Whether you’re on your way to Granny’s house or just headed to pick up the kids from school, this hooded scarf has got you covered. With beautiful texture and pixie style, this one needs to go on your “have to make this one” list! Thanks so much to Kati from Hooked by Kati for sharing this free crochet pattern for our 30 Days of Cozy event!
Meet Kati Brown
Kati Brown is the designer, artist, and blogger behind Hooked by Kati. She is a regular contributor to numerous magazines, including Crochet!, Crochet World, Simply Crochet, I Like Crochet, and Happily Hooked. Kati designs crochet patterns in bright colors and has a never-ending love for safety eyes. Her two boys test all amigurumi for durability and aerodynamics. When she is not crocheting, Kati can be found with her husband, dressed in Star Wars costumes for charity events around Northern Colorado.
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The Harvest Wave Hooded Scarf
A hooded scarf or “scoodie” is a necessity in Colorado winters. Who knows when you will need to hide your face from a frosty wind! But a hooded scarf is also a great fashion piece. There is just something about a hood on your shoulders than makes you feel classically cool.
The Harvest Waves Hooded Scarf is texture-rich and full of attitude! Wear it with a jacket or wear it all day to dress up a simple top with leggings. It is long enough to tie or just leave it hanging open to compliment tunic tops and T-shirts. Scoodies are great gifts for all ages, especially tween and teenage girls in need of something funky to wear with boots. Make it in her favorite color!
The stitch pattern is a twist on a simple cable. The end result is a wavy pattern reminiscent of a hayfield blowing in the wind before harvest. Work this pattern in your favorite, softest worsted weight yarn to add some coziness to your Autumn and Winter wardrobe.
- Red Heart With Love, worsted weight #4 yarn (100% acrylic; 370 yds/338 m per 7 oz/198 g skein)
- 2 skeins Pewter
- US Size J/9 (6.0mm) crochet hook
- Yarn needle
- Printable PDF Pattern for the Harvest Wave Hooded Scarf
Scarf: 74” long x 5.5” wide
Hood: 28” long x 11” wide before folding
7 dc and 4 rows = 3”/7.5 cm
Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain gauge.
- beg – Beginning
- ch – Chain
- dc – Double Crochet
- hdc – Half-double Crochet
- RS – Right Side
- sc – Single Crochet
- sl st – Slip Stitch
- st(s) – Stitch(es)
- tr – Treble Crochet
- WS – Wrong Side
- Dc2tog: double crochet decrease: [Yo, insert hook into next st, pull up a loop, yo, pull through two loop on hook] twice, yarn over, pull through all 3 loops on hook.
- Hdc2tog: half double crochet decrease: Yo, insert hook into next st, pull up a loop, insert hook into next st, pull up a loop, yo, pull through all 4 loops on hook.
- Sc2tog: single crochet decrease: Insert hook into next st, pull up a loop, insert hook into next st, pull up a loop, yo, pull through all 3 loops on hook.
- Pattern written in US terminology.
- Similar worsted weight yarns may be substituted; please check gauge.
- Ch 3 at beginning or row counts as dc.
- Ch 2 at beginning of row does NOT count as hdc.
- Ch 1 at beginning of row does NOT count as sc.
How to Make this Hooded Scarf
Row 1 (WS): Sc in second chain from hook, sc across, turn. (94)
Row 2 (RS): Ch 3 (see Notes), skip 1, dc in next 3 sts, tr in skipped st, [skip 1, dc in next 3 sts, tr in skipped st] across, dc in last st, turn. (94)
Row 3: Ch 1 (see Notes), sc across, turn.
Row 4: Ch 2 (see Notes), hdc across, turn.
Row 5: Ch 1, sc across, turn.
Rows 6-13: Repeat rows 2 and 3 four times.
Row 14: Ch 2, hdc across, turn.
Row 15: Ch 1, sc across, turn.
Rows 16-23: Repeat rows 2 and 3 four times.
Row 24: Ch 2, hdc across. Turn.
Row 25: Ch 1, sc across. Turn.
Rows 26-27: Repeat rows 2 and 3. Do not bind off.
Fold in half with right side facing. Working through both layers of last row, sc across. (47)
Bind off. Weave in ends.
Row 1 (WS): Sc in second chain from hook, sc across, turn. (224)
Row 2 (RS): Ch 3, dc in same st, skip 1, dc in next 3 sts, tr in skipped st, [skip 1, dc in next 3 sts, tr into skipped st] across, 2 dc in last st, turn. (226)
Row 3: Ch 1, 2 sc in first st, sc across to last st, 2 sc in last st, turn. (228)
Row 4: Ch 2, 2 hdc in first st, hdc across to last st, 2 hdc in last st, turn. (230)
Row 5: Ch 1, 2 sc in first st, sc across to last st, 2 sc in last st. Turn. (232)
Rows 6-9: Repeat rows 2 and 3 twice. (240 at end of Row 9)
Row 10: Ch 3, dc2tog, skip 1, dc in next 3 sts, tr in skipped st, [skip 1, dc in next 3 sts, tr into skipped st] to the last 2 st, dc2tog, turn. (238)
Row 11: Ch 1, sc2tog, sc across to last 2 st, sc2tog, turn. (236)
Row 12-13: Repeat rows 10 and 11. (232 at end of Row 11)
Row 14: Ch 2, hdc2tog, hdc across to last 2 sts, hdc2tog, turn. (230)
Row 15: Ch 1, sc2tog, sc across to last 2 sts, sc2tog. turn. (228)
Rows 16-17: Repeat rows 10 and 11. (224 at end of Row 17)
Bind off. Weave in ends.
With right sides facing, fold scarf in half lengthwise. Mark the center stitch of the last row.
With right sides facing, align side edge of hood with scarf. Match marked stitch on scarf with seam of hood. Working though both layers of work, sc scarf and hood together.
Turn hood right side out.
Cut 80 pieces of yarn 12 inches long. Sort into bundles of 8 strands each (10 bundles). Fold in half.
Insert hook into desired stitch, loop bundle over hook, pull through, wrap remaining strands of bundle over hook and pull entire bundle through loop. Pull tight.
Repeat with 5 bundles on each end of the scarf, evenly spaced.
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