Majestic Hooded Scarf Pattern


Majestic Hooded Scarf Pattern

Majestic Hooded Scarf Pattern
Majestic Hooded Scarf Pattern

Take a walk through some medieval woods with the Majestic Hooded Scarf Pattern. While wearing this crochet scarf, you'll feel like you might see a unicorn or something surreal appear from the mists. Your imagination might wander a bit, but isn't that a great break from reality?

We love the variegated, chunky yarn used in this hooded scarf pattern because it's soft and creates an interesting design. This crochet pattern will definitely cast a spell on you and take you on a little adventure.


Crochet HookL/11 or 8 mm hook

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge9 hdc x 7 rows = 4

Finished Size72 in x 22 in

Materials List

  • Deborah Norville Collection™ Serenity® Chunky by Premier® Yarns (100% acrylic; 100 g/109 yds)#DN600-15 – 5 skeins
  • US Size L-11 (8 mm) crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge
  • Tapestry needle
  • 2 removable stitch markers


  1. Chain 158 sts.

  2. Row 1: Work hdc in 3rd ch from hook and in each st across, turn – 156 hdc.

  3. Row 2: Ch 2, hdc in each st, turn.

  4. Rep Row 2 until piece meas 8”.

  5. Fasten off.


  1. With RS facing, use st markers to mark the center 44 sts on one long edge of scarf.

  2. At first marker, join yarn with a sl st.

  3. Next Row: Ch 2, hdc in same st as join and in each of next 43 sts, turn – 44 sts.

  4. Next Row: Ch 2, hdc in each st, turn.

  5. Rep last row until hood meas approximately 14”.

  6. Fasten off.


  1. Fold hood in half and, using tapestry needle and yarn, sew top of hood seam tog.

  2. Weave in ends. Block gently.

Wanna try something fun? Learn how to turn a scarf into an infinity scarf with this video tutorial!

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The hoodie part is confusing me. The 44 from center?

I don't now about needing a scarf that will help me see a unicorn but I'd love one that has a nice over the head and back of the neck cover. I really like the look of this. With our cold, windy Maine winters this is an ideal scarf, hat combination. It is also a pattern that is nice enough to make for gifts. It looks soft and warm too.

I like the purple variegated yarn used. I see this was given an intermediate crochet skill level, but I think that the use of basic stitches would make this an easy project for beginners also. Bulky yarn will make it work up quickly. Premier yarns are a very good high quality yarn and I like that this is actually two items in one.

This is a really nice scarf pattern. Although it is marked "Intermediate" above, it's actually not that difficult to make. The bulky/chunky yarn and large hook means it should work up quickly. I love the colors in the photo but I'm sure it would look great in any self patterning yarn, or even a rich solid color like royal blue or deep purple.

I am one of those very strange people who can not stand to wear anything on their head but this scarf is so delightful that I want to make it for myself anyway! Perhaps I will leave out the hood part of the pattern but I love the color and the design of the scarf so much that I may even become converted to wearing hoods, lol.

I love this Majestic Hooded Scarf! Hooded scarfs are the best for kids and adults who loose one or the other in a set. I like that the hat is attached to the scarf and that the hat is not tight and messing up my hair. This pattern is well written and easy to follow, making for a quick project. I have made a few of these and some I have made the scarf part 6 inches longer and folded them up and whipped stitched the sides closed for pockets. So cute and cozy! Thank you so much for this free crochet pattern.

Finally I found a hooded scarf pattern that I can follow the instructions and wear to work. I work in Finance so I have to dress more conservatively. Looks simple to do and I can use up scrap yarn doing it.

The Majestic Hooded Scarf is a very practical accessory these winter months as the scarf serves a double purpose to the wearer. It is a scarf and at the same time a head cover. If you have this hooded scarf, you don't have to wear a hat as the hood is enough to protect your head and ears from the freezing cold. You can make this hooded scarf in any color of your choice. Thanks for the free pattern.



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