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Is there anything cozier than a hooded blanket? My little guy loves snuggling up in his!
This Hooded Baby Blanket Knitting Pattern is perfect for beginners. The hood is knit flat and then seamed. Everything is knit with a simple Garter Stitch. The super bulky yarn and large needles make this a fast project. This hooded baby blanket makes a great gift for little ones!
Yarn: Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick Bonus Bundle in Slate (3 skeins)
Size US size 13 single point needles (or US 13 circular needles to knit the blanket)
Hooded Baby Blanket Knitting Pattern
For the Hood:
(Note- hood is knit flat and then sewn up the back) Cast on 50 sts.
Work in Garter Stitch until piece measures 10 inches. Bind off.
For the Blanket:
Cast on 84 sts (you can use either straight or circular needles- don’t join)
Knit every row until the piece measures 32 inches. Bind off.
Fold the hood over lengthwise and sew the side seam (this will be the back of the hood). Fold scarf in half to find the middle. Line the back seam of the hood up with the middle of the blanket. Sew the hood to the blanket. Weave in ends.