Pattern - Pom-Pom scarf with hoodie

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Pattern - Pom-Pom scarf with hoodie Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Crocheting

Type:

Accessory

Fit:

Women, Girls, Boys, Infant/Baby

Item:

Hat

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Pattern Description:

Two birds with one shot - scarf and hat in one piece. It is really comfortable for both - babies and parents. The pattern includes sizes baby to adult so you can make matching scarfs-hats for both!
If you are not a fan of pom-poms pattern includes instructions how to make fringes as well.

Skill level: intermediate

Sizes and measurements:
The finished length of the scarf is 80[100,110,115,120]cm or 31 1/2[39 1/2,43,45,47] inches.
The hoodie is 28[34,40,45,50]cm or 11[13 1/2,16,18,20] inches wide and 20[25,25,30,30]cm or 8[10,10,12,12] inches high.

Materials:
worsted weight yarn approx.:
100gr or 273 yards for baby size
150gr or 409yards for toddler and child sizes
250gr or 682 yards for teen and adult sizes
crochet hook 4mm (G) or size needed to obtain gauge
measuring tape
stitch markers (optional, you can use contrasting color yarn instead to mark where you have to start and finish)
scissors

Stitches used:
ch " chain stitch
sc " single crochet
dc " double crochet
sl st - slip stitch
Special stitches (I explain them with step by step description and photos):
Popcorn stitch
FP dc - Front post double crochet

ALL MY PATTERNS ARE WRITTEN IN STANDARD AMERICAN TERMS!

About Designer

About Designer

MonPetitViolon on craftsy.com

All my patterns are written in English, in US terms.
I learned to crochet and knit when I was a little girl. Many years later, being stay at home mom I finally realized my dream - officially became a crochet designer! :-) I hope you will enjoy my patterns! :-) Happy crocheting!

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