The thing about hoods is . . .
They don’t muss your hair, they keep your ears warm and your head covered, but not too tightly, they’re easy to put up and take down and as such, much harder to lose. This hood is so versatile as it allows the wearer, to pull it back down around their neck when entering a warmer environment and it’s just as stylish as a cowl with a bit of fur around your neck.
PRINTING NOTE: This is a checklist pattern; it is not necessary to print the entire pattern if you prefer not to use the checkboxes for each section.
NEEDLES: US size 10.5 (6.5 mm) 16-inch (60 cm) circular needle AND US size 13 (9.0 mm) circular needle of any length OR SIZES NEEDED TO OBTAIN GAUGE
GAUGE: 14 sts and 18 rnds/rows per 4”/10 cm (3.5 sts and 4.5 rnds = 1”/2.5 cm) in Stockinette Stitch
NOTIONS: Stitch markers, tapestry needle
SAMPLE: Sample hoods were knit using Valley Yarns Haydenville Bulky (60% SW merino wool/ 40% acrylic microfiber; 109 yds/100 g).
Size 1 weighed 80 g using 88 yds of yarn and 9 yds of fur. (78 g yarn/12 g fur)
Size 2 weighed 122 g using 130 yds of yarn and 12 yds of fur. (128 g yarn/16 g fur)
Size 3 weighed 167 g using 161 yds of yarn and 14.5 yds of fur. (20 g fur/148 g yarn)
Keep it colorful!
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This pattern was written for personal use, please honor the copyright.
Tech edit and graphic layout by Corrina Ferguson. Test knitters were Beth Arner, Carolyn Janz, and Jessica Schick. Photography by Anna Stauber of Boreal Studios. Models were Johanna Smith Hamilton, and Oliver and Emma Ciernia.