Dia de los Muertos CAL – Part 4

It is time for the last Part of this CAL. A part where we will bring back color and joy by crocheting the “flower crowns” and border. It is also time to bring your skulls to life by doing some simple embroidery stitch work. Only making two white bulbs in the eye holes will make this whole thing come alive. It will be some work to finish this Part but once you finish you will be so happy with your end result and take a moment to realize you actually crocheted a pretty hard pattern with a lot of techniques and stitches. I wish sometimes I made things easier but it seems my talent takes me always to bridges to cross when it comes to getting a pattern out which can be understood by many crafters. Through the weeks I think I found out I succeeded and that brings me joy.

Some little notes in advance before you download this Part :

  • When you decided to not use any skulls on your project, there are no changes for this weeks Part. Part 3 holds all the instructions for this adjustments and Part 4 is just the same for both options.
  • Please keep the Information Guide besides the pattern parts as they hold the abbreviations list for colors and stitches in the pattern parts. If you didn’t find them, you can download it here.
  • As stated due personal reasons I can’t give any of you help where needed. I know I told in the introduction guide this would be the way, but personal life has changed a bit. You can read all about it on the post about that subject. For this reason there are some different Facebook groups started by own initiative which I adore and am happy for. If you get stuck or need help try to reach out there. Our community is a helpfull one so the more experienced under us will help the less experienced, I’m sure of that. The Facebook group which will be runned by Marie from DotsYarnDen is the one I will keep an eye out on the background as this one is officially discussed with me and she has been such a great help these last weeks providing kits for our American side of the world. Here you can find that group.

And here are the downloads for Part 4 in all available languages :

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