This pattern is designed for use with 4 skeins of our Pearlescent Worsted Weight yarn in colorway: Snowfall. Choose any colorway you like, though. Any worsted weight yarn will work. You'll need US Size 11 (8.00 mm) 24" circular needles or longer.
For Magical Wanderings!
•A snuggly, cozy hood with long cabled ties that can be wrapped like a scarf for extra warmth.
•Let Silverberry be your accessory of choice for those magical walks through the first snow. You might even spot a faun or dwarf, if you're lucky!
•An intermediate pattern for those comfortable with knitting.
•A beautiful, pointed hood shape!
•Who wouldn't LOVE to receive this as a gift? Knit this for someone needing a bit of whimsy and sparkle in their lives.
Designed by Emily Walton
You'll receive a digital file only (instantly downloadable as a PDF) and won't be shipped anything. Please allow a few minutes for the download link to be emailed to you. If the email doesn't arrive within a few minutes, just log into your account on our site and you'll see your Completed Orders. From there, you'll find the download link.
Enjoy knitting magic...
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What a beautiful pattern! Well written and easy to understand. I have some yarn in my stash that will be perfect for it.
I LOVE this pattern! It's absolutely gorgeous! It doesn't take long to make and it's quite easy. I never did cables before and I had no trouble here with it.
This is a lovely hood pattern, it looks so rich and delicate and easy to work up!! Love it!!
Love it will send pictures when done Lynda
I have not been able to make this yet as I have been knitting and sewing other things for Christmas. But, I can't wait to make this for me as I haven't made ANYTHING for me in years as I have been sewing and knitting for my children. Now I have the time as they have all grown and moved away and I have retired. Woohoo!. Wait, now I have a new grandchild (first one) maybe I will never get to make for me again (ha, ha).
The Silverberry Hood pattern, like so many other ERA patterns I have used, is so carefully written and well-presented and works up easily and quickly. Thanks again, Chandi.
Liked the pictures of this stylish hood, got the pattern, don't know yet who I'll make it for. I'm a beginner knitter, and this doesn't look too difficult.