40+ Free Crochet Hooded Scarf Patterns
Find the ideal hooded scarf crochet pattern for yourself, child, family members or friends. There's hooded scarf patterns for everyone!
Hooded scarves are one of those genius ideas that make life easier without sacrificing style. On a brisk fall day, it's so satisfying to wrap a warm scarf around you and just pull up the hood.
That's why we've gathered 20+ Free Hooded Scarf Crochet Patterns. We think you'll love all of these trendy crochet scarf patterns.
Sometimes called "scoodies" or "snoods," a combination of scarf and hoodie, hooded scarves are perfect for all ages. Once you learn how to crochet a hooded scarf, you may never go back to separates.
With hooded scarves, there's no need to dig around for a hat and you're prepared when a strong wind rolls in. If the sun is out, you can simply put the hood down.
Simple and stylish, these free hooded scarf patterns will become your favorite accessory this autumn. You'll be ready for the weather, no matter which way the wind blows!
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PLUS! Want a visual walkthrough of a hooded scarf pattern? Check out this video tutorial from our friend, Kristi Simpson, right below, and learn how to crochet your own hooded scarf pattern.
Hooded Crochet Scarf Patterns
These hooded scarf crochet patterns offer style and comfort. Whether you make one for yourself or as a gift, you'll be pleased with how quick and easy they are to work up. Here are some basic hooded scarf crochet patterns to get your started.
Once you learn how to crochet a hooded scarf, you may want to try some more unique patterns. Some of these crochet scarf patterns have animal ears or other cute details. Check them out and find your perfect fall accessory.
Crochet this whimsical snood inspired by Netflix's series, Wednesday! This bubbly pink pattern will help you channel your inner Enid.
If you're more of a Wednesday than an Enid, work up this moody snood in her signature color.
This weekend project is worked in rows of blues to create a simple, cozy result. It's an enchanting design any gal would love.
Add some cat ears to your finished hooded scarf to help you stand out in the crowd - plus, sew on little paw print appliques to get the full effect.
The name for this pattern comes from the gorgeous fall foliage you'd expect in a forest.
Vary up your stitch patterns and use a bright, bold color for your next project, like in this pictured design.
Kids will love this two-in-one hat and scarf because they can throw it on quick before they go out to play.
This simple project is easy to work up and produces gorgeous results! The white border really adds class to this project.
Inspired by the classic fairy tale, this bright red hooded scarf will keep you warm as you travel over the river and through the woods.
As if a hooded scarf alone wasn't magical enough - this design has pockets for your hands! It's going to keep you so cozy.
Beginners rejoice, this scarf can be all yours in no time! It's an awesome easy pattern that still impresses.
Super bulky yarn is a great way to amp up the cozy factor while also speeding up a project.
Don't forget you can always add a border to your finished project to help it stand out and give it that extra something!
A subtly variegated yarn, like this one, really adds a nice texture to the finished product. Isn't it just stunning?
The bobble stitch and cable stitch are both used to work up this crochet hooded scarf resulting in a beautifully textured design.
As if one cat-themed hooded scarf wasn't enough, we have another option for you to choose from!
If you aren't into the cat ear idea, you can give this bear hood a try - it's equally as warm, cute and cozy!
Super chunky yarn means this beautiful project works up in a hurry and is extra cozy against the cold winter air!
Your winter wardrobe is about to become outrageously classy. Use a faux fur yarn to create a deliciously cozy and cute cold weather accessory.
Use cheery pastel colors to combat the gray gloom of winter! Make this pretty project that is full of brightness and texture.
Beautiful bold strips are the hallmark of this design, and it's undeniably cuddly and warm!
Add ears to this faux fur hooded scarf pattern to get the look of an adorably fierce wolf out and about.
The granny stitch makes this pattern work up in a jiffy, and the colors are perfectly wintry!
Fans of infinity scarves can get their scoodie fix, too! Learn how to work up a basic infinity scarf with a hood for great drape.
The color of this project alone is so stuning, and the stitches as well as the cozy drape make this one desirable project!
Alternate between rows of shells, puffs, and simpler crochet stitches to create beautiful texture! Using a single color of yarn really helps the patterns pop.
This is one unique project! Pink yarn plus bear years and cute rainbow pom poms make this the cheeriest winter accessory you'll find.
This pretty project has a fairy tale vibe that we just love! Finish off the project with tassels for a fun detail.
Add a cute pink border and buttons for cheery detail with this simple pattern.
Keep it simple with this hooded scarf with pockets! A neutral color means this makes a great gift and goes with any outfit.
Welcome the colder weather with shades of blue! This is such a pretty project with a nice repetitive stitch pattern so you can work it up in front of the TV.
Why go neutral when you can go bold? This bright red hooded scarf is nice and thich which helps it drape beautifully.
Hooded Crochet Cowl Patterns
Hooded scarves too bulky and cumbersome for your liking? You can easily tailor a hooded scarf into a hooded cowl if you'd rather not have too much around your neck. This little accessory will still keep you warm in the winter, it just fits under your coat a little easier.
You can make any of these hooded cowls a hooded crochet scarf by increasing the lengths of the pieces around your neck, so they're fully customizeable!
This finished cowl has some amazing texture - and all you need to do is work the half double crochet stitch to get it! This hooded scarf pattern is fun and fulfilling!
The hood and scarf are worked separately and then sewed together, so you have the option of making this without the hood if you're just in the need of a scarf.
Simple and chic and perfect for any city-dweller - this project is fast and super warm.
This is a simple project that's cozy for fall or spring! Your casual cowl pulls up into a hood to block against the breeze.
Here's another design with animal ears, but this one's an adorable fox - what do you think?
Who said hooded cowls need to be plain? Turn yourself into an adorable fox with this cute pattern! Wear it all winter or use it specifically for part of a Halloween costume.
Are you a Star Wars fan? This hooded scarf is inspired by the adorable ewoks from the films!
This pretty cowl works up in a hurry! This textured yarn means you can use simple stitches and the project still really pops.
Here's a cowl pattern with some magic attached. Be sure to work this one up for a fantasy lover.
And with all these hooded scarves and cowls to make, here's one more to share - this one's specifically for your little one.
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What's your favorite winter accessory?
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