Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Knit Hat

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My 6 year old son loves the TMNT. Last winter I wanted to play around with charts and fair-isle style knitting so I found a chart for the turtles and made him a knit hat out of it. Each of the turtles are represented around the hat.
My son loves it!
 2014 03 21 TMNT Hat Blog

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Elizabeth Ruth

Elizabeth Ruth

Elizabeth is a children's book author and designer of knit and crochet character hats under the brand The Ruthless Crafter. In her spare time she loves to read, watch movies, spend time with her family, and swim. She lives a full, happy life in Kitchener, Ontario with her husband and their two children.

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