Hoodlet by Kountingsheep

Hoodlet

Knitting
November 2018
Super Bulky (5-6 wpi) ?
10 stitches and 18 rows = 4 inches
in basketweave
US 11 - 8.0 mm
800 - 900 yards (732 - 823 m)
One size
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Hoodlet was the very first original knit design I ever created and posted on my blog in 2007. I didn’t know much about what it meant to be a designer and to create patterns. I just wanted to share my love of unique and personal designs with the world. Now more than a decade later, I have revised my first pattern to be easier to follow to create a beautiful hooded wrap. Hoodlet will always hold a special place in my heart as the design that started me on the path to sharing my love of yarn and my passion for creativity and comfort through handmade.

The name “Hoodlet” is a mix between “hood” and “capelet.” Hoodlet is worked in two rectangular pieces that are seamed together, making it a great project for beginners. Use a chunky yarn that is self-striping for a fun pop of color on cold days, or stick with a cozy neutral for a subtle statement piece while battling the cold.

Pattern includes written instructions, pictures, and tutorial for seaming hood.

Finished measurements: 29”/74 cm wide from top of hood to bottom of wrap by 61”/155 cm long


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Pattern for personal use only. Please do NOT distribute copies of this pattern and do NOT sell copies of this pattern. You may sell finished items that you make using this pattern, but you are required to credit the original pattern/designer as follows: “Made using a pattern from Kountingsheep by Jenny Galusha-Luna: http://kountingsheep.com .” Do not use the photos from this pattern to sell your items.