Ghostly Boo Garden Stake

Ghostly Boo Garden Stake

Ghostly Boo Garden Stake
Ghostly Boo Garden Stake

"A super cute, fun and quick project for your fall seasonal decor attached to a garden stake. This can be used indoors or outdoors. Or, if so desired, use the appliqués on a pillow, tote or blanket. You could also make 2 of each, fill with polyfil and have cute little decorative pillows or shelf-sitters. I used black acrylic paint to paint the stake. I used Bernat Softee Chunky Yarn and an 8mm hook for the ghost and the letters. I used worsted weight yarn and a 6mm hook for the purple dots. A fun project to add to your home decor."

NotesHow cute will this be placed at the front entrance of your home to welcome visitors?! I think he's sure to put a smile on visitors' faces and not fear...lol. I hope you will enjoy this project as much as I have.

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook, L/11 or 8 mm hook

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

Crochet GaugeNot important for this project.

Finished SizeThe ghost measures 10" tall; the letters 7" tall.

Materials List

  • Bernat Softee Chunky Yarn - Natural, Pumpkin, Black and Green
  • Red Heart Super Saver - Amethyst
  • Garden Stake
  • Crafter's Glue
  • Tapestry needle (for weaving)

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That is just adorable, and what a way to show off your crochet skills to the neighborhood. I was telling my eldest daughter about this project, and she wondered if it couldnt be made into a wall hanging as well. I cant see any reason why not. The only tiny change I would make would be instead of some of the purple circles, have tiny crocheted candy corn instead.

I like the occasional project where the gauge is not important. There are so many uses for this garden stake. IN your garden, of course on your deck strapped to one of the railings inside a large flower pot. If you chose not to attach it to a stake, just use it as a wall hanging.

This looks like a cute and fun decorative Halloween item. Just curious how these hold up if you use them as an outdoor decoration? Does it stay looking good if you leave it outside for the entire month of October or do you have to bring it indoors after dark to keep it looking good?

It should hold up just fine outside. I had my garden flag outside all summer and it still looks great.

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