Who can resist dressing up for Hallowe’en, eh? Most kids I know can”t! Which is why, when I saw a crochet pattern to make a Frankenstein monster hat on etsy, I clicked & bought. Pattern had instructions to make 3 different sizes, using Aran yarn. I didn’t have any in my stash, so I used DK and altered number of stitches & rows slightly.
I made two because the first one, on the left, turned out perhaps a little snug for the person I was planning on gifting it to. Not to worry, my 92cm Daisy doll (Monika Levenig) is quite happy to wear that one.
The second one, was posted to the person I thought of when I first saw the pattern. To Little Miss Viking – yay! She turned 3 in August, goes to nursery 5 mornings a week, and is growing up fast (sadly we haven’t seen her in over 2 years). Anyway, she loves dressing up, and has a thing about monsters, zombies, and lions at the moment. To respect privacy, Daddy Viking blurred out her face . . . but this is Little Miss Viking literally seconds after having ripped the package open.
Maybe not the best photo of the actual hat lol, but you get the general idea!