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This Knitted Cowl Hood is one of the Creator’s most popular patterns and we can see why! This is a stunner you’ll love …

Knitted Cowl Hood Free Pattern 1

This Knitted Cowl Hood is perfect for keeping warm and looks beautiful. The best part is it’s a FREE Pattern! Make them in your favorite colors and to coordinate with your outfits.

We have also included a Video that shows you how to make the Sleeping Beauty Knitted Cowl Hood too. You will find the details below so keep scrolling our page so you don’t miss an idea.

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How To Make Knitted Cowl Hood

Make yourself this gorgeous Sleeping Beauty Knitted Cowl Hood. Follow along with the video tutorial. Click Play above ⇑


16 sts = 4″; 24 rows = 4″ in seed st.

Special Stitch:

S2KP2 = slip 2 sts at once, knitwise, K1, pass both slipped sts over and off needle ( 2st decrease )

Lace Pattern: Multiples of 8 sts + 1 st

Row 1 (right side): K1, *YO, SSK, K3, K2tog, YO, K1; rep from * across.

Rows 2, 4 & 6: Purl

Row 3: K1, *K1, YO, SSK, K1, K2tog, YO, K2; rep from * across.

Row 5: K1, *K2, YO, S2KP2, YO, K3; rep from * across.

Seed Stitch: (use odd number of sts to have the same repeat on either side)

Row 1: K1, *P1, K1; rep from * across.

Repeat Row 1 for Seed Stitch pattern.



Cast on 211 sts

Work Seed Stitch for 11 Rows. Mark 2nd Row as right side with safety pin or removable stitch marker.

Place markers after the first 5 sts and before last 5 sts. Keep first and last 5 sts in seed stitch throughout the whole project.

* Work Rows 1 through 6 of Lace Pattern and 10 Rows of Seed St; rep from * once more, bind off all stitches.


Fold scarf in half and mark center fold of scarf. Measure 10″ from each side of center point. Working on the right side of your work, pick up 91 sts evenly between markers.

Between my markers I had 69 sts. I needed to add 22 sts to get my 91. Every third st I increased 1.

Work 11 Rows of Seed St. Place markers after the first 5 sts and before last 5 sts. Keep first and last 5 sts in seed stitch throughout the whole project.

* Work Rows 1 through 6 of Lace Pattern and 10 Rows of Seed St; rep from * three times total.

Sewing Hood: (using three needle bind off)

Fold hood wrong side facing out and use three needle bind off method to close top of hood.

If not using this method, bind off all stitches as normal and sew up seam.


K = Knit

P = Purl

K2tog = knit next two stitches together

st = stitch

PSSO = pass slipped stitch over

sl = slip stitch

SSK = slip next two stitches knit wise, bring left needle in front of these two stitches and knit them together.

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