Two pictures of crocheted dragons and a burning crochet project.

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It’s time to fire up some fire-themed crochet projects.

As crocheters, we know the basic elements of life are earth, wind, fire and yarn. So, let us make some “burning” crochet projects to celebrate the fact. Undoubtedly, some people may think this odd, but there is no reason that the element of fire can’t be evoked in crochet, in many different ways. To this end, we have put together a small set of fire-related crochet projects that will definitely be enjoyable to make and to have as finished projects. Overall, these are easy and playful patterns that will also be a great way to bond with the kids.

Fire Breathing Dragon

To begin with, here is a burning crochet project right out of the fairy tales. Undoubtedly this fire breathing dragon is a great addition to your kids’ mythological playground. Moreover, it’s also highly cuystomizable, so you can adapt it to very particular dragon lore preferences.

fire breathing dragon

The full article about this pattern is on  blog:

Fire Breathing Dragon

More info about project photographed on Ravelry.

Dumpster Fire Amigurumi

Are you not impressed with the world today? Not to worry, here is an amazing burning crochet project that will let you express your disdain for the way things are going in a playful and therapeutic way.

dumster fire

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One Comment

  1. Stephanie says:

    Easy to follow and the results are perfect! Thank you!

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