Snow White Hooded Cowl

Snow White Hooded Cowl

As promised The Snow White Hooded Cowl . Free Pattern
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As promised The Snow White Hooded Cowl. Free Pattern

As promised The Snow White Hooded Cowl.  This stylish cowl made of Lion Brand chunky and  homespun yarns is stylish and trendy, warm and cozy with bobbles and covers the head, neck and ears. I tested it myself wearing one of my other stylish creations ( The Giraffe Hooded Cowl ) while outside taking down the Christmas decorations in the snow. I stayed cozy and warm. When I set up at the winter festivals the Hooded Cowls are one of my best sellers and is a  favorite by people of all ages, from little girls, teens, college students, Grandmothers and even guys buy my Hooded Cowls. You can make yours in any color. I just had to name mine while making it, maybe I’ll make another one in the colors everyone is familiar with when they hear Snow White. Hmm, will see!

Here are some pictures of some of the other hooded cowls I have made. The Fox Hooded Cowl, The Giraffe Hooded Cowl and The Frog Prince Hooded Cowl.

You can buy these and more at my store. Please have a look and get something you like. Thank you.

Regina Deemer  (Owner)

The Enchanted Pixie Cottage

Look for this adorable crochet Fox Hooded Cowl and other free patterns coming soon.
Crochet Frog Prince Hooded Cowl
Crochet Giraffe Hooded Cowl

Materials:

Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick and Quick yarn in – Fisherman (Color A)

Lion Brand Home Spun yarn in – Cream (Color B)

Hook Size – P 11.5mm

Sissors

Tapestry needle

Abbreviations:

Ch – Chain

St – Stitch

Ea – Each

Sl St – Slip Stitch

W/ – With

R – Row

Beg – Beginning

Hdc – Half double crochet

Hdc Popcorn – Half double crochet popcorn

Special Instructions:

Hdc Popcorn – Half double crochet popcorn.  – 5 hdc in the same stitch then take the hook out of the last stitch and insert the hook in the top of the 1st stitch made, then insert the hook into the top of the last stitch made. Pull the last stitch through the 1st stitch, ch 1.

Free Pattern:

R. 1– With color A ch 15 + 1

R. 2- Going down one side-  hdc in the 2nd ch from the hook and in 1 loop in ea ch sp until you get to the bottom. Once you get to the bottom you will only ch 1 in the space at the bottom. (14)

R. 3- Going up the other side-  Hdc in 1 loop of ea sp on the other side until you get to the beg. Sl st to close. ch up 2. (14)

R. 4- Working on one side. hdc in the next st and in ea to end. Ch up 2, turn (13) hdc on ea R.

R. 5 – R 14- Repeat R 4. ch 2 and turning at end. At the end of R. 14, fasten off (13) hdc on ea R.

R. 15 – R. 25- Working on the top of the other side. Connect yarn to corner and ch up 2, repeat rows 4 – 14. Do not fasten off. (13) hdc on ea R.

R. 26 – Ch up 1 and sc around until you get to the beg. about 43 sc ea on the long sides and 13 sc ea on the shorter sides.

R. 27 – Fold hood together and sl st down one side. This will be the back of the hood. Fasten off and weave ends. Turn inside out.

R. 28 – With color B ch up 1 and sc in the next st and sc around the bigger open side, which will be the face part of the hood. When you get to the open end ch 3 and Sl st to the beg to close. Ch up 1.

R. 29 – Repeat row 28. When you get to the ch 3 you added in the open end, you will just make 3 sc. Sl st to beg and ch up 1.

R. 30 – Repeat row 29 and sc around to beg. Sl st to close. Do not fasten off yet. Loosely measure a long strand of yarn around the 3 rows you just made with a little extra at the end and cut the yarn. Fold the 3 rows back and with a tapestry needle and sew around  to end. Weave ends.

R. 31 – Attach color A to the neck of the hood and sc around to end. When you get to the neck part with color B, you will sc at the bottom (the 1st row of sc’s you made). Sl st to beg. Ch up 1.

R. 32 – Sc in ea sc around, sl st to beg. (32) Ch up 2

R. 33 – Hdc bobble in the 1st st, ch 1, hdc in the next st, hdc bobble in next st, ch 1, hdc in the next 18 sts, hdc bobble in the next st, ch 1 hdc in the next st, hdc bobble in the next st, ch 1, hdc in next st, hdc bobble in the next st, ch 1, hdc in the next 4 sts , sl st in the top of the 1st bobble you made to join. Ch up 2

R. 34 – Hdc in ea st around. Sl st to beg. (37)

R. 35 – Hdc bobble, in the next st, ch 1,  hdc in next 2 sts, hdc bobble, in next st, ch 1,  hdc in next 2 sts, hdc bobble, in next st, ch 1, hdc bobble in next st, ch 1,  hdc in next hdc bobble, ch 1, hdc  in next hac bobble, hdc in next 2 sts, hdc bobble in next st, ch 1, hdc in next hdc bobble, hdc in next st, hdc bob in next st, ch 1, hdc in next 4 sts, hdc bob in next st, ch 1, hdc in next 2 sts, hdc bob in next st, ch 1, hdc in next 2 sts, hdc bob in next st, ch 1, hdc in next 4 sts. Sl st to beg. ch up 2.

R. 36 – Hdc around, sl st to bet. Fasten off and weave in ends.

Draw String Optional:

With  color B – Ch 85, Fasten off and tie ends.

Weave in and out of Row 20. This is just above the 1st row of bobbles.

I wanted to let you know that when I made the first Hooded Cowl with bobbles, it was years ago and I did not make a pattern for it at that time. I think my recreation came out beautiful and If you have a keen eye and I know you do, you have noticed that the third row of bobbles is missing. This is because I have decided to continue with the pattern and design this Hooded Cowl into a Hooded Poncho. This is exciting news and I can’t wait to get the pattern out.I hope you enjoed making this Hooded Cowl  as much as I did.

Look for the Hooded poncho with bobbles pattern, coming soon!

Please Do Not Copy, post adjust or resell my patterns and claim them as your own. I wrote and tested this pattern myself from beginning to end. It took me a long time, a lot of work and effort and I would really like for it to remain “My Pattern”. You can sell anything you make from my patterns, please link back to my website https://enchantedpixiecottage.com

Thank You

Share your work, I would love to see them. If you have a question about anything you can email me at tepc.cottage@gmail.com

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