This weekend we are going to make a hooded cardigan with pockets. This is part two of the Proteus cardigan series where we are using the same pattern to make a few different looks. Previously I had shared with you the Proteus cardigan with bishop sleeves. The body of the cardigan is the same as before, however, the sleeves, hood, and pocket are new. This is a new and complete pattern in itself but also represents an evolution of the style we worked on in Part 1, so don't forget to check it out before we move on. I am also using a slightly heavier fabric than part one, a 4-way stretch knit perfect for the project. Check out the fabric suggestions if you want the same look. So if you have already downloaded the first part, all you have to print now is the hood and the sleeves. I am loving this hooded cardigan for the versatility, can be worn open for a casual look or belted for an hourglass more sophisticated look. The hood is handy for the pesky sun or the cold wind in the late afternoon Autumn day. Pockets on the side to keep your hands warm. This project is for an advanced beginner and will require the ability to follow instructions and previous experience with working with knits. This hooded cardigan is best suited for the hourglass figure however other shapes can wear it successfully if proportions according to the body shape are kept.