An artistic mother crotchets her sons' Halloween costumes each year, and the results are positively adorable. 

Stephanie Pokorny from Cleveland, Ohio learned how to crochet when she was 16 and has fully embraced the medium with her website Crochetverse, where she posts photos of her projects and patterns for readers.

She also shares snaps of her sons dressed up in the Halloween costumes that she makes herself, a series of cozy crotchet creations that cover them from head to toe. 

So talented! Stephanie Pokorny from Cleveland, Ohio crotchets her sons' Halloween costumes each year, and the results are positively adorable

Amazing! Her youngest sons, seven-year-old Jacob and four-year-old Jack, still love dressing up in mom's trick-or-treat creations

'Our family is absolutely obsessed with all things Halloween, and so each year I freehand crochet full-body Halloween costumes,' she said

Stephanie has four sons. While two have grown a bit old for cutesy costumes — 22 and 17 — her youngest, seven-year-old Jacob and four-year-old Jack, still love dressing up in mom's trick-or-treat creations.  

'Our family is absolutely obsessed with all things Halloween, and so each year I freehand crochet full-body Halloween costumes, with no actual crochet patterns, for my children,' she explained in a piece for BoredPanda last year.

'Sometimes these unique costumes are from classic 80s movies, other times from whatever movie or toy is popular at the time,' she went on. 

In the past, she's made costumes of Pennywise the clown, Predator, Smurfs, a garden gnome, ET, Harry Potter, and 'Mickey Mouse pizza,' something her son invented.

'Once they choose their Halloween costume ideas, I begin on bringing them to life. They love to follow along with my progress, and each day they ask, “Is it done yet?”' she said

'Once they choose their Halloween costume ideas, I begin on bringing them to life. They love to follow along with my progress, and each day they ask, “Is it done yet?”'

'I begin working somewhere near the end of September/early October on their pieces,' she told Jessie at Home. 

'I start with the body and then I save the face for last because I feel like that’s when it really comes to life,' she added in an interview with People.

'I start with the body and then I save the face for last because I feel like that’s when it really comes to life,' Stephanie said

Predator mom! Stephanie was taught to crochet by her grandmother, and her own mother used to make her costumes as a kid  

It's also a way to make good memories. Stephanie was taught to crochet by her grandmother, and her own mother used to make her costumes as a kid.  

'It brings me such joy to be able to do the same for my children!' she said, adding: 'The costumes are like my fun time. It’s where I take a hiatus from the work and just enjoy the process.'

Stephanie also makes some costumes and wearables for herself, including hats, masks, and other headpieces. 

Hats off! She shares pictures online and also publishes patterns so readers can try the projects at home

Children'S Stripe Shirt

The fun-loving mom said: 'The costumes are like my fun time. It’s where I take a hiatus from the work and just enjoy the process'

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