Kid’s Hooded Scarf Knitting Pattern- a beginner-friendly project that’s perfect for keeping little ones warm!
Last year I created this Hooded Scarf Knitting Pattern and I was really pleased with the way it turned out! This hooded scarf ended up being the first thing I grabbed on cold, windy days. It’s so warm and comfortable. Naturally, I decided to make one for the little guy! This Kid’s Hooded Scarf Knitting Pattern will keep little ones toasty no matter how low the temperature drops. Plus, it’s really easy to knit! The entire hooded scarf is knit flat on single point needles. If you can knit a rectangle, you can make this!
Kid’s Hooded Scarf Knitting Pattern
Yarn: Loops & Threads Cozy Wool in Sea Storm (2 skeins)
Needles: Size US 13 single point
Size: Kid’s S/M (for reference, Indigo is 3 1/2 years old)
For the Hood:
(Note- hood is knit flat and then the seam is sewn closed at the top)
Cast on 36 sts.
Work in Stockinette stitch keeping 4 sts at the beginning and the end of every row in knit stitch.
Repeat rows 4 and 5 until piece measures 12 inches. Bind off.
To assemble the hood: Fold the piece in half longways with the knit stitch borders matching up. Sew the top seam closed.
(Please refer to this blog post for illustrated directions)
For the Scarf:
Cast on 16 sts.
Knit 10 rows in Garter Stitch.
Work in Stockinette stitch keeping 4 sts at the beginning and the end of every row in knit stitch until piece measures 37 inches from the cast on edge.
Knit 10 rows in Garter Stitch. Bind off.
Fold scarf in half to find the middle. Line the back seam of the hood up with the middle of the scarf. Sew the hood to the scarf. Weave in ends. Make and attach pom pom.
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