We have run into a bit of a problem. The weather has turned cold–real cold, and Sis doesn’t seem to think she needs anything on her bald head, or tiny feet.
I beg to differ.
I would say we are at an impasse, but I AM THE PARENT.
So I came up with a solution – a crochet baby hooded cowl.
She is a little fox and can still get this hooded cowl off when she is undisturbed in her carseat for long period of time, however, it DOES stay on her head most of the time particularly during the dash from our warm house to the warm car. It has been a welcome solution!
Isn’t the grit stitch so lovely? That beautiful texture is created by working a sc and dc in the same stitch, then skipping the next stitch to keep the count consisted. I absolutely love this stitches! The silky yarn is perfect for this crochet baby hooded cowl, too. Mighty Stitch yarn works so well for baby items. It’s SO soft, and it’s an acrylic/wool blend, so I know she will be so cozy in her hooded cowl.
CROCHET BABY HOODED COWL – FREE CROCHET PATTERN
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What you need:
Abbreviations: (American Terms)
>>Gauge: 7 sts = 2″<<< (GAUGE PATTERN)
Approx. 14″ long
1. Hdc in 2nd ch from hook. Hdc 18. Turn.
2. – 36. Work in Back Loops Only (BLO)
Ch 1. Hdc in same st. Hdc 18. Turn.
Fold piece in half with ribs going vertically. Sl st down the side forming a cowl.
Approx 14″ long
1. Hdc in 2nd ch from hook. Hdc 24. Turn. (25 sts)
2. – 45. Ch 1. Sc, dc in same st. *Sk next st. Sc, dc in next st.* work 11 times. Sk next st. Sc in last st. Turn. (25 sts)
46. Ch 1. Hdc in same st. Hdc in each st across. Tie off.
Hooded Cowl Construction:
Fold hood in half, with the one hdc end laying on the other. Sl st along the top with the hdc row facing in the front of the hood. Next, place the hood inside the inside-out cowl, so right sides are facing each other. Pin in place.
Using your needle and a length of same-color yarn, overcast stitch all around where your pins are. Flip the cowl down.
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