I have realized there is almost nothing I enjoy more than dressing up my regular amigurumi in Halloween costumes. 😀 Let’s dress up my goose as a witch for Halloween! In this post I have included the pattern for the witches’ hat and a cape. Check out the posts above for the pattern for the goose/duck itself!
- The hat is worked in continuous rounds.
- The cape is worked in turned rows.
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- 6mm hook (I use THESE hooks!);
- Hobbii Honey Bunny (or any Super Bulky Size 6 yarn) in black (color 124), small amounts.
- Tapestry needle.
Terms and Stitches:
Ch – Chain
MR – Magic Ring
Slst – Slip stitch
Sc – Single Crochet
Inc – Increase. Work a regular sc increase
Dec – Decrease. When working in the round, always use the invisible decrease method.
FLO – Front loops only
Hat (make 1):
Rnd 1: Work 3 sc into a MR (3 sts)
Rnd 2: Inc in first st, sc 2 (4 sts)
Rnd 3: *Sc 1, inc in next st, repeat from * one more time (6 sts)
Rnd 4: *Sc 1, inc in next st, repeat from * two more times (9 sts)
Rnd 5: *Sc 2, inc in next st, repeat from * two more times (12 sts)
Rnd 6: *Sc 3, inc in next st, repeat from * two more times (15 sts)
Rnd 7: *Sc 4, inc in next st, repeat from * two more times (18 sts)
In the next row, you will create the brim of the hat.
Rnd 8: In the FLO, inc in each st around (36 sts)
Tie off. Weave ends.
Cape (make 1):
Row 1: Ch 16, starting in 2nd ch from hook, sc in each ch (15 sts)
Rows 2-8: Sc in each st (15 sts)
In the next row, you will create the ties.
Row 9: Ch 20, starting in 2nd ch from hook, slst in each ch, continue to slst along short side of cape, then along the bottom of the cape and up the other short side, ch 20, starting in 2nd ch from hook, slst in each ch, slst to cape.
Tie off. Weave ends.
Tie the cape around the neck. You can tie a bow or tuck the ties underneath the cape if you prefer. Stitch the hat to the top of the head.
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