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Hoodie Scarf Pattern

By: Donna Marrin from
Updated April 20, 2022
Hoodie Scarf Pattern
Hoodie Scarf Pattern
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From the blogger: "When you live in a climate that requires dressing to stay warm from November to March, a hoodie scarf becomes one of your most treasured pieces of outdoor clothing!

A hoodie scarf is easy enough for a beginner to work on, as it’s basically just a long, wide scarf folded in half and seamed down from the fold on one side to create a hood.

It’s both a hat and scarf in one handy piece. It’s a really fun project to work on—you can mix colors and patterns, combine different types of chunky yarn, and it doesn’t take long to complete!"


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Finished Size50" long x 10.5" wide

Materials List

  • One ball of Phentex Worsted yarn, Light Old Rose (14 oz/400g/867 yds/792m)
  • 5 mm crochet hook
  • Six 3/4" rose-colored buttons
  • Sewing needle and pink thread for sewing on buttons

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A hoodie scarf is simply a big rectangle so it is easy enough for a beginner and challenging enough for a more experienced crocheter to experiment with different stitches and different textures of yarn. This hoodie is crocheted in once single piece and then sewed to form the hood.

This is a compelling hoodie scarf pattern. I was not too sure about it with the buttons and all but when I went to the link, I really like the design when it is made with a different color other than the pink and without the buttons.

When I saw this pattern on the pattern of the day my first though was Little Red Riding Hood. This is the perfect addition to any outer wear for colder weather. If you select to wear it under or over the jacket/coat this will keep Jack Frost at bay.

I was never a fan of hoods until I moved to a windy climate, first Arizona. You just need that extra protection. This should be easy to work up right in time for winter. I like the detail of the pattern. You can't say it is boring. Thank you.

Cool. This reminds me of Lord of the Rings!

Very unique. I have never seen one of these. This hoodie scarf is just a big rectangle folded in half and stitched a few times and waalaa, it turns into this beautiful piece. It is similar in construction to the making of a shrug. Very easy to do even a beginner could make one very quickly.

This is a nice surprise! When you go to the link for the instructions, theres not one but two patterns included on the pageincluding an infinity version. This is such a simple but clever design that Im going to bookmark it for my senior ladies. Many of them like to wear headscarves to protect their ears. Just the thing for when the snowflakes begin to fly.


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