Black Hooded Scarf with Pockets – Free Crochet Pattern

Black Hooded Scarf with Pockets – Free Crochet Pattern

This black hooded scarf with pockets pattern was inspired by my little brothers girlfriend. I have found that teenagers are inherently tricky to shop for around the holidays. After searching Pinterest for hours {not that I’m complaining} I couldn’t find anything that really inspired me. However, I did see an adorable children’s hooded scarf with a teddy bear face which i pinned for my preschooler! Then the magic happened!  I decided I would take that concept and make it more modern, but still fun, for her! It worked -she LOVED it! I’m sure you will too!

 

Materials:

  • Caron One Pound Yarn in Black
  • Size 5.5 Crochet Hook
  • Stitch markers
  • Yarn Needle (to weave in ends)

Abbreviations:

  • DC – Double Crochet
  • SlSt – Slip Stitch
  • Ch – Chain
  • you can find a full list of abbreviations here.

Scarf:

  • Ch 200
  • Row 1: Ch 2 & turn, DC in each stitch across
  • Row 2: Ch 2 & turn, DC in each stitch across
  • Row 3: Ch 2 & turn, DC in each stitch across
  • Row 4: Ch 2 & turn, DC in each stitch across
  • Row 5: Ch 2 & turn, DC in each stitch across
  • Row 6: Ch 2 & turn, DC in each stitch across
  • Row 7: Ch 2 & turn, DC in each stitch across
  • Row 8: Ch 2 & turn, DC in each stitch across
  • Cut & weave in ends

Pockets:

  • Starting at one end count 20 and place a stitch marker on each side of the scarf, count 20 again (40 stitches total) and place a stitch marker through now formed pocket.
  • Repeat on other side of scarf

  • SC around outer 3 edges of pockets to form

Hood:

  • Find middle of scarf and count 20 in either direction and place stitch markers (40 total stitches.)
  • Attach yarn to first stitch marked with a slip stitch
  • Row 1: Ch 2, DC in each stitch across (to next stitch marker)
  • Row 2: Ch2 & Turn, DC across
  • Row 3: Ch2 & Turn, DC across
  • Row 4: Ch2 & Turn, DC across
  • Row 5: Ch2 & Turn, DC across
  • Row 6: Ch2 & Turn, DC across
  • Row 7: Ch2 & Turn, DC across
  • Row 8: Ch2 & Turn, DC across
  • Row 9: Ch2 & Turn, DC across
  • Row 10: Ch2 & Turn, DC across
  • Row 11: Ch2 & Turn, DC across
  • Row 12: Ch2 & Turn, DC across
  • Row 13: Ch2 & Turn, DC across
  • Row 14: Ch2 & Turn, DC across
  • Row 15: Ch2 & Turn, DC across
  • Row 16: Ch2 & Turn, DC across
  • Row 17: Ch2 & Turn, DC across
  • Row 18: Ch2 & Turn, DC across

  • Fold hood in half and SlSt across top to join hood

  • Cut and weave in ends
  • Join yarn with a SlSt to place where hood meets scarf
  • Row 1: Ch 2, 2 DC in each stitch around

  • Row 2: Ch 2 & turn, 2 DC in each space around, I DC in beginning Ch 2.
  • Row 3: Ch 2 & turn, 2 DC in each space around, I DC in beginning Ch 2.
  • Row 4: Ch 2 & turn, 2 DC in each space around, I DC in beginning Ch 2.
  • Row 5: Ch 2 & turn, 2 DC in each space around, I DC in beginning Ch 2.
  • Row 6: Ch 2 & turn, 2 DC in each space around, I DC in beginning Ch 2.
  • Tie off and weave in ends

This portion of the scarf will be folded back to give the hood its cuff.

  • Attach pom pom to point of hood

 

Congratulations! I hope you love this pattern as much as I do! Please let me know how your finished product turned out in the comments!

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