Materials Needed: 
  • Red Heart Super Saver Yarn in Perfect Pink, Frosty Green, and  Hot Red, and White
  • Black, Green, and White Felt
  • H 5.00MM Hook and Stitch Marker, if desired
  • Poly-fil or other stuffing for eyeballs
  • Needle and Black, White, and Green Thread or fabric glue
  • Scissors
Terms and Stitches:
  • Magic Circle or Magic Ring: ch 2  and begin Row 1 in 2nd ch from hook.
  • Inc: 2 sc in same sc st
  • Dec: yarn over, insert hook into next st, yarn over insert into next st, yarn over and pull through both loops on hook to combine two stitches.
Instructions:
Note: A lot of my measurements are not exact, since everyone crochets a littler tighter or looser than the next person. Also the pieces like the teeth and nose don’t have to be exact. It is a zombie, have fun with it!

Start with a Magic Circle in the Red Heart Perfect Pink. Do not ch 1 and do not turn between rows, just keep working in rounds.

Hat Body:
Row 1: 6 sc inside magic circle
Row 2: Inc in each sc around (12 sc total)
Row 3: * inc, sc in next st*.  Repeat * around (18 sc total)
Row 4: *inc, sc in next 2 st*. Repeat * around (24 sc total)
Row 5: *inc, sc in next 3 st*. Repeat * around (30 sc total)
Row 6: *inc, sc in next 4 st*. Repeat * around (36 sc total)
Row 7: *inc, sc in next 5 st*. Repeat * around (42 sc total)
Row 8: *inc, sc in next 6 st*. Repeat * around (48 sc total)
Row 9: *inc, sc in next 7 st*. Repeat * around (54 sc total)
Row 10: * inc, sc in next 8 st*. Repeat * around (60 sc total). Switch to Red Heart Super Saver Frosty Green yarn.
Row 11: *inc, sc in next 9 st*. Repeat * around (66 sc total).
Row 12: *inc, sc in next 10 st*. Repeat* around (72 sc total).
Row 13-26: Hdc in each st around, do not sl st to begin next round, just keep working in rounds and use stitch marker to count rows, if desired.
Row 27: sl st to connect last two hdc. Ch1, sc in each st around. Sl st to connect last two sc and tie off and weave in ends
After you have completed the hat body, take red yarn and randomly weave it in to the pink part of the hat to create the brain.  (Pictured below)

Eyeballs: 
For each eye, you will want to first cut out a blue felt circle about an inch in diameter, and a black felt circle about a half inch in diameter. Sew or use fabric glue to attach the black circle in the center of the blue circle. This will create the “iris” (pictured in the left picture below)

For attached eye:
Row 1: 6 sc inside magic circle
Row 2: Inc in each sc around (12 sc total)
Row 3: * inc, sc in next st*.  Repeat * around (18 sc total)
Row 4: *inc, sc in next 2 st*. Repeat * around (24 sc total)
Row 5: *inc, sc in next 3 st*. Repeat * around (30 sc total)
Rows 6 & 7: sc each st  around. Tie off. Sew or use fabric glue to attach iris to center (right where you started row 1) of the eye.

For Hanging Eye: 

Make a magic circle
Row 1: 6 sc inside magic circle
Row 2: Inc in each sc around (12 sc total)
Row 3: * inc, sc in next st*.  Repeat * around (18 sc total)
Row 4: *inc, sc in next 2 st*. Repeat * around (24 sc total)
Row 5: *inc, sc in next 3 st*. Repeat * around (30 sc total)
Rows6-8: sc each st around. Sew or use fabric glue to attach iris to center (right where you started row 1) of the eye.
Row 9: *dec, sc in next 3 st* repeat * around (24 st total)
Row 10: *dec, sc in next  2 st* repeat * around (18 st total)
Row 11: *Dec, sc in next st* repeat * around (12 st total). I suggest stuffing the eye here.
Row 12: Dec each st around (6 st total). Use a couple sl st to close up hole completely, if necessary. Tie off.

On both eyes, you will want to randomly weave in some red yarn to make the veins (pictured below)

After you have weaved in the veins, you will need the red yarn again to create hanging chain. Make a slip knot and pull the slip knot through the bottom of the eye (closest to the veins). Ch 10.  Do not tie off. Cut from yarn skein but leave 6” to a foot of extra yarn at the end. Weave in end closest to eyeball.

Skin Flaps: 

Make 8
(Note: these are supposed to look a little ugly and curly, since they are flaps of skin)
Ch 15
Row 1: skip first ch, sc across (14 sc total), ch 1, turn
Row 2: dec 2 times, 6 sc, dec 2 times, ch 1, turn
Row 3: dec 2 times, 2 sc, dec 2 times, ch 1, turn
Row 4: dec, 2 sc, dec, ch 1, turn
Row 5: dec 2 times, tie off and weave in ends.

Felt Work:
Nose: Use black felt for the nose. Cut a triangle approximately 1” across by 1.5” tall. 

Back of Hanging Eye:
Use black felt to cut out a circle about the same size as the non-hanging eyeball (about 3.5” to 4” in diameter). Fold the circle in half and cut a very small x in the center. 

Teeth: 

Use white felt for the teeth. Cut rectangle approximately 1” across by 1.5” tall. Make 3.
Finishing Touches:
  • Pin 5 of the skin flaps on the top of the head around the pink circle (top of the triangle facing the center of the hat) and sew the skin flaps on using green thread. 
  • Sew on and stuff the “half eye” (the one that is not hanging) using white thread and polyfil or your choice of stuffing. 
  • Using black thread, sew on the Back of the Hanging Eye (black felt circle with the x in the center) next to, but a few inches away from the “half eye”
  • Pin on and sew the remaining three skin flap pieces around the black felt circle you just sewed on. 
  • Take the hanging eye, insert your hook into the hole where you created the chain (that you did not tie off) and sl st into x space in the middle of the large black felt circle you just sewed on. (pictured below)
  • Sew on Teeth and Nose

 
Just in time for Christmas, here is a new pattern for my Oogie Boogie Amigurumi! I hope you guys enjoy!

Materials Needed:
  • E/4 3.50 MM Hook
  • Red Heart Super Saver Yarn in Black and Spring Green
  • Black Felt
  • Poly-fil or other stuffing
  • Needle, pins, and green and black thread
  • Scissors
  • Optional, small piece of wire or something you can shape the top of the head with
  • Optional, stitch marker
Instructions:
This item is worked in rounds. Do not sl st between rows, and do not turn between rows. While working on this item, you will want to periodically fold your work in half and weave in some black yarn on both sides to create the stitched effect.

Body: Begin with Magic Circle.
Row 1: 6 sc in magic circle.
Row 2: *inc, sc in each of next 2 st* repeat * around (8 total)
Row 3 & 4: sc in each st around (8 total)
Row 5: * inc, sc in each of next 3 st* repeat * around (10 total)
Row 6: * inc, sc in each of next 4 st* repeat * around (12 total)
Row 7-11: sc in each st around (12 total)
Row 12: *inc, sc in each of next 2 st* repeat * around (16 total)
Row 13-17: sc in each st around (16 total)
Row 18: * inc, sc in each of next 3 st* repeat * around (20 total)
Row 19: * inc, sc in each of next 4 st* repeat * around (24 total)
Row 20-22: sc in each st around (24 total)
Row 23: * inc, sc in each of next 3 st* repeat * around (30 total)
Row 24-27: sc in each st around (30 total)
Row 28: * inc, sc in each of next 4 st* repeat * around (36 total)
Row 29: sc in each st around (36 total)
Row 30: * inc, sc in each of next 5 st* repeat * around (42 total)
Row 31 & 32: sc in each st around (42 total)
Row 33: *inc, sc in each of next 6 st* repeat * around (48 total)
Row 34-36: sc in each st around (48 total)
Row 37: * inc, sc in each of next 7 st* repeat* around (54 total)
Row 38: sc in each st around (54 total)
Row 39: *inc, sc in each of next 8 st* repeat* around (60 total)
Row 40-49: sc in each st around (60 total)
  • I suggest inserting wire into the top of the head at this point, if you are going to use it. After you have inserted the wire, stuff just the very top of the head but very sparingly.
  • This is also a great place to stop and sew on the face. Sew the eyes normally, and if desired, very sloppily (but securely) sew on the mouth so that it looks like it is stitched in the way the one does in the picture. The cutout for the face is located right below the body portion of the rest of this pattern, if you want it. You can also use your own facial expression or just use mine as a general guideline.
Row 50: *inc, sc in each of next 9 st* repeat * around (66 total)
Row 51-59: sc in each st around (66 total)
Row 60: *dec, sc in each of next 9 st* repeat * around (60 total)
  • I would suggest filling up the rest of the body around here, just to make it easier.
Row 61: *dec, sc in each of next 8 st* repeat * around (54 total)
Row 62: *dec, sc in each of next 7 st* repeat* around (48 total)
Row 63: *dec, sc in each of next 6 st* repeat* around (42 total)
Row 64: *dec, sc in each of next 5 st* repeat * around (36 total)
Row 65: *dec, sc in each of next 4 st* repeat* around (30 total)
Row 66: *dec, sc in each of next 3 st* repeat * around (24 total)
Row 67: *dec, sc in each of next 2 st* repeat* around (18 total)
Row 68: *dec, sc in next st* repeat* around (12 total)
Row 69: dec each st around (6 total)
  • Tie off and pull through the hole a few times to completely close it up. 
Arms: Begin with Magic Circle
Row 1: 6 sc in magic circle
Row 2: *inc, sc in next 2 st* repeat * around (8 total)
Row 3-4: sc in each st around (8 total)
Row 5: *inc, sc in next 3 st* repeat * around (10 total)
Row 6: sc in each st around (10 total)
Row 7: *inc, sc in next 4 st* repeat * around (12 total)
Row 8: sc in each st around (12 total)
Row 9: *inc, sc in next 2 st* repeat * around (16 total)
Row 10-19: sc in each st around (16 total)
  • Tie off and leave end.
  • Make 2. Once you are finished with the arms, fold them in half and weave through with the black yarn like with the body to create the stitched effect.
  • After you have weaved the black yarn in, stuff the arms. Then keep them folded in half and pin the top ends together so that you have a flat surface to sew onto the body.
Legs: Begin with Magic Circle
Row 1: 6 sc in magic circle
Row 2: inc in each st around (12 total)
Row 3-4: sc in each st around (12 total)
Row 5: *inc, sc in next st* repeat * around (18 total)
Row 6-7: sc in each st around (18 total)
  • Make 2. It is not necessary to make the stitching on the legs since they are so small, but you can if you would like.
  • Pin the legs onto the bottom of the body.
Finishing Touches:
  • Sew on the face if you haven’t yet (I still suggest sewing it on halfway through working on the body though)
  • Sew on arms and legs.
  • Cut a piece of yarn about 6” long and 3 pieces of yarn that are about 2” a piece. Attach the longer piece of yarn to the very tip top of the head. Tie this piece on and weave in the short end. Tie each of the other pieces onto the hanging end of the long piece, one by one, right on top of each other to create a spider. You can sew the knot on a little to make it more secure if you would like, but it is not necessary if you double knot. 
 
Materials Needed:
•Red Heart Super Saver Yarn in Black, Spring Green, and Grey Heather
•H 5.00MM Hook
•Poly-fil or other stuffing for knobs on earflaps
•Needle and Grey and Black Thread
•Scissors

Terms and Stitches:
•Magic Circle or Magic Ring: ch 2 and begin Row 1 in 2nd ch from hook.
•Dc dec: yo, insert hook into hdc st below, yo and pull out of hdc st (3 loops on hook), yo and pull through 2 of the 3 loops on the hook, insert hook into next hdc st, yo and pull out of hdc st (3 loops on hook), yo and pull through all 3 loops on hook
•Inc: 2 sc in same sc st

Instructions:
Start with a Magic Circle. Do not ch 1 and do not turn between rows, just keep working in a circle.

Hat Base:
Row 1: 6 sc inside magic circle
Row 2: Inc in each sc around (12 sc total)
Row 3: * inc, sc in next st*. Repeat * around (18 sc total)
Row 4: *inc, sc in next 2 st*. Repeat * around (24 sc total)
Row 5: *inc, sc in next 3 st*. Repeat * around (30 sc total)
Row 6: *inc, sc in next 4 st*. Repeat * around (36 sc total)
Row 7: *inc, sc in next 5 st*. Repeat * around (42 sc total)
Row 8: *inc, sc in next 6 st*. Repeat * around (48 sc total)
Row 9: *inc, sc in next 7 st*. Repeat * around (54 sc total)
Row 10: * inc, sc in next 8 st*. Repeat * around (60 sc total). Stop at Row 10 for Infant Size Hat and continue on Row 1 in the Hat Body Section.
Row 11: *inc, sc in next 9 st*. Repeat * around (66 sc total). Stop at Row 11 for Toddler/Child Size Hat and continue on Row 1 in the Hat Body Section.
Row 12: *inc, sc in next 10 st*. Repeat* around (72 sc total). Stop in Row 12 for Adult Standard Size Hat and continue on Row 1 in the Hat Body Section
Row 13: * inc, sc in next 11 st*. Repeat * around (78 sc total). Row 13 is for Adult Large Size Hat only.

Hat Body:
Row 1: hdc in each st around. 60 hdc for Infant Size, 66 hdc for Toddler/Child Size, 72 hdc for Adult Standard Size, 78 hdc for Adult Large.
Row 2-3: Repeat Row 1.
Row 4-10: Switch to Green. Repeat Row 1. For Infant Size: stop at Row 10, sl st into next hdc and tie off. Move on to Earflap Section.
Row 11: Repeat Row 1. For Toddler/Child Size: stop at Row 11 sl st into next hdc and tie off. Move on to Earflap Section.
Row 12: Repeat Row 1. For Adult Standard Size: stop at Row 12, sl st into next hdc and tie off. Move on to Earflap Section.
Row 13: Repeat Row 1. Row 13 is for Adult Large Size Hat only.

Earflaps:
Infant Earflaps:
Row 1: Begin in Green. Sl st into a hdc on the bottom of the hat to connect the yarn, ch 1. Hdc in next 8 st. Ch 1, turn.
Row 2: hdc in each st (8 hdc). Ch 1, turn.
Row 3: dc dec, 4 hdc, dc dec. Ch 1, turn
Row 4: hdc in each st (6 hdc). Tie off.
Repeat on opposite side of hat.

Toddler/Child Earflaps:
Row 1: Begin in Green. Sl st into a hdc on the bottom of the hat to connect the yarn, ch 1. Hdc in next 10 st. Ch 1, turn.
Row 2: hdc in each st (10 hdc). Ch 1, turn.
Row 3: dc dec, 6 hdc, dc dec. Ch 1, turn.
Row 4: hdc in each st (8 hdc). Ch 1, turn.
Row 5: hdc in each st (8hdc). Tie off.
Repeat on opposite side of hat.
Adult Standard and Adult Large Earflaps:
Row 1: Begin in Green. Sl st into a hdc on the bottom of the hat to connect the yarn, ch 1. Hdc in next 12 st. Ch 1, turn.
Row 2 & 3: hdc in each st (12 hdc). Ch 1, turn.
Row 4: dc dec, 8 hdc, dc dec. Ch 1, turn.
Row 5: hdc in each st (10 hdc). Ch 1, turn.
Row 6: hdc in each st (10 hdc). Tie off.
Repeat on opposite side of hat.

Hat Border & Stitching:
Border:
Connect Black yarn with a sl st and sc all around bottom of hat and earflaps to create a border.

Picture
Stitching:
Cut off about a 20” length of Black Yarn and weave in the stitch design pictured below. It is located around the upper left corner of the top of the hat.


Earflap Knobs:
Start off with a Magic Circle
Row 1: 6 sc in Magic Circle
Row 2: inc each sc around (12 sc total)
Row 3: sl st into the back loop only of each sc around
Row 4-6: sc each st around.
Tie off. Repeat to make 2 knobs.
Fill each knob with Poly-fil or your filling, then pin down in the center of each earflap and sew on using Grey Thread.

Strings & Puffballs:
For Infant & Toddler/Child Size Hats: Connect Green Yarn with a sl st to the center sc st on the bottom of the earflap. Ch 40, tie off. Connect Black yarn in sc st next to green ch. Ch 40, tie off. Connect Black yarn in sc st on the other side of green ch. Ch 40, tie off. Braid the 3 chains together and tie ends together. Repeat on other earflap.

For Adult Standard and Adult Large Hats: Connect Green Yarn with a sl st to the center sc st on the bottom of the earflap. Ch 50, tie off. Connect Black yarn in sc st next to green ch. Ch 50, tie off. Connect Black yarn in sc st on the other side of green ch. Ch 50, tie off. Braid the 3 chains together and tie ends together. Repeat on other earflap.
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Puffballs: Cut a small length of yarn, about 6 inches. This will be used to tie together the puffball. Wrap a good amount of yarn around the base of your fingers (pictured above). Cut yarn once you have a decent amount wrapped. Carefully remove yarn from your fingers and tie the 6” of yarn from earlier around center of bundle. Connect yarn bundle to the bottom of the braided chains. Cut the ends of the yarn bundle to create the puffball (pictured below). It is not necessary, but I would suggest sewing the center of the puffballs so you cannot easily pull out lengths of string.

Weave in and cut off all loose ends and enjoy!!!
 
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This pattern is super quick and easy. You will probably be able to knock both of these out in less than a half hour, which is always nice for a crochet project. 

For this project, I used a 3.5MM E/4 Hook and Caron Simply Soft yarn in Black.

Just so you know, for the purpose of this pattern I kind of made up my own stitch called a half double treble crochet (hdtrc). There is most likely already a name for this stitch, but I did not know it and have not come across it. I did this because a dtrc was too big and I wanted a stitch bigger than a standard treble. So for the hdtrc, yarn over 3x, insert hook, yarn over again, this will leave you with 4 loops on your hook, yarn over and pull through two, yarn over and pull through two, then yarn over and pull through the last two. 

To create flower:
Ch. 15, join to first ch with sl st. 
Round 1: 16 hdc in hole. Sl st to connectto first hdc
Round 2: *ch 4, skip 2 hdc*  repeat * to * 5x (6 ch spaces created)
Round 3: *in next ch sp hdc, dc,trc, hdtrc, picot, trc, dc, hdc, sl st into next ch 4 space* repeat * to * 5x (6 petals created). 
Tie in ends

Finishing Up: 
Connect yarn to end of a picot, ch 25 and reconnect in same spot. This will create the loop for your toe. 
Tie in ends. 
Connect to picot on opposite end of flower (3 petals over). Ch 150, tie off. Connect a new strand to the same picot, ch 150, tie off. 
Tie in ends.

Make 2

 
This pattern has been requested by a few people, so here it is finally. It may seem a little long and difficult at first, but overall it is pretty simple. It is just a little time consuming, but the results are well worth it. I hope you guys enjoy!  
For this pattern I used 100% cotton Lily Sugar'n Cream Yarn in White 00001, Hot Blue 01742, Hot Pink 01740, and Scented ( I didn't have an ideal unscented purple available in my store) Lavender 24311. Since these yarns are 100% cotton, they are safe for actual use as potholders or hotpads and will not melt.

Gauge: G/6 4.25mm hook.  

Bobble: Yarn over, insert hook into the space, yarn over again (3 loops on hook like a dc), yarn over and only pull through two loops, leaving two on the hook. Repeat that 4 times until there are five loops on the hook, yarn over and pull through all five.

I will separate this pattern into the different parts of the cupcake, at the end everything will be sewn together. The cupcake is worked from the bottom up, pay special attention to the order of the rows, since there is front and back post stitches as well as bobble stitches, it is important to stay on the correct side of your work or it will not look right. Make two of everything for a set. 
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Front of Cupcake:
Bottom of Cupcake: Start in pink

Foundation Chain: ch 21
Row 1: skip first 2 ch sp, dc in each remaining ch sp across, ch 2, turn
Row 2: dc in next 3 sp (do not skip first dc sp) *fpdc, dc in next 3 sp*, repeat * 4x across, dc in turn ch, ch 2, turn
Row 3: dc in next 4 sp (do not skip first dc sp) *bpdc, dc in next 3 sp*, repeat * 4x across, dc in turn ch, ch 2, turn
Row 4: dc in next 4 sp (do not skip first dc sp) *fpdc, dc in next 3 sp*, repeat * 4x across, dc in turn ch, ch 2,  turn
Row 5: dc in next 5 sp (do not skip first dc sp) *bpdc, dc in next 3 sp*, repeat * 4x across, dc in turn ch, ch 2, turn 
Row 6: dc in next 5 sp (do not skip first dc sp) *fpdc, dc in next 3 sp*, repeat * 4x across, dc in turn ch, ch 2, turn
Row 7: dc in next 6 sp (do not skip first dc sp)* bpdc, dc in next 3 sp*, repeat * 4x across, dc in turn ch, ch 2, turn

Top of Cupcake: Switch to White, do not tie off, continue from bottom
 Row 8: ch 1, sc across (this should be on the front of your work, where your post stitches are popping out), sc in turn ch, ch 2, turn
Row 9: *Bobble (do not skip first sc space in this row or any of the following rows of Bobbles), ch 1, skip next sc sp* repeat across, Bobble in last sc sp (14 Bobbles total), ch 1, turn
Row 10: skip first 2 sp, sc across (24 sc), ch 2, turn
Row11:*Bobble, ch 1, skip next sc sp* repeat * across (12 Bobbles total)
Row 12: Same as Row 10 (20 sc)
Row 13: Same as Row 11 (10 Bobbles total)
Row 14: Same as Row 10 (16 sc)
Row 15: Same as Row 11 (8 Bobbles total)

Tie off. For sprinkles on the cupcake, just randomly pull different colors of yarn through and tie off in the back. This can be done however and in whatever order you like. 

Bow: Start in Blue
Foundation Chain:ch 17
Rows 1-3: dc across ending with dc in turn ch, ch 2, turn
Finishing: sc around all four sides and tie off
Middle of Bow: Start in Purple
Foundation Chain:ch 20
Row 1: skip first 2 ch spaces and dc across, tie off.
Weave in Edges, shape bow and wrap the middle part around. Secure with pins and sew together.

Hanging Loop: Start in Pink
Foundation Chain: ch 20
Row 1: skip first 2 ch spaces and dc across, tie off and weave in edges.  

Picture

Back of Cupcake:
Start in Purple
Foundation Chain: ch 21
Row 1: skip first ch sp and sc in each stitch across (20 sc), ch 1, turn
Rows 2-12: inc, sc in each of the remaining sc spaces across (resulting in one more stitch added each row), ch 1, turn
Switch to White here if desired or stay with Purple
Row 13: sc across
Rows 14-26: dec, sc in each of the remaining sc spaces across (resulting in one less stitch in each row) 

Putting It All Together:
Once you have all your pieces made, gather everything up, you will also need pins, sewing needles, and thread. 
Sew the bow together as instructed earlier. After that you are going to want to sew the bow to the front of the cupcake, you can do it slanted like I did, or however you want. The next thing you want to do it fold the hanging loop in half, place it on the back side of the front of the cupcake, behind the bow. Sew it there. After that, match up the back of the cupcake to the front and pin it in place, then sew it together. Now you are all done!

I would suggest hand washing and/or spot cleaning these potholders, they might not stand up to machine washing. Or just hang them up in your kitchen for display! 
 
My daughter had been asking me for a few days to make her something so she could be a superhero, so I decided to make an attempt at a cape for her, and I thought it came out nicely. This is a very simple pattern and can be easily adjusted for a child of any size. 

Please keep in mind the age of your child as this could potentially be a choking hazard!!! 

Materials: Any kind of yarn with work, I used some Sugar N' Cream that I had lying around, so it is 100% cotton, but really anything would work for this pattern.

Foundation Ch: ch 40 (could be less depending on the size of your child)

Row 1: dc in second ch from hook dc in each st until the end or the row
Rows 2-31 (or more): ch 2, dc in first st (instead of skipping first st to inc), dc in each st until the end of the row
Finishing touches: ch 80 (how many you chain is once again dependent on the size of your child), sl st into first sp in foundation ch at the top of the cape. Sc in each ch sp in foundation ch until the end of the row, ch 80 (or however many you did on the other side).
For Ruffle Bottom: Before making the ties at the top of the cape and after the last row in the cape, turn, ch 2, sc 4x in first dc sp, *sc in second dc sp from hook, 5dc in second dc sp from hook*. Repeat * pattern until the end of the row. 
 
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This is just a little something I threw together in the spirit of St. Patrick's Day. If you have nothing green to wear and about 15 minutes you will be ready to go!



Materials: Green Yarn ( any will work, I used some left over Red Heart Super Saver)  Any Gauge Hook ( I used a G/ 4.25MM)

Directions: 
Round 1:  Ch 2 (create magic ring) 6 sc in second ch from hook (first ch)

Round 2:  Sl st into next sc. Ch 2. Repeat 5x (6 total)

Round 3: *Sl st into next ch 2 space. Dc, 2 trc in ch 2 sp. In next ch 2 sp hdc, 2trc, dc* repeat from * to* 2x (3 leaves total) 

To finish off, sl st into next available space between leaves. Ch 5. Work in ends. You can attach this to a hair clip or safety pin for a cute pin or hair accessory. Maybe even make a long chaing and turn it into a necklace! Enjoy!