The Red Riding Hood Pocket Scarf

The Red Riding Hood Pocket Scarf

The Red Riding Hood Pocket Scarf
The Red Riding Hood Pocket Scarf

"Looking for fun crochet project to make for this weekend? This pretty little red riding hood pocket scarf is perfect for you! Learn how to make this adorable scarf with step by step photo tutorial to help along to make this cutie! Worry free if you are a beginner this free pattern is just for you if you know how to make single and double crochet which in mainly use in this pattern. I am using weight worsted yarn hold double while crochet with 6 mm crochet hook."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished Sizefreesize easy to adjust to fit any size

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So other than just designer choice, it is necessary to crochet double? Would not selected a different type provide the same effect? There is no explanation in the directions. Does anyone have any clues that could possibly shed light on this?

Hi Morehouse, I'm sure you could use a half double or even a treble crochet (or whatever you want) to produce the same design. If you use a shorter or longer stitch, you might have to change how many rows you end up making, of course, but it should be just fine. Julia, AFC editor

How practical. I have two small fur babies that I take out for a walk twice a day. An item like this would be so very useful to me. I could forgo digging in pockets for treats or my cell phone because they could be handy in my hooded pocket scarf pocket. I like red, but I think I could tone it down a little.

Wouldnt this be a fun gift paired with a wonderfully illustrated Red Riding Hood book? I love the big pom and the added lacy effect. Probably the most difficult part of this multiple pattern is holding two strands of yarn together as required. Theoretically you could swap that for a bulkier yarn. And if youre not ready to channel your inner fairy tale heroine, it would look just lovely worked up in white or ivory.

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