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Crochet wig

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A Stitch At A Time for Amy B Stitched: Princess Leia FREE Crochet Beanie Pattern

IN A GALAXY FAR, FAR AWAY....... I was just a young grade schooler when STAR WARS hit the big screen for the first time!! All...

Wild, Wacky and Wonderful: 10 Free Crochet Wig Patterns!

I've noticed quite a few crocheted wigs lately - from the silly to the fantastical, they're a whole lot of fun. These hair-look hats crack me up! Crochet wig patterns are perfect for Halloween or fancy dress, and make the kids' dress up box so much more fun. So hat's off to the designers of these 10 free crochet wig patterns! 10 Free Crochet Wig Patterns Princess Hat With Crown and Braids by Corina Gray, on Stitch11: So cute! What little princess wouldn't love to have one of these? Halloween…

So, It’s late August…that means end of summer, back to school, and…if you’re obsessed like myself…HALLOWEEN TIME! Ha! Not actually, but it MOST definitely means time to start getting ready! Of course one could buy their costumes, but oh no…NOT ME…I must MAKE THEM ALL! So, starting early, I decided to dabble into crochet …

So, It’s late August…that means end of summer, back to school, and…if you’re obsessed like myself…HALLOWEEN TIME! Ha! Not actually, but it MOST definitely means time to start getting ready! Of course one could buy their costumes, but oh no…NOT ME…I must MAKE THEM ALL! So, starting early, I decided to dabble into crochet …

How To Make a Curly Yarn Wig | Miss Kopy Kat blog...this tutorial shows a grey wig but it can be made in any color

My youngest granddaughters are going to be the sister combo characters of "Little Red Riding Hood" and her "Grandmother" this Halloween. I offered to make a yarn wig for "Granny" even though I have never made one before. I was sure I could find a tutorial somewhere on the internet. I did find one that was "oh so close" to what I had in mind. Heidi at the blog "Hands Occupied" made a yarn wig for her husband one year to wear on Halloween that looked like I could "kopy kat" her technique…