Leg Lamp Applique Crochet Pattern

Leg Lamp Applique Crochet Pattern

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Leg Lamp Applique Crochet Pattern
Leg Lamp Applique Crochet Pattern

Looking for a fun and funky applique for your next crochet project? This leg lamp applique crochet pattern will help you hook the wackiest ugly sweater for that holiday party or a new unique Christmas ornament for your family’s tree. You could even add it to a Christmas stocking for a rather meta design element! It could also add just the right amount of kicky sass to that boring pillow you always hide behind all the others on the couch. Sew on this leg lamp applique and that pillow will suddenly deserve the limelight!

Difficulty LevelIntermediate

Crochet HookE/4 or 3.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished SizeAbout 9″ tall and 4.5″ wide

Materials List

  • About 25 yards each of worsted weight yarn in Dark Gold, Light Gold, Peach, and Black

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THE BEST!!! I watch this movie about five times every Christmas season.

What a cute leg lamp appliqu. This would be a great gift for anyone who loves A Christmas Story. There are so many amazing things you could do with this one pattern, I do not know where to begin. This would be awesome as a Christmas ornament, and would be a great gift as such.

Wouldn't this be funny as an applique on your ugly Christmas sweater?! There are a lot of little parts to crochet, though, so if you don't mind that sort of project, then more power to you. It's a cool and fun idea but I am not sure if I would make this for myself- maybe for my girlfriend!

I can think of about ten different people who would love this as a Christmas ornament. Its a lot larger than I expected, so Im going to see if theres any way I can work it up to be slightly smaller. I might make the leg thinner as well since Ill be using fabric stiffener, so I dont have to worry about it bending too much. This is just wildbrings back so many happy memories.

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