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Tiny Spider for Halloween Free Crochet Patterns

Put the Eeeek! in Halloween.

So, arachnophobe… much? Although they are a bit creepy crawly, spiders are certainly one of central themes of Halloween. Of course, you can (and probably should) put a fat, juicy Shelob in your front yard to frighten the unwary, but a tiny spider for Halloween will be the perfect addition to your thematic outfit, or a costume. Indeed, these tiny black widows (redbacks, to our Australian friends) are the perfect accompaniament to a witch outfit, or a black, lacy number worn to a Halloween party. Really, there is no limit on how risque and noire you can be when you wear them.

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Spider Web Necklace

To begin with, this tiny spider for halloween resides on your neck in its very own spider web necklace. Overall, this snug almost choker is a super attractive, somewhat naughty but oh, so thematic must-have accessory. Additionally, the spider itself can be a pendant on a chain or earrings… or all three to make a complete set.

The full article about the pattern is available on instructables.com:

Spider Web Necklace

Black Widow Spider Pendant

 

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Tiny Spider

Next, here is another tiny spider for Halloween. It sports super realistic legs and consequently will definitely make people look twice when they see one. Indeed, I can just imagine putting one amongst the apples in a tabletop basket, or on the bathroom vanity. Without a doubt, this would be a fun gag.


The full article about the pattern is available on Ravelry.
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