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10 Minute Creepy Eyeball Rose

By: Kati Brown from hookedbykati.com
10 Minute Creepy Eyeball Rose
10 Minute Creepy Eyeball Rose

"The creepy-but-cute Eyeball Rose works up very fast and is a really fun way to use scrap yarn or add to your craft fair supplies. They are great for general Halloween decorating, they can be made into a hair clippy for a great spooky look, or glued to a stick for an eerie bouquet. I just love the way these turn out and how versatile they are. The fact that they only take a few minutes is just a bonus."

Beginner

Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Finished Sizeabout 4 inches in diameter

Materials List

  • H (5.00 mm) hook
  • Tapestry needle
  • 1.5 inch plastic eyeball (Dollar Store)
  • Fabric or Elmer's Glue

Instructions

Instructions are written in US terms, using Craft Yarn Council abbreviations.

Assembly

Eyeball is glued to center of rose.

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Very appropriate for this coming Halloween, this creepy eyeball. Because it's nicely done and the background is gree, this eyeball is not so creepy though. Nevertheless it's still fun to use this coming Halloween

What a clever idea, and I know just the bunch of teenage boys who will love these! Great idea making a Halloween wreath from them, too. I have the yarn, the pom makers, and the wreath form, so all I need to do is hit the dollar stores in search of those creepy eyeballs. I might even just work up the parts and let the grands assemble their own.

I had to add this in. I went to the Dollar Tree today and bought 5 packages of a dozen each. The pupils were purple, green and red, so you could vary the color of the rosette.

I would say this IS the perfect fall craft fair offering because it can be made on the CHEAP and takes almost none of your time. Hence, a pretty good markup and profit margin for you! I like projects like that. Also, the black yarn with the vivid rainbow colored trim around it really makes the eye "pop"! Thanks for a fun little way to spend an evening- making a dozen of these for a bouquet.

It's too late for our craft fair this year, but thanks for the tip. I'll definitely keep in mind for next year!

I usually don't get into Halloween that much. I am a retired single lady. But these got to me. I have four young grand kids that would like them. They are so easy to make that I can make four in no time. I have seen those eyes at the dollar store!

I'll be on the look out to clean them and Walmart out. In a pinch, you could use a ping pong ball, too.

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