Maid Marian Hooded Bandana by Grace Rose
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Maid Marian Hooded Bandana

Knitting
August 2015
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
12 stitches and 16 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette
US 11 - 8.0 mm
215 - 430 yards (197 - 393 m)
one size fits many
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Pattern is available in English and Swedish. Both files are included with your purchase.

Swedish translation compliments of
Översättning: Petra Söreskog

Maid Marian’s Hooded Bandana Cowl is the companion pattern to Robin Hood’s Bandana Cowl. Marian’s Hooded Cowl has different features such as a moss stitch hood border, a cable patterned front, and a slightly smaller hood.

A generous hood and stylish shape make this a unique accessory. It can be worn under or over your outerwear and adds an extra layer of warmth. Perfect for both men and women!!!!! This hooded cowl knits up quickly in a single strand of bulky or worsted weight held double strand. An optional crocheted edging highlights the shape.

You may also like my Robin Hood’s Bandana Cowl at
http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/robin-hood-bandan...

and a worsted weight version on Size 7 needles of the Robin Hood Bandana Cowl

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/robin-hood-bandan...

Yarn Used – Fisherman’s Wool two strands held double

Finished measurements:
Neck opening circumference - 20 inches
Cowl width across front - 14 inches
Cowl length from neck to tip – 17 inches
Hood - 15 inches high x 10 inches wide

Materials:
U.S. Size 11 24-inch circular needles
Recommend using natural fibers because they block so nicely
Approximately 430 yards of #4 held double or 215 yards of #5 bulky held single
Cable needle or dpn to use as cable needle
Two stitch markers, Optional Crochet Hood U.S. Size K

Gauge: 12 stitches and 16 rows = 4” on size 11 needles in stockinette stitch