Disney Tim Burton's: The Nightmare Before Christmas Crochet (Crochet Kits) (Mixed media product)

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This kit includes everything you need to crochet Jack Skellington and Sally, along with instructions to create 10 more characters and accessories.

Fans of the classic stop-motion animated film The Nightmare Before Christmas will enjoy crocheting the 12 projects in this kit. Included are an 88-page paperback book with step-by-step instructions and photos for each project, as well as all the materials you’ll need to crochet Jack Skellington and Sally: a crochet hook, multiple colors of yarn, felt fabric, pipe cleaners, stuffing, a needle, and embroidery thread. Additional instructions show you how to crochet the other projects, including Jack with his Santa hat and beard, the Mayor (with both faces!), Lock, Shock, Barrel, Oogie Boogie, Doctor Finklestein, Zero, Sandy Claws, and a Spiral Hill wall hanging.

About the Author


Ilaria Caliri is a crochet and amigurumi designer from Italy. She stumbled across amigurumi and became fascinated by three-dimensional crochet and the geometry behind the shapes. Ilaria started sharing her patterns on her website and began collaborating with magazines and book publishers. In addition to authoring Disney Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas Crochet, she is the author of Crochet Puppies and Crochet Dinosaurs, and co-author of Trolls Crochet Finger Puppets.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781645175780
ISBN-10: 1645175782
Publisher: Thunder Bay Press
Publication Date: July 19th, 2022
Pages: 88
Language: English
Series: Crochet Kits

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