Scuba Diver Hooded Cowl

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Scuba Diver Hooded Cowl

Go deep in the big blue and also stay warm with this old-fashioned scuba diver hooded cowl. Pattern comes with optional neck insert to stay extra cozy through those cold months.

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Crochet Hook:

Furls Hook
9mm (M/N) 
5mm (H)


Removable stitch markers if needed
Yarn needle to weave in ends


Loops & Threads Cozy Wool in colors Harvest 
(2 skeins for 1-7 year, 3 skeins for bigger sizes) 
and Golden Rod (1 skein) 
Loops & Threads Impeccable (or any 
medium 4 yarn) in color of choice for 
optional neck warmer insert (not shown in image) 


approx. 290-350 yards

Scuba Diver Hooded Cowl


MC- Magic Circle 
sl st- Slip Stitch 
ch- Chain 
sc- Single Crochet 
sc2tog- Single Crochet Two Together 
dc- Double Crochet 
Fdc- Foundation Double Crochet 
bpdc- Back Post Double Crochet 
BLO- Back Loops Only 
FLO- Front Loops Only 


4 x4 inches 
9mm hook: 4 rows x 8 stitches 


1-3 years (4-7 years, 8-12 years, teen/adult) 
Measurements in inches: 
Top to bottom of hood opening: 10 (11, 12, 13) 
Depth of hood: 9 (10, 11, 12) 
Total length: 16 (17, 18, 18)

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