Dragon Rider's Scoodie, what the best dressed dragon riders are wearing. Light weight, but warm-it even has pockets in the tips of the wings so you can pretend to fly.
Granny's Hood is actually a scoodie: a scarf with an attached hood. The scarf is made with granny squares, and the hood is made with sides of 1/4 circle grannies, and granny squares down the center. Bright, happy, rainbow colors of yarn are used making this piece full of joy.
Due to the way the scoodie is constructed, it fits many sizes. The parts of the scoodie are joined using the join-as-you-go method, so there is no seaming. If you want the scarf to be longer or shorter, just add or subtract squares from the scarf section, it’s quite simple. Brighten up the white winter with Granny's Hood!
Have you always felt like you belonged in a galaxy far, far away? Enlighten your spirit Jedi as Yoda with this Yoda Scoodie! Make with 3 skeins of super bulky yarn, this free crochet scoodie pattern works up nicely and allows option to be made as inifinity scarf or normal hanging scarf. Use with 10mm hook, a little bit of sewing required for ears.
This Kunik Scoodie makes me feel like I'm ready for the runway and the snow lodge. It dresses up and down easily. You can pair it with jeans and a sweater or dress it up with a sleek outfit for a night out. It is versatile, and functional, with pockets deep enough to carry your phone, wallet, and other goodies!
"This Spider Pumpkin Hat is the perfect Halloween Hat if you don't like dressing up. Get creative with your Jack O Lantern faces and foam pieces. You can make several different faces if you'd like. This hat is made in a square design giving it a slight pumpkin look and uses an easy stitch that creates the lovely texture you see. You can even add different pom poms if you don't like the Spider Pom poms."
Of course, it doesn't have to be a cat - change the ear style and it can be any animal at all - the colors had me thinking both wolf and Totoro! In an orangey red it would make a great fox too. Your imagination is the only limit!