Updated: Jun 7
A cozy accessory that's fun and easy to make!
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The Trailhead Hooded Scarf is exactly what you need to keep you (or a mini) warm and toasty during those bitter, cold months!
This beautiful hybrid accessory features a double wrapped infinity scarf with an attached hood. It's made with cozy, bulky weight yarn and is filled with repetitive beginner stitches, allowing you to sit back and mindlessly create. Plus, since it's worked from side to side in rows and all in one piece, there are only 2 ends to weave in!
WHAT YOU'LL NEED:
HOOKS: 6 mm traditional crochet hook (or hook needed to obtain gauge)
YARN: 3 (4) balls of Petite Wool by We Are Knitters or approx. 460 (615) yards of any bulky weight yarn
NOTIONS: scissors, blunt threading needle, st markers, tape measure
- Sizes are listed in following order: child (adult).
- This accessory is worked from side to side in rows and then seamed together.
- Beginning ch 1 never counts as a st.
- Video tutorial: https://youtu.be/bFBfaGKzpV8
- ch: chain
- dc: double crochet
- f/o: finish off
- sc: single crochet
- slst: slip stitch
- st(s): stitch(es)
- WS: wrong side
GAUGE: 12 sts x 9 rows = 4” x 4" (6 mm hook)
ch 13 Row 1: sc in 2nd ch from hook, dc, *sc, dc*, repeat ** across, turn - 12 sts Row 2: ch 1, *sc, dc*, repeat ** across, turn - 12 sts Rows 3-9: Repeat Row 2.
Ch 37 (61) and leave approx. 35 (40)” tail.
ROW 1: (hood) sc in bl of 2nd ch from hook, dc in bl of next ch, *sc, dc*, repeat instructions in ** across, turn – 36 (60) sts
ROW 2: ch 1, *sc, dc*, repeat instructions in ** across, turn – 36 (60) sts
Repeat Row 2 until hood measures 17 (19)”. Do not f/o.
ROW 3: (scarf) ch 1, *sc, dc*, repeat instructions in ** across until you’ve worked a total of 16 (22) sts, turn
Repeat ROW 2 until project measures 47 (53)” and f/o leaving approx. 15 (21)” tail.
With st markers, attach the first row of the hood and the last row of the scarf together (making sure the scarf is not twisted). Whip st together and f/o. (This is now the WS of the scarf since there is a seam line.)
With the WS facing you, fold hood section in half and attach st markers. Using long tail, whip st hood together and f/o.
Weave in all ends.
And that's it, friends! You now have yourself a beautiful, cozy accessory. I hope you love it as much as I do! Don't forget to tag #KayKrochets and #TrailheadHoodedScarf on social media so I can see your creation!