Hungry Monster Candy Bag by Jennifer Middleton

Hungry Monster Candy Bag

October 2017
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
5.0 mm (H)
One Size: 7.5" to 11" W x 13.5" H (without handle)
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This pattern is available for FREE on my blog. The downloadable PDF listed for sale contains the full pattern (including all sizes, charts and tutorials), in one printable file without advertisements.

How much fun would your little one have while walking around trick-or-treating, feeding their own little Hungry Monster Candy Bag? I know Claire sure can’t wait to use this little guy. She and her older brother have been trying to figure out just how much candy this little guy can eat.

This paid PDF includes all photo tutorials and is an Ad-Free version.

Yarn: The yarn in the sample is Lily Sugar n’ Cream cotton yarn. Yardages are as follows: (Black: 240 yards) (White: 15 yards) (Orange: 40 yards) (Green: 45 yards) (Purple: 30 yards)

Candy Bag is an A Crocheted Simplicity original design.

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This design, the pattern, and the images are property of A Crocheted Simplicity. The buyer may use this pattern for personal use and charity. Sales of finished items are also permitted, credit given to A Crocheted Simplicity is greatly appreciated. No part of this document may be reproduced, altered, or distributed in any form, or by any means, without express written permission from Jennifer Pionk.