Welcome to the Halloween Round-Up edition of Sunday School! It's a collection of the most fun Halloween projects that I've found this month - and a completely awesome music video featuring some really cool crochet!
There are two amazing projects over at GoodKnits.com, a bat bowtie (which would make an awesome decoration for a headband too) and a cool superhero mask... It may be called Good Knits, but the crochet over there is awesome too!
Crochet Happy, my friend Tracy's amazing site, has a terrific collection of Halloween project links. Some of them are paid, but most of them are free! There are home decor projects, hats, shawls, and amigurumi! It's a party going on over there!! Click HERE to join the fun!
My friend Teeni, over at the Mad Crochet Lab, has several spooky Halloween projects! She's got a really adorable 'evil pumpkin' finger puppet and a really scary-fun skull pattern. Both of her patterns are available for sale in her Craftsy shop, but I'm going to send you to her blog, because I know you'll love it!
Woolly Toons has a project that isn't specifically for Halloween, but since it involves a character from my very most favorite Halloween-time movie, I had to link to it! It's the Shrunken Head Guy from Beetlejuice! I'm in awe of this one! Kim is amazing!
My friend Nyan-pon has more costume ideas on her site than anyone else I know (she's got a whole page on her site, NyanPon's Knits and Crochet, devoted to costumes!)! She's kinda really awesome that way! Go over there and check out her ears and tails for pretty much every animal that has ears and tails! And Ninja swag! And a crochet wig! Go there now!!!
Okay, last, but not least, this video is completely worth watching. I've never seen anything like it, and it features a stop-motion crochet quadropus (4-legged squid!) as the main character. I am completely smitten! It's on Vimeo, but not on YouTube, so I can't stream it directly from the blog which means you're going to have to click the link. But it's soooo worth it! It's a music video for Wax Taylor's song 'Time To Go' featuring Aloe Blacc and shot by Oh Yeah Wow. *Spoiler alert: it did make Mims cry, so preview it if you're planning to watch with little ones... (nothing gross, or unsafe, just a little sad)
Once you watch it, I'd love to hear what you think of the video in the comments below!