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Scrumptious Scoodie: Hooded Scarf Free Crochet Pattern

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Have you ever made a Scoodie? A scoodie is a hooded scarf that is perfect to wear while walking the dogs, watching a football game, or any other outdoor activity during the winter months. This Scrumptious Scoodie crochet pattern is so quick to work up and so comfy, you’ll want to wear it everywhere. Because we are using a super bulky weight yarn with a super sized crochet hook, we can knock it out in no time!

We are using Half Double Crochet for this scoodie pattern. In half double crochet stitches there are three loops: front, back, and the third loop. To give texture to the scarf, we are alternating using the front two loops with the top (normal) two loops.

I decided to use a size 6 (super bulky) yarn for this scoodie pattern. Pair that with a huge hook (the same size we use to make the 4-Hour Fall Sweater) and this bad boy whips up lightning fast. At just 23 rows for the entire design – including the hood – I’m in love! 😀

Materials:

Bernat Wool Up Bulky yarn (discontinued) (size 6/super bulky)
-approx. 333 yards (Dark Grey pictured)

Crochet hook in size Q/15mm

Gauge: 5 hdc sts x 6 rows = 4″ square

Finished dimensions: approx. 72″ x 8″ (not including fringe)

Pattern Notes:

The chain-1 at beginning of each row does not count as a stitch.

Alternate between using the front two loops and the back two loops of each stitch throughout pattern.

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Scoodie Pattern

Row 1: Ch-91, hdc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch. to end. (90)

Rows 2 – 9: Ch-1, turn, hdc in first st, * hdc in front 2 loops (the front loop and third loop as pictured) of next st, hdc in top 2 loops of next * repeat between * * across (43 more times), hdc in front 2 loops of last stitch. (90)

Fasten off and turn.

Hood:

Skip the first 30 stitches and attach yarn in 31st st…
Row 10: Ch-1, hdc in first st. * hdc in front 2 loops of next st, hdc in top 2 loops of next st * repeat between * * 13 more times, hdc in front 2 loops of next st. (30)

Rows 11 – 23: Ch-1, turn, hdc in first st, * hdc in front 2 loops of next st, hdc in top 2 loops of next * repeat between * * 13 more times, hdc in front 2 loops of last stitch. (30)

Fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing hood. Fold hood in half and use the Mattress Stitch to sew the top of the hood together.

Scoodie hood

Edging:

Sc evenly around entire scoodie. If desired, add fringe to each end of the scarf. I placed one strand in each stitch, then separated the yarn to give it a “squiggly” look.

That is it! I hope you enjoyed working up this super quick pattern, and I look forward to creating with you again soon.

Scrumptious Scoodie Hooded Scarf Free Crochet Pattern

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16 Comments

  1. Ashlea I am making a Octopus and I am suck. Can't find any on you tube to help. Could you please show me what it means when it says work 1 DC into the DC in front of the first dc
  2. Making mine now! Would LOVE to make one for my toddlers (sizes 4 and 6) with the heat wave colors they picked out! Not sure what adjustments to make with the hook size and such.
  3. Dumb question but I'm relatively new. I wanted to weave in the yarn as I start the hood, but how do I start with a chain without weaving in the tail first? Or is that what I need to do?
  4. I have trouble getting even chains with this large of a hook. Could I use a foundation half double instead?
    1. It took me a long time and lots of starting over to get the stitch size right with that hook. It goes so quick once you get it down though!
  5. I’m in love with this pattern. It looks and feels awesome when finished. I’m on my 4th one! They work up so fast. Thanks Ashlea for another amazing pattern!!!
    1. You could help me with the hood instructions please? Ive read the pattern but i don’t understand about how to sew up the hood
  6. LOVE IT BUT COULD WE MAKE IT SHORTER AND PUT POCKETS FOR HAND WARMERS. THANK YOU ASHLEA FOR ALL YOU DO I HARDLY EVER GO ON EMAIL
    1. Hi Dianna! The length on this scarf hangs down to about fingertip level on both sides...so you could make it longer by adding about 20 chains and then folding the ends up to create pockets. Hope this helps!