Hooded Scarf

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Hooded Scarf Pattern

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Knitting: Hooded Scarf
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Knitting

Type:

Accessory

Fit:

Women, Girls, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized, Infant/Baby

Item:

Other

Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • casting on
  • knit stitch
  • casting off
  • simple sewing of a seam with yarn

Pattern Description:

I created this pattern because of a hooded scarf my mother gave me as a child that I sadly lost, and missed very much! So, since I also live in northern idaho where winter can be quite tough, I decided that the versatility of a hat with a scarf attached would be quite practical. Also, the style is so reminiscent of a fairy tale, old fashioned look, which I am a huge sucker for! So, here's what I came up with.
This pattern is totally suitable for beginners, there is no purling, and there is no shaping, just casting on, knitting, and casting off. There is some very easy seaming, which anyone should be able to do.
This project is not a slow project either, its quick to work up.
Enjoy!

Gauge:

15st/30 rows in garter stitch = 4"

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • length of scarf portion end to end = 57"
  • width of scarf section = 6 1/2"
  • width of base of hood = 20"
  • measurement from bottom of piece to top of hood = 18 1/2"

Materials:

  • 500-600 yds EACH of two colors sportweight yarn
  • 4mm straight needles, one pair
  • yarn needle

Suggested yarn:

1200 yards of Sport weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

any

Colorway:

two colors

About Designer

About Designer

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I love to crochet, can't seem to stop doing it since I learned to single crochet in college 11 years ago to keep from falling asleep in a 7 AM class. It was all down hill from there.....or maybe its all been uphill since then?!?!?! Not sure, just know I love my hooks and don't see myself letting them go any time soon.
I am a huge fan of vintage styles, the roaring 20s, 30s and 40s in particular, ...

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