This pattern allows you to make three variations of the hood. A hooded infinity scarf, a hooded scarf with pockets, or just the hood! All three versions are made in 13 easy rows and the super bulky yarn makes them very quick to work up! Alternatively, you can use 2 strands of worsted weight yarn held together.
This pattern uses only basic crochet stitches and techniques with the exception of the hooded scarf with pockets, which uses the double crochet chainless foundation method. This method is explained by video and is very easy to learn!
Difficulty level: intermediate
Finished size: (measurements taken while laying flat, folded in half)
from top of hood to bottom, where the scarf starts: 15 inches.
From back of hood to front edge: 12 inches.
Scarf with pockets, from bottom of hood to bottom of pocket: 25 inches.
Infinity scarf, from bottom of hood to bottom of the other side of the hood: 60 inches.
Width of scarf: 5 inches.
●Size N (9mm) crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge.
●Yarn needle for finishing.
●Super Bulky Yarn. Yardage:
Just the hood - Approximately 160 yards
Hooded scarf with pockets - Approximately 300 yards
Hooded infinity scarf - Approximately 250
- If you are substituting 2 strands of worsted weight yarn, you will need twice as much yardage.
Stitches & Techniques used: chains, double crochet, invisible join, double crochet chainless foundation method.
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