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Making Tracks Men's Hat & Scarf Set

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(4) Name: 'Crocheting : Making Tracks Men's Hat & Scarf Set
Making Tracks Men's Hat & Scarf Set
Making Tracks Men's Hat & Scarf Set
Making Tracks Men's Hat & Scarf Set

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • HBhtr/HBhdc = Herringbone half treble / Herringbone half double crochet
  • htr/hdc = half treble / half double crochet
  • dc/sc = UK double / US single crochet

Pattern Description:

Inspired by 'tyre tracks' this is a perfect pattern for husbands, boyfriends, male friends and sons bikers & roadsters!

This is an intermediate pattern but it's suitable for advanced beginners looking to learn some new crochet techniques. Pattern is written in UK and US terms and includes explanations of all stitches and abbreviations.

This pattern is (c) designed by Heather Gibbs 2014 and is for Personal use only, not for resale. Patterns are not to be copied, sold or distributed. However, you are welcome to donate, gift as well as sell any of your finished items (if you are an Individual Crafter). If you sell your work online, please credit the work as appropriate and link to my pages where you can:



4 htr/hdc = 1 inch / 2.5 cm

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Scarf is 60 inches in length x 6 inches width / 153 cm x 15.2 cm
  • Hat size to fit average male 23 - 24 inches / 58.5 - 61cm


  • 100g of at least two different coloured LIGHT Aran yarn (10 ply / Yarn weight LIGHT #4). in the pattern. The two colours are referred to as YARN A and B

You Will Also Need:

  • You will also need: A yarn needle
  • Crochet hook: 5mm (US Size H)

Suggested yarn:

225 yards of Worsted weight

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Hi there! I'm a happily married, full time working mum with one baby and a dog. With a hectic lifestyle the one thing that keeps me sane and calm is crocheting. If like me there are times when you ...

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