This is a very cozy hooded scarf! This winter scarf is crocheted using a traditional granny stitch and it has a ribbed edge created with front and back post double crochet stitches. The finished scarf length is approximately 62 inches and the width of the scarf is approximately 9.5 inches. The hood height is 13 inches X 13 inches wide (when flat). You can easily change the length of the scarf shorter (to make this a hooded cowl or hooded infinity scarf) or longer to have much more scarf to wrap around on the outside of your jacket or coat. Have fun making this easy hooded scarf with my free pattern!
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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 Sugar Bush Bold 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!
The Take Me Outside Infinity Scarf
The Take Me Outside infinity scarf pattern is created with beginner crocheters in mind. Super simple with just the double crochet stitch, it is easy to crochet. This pattern offers two versions. You can make it in the round or crochet it flat and join the ends to make your infinity scarf. It uses a bulky number 5 yarn and an N hook. It looks great with jeans and a casual sweater and also with a winters coat for those extra chilly days. I used Loops and Threads Charisma in Sunny Day.
Retta Infinity Cowl
"The Retta Crochet Infinity Cowl is long and lacy. This easy crochet pattern can be fashioned into a summer scarf or cowl. Just one skein of yarn creates this lovely crochet cowl pattern. Step by step photo tutorial is included for any level crocheter. The beginner friendly crochet mesh used in the Retta Cowl is a simple one row repeat. Which makes this crochet infinity cowl pattern a relaxing project, while also watching tv or even listening to a book."
The Beginner Easy Ribbed Cowl
Learn how to crochet this super easy ribbed crochet cowl for beginner with simple to read pattern and very detail photo tutorial to help along the way to make this adorable cowl scarf. These cowl is perfect for novice crocheter only need some basic crochet skill like single and half double crochet. These will be a great handmade gift for your friends and family or spice up your wardrobe. Be creative by adding some more colour to brighten up.
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Criss Cross Ridges Infinity Scarf
"The Criss Cross Ridges Infinity Scarf has so much fun texture and works up nice and quickly! It's so soft and squishy, while also being a nice weight for milder temperatures between seasons. This infinity scarf is long enough to wrap twice. It comes out to approximately 60 inches in length. This scarf looks super fun in this self-striping rainbow effect yarn, but would also look beautiful made with one solid color of yarn. When finished, this infinity scarf is approximately 60 inches long and 6 inches wide. I hope you love making this scarf! "
Diamonds Cowl and Infinity Scarf
"The Diamonds Cowl and Infinity Scarf was made to match the Diamonds Beanie, Slouch, Messy Bun and Ear Warmer. Options There are two styles included in this pattern, cowl and infinity scarf. Yarn For this pattern, I've included instructions for both worsted weight and bulky weight yarns. In the notes section, I've listed a few suggested alternatives to help you figure out the best yarn for your crochet cowl or infinity scarf. All of my patterns are written in standard American terms, unless noted otherwise."
Strisce Ruffle Edge Wrap
"The easy crochet ruffle edge on this wrap really makes a statement. Combined with the textured post stitches, it's stunning. Have I mentioned how I love the front post stitch? It's one of my favorites. The texture it creates is so visually appealing. The front post double crochet is also a pretty stretchy stitch, so it worked perfectly in this wrap. The pattern repeat is quickly established and you'll be able to watch tv or listen to your book while crocheting away."