I found these really cool Toadstools on Pinterest.
It's a pattern in Dutch, by GrietjeKarwietje and she has loads more Dutch patterns.
But since I tough myself how to crochet via English tutorials, I'm not familiar with Dutch crocheting terminology.
I had a bit of a hard time figuring out what to do, but when I got a hang of it, the toadstool was finished fast.
Only: It's lumpy and has bumps where I decreased stitches...
I also didn't like the fact that the underside of the hood is red, real toadstools have white(ish) undersides...
So I started another toadstool and made the base larger, crocheted the underside white and broader and finished he hood in red.
I'm happier with this one, but still: Lumps where the decreases are...
And since you crochet round after round, without joining a row with a slip stitch there is an awkward "dent" (can't find the right English word) where the white ends en the red starts.
After watching a Dutch video on YouTube, I figured out why I got lumps (Here is the English version). I didn't do the decreases the right way. That's what you get when you think you know how to do a stitch, deducing it from another stitch, but never actually look it up...
So I'm making another one.... Using what I know from crocheting Joshua's Owl-hat and applying that to this pattern.
I'm also trying to write out the pattern (using English crocheting terms, if anyone wants Dutch, let me know!).
That's it for now, I'll keep you updated on my Toadstool adventure!