Monday, September 16, 2013

Chunky Hooded Infinity Scarf

This crochet hooded scarf is one of my recent favorite projects.  I just love how it turned out.  It is so warm and cozy!  This would make a great Christmas gift! 
I used Yarn Bee Fleece Lite in Rustica.  The color is amazing and I love the feel of the yarn.  It works up really well.
I think I am going to have to make a second one because both me AND my daughter are going to want to wear it...once it finally cools down!

Swirls and Sprinkles: Crochet Hooded Infinity Scarf.  Free pattern.
Hooded Infinity Scarf
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Hooded Infinity Scarf.  One size fits most.
What you will need:
N hook
Bulky weight yarn (5) I used 2 skeins of yarnbee fleece light.
Yarn needle

Dc-double crochet
Sl-st-slip stitch

Ch 42
Row 1: Dc in 3rd ch from the hook and each ch across.  Ch 2, turn(40 dc)
Row 2-11 :  Dc in first st and each st across.  Ch 2, turn.  (40dc)
Fasten off.
Fold Rectangle in half so the beginning ch is folded together.  Attach yarn in the corner and sl-st evenly down the beginning chain to form the back of the hood.
Fasten off and weave in ends.

Swirls and Sprinkles: Hooded infinity scarf pattern
Hood folding diagram.  Hope this helps!

Ch 100 and join with sl-st to first ch to form ring. 
Ch 2, dc in each ch around.  Do not join. (100 dc)
Twist work ½ turn and begin working in bottom of ch around.
Swirls and Sprinkles: Hooded infinity scarf pattern
Twist beginning of work down.

1 dc bottom of each ch around.  (100 dc)
Swirls and Sprinkles: Hooded infinity scarf pattern.
Working in bottom of chain around.

When you come back around you should be met with the top of the first dc made for the scarf. 
Swirls and Sprinkles: Hooded infinity scarf pattern
Continue around, working in the top of each st.

1 dc in each st around until you have reached your desired width.
Fasten off and weave in ends.

Join hood with scarf either by a length of yarn and using a whip-stitch, or by joining yarn and evenly sl-st’ing across.
Swirls and Sprinkles: Infinity hooded scarf pattern
How cozy does that look?!


  1. Very pretty :-) Thanks for sharing your pattern.
    Blessings :-)

  2. There is an error on Row 2 of the hood. How many rows total?

    1. Oh goodness, thanks for telling me! There should be 11 rows for the hood. :)

  3. I have a question when you fold the back of the hood in half, where the beginning stitches are together is that long ways or in a circle? I'm new to crocheting and it doesn't make sense. your reply would be appriciated. super cute pattern for xmas gifts

    1. I just added a diagram and hope that it clears up any confusion. Once your hood is finished, you fold your sides together and then sl-st across the starting ch row.

  4. I am confused. Is this a hood with two scarfs attached to each side of the hood, or a hood with one long scarf? Or a really large loop with the back side of the hood stitched shut, and the rest of the loop gets looped around your head/neck?

    1. The last one. :) It is an infinity scarf (large loop) with the hood stitched shut in the back and stitched to the edge of the scarf. Sorry for the confusion!

  5. I found the chain 42 a little shallow. Would any even nunber work for the chain 50 or 60?

    1. Yes, any number would be fine! One of the things I love about crochet is that you can adjust any pattern to your liking. :)