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About The Pattern
This is a listing for a digital PDF pattern only. It is not a kit or finished product. You will be sent a download link when your payment has processed.
Available in English.
Sizes: baby 6-12 mths, toddler 12m-3yrs, and child 3-10 yrs
This pattern is written in American crochet terminology and includes detailed instructions and clear photographs to help you create this quirky monster.
Easy and quick to crochet. Fabulous for gifts, promoting imaginative play, and general all round fun.
Pattern uses light worsted weight (DK/8 ply) yarn and a size H (5.0mm) and size F (3.75mm) hooks.
Level of Difficulty & Skills Required
Intermediate: This pattern is friendly in that most crocheters will be comfortable with it. The accessories are for a more seasoned crocheter in that they require some concentration. Pattern requires knowledge of hand sewing to affix accessories to the hat.
U.S. Terms Used: Single crochet (sc), half double crochet (hdc), double crochet (dc), treble crochet (tr) increases & decreases, magic ring, hand sewing, weave in ends
What Wool Comes With the Kit?
Our kits contain Koigu’s exquisite DK weight merino superwash wool. The wool is spun from the finest merino sheep in the world. Plied for durability, this lightweight wool is soft, silky, and retains the natural elasticity of merino.
In addition to being natural and biodegradable, merino wool is very soft, breathable, sleek, elegant and exceptionally stylish. In contrast to synthetics, merino reacts to changes in body temperature and helps you stay warm when the weather is cold, and cool when the weather is hot. It’s also exquisite to work with.
Koigu is a local Ontario, family-owned business whose yarn is painted, hanked, labelled and shipped by the Landra women and a small handful of local employees. While they use the efficiency of machines where they can, every skein sent out into the world is lovingly painted by hand and is a truly unique work of art.
The Ruthless Crafter is proud to partner with local, handmade businesses.
This kit contains the yarn and pattern you need to crochet one hat. Only the highest quality materials are included for you to make the most enchanting Hazel.
Koigu Kersti DK, 100% Merino superwash (104m/113yd per 50g skein)
❀ 50g Green
❀ 50g Pink
❀ 25g Black
❀ 16g Natural
Wool made and kit assembled in Canada
Pattern & Image Copyright
Pattern © Elizabeth Ruth of TheRuthlessCrafter.com, 2017.
This pattern is an original design and all content, including the inherent design and all images are the copyright and design right of The Ruthless Crafter (Elizabeth Ruth). Reproducing, distributing, or selling this pattern, either in the original or any modified format, via any media, whether digital or physical, is strictly prohibited.
You are welcome to sell any finished items you have made from a pattern you have purchased from me. If you choose to sell the finished products from my patterns online please give me credit as the original designer together with a link in your product listing to my website at TheRuthlessCrafter.com.
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About The Designer
Elizabeth Ruth is a crochet and knit designer who runs her online shop, The Ruthless Crafter, from Kitchener, Ontario CANADA. In 2017, she debuted the Monster’s Ball Collection, her first collection of originally designed crochet monster character hat patterns, kits, and limited edition pieces that were featured on news sources that include Yahoo!, NBC, CBS, & USA TODAY.
Elizabeth is known for using pops of colour. Her patterns are perfect for knitters and crocheters looking to create playful pieces.
Each pattern includes an original children’s story about the pattern’s character. The stories can be read aloud to children. The hats can be used to act out the story or as a costume where the wearer can become the character – it’s a fantastic tool to encourage imaginative play and literacy.