The red riding hood pocket scarf free crochet pattern

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12halloween custome crochet little red riding hood scarf with pocket easy free pattern

Halloween just coming around the corner. So I was having an idea for a fun costume by Make this little red riding hood pocket scarf with hoodie hat will be so fun to dress up.

Crocheting a long pocket hoody scarf it’s also a challenge for me because it’s take time and patient is the key and I am used a bigger crochet hook size this time to speed up the process.

I hope you guy have fun and enjoy making it.

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Let’s get start!

– I used  100% acrylic Lion brand Heartland color redwood.

Yarn weight  4 medium 142 gram, 251 yard

You will be holding 2 strand of yarn while crochet at all time for this pattern. But If you donot like to work with 2 strand of yarn while crochet just swap with chunky yarn instead it will do the job. For chunky yarn or bulky yarn I would recommend Lion brand wool ease thick and quick.

6 mm crochet hook

Sewing yarn needle

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Skill and abbreviations

You will need to know how to make

-Sl st (slip stitch)

-hd which mean half double crochet

-ch, Chain

-slip knot

-Blo which mean crochet in back loop only

Gauge: 2 crochet stitches x 2 rows = 1 square inch

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This pattern is made for beginners!  There is a basic skill level required to make.

If you don’t understand any technical crochet words, don’t worry I got you cover!

Here is a video titled ‘free crochet class on craftsy‘ and a free pdf file titled ‘the beginner’s guide to crochet‘. These will explain a lot for you

Learn how to read crochet pattern and how to work single crochet free class on crativebug.

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Scarf instruction.

Start of by making a slip knot Then make 20 chain (foundation chain) hold yarn double which mean hold 2 strand of yarn while crochet.

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Row1.  Sl st in the next chain from hook , then * Sl st in the next chain , 1hdc in the next chain* . Repeat from*to* all across , and make sl st in the last chain. Turn chain 1

Row 2. Sl st in the next stitch from hook , then 1hdc in the next stitch. Then * Sl st in the next chain , 1hdc in the next chain* . Repeat from*to* all across , and make sl st in the last chain. Turn chain 1

Repeat row 2 until you has reached the desired length.

For my scarf I measure about 78 inch long and 6 inch wide.

Finish off and leave long tail for sewing,

 

Time for make the hoodie hat.

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Start of by making a slip knot Then make 28 chain (foundation chain) hold yarn double which mean hold 2 strand of yarn while crochet.

 

Row1.  Sl st in the next chain from hook , then * Sl st in the next chain , 1hdc in the next chain* . Repeat from*to* all across , and make sl st in the last chain. Turn chain 1

Row 2. Sl st in the next stitch from hook , then 1hdc in the next stitch. Then * Sl st in the next chain , 1hdc in the next chain* . Repeat from*to* all across , and make sl st in the last chain. Turn chain 1

Repeat row 2 until you has reached the desired length.

For my rectangle for the hoodie hat I measure about 26 inch long and 9 inch wide.

Finish off and leave long tail for sewing,

Then fold in half and we  stitching up the back of the rectangle to form the hoodie by using yarn needle. If you guys can’t picture how I did this then have a look at my teddy bear hoodie hat have more detail on it.

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Make a band.

A band We make separate from the scarf and hoodie

So we make 2 piece for each side of the pocket and 1 piece for hoodie hat.

Start of by making a slip knot Then make 6 chain (foundation chain) hold yarn double which mean hold 2 strand of yarn while crochet.

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Row1.   hdc in the next chain from hook , then 1hdc in the next all across until the end of the row , Turn chain 1

Row 2. Blo, hdc in the next stitch from hook , then 1hdc in the next all across until the end of the row , Turn chain 1

Repeat row 2 until you has reached the desired length.

The band of the hoodie I measure mine is 26 inch long and 1.5 inch wide.

For the scarf band I measure mine is 6 inch long and 1.5 inch wide.

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Now we are ready to assembly the red riding hood pocket scarf.

we attach the band to the each end of the scarf by sewing using a yarn needle after we finished attached the band then we taking one end of the scarf, fold it back 8 inch on top of the scarf . This will create the pocket.

Repeat on the other end of the scarf.

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For the band of the hoodie we attached them by sewing.

After we done with 1 piece of the hoodie and the pocket scarf then we attach the hoodie to the pocket scarf.

Finally you could add the pom pom to give the finishing touch or it’s also very pretty as it is without pom pom.

If you make one I would love to see your creation tag me on Instagram!  would love to see your creation.

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Happy crocheting.
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Comments

  1. Incredible! I found my next project. Instructions look to be well written and easy to understand. Will let you know when I’m done. Thank you.

  2. Hi Mauela, Thanks so much I would love to see your creation.

  3. Is there a printable version of the pattern?

  4. Hi Donna,
    They are coming soon the free pdf version.^^

  5. That will be so helpful. Thank you.

  6. This looks beautiful. Exactly what I was looking for. Is this pattern written in UK or US terms?

  7. Hi Celeste, thanks for stopping by our little crochet corner, I am writing in us crochet term.

  8. This is exactly what I am looking for! Very pretty. I was just looking over the pattern and getting ready to start my project but I had a question on the stitches. Skill and abbreviations section says sc which means single crochet. But….looking through the pattern before getting started I don’t see when and where I will use the single crochet. Did I miss it or is this a typo? Please help as I’d like to get started.

  9. Hi Julie, Thanks for mentioning abut single crochet. in this pattern donot need to use sc , it’s was my typo mistake.

  10. This pattern does not end up looking like the photo. Blo is never mentioned in the pattern. Something is really off.

  11. HI Mary,
    I am Using Blo -crochet in back look in the part of making the band in row2.

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