Cozy. Easy.  Warm.  A hoodie that keeps the head, neck, and ears warm After living in New Hampshire for a few years I have come to realize that it is best to just accept that winter is cold.

Extremely cold.  There are some days when the weather is so blustery and frigid it is best to just hunker down inside with warm fluffy socks and a cup of hot chocolate or tea in hand.

Other days, while still cold, the weather allows for spending time outside snowshoeing, skiing, sledding, any winter sport you can imagine.   We like to get the kids outside on these days.  Yes, it is cold, but not so cold you can’t enjoy being outside.  The struggle is how do you balance spending time outside with keeping warm?

That is how I came up with this hoodie.  It can keep the ears and head warm.  Tuck into a jacket and protect the neck.  Plus my toddler had a tough time getting it off his head.  Win-Win!

Pattern Sizes:
0 – 6 Months
6-12 Months
12 Months – 3 T
3 T – 10 Years
Small Adult
Large Adult

Difficulty Level:
Level 2-3

U.S. J/10 (6.00 mm) Crochet Hook
Bulky weight (5) yarn
Tapestry needle for sewing in ends
Measuring Tape

Crochet Terms:
This pattern is written in US crochet terms.

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**This pattern is copyright of Cindy Unangst (NorthEastMama) © 2018. Please do not copy, share, adjust, or resell this pattern. You are welcome to sell any finished items produced from this pattern. If you sell online, please link back to my pattern. **

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