Catrina crochet mask and flower headband ?? Free Mexican Day of the Dead pattern by @monstrua_de_hilo
Celebrate the Mexican Day of the Dead creatively with this colorful crochet pattern designed by Monstrua de Hilo! If you’re looking for the perfect look for this Mexican celebration, these accessories are for you. The Catrina crochet mask is perfect to add a touch of mysterious elegance to your traditional Mexican outfit or Halloween costume. Also, wear this mask, made with different Katia yarns in assorted colors and decorated with beads, with a spectacular crochet flower headband.
On this day, flowers represent love toward those loved ones who are no longer with us. Choose your favorite color combination to honor your family!
Catrina mask crochet pattern
Turn into the life of the party with this Catrina crochet mask designed by @monstrua_de_hilo. This detailed design captures, indeed, the essence of Catrina with lace decorated with small pearls and floral decorations. So, add a touch of mystery and sophistication to your Day of the Dead outfit!
Crochet a floral headband
Decorate also your hair with this beautiful floral headband that perfectly complements the Catrina mask. Inspired by the colors and joy of this Mexican celebration, stand out in a crowd in this crochet floral headpiece. Without a doubt, handmade flowers are an artistic tribute to Catrina and to the concept of life after death.
Experience the Mexican Day of the Dead with @monstrua_de_hilo
“In Mexico, on November 1 and 2, we dive into one of our most anticipated traditions: the Day of the Dead. The scent of mandarin, Mexican marigolds and “pan de muerto” sweet bread transport our souls to a party full of “papel picado” perforated paper decorations in vibrant colors. With joy, love, and nostalgia, we honor the dead by offering candles, water, and delicious dishes. While life and death dance together, we paint our faces and wear colorful outfits. So that, we invite you to discover this Mexican tradition with this free mask and floral headband pattern inspired by Catrina.” Miri Vargas, @monstrua_de_hilo
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