4 Crochet mug covers: Make a toast with Dracula, Pumpkin, the Mummy and Frankenstein this Halloween

Monsters, cobwebs, skeletons… preparations are already underway for the scariest night of the year! This is why, thanks to the designs by Mariale from Lalala Toys, we are sharing how to make these Halloween Monster Mugs with you. 4 crochet mug covers to make a toast with whilst wearing your Halloween disguises. Prepare potions and concoctions in these mugs disguised as Dracula, Pumpkin, the Mummy or Frankenstein. Moreover, have lots of fun whilst making these simple crochet covers of the kid’s favourite scary characters.

Crochet mug covers

Crochet mug covers

This is a beginner level project. Therefore, everybody can try their hand at it. In fact we recommend this easy and fun pattern to get kids starting to crochet too. What do you need to make the 4 Halloween Monster Mugs covers? Only 5 balls of Katia Canada, a size H8 (US)/(5 mm) crochet hook, a wool sewing needle and some mugs. And of course, to be prepared to get really “scared” whilst making them.

Crochet mug covers

How to follow a universal pattern

This is a universal crochet pattern with symbols and diagrams. The pattern instructions do not have long texts or abbreviations. As you can see, each symbol corresponds to a crochet stitch or technique. They are available in 6 languages: Spanish · English · French · Dutch · German · Italian. Each small chart has two columns that correspond to a part of the crochet pattern.

Arrows accompany each of these small charts. They indicate if you have to crochet in the round or in rows going back and forth. Of course, each line also indicates the row number and colour; as well as the number of stitches that you must work, which are typed in front of the symbol of each stitch. Furthermore, we explain how to work the final construction, edgings and other finishing details, like the embroidery, with illustrations or drawings.

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What do you think to these universal instructions? If you follow these patterns, please tell us about your experience in the comments section.