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"Scoodie" Hooded Scarf Crochet Pattern

By: Stephanie Pokorny from
Scoodie Hooded Scarf Crochet Pattern
Scoodie Hooded Scarf Crochet Pattern
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This Hooded Scarf Crochet Pattern is the perfect go-to one-piece for those cold months. Have a scarf, but no hat? Or a hat, but no scarf? No problem! This scarf-plus-hoodie - or "scoodie" - will keep your head, ears, and neck toasty warm in any winter weather. Hook this for your kiddos and they'll have one less article of clothing to have to keep track of in their lockers. The tassels give the crochet hooded scarf some fun flair, and the sports fans in your life will be sure to wear their scoodies when you change up the colors to represent their favorite teams!


Crochet HookN/15 or 10 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge4 rows and 6 sts = 4″ x 4″ in dc.

Finished SizeThe scoodie measures 50″ wide along the scarf portion and is in total 15″ tall. This will fit the average adult.

Materials List

  • Tapestry needle
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I love wearing Scoodies in the winter and this pattern is a must make for me.. This crochet recipe is so easy to make I know I'll be baking up a few in different colors. I am thinking of what yarn to use though, I need a easy to work with yarn. Any tips? Thank you for sharing this free crochet hooded scarf pattern.

I find it comical how she changes her pattern into recipe form. She has a great sense of humor and a vast imagination to be talented enough to change the cat scoodie into this beautiful creation using basically the same pattern. Love these colors. Scoodie and tank yes. Why? Because Florida!

I thought I recognized that patternits this designers Cheshire Cat creation. This time shes using JoAnns Buttercream yarn (now THAT I have seen in the store). I havent worked that much with boucle yarn that much but since she calls for it to be doubled is using the worsted weight, Ill probably be okay. Ive just found the single strand boucle to be too flimsy.

Gee, this blogger is gorgeous! She sure knows how to model her stuff! She has a great sense of humor in her writing. I think this is what all the cool kids would wear. It's hip, trendy, and fun to boot. It's super thick, using a double strand of the boucle yarn- so be prepared for some monitoring by you as you work with the strands. And if you find that you have to frog it at some point, do it slowly. By pulling out stitches quickly you are more apt to make it tangle or knot. I am speaking from personal experience here. Thanks for this ultra-cool pattern!

Frogging is yet another reason why I stay away from boucle. One of my daughters had picked out some denim colored boucle to work up a hat for her husband, and gave up because it's so hard to work with.


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