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Free Patterns: Eerily beautiful Eyeballs

Halloween is coming ...

Do you need a nice decoration option for Halloween?

Crochet bloody eyeballs. The eyes are quickly crocheted and are also suitable as a small gift.

Have fun with this pattern.

What material will you need
  • Cotton yarn: white color for the iris red

  • Safety Eyes individual size

  • crochet hook US B (1); UK 14 (2 mm) and US B (1); UK 12 (2,5 mm)

  • Toy Stuffing





yarn: color of your choice and white

- start with the iris / back loop only

Round 0: magic ring with 6 sc = 6 st

Round 1: inc every sc = 12 st

Round 2: inc every 2nd sc = 18 st

Round 3: inc every 3rd sc = 24 st

- change the color to white

Round 4: sc into sc = 24 st

- single crochets in both loops

Round 5: inc every 4th sc = 30 st

Round 6: inc every 5th sc = 36 st

Round 7 to 10: sc into sc x 4 = 36 st

- attach safety eyes / in the middle of the magic ring

Round 11: dec every 5th with 6th sc = 30 st

Round 12: dec every 4th with 5th sc = 24 st

Round 13: dec every 3rd with 4th sc = 18 st

Round 14: dec every 2nd with 3rd sc = 12 st

- fill the eye with toy stuffing

Round 15: dec every 1st with 2nd sc = 6 st

- pass the sewing needle through the 6 stitches, tighten and hide the yarn



  • slip stitch on the iris and 3 chain stitches

  • now skip 2 stitches of your choice

  • crochet a slip stitch to attach the vein

  • 3 chain stitches again and fasten at a desired point with a slip stitch

  • repeat this step 3-4 times around the eye

  • in the end all veins meet at the end of the round; crochet a chain space with 10-15 chain stitches

  • sew up the end yarn

  • finished eyeball

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