Oogie Boogie crochet pattern 12'' inch, ready for halloween and chrismas!
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This is a detailed, easy to follow pattern with clear pictures and explanations, the pattern is WRITTEN IN ENGLISH.
Oogie is about 12" (30 cm) tall when made with Scheepjes Stonewashed.
for all crochet lovers who are acquainted with the basics of crochet.
Basic Skills Necessary:
- Chain stitch
- Single crochet
- Double crochet
- Slip stitch
- How to crochet rounds
- How to assemble parts together
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706 reviews5 out of 5 stars
Really good pattern. Relatively new to crochet started in july and I found this pattern easy to read and follow. I'm really chuffed with how oogie came out. I used chunky yarn so was slightly bigger that stated but that's what I wanted anyway. Love it!! X
Really easy to follow pattern! I love the way he turned out
It took me forever but I finally finished it. My first piece of advice: don't think you're smarter than the pattern designer. I usually stagger my increases so I don't get sharp edges in my circles. Don't do that here, follow it as written. I ended up having to adjust when I got to the mouth and eyes and that was NOT fun. Just follow it as written. I made it for a coworker as a bribe for covering something I really didn't want to do and she loved it. I really appreciated that the lines were in a table. There are a LOT of rows and having it in a table made it much easier to keep my eyes from shifting. Lots of photos too. Thanks for a great pattern!
I've made this twice now and as usual, learned a trick from the first to help with the second. On the second Oogie Boogie, I used two pipe cleaners (instead of one) in each arm. I inserted them full-size, then folded them over to shorten them (never cutting) and twisted the lengths together. That allowed more strength for the arms to hold their positions. I also added a spider dangling from the top of his head!
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