Skull Plush

This started out as a Christmas Gift for someone special, but I figured if I was going to make something, I may as well write a pattern while I am at it! This is actually the base for a sugar skull project. You can decorate it with anything you like! Fabric paints, embroidery, surface crochet… the possibilities are endless!

I have broken down this pattern by stitches, so it looks longer than what it actually is. This pattern is also available on Ravelry: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/skull-plushie

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This started out as a Christmas Gift for someone special, but I figured if I was going to make something, I may as well write a pattern while I am at it! This is actually the base for a sugar skull project. You can decorate it with anything you like! Fabric paints, embroidery, surface crochet... the possibilities are endless! I have broken down this pattern by stitches, so it looks longer than what it actually is. This pattern is also available on Ravelry: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/skull-plushie
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Author: René

I sharpen pencils for a living.

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  1. This started out as a Christmas Gift for someone special, but I figured if I was going to make something, I may as well write a pattern while I am at it!  This is actually the base for a sugar skull project.  You can decorate it with anything you like!  Fabric paints, embroidery, surface crochet… the possibilities are endless!   

    I have broken down this pattern by stitches, so it looks longer than what it actually is.

    This pattern is also available on Ravelry.