I just love the look of this hood. It is crocheted with the hdc in the 3rd loop stitch, which makes it look knit. It is crocheted rather loosely so makes it looser than most hooded cowls, which are stiffer because of the yarn used. Not so with this pattern, you get the best of both worlds. It's both cute stylish and super comfortable and warm. I love that it fits snuggly around your neck and can go under your coat and completely protects you from the weather. You will need anywhere from 125 yards of yarn to 270 depending on size you are making
3 hdc in 3rd rows = 1 1/2"
4hdc = 2"
|Women, Girls, Boys, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized|
I started crocheting when I was 13 yrs old. I mainly crocheted blankets. I stopped crocheting when I was around 25. I am now a grandmother of 6. I quit my regular job when it became apparent I was ...
I started crocheting when I was 13 yrs old. I mainly crocheted blankets. I stopped crocheting when I was around 25. I am now a grandmother of 6. I quit my regular job when it became apparent I was having issue with a regular attendance due to some medical issues. In 2010 I started to babysit my grandkids. I needed something else to do so I took up crocheting again. That is when my true addiction started. I now have a spare room full of yarn. I think I have around 6 totes of projects completed, so I started going to craft fairs. I have crocheted so much that I am now confident in designing my own patterns. I hope you all enjoy my patterns.View all patterns by designer (11) »