Baby Hooded Cowl

Baby Hooded Cowl

"Today we share my new baby hooded cowl. This adorable and stylish design made for little ones. It’s a very special gift for cute and lovely little babies for winter to protect them form the chilly. We love crocheting to make baby items in whole of the years. All my design made for beginner and for those who want to make baby things in home. Thanks so much for all your support and excitement about my previous patterns and videos’ we couldn’t do it without you!"

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge4 dc x 2 row = 1 inch

Finished Sizesmall for 3-6 months

Materials List

  • two colors baby pink and silver grey
  • crochet hook 4mm
  • two medium buttons
  • crochet needle

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This is adorable. What little baby girl wouldn't look precious in this? I have many relatives in the north who would love receiving this for their little ones. When the cold win starts blowing, it's very important to keep the head and neck areas warm. No sore throats this Winter thank you.

I love this. How can I make this to fit a 2 year old? I know I can use a bigger hook, but not sure if only 1 size up would be enough. Thanks

thanks to like. i am the designer made this cowl. you should make the hat in large size, make some more chains and start working the same as. than make the cowl longer as you want.

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