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One-Piece Hooded Scarf

Posted on April 8, 2012

I just love these hooded scarf patterns from over at Crochet N’ Crafts. Here is the beginner hooded scarf pattern that I recently crocheted but with a twist. I crocheted this all in one piece.

Okay now for the details. I generally followed the written pattern but only chained on 190 stitches at the beginning so my scarf tails would be a bit shorter. I crocheted the scarf until it was 5-1/2 inches wide and finished with the wrong side facing. Turn and fold the scarf in half. Mark 40 stitches down from the top on each side. Attach your yarn with the right side facing at mark. Ch 1, single crochet (Sc) in same stitch, *Ch 1, skip 1 stitch, and Sc in next stitch*. Repeat between * in established stitch pattern until you meet the other mark for the other side of hood. Ch 1 at end of row and turn. I crocheted my hood until it measured 11 inches tall not including the scarf portion.

Here is a photo of the piece before it has the hood stitched close. Click on it to super-size it.

With right sides facing out, slip stitch to close the top of the hood. The seam is from the top of your head from the face back to the tip at the back of the hood.

Here is the back — Here is the front.

Working the hooded scarf pattern all in one piece makes it work up very quickly. The finished measurements are 5-1/2 wide scarf, hood is 11″ tall with total height of 16-1/2″ and 58″ long scarf.

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13 Responses to “One-Piece Hooded Scarf”

  1. timethief
    Apr 16, 2012

    What a clever way to crochet this in one piece. Well done

  2. Michelle James
    Apr 16, 2012

    The pattern looks complicated but you made the scarf perfectly. Loved it more if it’s in different color. 🙂

  3. Beth Ricks
    Dec 08, 2013

    This is a beautiful piece. I made this in 100% cotton, black, for my mother. I added a lacy border at the end of the scarf and it came out just beautiful.

  4. Britti
    Aug 23, 2014

    What brand of yarn and hook size did you use for this project?

  5. Cindy
    Aug 24, 2014

    Britti – I used a H (5 mm) crochet hook and off-white medium Red Heart super saver yarn.

  6. Toni Elise
    Feb 18, 2015

    thank you for this.. my daughter is going far away and I wanted something for her to snuggle and be warm in.. this is perfect!

  7. Cindy
    Feb 18, 2015

    Toni – So glad you liked the pattern and I’d love to see a picture of your finished hooded scarf. Let me know if you have any questions as you work the pattern.

  8. Mary
    Aug 29, 2015

    I have read through your pattern. Great work.
    I love the idea of a hooded scarf, made in one piece.
    I can see how it will work up quickly.
    Thanks for sharing.

  9. Cindy
    Aug 30, 2015

    @Mary – Thanks and let me know how the pattern works out for you. Email me back if you have any questions.

  10. Jean Lewis
    Feb 13, 2016

    How much yarn is needed? I am confused by the 7 oz/2197 g. What does it mean?

  11. Cindy
    Feb 17, 2016

    @Jean – In the original pattern from Rhelena she estimated the yarn at 7 ounces or two – 197 gram balls. Hope this helps.

  12. Yolanda LugoMontalvo
    Sep 23, 2018

    Love this. You made it very easy to follow. Will be making several of these for all my friends. Be blessed.

  13. Cindy
    Sep 23, 2018

    Yolanda – So happy to hear you are enjoying the pattern and found it easy to use.

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