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Hooded Scarf Knitting Pattern

Shelia Sonnet

Hooded Scarf

This hooded scarf is knit with fingering weight yarn on large needles, resulting in a nice drape that flows around your neck and shoulders.

Gauge:
10 rows = 1" in garter st with size 8 US (5 mm) needles
8 rows = 1" in garter st with size 10 US (6 mm) needles
Stitch gauge is not vital

Materials:
6 ounces of fingering weight yarn Size 8 and 10 US needles or size needed to obtain gauge

Instructions:

With smaller needles, CO 105 stitches. Knit every row until pieces measures 2 inches (20 rows).

Change to larger needles. Knit every row until piece measures 17 inches from beg (120 rows).

Change to smaller needles and knit every row for 2 inches (20 rows).

BO. Seam the two side edges together (not the CO and BO edges)

Slip the hooded scarf over your head. One opening will rest on your neck and the other opening will frame your face. Sewn edges go in front.

Note:
The number of rows needed is calculated from the gauge give. Your gauge may be different, so knit from measurements and not number of rows listed above.

See Abbreviations and the Glossary for help.