I’d be happy to provide you with a simple description of how to crochet a ghost from plush yarn using a free pattern. Please note that I can’t display the actual pattern here, but I can guide you through the general steps to create a cute crochet ghost.

Materials Needed:

  • Plush yarn in white (or any desired ghost color)
  • Crochet hook suitable for your yarn (usually a size smaller than what’s recommended on the yarn label)
  • Safety eyes or embroidery floss for the eyes
  • Fiberfill stuffing
  • Yarn needle
  • Scissors

Pattern Steps:

  1. Start with Magic Ring: Create a magic ring by making a small loop with your yarn. Insert your hook through the loop, yarn over, and pull up a loop. Chain 1 to secure the loop.
  2. Body: Work in continuous rounds unless otherwise specified. Single crochet (sc) 6 stitches into the magic ring. Pull the tail to tighten the ring.
  3. Increase Rounds: In the next round, work 2 sc in each stitch around (12 stitches). Continue increasing in each round until the ghost body reaches the desired size. This will give the ghost its rounded shape.
  4. Straight Rounds: Work several rounds of single crochet without increasing to form the body of the ghost. Adjust the number of rounds based on the size you want.
  5. Decrease Rounds: Begin decreasing by working 2 sc together (sc2tog) in the first stitch, then 1 sc in the next stitch. Repeat this pattern around the entire round. Continue decreasing in each round until the ghost opening is small enough to close.
  6. Stuffing: Before closing the ghost, stuff it firmly with fiberfill to give it a plump shape.
  7. Closing: Finish closing the top of the ghost by decreasing until the opening is completely shut. Fasten off the yarn and weave in the end.
  8. Eyes: Attach safety eyes or use embroidery floss to sew on the eyes. You can also embroider the eyes if you prefer.
  9. Optional: Mouth and Embellishments: You can create a small mouth or add other embellishments using yarn or felt, depending on the style you want.
  10. Finishing: Weave in any remaining yarn tails and trim excess.

Remember, this is a basic description to give you an idea of how to crochet a ghost from plush yarn using a free pattern. Be sure to find a detailed pattern online or in a crochet book for precise stitch counts and instructions. Happy crocheting!