Every year at around mid-October I start a Halloween related pattern, and every year, without fail, Halloween comes and goes and the pattern remains half crocheted. Or even, just an idea in my head that I never start.

But then The Squid Game happened. I LOVED the show and I wanted so badly to crochet one of the Game staff. And then I realized that it would be perfect as a Halloween pattern. Win-win!

You can adapt the shape on the mask to make a worker, a soldier or a manager. I chose the circle because it’s the easiest to make, but if you are struggling to make a square of a triangle with the crocheted strip, you can use cut felt instead.

Ready to make the scariest figure of the most popular TV-show of the moment? Get everything ready!

– 1 ball yarn of red or dark pink, 1 ball yarn black, and a bit of white yarn.
– A 3.5 mm hook, or the most fitting hook for your yarn
– Stuffing, tapestry needle, stitch marker and ball head pins.

sc = single crochet
inc = increase
dec = decrease
sts = stitches


HEAD (with black yarn)

R1: 7 sc in magic ring (7 st)

R2: (1 inc)x7 (14 st)

R3: (1 sc, 1 inc)x7 (21 st)

R4: (2 sc, 1 inc)x7 (28 st)

R5: (3 sc, 1 inc)x7 (35 st)

R6: (4 sc, 1 inc)x7 (42 st)

R7-18: sc even (42 st)

R19: (4 sc, 1 dec)x7 (35 st)

R20: (3 sc, 1 dec)x7 (28 st)

R21: sc even (28 st). Start stuffing.

R22: (2 sc, 1 dec)x7 (21 st)

R23: (1 sc, 1 dec)x7 (14 st)

R24: (1 dec)x7 (7 st). Finish stuffing.

Fasten off, close hole and weave in ends.


Starting with black yarn,

R1: Chain 7 stitches

R2: Starting from second chain from hook, crochet 6 stitches on the front loops of the chain and another 6 stitches in the back loops of the chain (12 st)

R3: (1 sc, 1 inc)x6 (18 st)

R4: (in back loop) sc even (18 st)

R5: 6 sc, 3 dec, 6 sc (15 st). Start stuffing.

R6: 5 sc, 3 dec, 4 sc (12 st). Switch to red yarn

R7-14: sc even (12 stitches). Cut yarn, leaving a tail.


Make another leg following the steps of the right leg, but don’t cut the yarn this time!

With the last stitch of the left leg still on the hook, insert the hook in the 7th stitch of the last row of the right leg.

R15: sc even around the right leg, and then sc even around the left leg (24 st). When you arrive to the last stitch of the right leg, make sure you secure the tail of the yarn and pull it tight to make a more even row.

R16-18: sc even (24 st)

R19: (1 dec, 10 st)x2 (22 st)

R20: (1 dec, 9 st)x2 (20 st). Start stuffing

R21-24: sc even (20 st).

R25: (1 dec, 8 st) (18 st)

R26-27: sc even (18 st). Fasten off, leaving a long tail to sew to the hood. Finish stuffing.

ARMS (make 2)

Starting with black yarn,

R1: 6 st in magic ring (6 st)

R2: (1 sc, 1 inc)x3 (9 st)

R3-4: sc even (9 st). Switch to red yarn.

R5-13: sc even (9 st). Stuff and cut yarn, leaving a long tail. Sew to the body between row 25 and 26.


With black yarn,

R1: chain 25 stitches.

R2: Starting from the second chain from the hook, crochet one stitch in every chain (24 stitches). Cut yarn, leaving a long tail.


R1: 6 stitches in magic ring (6 st)

R2: (1 inc)x6 (12 st)

R3: (1 sc, 1 inc)x6 (18 st)

R4: (2 sc, 1 inc)x6 (24 st)

R5: (3 sc, 1 inc)x6 (30 st)

R6: (4 sc, 1 inc)x6 (36 st)

R7: (5 sc, 1 inc)x6 (42 st)

R8: (6 sc, 1 inc)x6 (48 st)

R9: (7 sc, 1 inc)x6 (54 st)

R10-18: sc even (54 st). Cut yarn and weave in ends.


In white yarn,

R1: Chain 41 stitches

R2: Starting from the second chain from the hook, crochet 1 sl st in every chain (40 st). Fasten off, leaving a long tail.


Insert the head in the hood. Sew the body to the hood, and with the remaining of the yarn, sew the head to the hood.

Sew the belt above row 18 of the body and, with the remaining of the yarn, sew the zipper of the jacket up to the hood.

Sew the circle to the face. If you want, you can shape it like a triangle (soldier) or a square (manager) instead.


I’d love to see your creation so feel free to post pictures on my blog, my Facebook page Amigurinos, tag me on Facebook or Instagram (@Amigurinos) or register the project on Ravelry.

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©2021 – Designed by Belén Galán for Amigurinos – All rights reserved. This pattern is only for personal use. You cannot sell, distribute or publish this pattern or claim it as your own, partially or totally. If you want to share the pattern in any web page, blog or social media, provide a link to my blog instead of just copying it. You are not allowed to use the pictures for personal or commercial means.
You are allowed to sell the final product locally (craft fairs, family and friends, charity…); I only ask you to kindly credit me as the designer.

Thanks and happy crocheting!

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