Englewood Hoodie Scarf Free Crochet Pattern

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I have a confession: I love to make hats but I hate to wear them. Yup! I will give hats away before I wear them. I don’t know why - but I have always been more of a hoodie gal. SO I have started to add hoods wherever I can. To scarves, to ponchos. You name it and I will stick a hood on it! Here is a fun twist on the classic scarf - yup - I added a hood.

Supply List:
Category 6 Bulky Yarn - approx 355 yds - for best results use one of these:
Lion Brand Heartland Thick & Quick
Lion Brand Hometown USA
Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick
Crochet Hook Size Q / 15 mm
Large needle to weave ends

Stitches Used / Abbreviations:

fhdc- foundation half double crochet
ch - Chain
hdc – half double crochet
dc – double crochet

st(s) – stitch(es)

Gauge: 5.5 sts x 3.25 rows = 4” double crochet
Finished Length: 66” x 7” wide (after folding up and sewing pockets)

Row 1: Fhdc x108, Turn. 

 Rows 2-6: Ch 1 (not a stitch), 108 dc across, Turn.

 Row 7: Ch 1, 108  hdc across.

 Fasten off. The base scarf is now complete.


Turn, count 39 stitches in from the end of the base to begin and rejoin your yarn.

Row 1: Ch 2 (counts as first dc), 29 dc across for total of 30 dc (including ch 2), Turn, leaving remaining 39 sts unworked.

Rows 2–8: Repeat Row 1 of Hood.
Fasten off leaving long tail.

Fold hood, using the excess tail yarn, whipstitch together top edge of Hood.
Fasten off and weave in all ends with quilting needle.

Add pockets for warm hands!


Begin at one side with right side facing out.

Fold up approx. 10 stitches worth (6.5 inches) and whipstitch sides to the scarf body. 
Repeat on other side.

I LOVE how my patterns testers played with adding stripes
and using fun colors: