This is a free crochet ghost pattern for a cute ghost that is super versatile. Use it as a decoration for Halloween or as a cover for Terry’s Chocolate Orange to gift.
Halloween is just around the corner! Now is the perfect time to start crafting some spooky decorations for your home.
Halloween is a time of year when creativity and imagination take center stage.
From elaborately carved pumpkins to eerie outdoor decor, there’s no shortage of ways to transform your home into a haunted haven.
And what better way to join in the fun than by crafting your very own Halloween-themed crochet project?
Whether you’re looking to add a touch of eerie charm to your space or you’re searching for a unique way to dress up your favorite Terry’s Chocolate Orange, we’ve got you covered – literally!
This free crochet ghost pattern will help you create an adorable Halloween ghost that can be used as both a decoration and as a sweet cover for your favorite treat.
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Crochet Ghost Pattern For Chocolate Orange Cover
This crochet ghost pattern is not only a fantastic DIY project but also a wonderful opportunity to express your love for the spookiest holiday of the year.
Whether you’re an experienced crocheter or a beginner looking for a fun and manageable project, this ghost is a perfect choice.
The Versatility of a Crochet Halloween Ghost
So, what makes this crochet project special?
Well, it’s not just a decorative piece; it’s also a versatile cover for one of my favorite Halloween treats – Terry’s Chocolate Orange!
Imagine presenting this delightful combination of sweetness and craftsmanship to your family and friends at your Halloween gatherings.
This versatile crochet ghost can serve two purposes.
Firstly, it can be used as a charming Halloween decoration. Hang it from your front door to greet trick-or-treaters, place it on your mantelpiece, or even incorporate it into your costume.
Its delightful design and classic ghostly shape will instantly add a touch of Halloween magic to any space.
Second, it’s a unique cover for your Terry’s Chocolate Orange. If you’re a fan of this delicious confection, you’ll love how this ghostly cover transforms your treat into a Halloween-themed delight.
It’s a creative and memorable way to share your love for chocolate and the holiday season.
You’ll be amazed at how quickly your project comes together, and the end result will leave you feeling both proud of your crafting skills and ready to embrace the Halloween spirit.
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Materials (contains affiliate links)
- Hobbii Honey Bunny (super chunky weight; 100% polyester; 120 m (131 yds) per 100g ball) x 1 ball in white
- 6 mm crochet hook
- Yarn needle
- safety eyes (optional)
- safety cheeks (optional)
height 17 cm x circumference 28 cm
fits as a cover over Terry’s Chocolate Orange
Stitches And Abbreviations (US Crochet Terms)
sl st– slip stitch
sc2tog- single crochet the following two stitches together
hdc – half double crochet
Gauge / Tension
not cruical for this pattern
11 sts x 7 rnds = 10 x 10 cm measured over hdc worked in round
- the crochet ghost is worked top down
- you will start with creating a magic circle using chain sts
- the hdc are then worked into the magic circle
- the main body of the ghost consists of rounds of hdc sts
- beginning 2 ch counts as first hdc stitch throughout the pattern
- you can work over your ends rather than sew them in as chenille yarn will grip and not come untangled
- alternatively, you can sew the ends in securely
- the ghost is intended for decoration purposes only and not to be used as a toy for children
- you can embroider eyes, cheeks and mouth instead of using plastic embellishments
Please note: the crochet ghost chocolate cover is intended for decoration purposes only and it should not be used as a toy as the small parts pose a choking hazard.
Crochet Ghost Main Pattern
Chain 4, sl st to first st to join creating a magic circle.
Rnd 1: 2 ch (counts as first hdc here and throughout the pattern), work 11 hdc into the magic circle, sl st to top of beginning 2 ch to join. [12 hdc]
Rnd 2: 2 ch, 1 hdc into the stitch at the bottom of 2 ch, 2 hdc in each st around, sl st to top of beginning 2 ch to join. [24 hdc]
Rnd 3: 2 ch, 2 hdc in next, (1 hdc, 2 hdc in next) repeat around, sl st to top of beginning 2 ch. [36 hdc]
Rnd 4: 2 ch, 2 hdc in next, (2 hdc, 2 hdc in next) repeat around, sl st to top of beginning 2 ch. [48 hdc]
Rnd 5: 2 ch, 1 hdc in each st around, sl st to top of beginning 2 ch. [48 hdc]
Rnd 6: 1 ch (doesn’t count as a st), 1 sc2tog around, sl st to top of first st. [24 sc]
Rnd 7: 2 ch, 2 hdc in same st at the bottom of 2 ch, 3 hdc in each st around, sl st to top of beginning 2 ch. [72 hdc]
Rnd 8 – 10: 2 ch, 1 hdc in each st around. [72 hdc]
Fasten off. Sew in ends securely.
Place safety eyes through the body of the stitch of Rnd 4, miss 3 sts, place another eye in next st.
To position the cheeks on Rnd 5, secure through the body of the stitches 2 sts over away from each eye.
Alternatively, embroider eyes, cheeks and mouth (optional) with needle.
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