Jumping Jack Halloween, PDF
Amigurumi Crochet Pattern Jumping Jack Witch and Scarecrow
Jumping Jack Halloween
Now there's the crocheted version of a jumping jack! Are you a fan of Halloween? This witch and scarecrow love to dance! This crochet pattern is super fun to combine crafts and crocheting!
A pulling doll is a flat toy doll with hinged limbs that move when one pulls on a string that hangs at the bottom of the body. Playing with pull puppets was especially popular with children in the nineteenth century. The doll could be made of wood or fabric, but more famous are the versions of paper.
After the pasting and cutting, the possible colouring of the body parts, the clothing and the assembly, the entertainment could begin.
Materials used for Jumping Jack Halloween:
You can use any yarn you want for this crochet pattern. If you use thicker or thinner yarn, your crochet work will not fit around the cardboard template that belongs to the pattern. You could then adjust the template. Below is a list of the materials I used for the Jumping Jack Witch and Scarecrow.
- Acrylic yarn, less than 100 grams per colour.
- Scarecrow: Super soft, acrylic yarn: orange, yellow, Pingouin acrylic yarn: blue, green, Royal acrylic yarn: dark brown, black
- Witch: Royal acrylic yarn: black, cream, Super soft acrylic yarn: purple, orange, Nice yarn for the hair, I used fluffy purple.
- Cardboard for the template (shoebox)
- 4 buttons on the front of the body and 4 buttons on the back to attach the arms and legs, or 4 long split pins
- Crochet hook 3
- Pen, Scissors, Needle (blunt and pointed)
- Textile glue
- A little bit of fibrefill
- Little cotton yarn (not stretchy) to make the connection between the arms and the legs.
The Witch and the Scarecrow are 34 cm tall.
Clearly written PDF Crochet pattern
With this PDF crochet pattern you can crochet the Jumping Jacks Halloween yourself! This 19-page PDF contains detailed clear crochet instructions that are explained with photos, including extensive information about the materials used and the crochet stitches used and their abbreviations. US terminology and abbreviations of stitches are used. Whether you have just mastered the basic stitches as a beginner or if you are more experienced. If you know how to make a Magic Ring, a Single Crochet, a Slip Stitch and a Chain, then you can crochet this amazing creation yourself. If you get stuck with a certain part of the pattern, then I'm just a message away! I would like to help you to make a creation together with you to be proud of!
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