Halloween is not the only way to celebrate.
In Mexico, the 1st of November is called Day of the Dead. While it sounds sombre, it’s a celebration of the life and times of those who have departed before us. In addition to the de rigeur black backgrounds, DdlM decorations feature skull motifs and dizzying colors. Indeed, some of the most colorful, exciting and fun designs are to be seen. In particular, rich, saturated reds, greens, blues and yellows feature prominently in these designs. Of course, because how you celebrate is highly personal, the actual design and color choice is entirely up to you.
Dia de los Muertos CAL
To begin with not only do we have a beautiful DdlM design, but also a CAL. To summerize, the latter is a fun way to interact with your fellow crocheters and concurrently work on your own ebodiments of the same project.
The full article about this pattern is on Ravelry: