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My hooded scarf pattern
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Jun 29, 2013 11:15:54   #
nano
 
can you do the hood on circular needles?
 
Jun 29, 2013 13:30:30   #
sharobmic
 
nano wrote:
can you do the hood on circular needles?


You could, but it is a rectangle folded and sewn together to make the hood part. I f you use circulars you would just knit back and forth and not in the round.
Jul 5, 2013 12:40:34   #
kimmyz (a regular here)
 
Adorable!!
Jul 21, 2013 10:58:10   #
mosmith
 
Love this,thanks. Bookmarked for next project.
Jul 21, 2013 11:39:44   #
Rainyday
 
I Have just copied This to my knitting file. It is lovely.and the colours are just the thing for my granddaughters.
Seeing this Hood took me back to my school days, having knitting clases at lunch time on wet winter days. :thumbup:
Jul 21, 2013 22:23:16   #
janiey54
 
thank you forpattern of hooded scarf going to make it for niece for xmas
 
Jul 29, 2013 01:32:05   #
Thistle55
 
Beautiful, can't wait to make this for my granddaughter, thank you for the pattern.
Aug 2, 2013 14:04:45   #
Becky Jo
 
Ohhh, so cute. I saw one scarf pattern in a book that at the ends of the scarf were mittons knitted on....Pockets are handier and very all purpose though, she could put her mittens in the pocket until she loses them, and then use the pockets to keep warm, haha.
Aug 15, 2013 14:08:05   #
twc1197
 
Wow! What a great pattern and the colors you've chosen are amazing too.
Aug 15, 2013 21:03:30   #
grandma Pat
 
I've made two of them for my gr. granddaughters for Christmas. I used a yarn called impeccable. It is a soft yarn & very easy to knit with.
Aug 18, 2013 10:36:13   #
PinTexas
 
I am making this pattern also and have finished hood and now working on scarf. Do you sew the hood up first before you attach the scarf, or attach hoodie to scarf and then sew up hood, or does it matter?
I love this cute pattern and am making my grand-daughter's in pink camo Red Heart yarn. Thank you for helping me with this and for taking the time to post your pattern.
Peggy
 
Aug 18, 2013 12:33:52   #
rosecook99
 
this is darlingI great job. I think I will try this. as a beginning knitter I can learn from this. Thank you
Oct 2, 2013 12:24:34   #
LindaS8876
 
I hope you don't mind -- I created a PDF of your instructions (attached). Thanks for the pattern!

Attached file:
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Oct 3, 2013 17:12:59   #
BrightMoon
 
Thanks
Oct 3, 2013 17:15:31   #
BrightMoon
 
Thanks
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