Trick or treat!
Please meet Peko-chan (ペコちゃん), who absolutely loves candy, and Halloween!
The brave little girl isn’t afraid of no ghouls or ghosts — she loves zombie horror flicks, and isn’t afraid to sleep all on her own.
Who will she meet down Halloween street this year?
Peko-chan: Are you supposed to be a cowboy? Coz’ that looks more like a farmer’s hat…
Peko-chan: I think your Halloween bucket’s a wee bit big for you. Wanna exchange?
P/S: Peko-chan is named after candy company Fujiya’s cute mascot, little Peko-chan. おなかがペコペコ (Onaka ga peko peko) simply means “I’m hungry” in Japanese. To those who are celebrating All Hallows’ Eve, I hope you’ll go slow on the sweets! Happy Halloween!
こんばんは! Please meet Mr Murasaki, who unfortunately, enjoys napping on the job.
The snoozing cutie is especially designed in collaboration with the amazingly-talented Joanne Loh of Craft Passion, who absolutely adores anything remotely owl-like.
And as for you, my friends, we’ve decided to share this super-kawaii amigurumi pattern with you! Just head on over to Craft Passion to find the pattern, detailed step-by-step photos included!
Working with Joanne has been extremely fun, and I look forward to having more collaborations in the future!
Psst: Mr Murasaki, who finds it exhausting to be around people, is a fan of few words. Nevertheless, his favourite phrase is ねむいな (Nemui-na) or I’m so sleepy!
CLICK HERE FOR THE FREE PATTERN.