Easy Hooded Scarf Pattern

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Happy November Crocheters! This post includes my Easy Hooded Scarf Pattern. It also has the links to the other 2 free crochet patterns for this month’s #scarfofthemonthclub2018 CAL.

Scroll to the end of this post for my free Easy Hooded Scarf Pattern.

Easy Hooded Scarf Pattern from Oombawka Design Crochet Scarf of the Month Club November

This month we have 3 brand-new free crochet patterns for you to make. We hope you enjoy making these beautiful scarves and cowls. See you again next month when we release 3 brand-new projects for you to make!

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Here are your 3 November Scarf of the Month Club Scarves!

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Easy Hooded Scarf Pattern. PIN Free Crochet Pattern Oombawka Design Crochet

Easy Hooded Scarf Pattern

Supplies

Difficulty Level

  • Easy

Finished Size

Scarf length approximately 75 inches X 7 inches width

Hood length approximately 21 inches by 12 inches width

Gauge

Approximately 1.6 rows per inch and 2.1 sts per inch

You can substitute any yarn and hook for this stitch pattern – just remember when you substitute if your gauge is different, the finished size, and amount of yarn used for your project will also be different.

Abbreviations

US Terminology used

  • 3-dc set – 3 dc worked into the same ch or space
  • bef- before
  • beg – beginning
  • ch – chain
  • dc – double crochet
  • R – row
  • rem – remaining
  • rep – repeat
  • sk – skip
  • sl st – slip stitch
  • sp – space
  • st/sts – stitch/stitches
  • WS –  wrong side (back of project)
  • * to **– Repeat the instructions between the asterisks the number of times indicated. This repeat will contain of multiple instructions.
  • [] – at the end of the row – the total number of stitches
  • () – important notes AND sets of stitches to be worked within one stitch, or space

Helpful Tutorials

Helpful Video Tutorials

Notes:

  • Color A: Powder (pink), Color B: Pearl (white)
  • Stitch multiple is 3 + 4
  • Sk all dc sts unless otherwise specified. This project is worked in the spaces that fall between the 3-dc sets, except for the very first and last st of odd numbered rows.
  • Mark the RS of your project with a stitch marker or piece of yarn.

Easy Hooded Scarf Pattern Instructions

This scarf is worked lengthwise in rows.

Using your 6 mm (J-10) hook (or size required for gauge):

R1: With Color A: ch 181, sk the first 4 chs (the sk 4 ch count as 1 dc and 1 sk ch), 3 dc in the next ch. *Sk the next 2 chs, 3 dc in the next ch**. Rep from * to ** across to the last 2 chs. Sk 1 ch, 1 dc in the last ch. Turn.  [59 3-dc sets and 2 dc]

R2 (RS): Ch 3 (counts as 1 dc), 2 dc in the sp bef the next 3-dc set.  *Sk the next 3-dc set, 3 dc in the sp bef the next 3-dc set**. Rep from * to ** across to the last 4 dc. Sk the next 3-dc set, 2 dc in sp bef the last dc, 1 dc in the last dc. [60 3-dc sets]

R3: Ch 3 (counts as 1 dc), sk the next 2 dc, 3 dc in the sp bef the next 3-dc set. *Sk the next 3-dc set, 3 dc in the sp bef the next 3-dc set**. Rep from * to ** across to the last 3-dc set. Sk the next 2 dc, 1 dc in the last dc. [59 3-dc sets and 2 dc]

R4: (RS): Ch 3 (counts as 1 dc), 2 dc in the sp bef the next 3-dc set.  *Sk the next 3-dc set, 3 dc in the sp bef the next 3-dc set**. Rep from * to ** across to the last 4 dc. Sk the next 3-dc set, 2 dc in sp bef the last dc, 1 dc in the last dc. [60 3-dc sets]

R5-R8: Rep R3 and R4

Finish off Color A after R8 and turn your work.

Joining hood yarn. Beginner hooded scarf. Oombawka Design Crochet

R9: (WS): Count over 22 3-dc sets (or 66 dc sts) from the right side edge. Join Color A yarn with a sl st in the last dc of the 3-dc set (of the 22nd 3-dc set or the 66 dc), ch 3 (counts as 1 dc), 2 dc in the sp bef the next 3-dc set. *Sk the next 3-dc set, 3 dc in the sp bef the next 3-dc set**. Rep from * to ** across until you have 15 3-dc sets (or 45 dc sts). Sk the next 3-dc set, 2 dc in the sp bef the next 3-dc set, 1 dc in the first dc of the next 3-dc set. Turn. [16 3-dc sets]

R10: (RS): Ch 3 (counts as 1 dc), sk the first 3-dc set. *3 dc in sp bef the next 3-dc set, sk the next 3-dc set**. Rep from * to ** across to the last 3-dc set. Sk 2 dc and work 1 dc in the last dc. Turn. [15 3-dc sets and 2 dc]

R11: Ch 3 (counts as 1 dc), 2 dc in the sp bef the next 3-dc set. *Sk the next 3-dc set, 3 dc in the s bef the next 3-dc set**. Rep from * to ** across to the last 3-dc set. Sk the last 3-dc set, 2 dc in the sp bef the last dc, 1 dc in the last dc. Turn. [16 3-dc sets]

R12: Ch 3 (counts as 1 dc), sk the first 3-dc set. *3 dc in sp bef the next 3-dc set, sk the next 3-dc set**. Rep from * to ** across to the last 3-dc set. Sk 2 dc and work 1 dc in the last dc. Turn. [15 3-dc sets and 2 dc]

Finish off Color A yarn.

Please remember to turn after R12.

R13: (WS): Join Color B yarn with a sl st in the first dc of the row. Ch 3 (counts as 1 dc), 2 dc in the sp bef the next 3-dc set. *Sk the next 3-dc set, 3 dc in the sp bef the next 3-dc set**. Rep from * to ** across to the last 3-dc set. Sk the last 3-dc set, 2 dc in the sp bef the last dc, 1 dc in the last dc. Turn. [16 3-dc sets]

R14:  Ch 3 (counts as 1 dc), sk the first 3-dc set. 3 dc in the sp bef the next 3-dc set. *Sk the next 3-dc set, 3 dc in the sp bef the next 3-dc set**. Rep from * to ** across to the last 3-dc set. Sk 2 dc and work 1 dc in the last dc. Turn. [15 3-dc sets and 2 dc]

R15: Ch 3 (counts as 1 dc), 2 dc in the sp bef the next 3-dc set. *Sk the next 3-dc set, 3 dc in the sp bef the next 3-dc set**. Rep from * to ** across to the last 3-dc set. Sk the last 3-dc set, 2 dc in the sp bef the last dc, 1 dc in the last dc. Turn.  [16 3-dc sets]

R16: Ch 3 (counts as 1 dc), sk the first 3-dc set. 3 dc in the sp bef the next 3-dc set. *Sk the next 3-dc set, 3 dc in the sp bef the next 3-dc set**. Rep from * to ** across to the last 3-dc set. Sk 2 dc and work 1 dc in the last dc. Turn. [15 3-dc sets and 2 dc]

R17: Ch 3 (counts as 1 dc), 2 dc in the sp bef the next 3-dc set. *Sk the next 3-dc set, 3 dc in the sp bef the next 3-dc set**. Rep from * to ** across to the last 3-dc set. Sk the last 3-dc set, 2 dc in the sp bef the last dc, 1 dc in the last dc. Turn.  [16 3-dc sets]

Finish off Color B leaving a long tail (10-12 inches) for seaming.

With RS facing, rotate your work to the beginning chain edge (R1 of the scarf).

We will be working across this initial chain edge to add a strip of Color B yarn to the front edge of the scarf.

R1: Join Col B yarn with a sl st, to the first dc of the row.  Ch 3 (counts as 1 dc), 2 dc in the sp bef the next 3-dc set. *Sk the next 3-dc set, 3 dc in the sp bef the next 3-dc set**. Rep from * to ** across to the last 3-dc set. Sk the last 3-dc set, 2 dc in the sp bef the last dc, 1 dc in the last dc. Turn. [60 3-dc sets]

R2: Ch 3 (counts as 1 dc), sk the first 3-dc set. 3 dc in the sp bef the next 3-dc set. *Sk the next 3-dc set, 3 dc in the sp bef the next 3-dc set**. Rep from * to ** across to the last 3-dc set. Sk 2 dc and work 1 dc in the last dc. Turn. [59 3-dc sets and 2 dc]

R3: Ch 3 (counts as 1 dc), 2 dc in the sp bef the next 3-dc set. *Sk the next 3-dc set, 3 dc in the sp bef the next 3-dc set**. Rep from * to ** across to the last 3-dc set. Sk the last 3-dc set, 2 dc in the sp bef the last dc, 1 dc in the last dc. Finish off. [60 3-dc sets]

Finishing Instructions:

seaming hooded scarf. Beginner Hooded Scarf Pattern Oombawka Design Crochet

With the RS of the scarf facing and the hood folded in half, we will seam the back of the hood closed.

Thread the yarn end (10-12 inches left after R17) on your yarn needle and seam the back of the hood using a whipstitch seam.

Weave in all remaining ends. 

Flip your scarf right side out and you are done!

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13 Comments

  1. Hi Connie, I’ve added a photo to the end of the post – I’m not sure if it will help but it lets you see the length of the scarf. The white color B edge only goes around the face and front lengths of the scarf. We leave the pink side alone. It is because the front edges are from our starting chain row so this edge tidies it up a bit. Hope this helps, Rhondda

  2. Hi. I wish I could see a photo of the front of the scarf without it being wrapped around. I’m confused on the trim around the hood. So it goes all around the hood but not down the side of scarf?
    Thank you
    Mine fits adult

  3. I love this pattern. I am making multiple for my family. Thanks

  4. Hi Mary, Thank you for letting me know that * was missing! I’ve added it to the correct spot in the row. Yes, at the end the last 4 dc would be the set of 3 dc plus the initial skipped stitches we counted as a dc from R1. I hope this helps and I apologize for the mistake with the *. Have a lovely week, Rhondda

  5. In row 2 is there an * missing? and when it refers to the last 4 dc, is that a group of 3 and the single one? Thank you for any help.

  6. Hi Donna, I crocheted the pattern and what I think might be happening is at the end of the Row 2 and Row 4 (which repeats multiple times to make the scarf) you need to remember to work 2 dc in the space before the last dc – this is different than the Row 3 ending. If those 2 dc in the space before the last dc were missed on Row, then Row 4; it would be decreasing spaces between sets every row going forward. This is the bit I am referring to:
    Rep from * to ** across to the last 4 dc. Sk the next 3-dc set, 2 dc in sp bef the last dc, 1 dc in the last dc. Hope this helps!! Rhondda

  7. I started with 181 single crochet stitches, followed the instructions, and am only coming out with 44 sets of the 3dc after row 3. What an I doing wrong?

  8. Correction to my earlier comment. Once completed it does fit adult just fine. Thanks so much for this pattern. And introducing me to the Red Heart Hygge yarn.

  9. Hi Lisa, I’m sorry the scarf seems too small. The yarn I used is: Yarn: Red Heart hygge. 5 oz (141 g) and 132 yds (121 m). 70% acrylic, 30% nylon. Colors: 3 skeins. 2 in Powder E869-8724 and 1 in Pearl E869-8406. Finished Project Yardage: Adult: 408 g / 382 yds. This means you need 3 skeins (382 yds). I used 5 oz balls. 2 of the balls I used were Powder (approximately 264 yds). The 8 oz Hygge has 212 yds in it so you would still need a second ball of Color A. (8 Oz/227 G, 212 Yd/194 M.) The finished scarf measures: Scarf length approximately 75 inches X 7 inches width and Hood measures approximately 21 inches by 12 inches. This means the hood from the front of the head to the back of the head (across the top) is 12 inches (depth) and the hood from shoulder to shoulder is 21 inches. This the measurement of the hood before it stretches. The weight of the scarf actually pulls down on the sides of the hood and it stretches to 28 inches. There is quite a bit of stretch in the fabric when it is being worn. There is some weight to this scarf. Hope this helps a bit. It is lovely yarn isn’t it? I didn’t know there were larger balls available. I just saw online that it is available at Walmart so I will have to take a look 🙂 Have a lovely weekend, Rhondda

  10. Hi, Love working with the hygge yarn and other color choices that it comes in. Unfortunately the completed scarf was more a teen size than adult. I will make modifications to make it for adults. I also see that the Hygge yarn comes in 5 and 8 oz skeins. Would that mean as written I could use an 8 oz skein for color A?

  11. Hi Barbara, Yes. The Printfriendly one. It is located at the very top and very bottom of every post and has a little printer and Print over it. If you click that and nothing happens check your browser bar on your internet screen and on the right side you will see a little denied symbol because it has denied the other screen to open that needs to be open to print the pattern. Hope this helps! Rhondda (you can also copy and paste it into a word document but it doesn’t remove the ads like PrintFriendly does – so I prefer PrintFriendly!) Have a good night, Rhondda

  12. Hi:
    Is there a button U can press to just print out the pattern??

    Easy Hooded Scarf Pattern