Knot Just Any Hood

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Knot Just Any Hood Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Men



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Pattern Description:

This funky hood can be worked up quickly with just under 100g of double knit 8ply yarn. The hood section is easy to work with half double crochet stitches from the back to the front, leading on to a wonderfully chunky ribbed band using front post and back post double crochet stitches. The hood is finished with herringbone half double crochet ties with chunky knots tied at the tops.

Pattern has been fully tested by several wonderful members of my Ravelry pattern testing group to ensure that it is error free and ready for sale!

Finished size: 20 - 23 inch head

Yarn: 90g of 3/Light/Worsted/8ply yarn

Hook: H (5mm)

Gauge: 4 hdc sts and 2.5 rows per in (2.5cm)

Terminology: US

Other items needed: Stitch Marker and darning needle

Level of Difficulty: Easy

Format of pattern: PDF

Style: Written with all abbreviations and special stitches noted in the pattern.

If you have any questions or queries about this pattern please do not hesitate to contact me!

Text and images by Lolly's Crafty Crochet & Laura Tegg, all rights reserved. No pattern may be reproduced or distributed mechanically, electronically, or by any other means, including photocopying, without written permission. Finished products created with this pattern may be used for commercial sale. Design credit should be given to Lolly's Crafty Crochet when item is listed for sale.

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I love to create, beautiful designs and patterns that are easy to follow and clear to read for those with any level of skill to enjoy. Plus all of the patterns available to buy have been tested by at least two Ravelry members before they were published.

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