Halloween. It's one of my favorite holidays. Not in a dark way, but in an I'm-so-excited-it's-Fall-and-the-holidays-are-about-to-start sort of way. Also, candy.
This year I've been getting some really fun costume requests from my friends. I'm up for a challenge and for making something new so I can't help but say yes.
One of my friends just had a baby and they're doing a Thomas the Train family costume theme. The baby gets to be Sir Toppem Hat, so naturally she needed his namesake accessory. That's where I came in.
I made it up as I went and decided to write it down for you. This is an easily adaptable pattern. Feel free to play with it, make it bigger, smaller, shorter, taller, add a hat band, a flower, or a button... whatever! Just make it yours. Upload it to my Ravelry page so we can all see. And be sure to give it heart so you can find it later.
Yes, that's a lot of single crocheting... but look how cute!
Click the "PRINT FRIENDLY" button at the top of the page to download and print the full pattern. Here's some quick info for you:
- Worsted weight yarn (10 ply/8 wpi): 1.8 - 2.5 oz
- US G-6 / 4.00 mm crochet hook
- Newborn - 12” around
- Bigger babies - up to 18” around (9-12 months)
play hard ... play hooky