Free Crochet Patterns for Hooded Scarves

TLC Hooded Scarf - Free Crochet Pattern
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Free Crochet Patterns for Hooded Scarves

Hooded scarves are basically a combination of a scarf and a hood. Not only are they a convenient way to keep warm in the cold weather, but they are also quick and easy to make.

There are several ways of making a hooded scarf. One way is to crochet the scarf as normal, and then crochet another rectangular piece for the hood. The hood piece is then folded in half and closed up along one edge in order to form the hood. The bottom edge of the hood is then attached to one side of the scarf.

When using the above method, the seam will fall at the back of the head. But if you don’t mind the seam at the top, then you can work the first row of stitches for the hood directly into the edge of the scarf. This is a convenient method because you don’t have to sew the hood to the scarf afterwards.

And the easiest way to make a hooded scarf is to make a wide scarf. Then fold the scarf in half, and starting at the fold, sew a small seam on one side until the hood is tall enough. You can do this with any scarf pattern that allows you to adjust the width.

Depending on the stitch pattern, hooded scarves can be very easy to crochet and thus suitable for beginners and crocheters at all levels.

Bamboo Hooded Scarf - Wolf Crochet

Here is a crochet pattern for a beautiful hooded scarf. The yarn that is used is Bamboo, which is on the expensive side, but it is soft and creates a lovely fabric. This scarf has a nice wavy texture to it, and is stylish enough to wear anywhere in the cold weather. - Bamboo Hooded Scarf

Beginner Hooded Scarf - CrochetN’Crafts

This is a pattern that is suitable for a beginner. It consists of chains and single crochet stitches, which are very easy to do. The yarn that is used is Bernat Super Value, but due to the nature of this pattern, you can use just about any yarn and hook size that you want. - Beginner Hooded Scarf

Crochet Hood Scarf - Antique Crochet Patterns

This one is an antique hood scarf pattern. It is slightly different than what is being designed today. Instead of a hooded appearance, it almost looks like a kerchief at the top of the head. Nevertheless, it will help to keep both your head and neck warm. - Crochet Hood Scarf

Hooded Scarf Crochet Pattern - Deb’s Crochet

This looks like a super easy pattern for a hooded scarf. The scarf measures about 7 inches wide and is worked in rows across. Then it is folded in half and sewn together at the center fold in order to shape the hood. - Hooded Scarf Crochet Pattern

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Silwen 5 years ago from Europe

the red hooded scarf in the 1st picture is amazing. It reminds me a fairy tale about Little Red Riding Hood. :) Great collection. Thank you.

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PWalker281 5 years ago

While I wouldn't need one of these here in HI, they would make great gifts. Nice selection! Rated up and useful!

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Rhelena 5 years ago Author

Silwen, Thanks for the compliment! It is one of my own designs, and i guess I could have called it the Little Red Riding Hood(ed) Scarf. :)

PWalker, You are so lucky to not need these. Maybe one day I'll move south too and enjoy the warm weather year-round. :)

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Barbara Kay 4 years ago from USA

I shared the page with the group. This is a nice collection.

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Rhelena 4 years ago Author

Thank you Barb, I really appreciate it!

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RhondaHumphreys1 4 years ago from Michigan

Wonderful collection. I thought I had found all the free sites. Voted up and useful

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Rhelena 4 years ago Author

Thanks Ronda!

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DDE 3 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

Truly great and looks a beautiful piece love the style.

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Rhelena 3 years ago Author

Thanks DDE!

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Susan Recipes 3 years ago from India

Great design. I loved it. Thanks for sharing.

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Rhelena 3 years ago Author

Thanks Susan! Glad you like it. :)

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Jackie Lynnley 3 years ago from The Beautiful South

I love this, especially the pockets; would keep head and hands warm. Would make nice presents too. I may get started. Thanks for sharing.

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Phyllis Doyle 3 years ago from High desert of Nevada.

I love hooded scarves. These patterns are great. Like Jackie, I like the idea of pockets at the end of the scarf.

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Rhelena 3 years ago Author

Jackie and Phyllis, Thank you so much for stopping by and offering your feedback.

Hope you both enjoy it if you get a chance to make it. :)

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