All Treat, No trick

So Halloween is basically here, so I figure, it's time for a new, Halloween themed pattern.

I was searching online for a pattern for an easy bat, but I really couldn't find any, so I figured, why not make one? So I did, and I think it turned out really nicely. You might recognize this bat sewn onto the girls Halloween hat (left) available here.

These pins are available to buy here.

So here are some photos of what you can make!

Final Product:

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Lion Brand Cotton/Lily Sugar'n Cream
/Lion Brand Cotton-Ease
(basically any 100% cotton works)
-Crochet Hook-Size G6 4.00mm
-Needle to sew in ends with

-SL.ST = Slip Stitch
-SC = Single Crochet
-HDC = Half Double Crochet
-DC = Double Crochet
-Ch = Chain
-M.P. = Mini Picot (ch 2, sl.st in first ch)
*probably not called a mini picot, but i didn't have a name for it, if anyone knows what this is called, please leave a comment :)

Ch 16
Rnd 1: Hdc 1 in 2nd ch from hook, m.p, hdc 2, m.p, sc 2, m.p, sc 3, m.p, sc2, m.p, hdc 2, m.p, hdc 1, sl.st 1 in same as last. Turn upside down and ch 2
Rnd 2: *On backside. (In where you put the last hdc and sl.st) dc 1, hdc 2, sc3, m.p, sc1, m.p, sc4, hdc 2, dc 1 in first 2 ch.
Sew on some eyes and a mouth and tweak the wings a bit, and you have a cute little bat!
You can also sew on a pin or some bobby pins to attach it to some clothes or put in your hair.

And that's all, simple, quick, and you're ready to go out and show some Halloween spirit!

Check out some bigger bats and how to make them here.

Happy Halloween everyone!


  1. Cute! Linking up at Tangled Happy tomorrow. Thanks for sharing this. :)

  2. When i did it i chained 16 then ended up with extra at the end i don't know where i went wrong :/

  3. http://www.louiesloops.com/2012/07/holy-free-pattern-batman.html?m=1


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