Through the Woods Hooded Neckwarmer

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Through the Woods Hooded Neckwarmer Pattern


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Knitting: Through the Woods Hooded Neckwarmer
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Skill Level:

intermediate skill level requirement Advanced

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • long tail cast on
  • knit
  • purl
  • cable
  • pick up and knit stitches
  • bind off

Pattern Description:

Gather warmth on your journey over the mountains.
And Through the Woods....

This whimsical accessory will ward off the harsh winter cold
while keeping you safely disguised from the lurking dangers of the wild woods.

Perfect for your long walk to Grandmother's house with your picnic basket in tow.

Features a very easy to remember Cable pattern and there's no abbreviations to keep track of. Everything is explained clearly. The only abbreviations used are K and P! :)


4st=1 inch in cable pattern

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • one size-adult


  • approx. 350 yards of Aran weight wool
  • size US#10.5 24" circular needles
  • Size US#3 needles

You Will Also Need:

  • 5-1" buttons

Pattern Reviews

Pattern Reviews

Average Review (of 2 reviews)
thumper5316 on

Good Cute and comfy  March 2, 2013

I made this a couple of years ago. Living in Minnesota I wanted something that would keep the head and neck warm. One change that I made was I knit some eyelets under the fold of the hood and threaded a tie that I made with Pom-poms on the ends so that I could tie it up tighter when the wind was blowing. It's warm and cute to boot!

silverharmony on

Excellent No Longer Hoodless  September 20, 2012

I looooved making this hood. its made in a couple panels, then sewn together. it may have been a tad big, but that is ok. it is GREAT in the winter!

About Designer

About Designer

Kalurah Hudson on

I am a self taught pattern designer and mom of three children. (6, 8 and 10) They're a wild bunch but I keep myself sane by creating the lovely designs that are forever swirling around inside my head...while they play!

My design style reads romantic and at times vintage and whimsical. I am getting to do what I love every single day and hope that knitting and crochet never ever goes away!

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