Kevin - Halloween Minion costume idea

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Kevin - Halloween Minion costume idea Pattern


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Women, Men, Girls, Boys, Infant/Baby



Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Pattern Description:

Supercute idea for Halloween, add blue overalls and a yellow shirt and have your little follower collect all the candy!

This pattern is in English and is worked in US crochet terms.

Updated: Pattern includes 9 sizes now.

Baby 0-3 months
Baby 6-12 months
Baby 12-24 months
Toddler 2-4 years
Child 4-6 years
Child 6-10 years


Any yarn that is specified for hook needle size is 4-5 mm, should work well with this pattern.

Example: Yarn thickness group C, 50 gr = 82 yds
SC 10x10cm (4x4) = 17st x 22rows
HDC 10x10cm (4x4) = 13st x 11rows

Hook Needle 4-5mm

Yarn Needle


Stitches used:
CH - Chain
SLST - Slipstitch
SC - Single Crochet
HDC - Half Double crochet
SCDEC - SC Decrease
The Invisible Join: explained with image

If you have an older version of this pattern, please contact me for a new one.

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Please NOTE: All character hats are FUN and FAN and are not official products.
Disclaimer: The term Minion is not mine, this hat was inspired by the movie and the characters. This is a Fan Made Product. I do not own trademarks regarding this movie or the characters in it.

(c) Patricia Stuart 2013 This pattern and items made from it are intended for your personal use only.

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I'm a mum of 2 beautiful little human beings, aged 4 and 5. Staying at home to give my youngest the best help and support to give him a good start in life, as he has severe speech and language difficulties.

So I needed a hobby and I discovered I had a hidden talent in Crochet. I like to design and to make new things. I'm not good at repeating projects. Once a project is finished, I'm ready to ...

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