Contributed by Crochet Dreamz
As the designer of this attractive hooded scarf points out, the scarf is often one of the first patterns that a beginner in crochet will try. It offers a chance to become familiar with common stitches while making a warm and pretty accessory to wear.
This pattern is made from worsted weight yarn and it works up quickly in double crochet stitches. The ridges on the hood add texture, but are optional; if preferred, you can omit that step.The pattern illustrated here is made with a simple edging around the hood, but if you are familiar with shell or picot stitches, you could try these edgings instead.
As for colors
As for colors – well, as you can see, this hooded scarf looks great in a single color, but the pattern also lends itself to a striped design, as the ridges can easily be worked in a contrasting color.
Free Pattern Download
You can view the Free Crochet Pattern – Aesthetic Hooded Scarf online, or download it as a free PDF file. The pattern includes detailed instructions of stitches, as well as close-up photos to follow.
About the Contributor:
Crochet Dreamz is the creative crochet blog of a stay-at-home mom who started crocheting for the love of flowers and was hooked for life. She says, “Crochet with its immense possibilities never ceases to amaze me. I love how versatile the craft is and how it can be modified to suit different seasons and styles. I mostly work with worsted weight yarn which comes in a lot of different colors and textures. Designing crochet patterns for babies will always be my first love. I draw inspiration from everything I see around me and love bright colors. I am so glad to have found something I will always enjoy.”