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Lace Jewels Hooded Scarf Free Crochet Pattern

This crochet hooded scarf makes a great gift idea. The open crochet lace looks extraordinary in rows of soft self-striping yarn.

Once the stitch pattern is mastered, it works up quickly. This is a great use of Lion Brand “Shawl in a Ball” and “Shawl in a Cake” that so many of you picked up in the great sales Lion Brand has been having lately.

Hooded Lace Scarf

Lace Jewels Hooded Scarf
designed by Kim Guzman
Three Needles LLC © Dec. 2019
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Technique: Regular Crochet

Finished Size

9″ x 83″

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Materials

  • Lion Brand “Shawl in a Cake“, size 4 worsted weight yarn, 481 yds per 150g, 2 cakes of colorway Crown Jewels, approx. 700 yds used
  • Suggested hook: H-5 [5mm]
  • Yarn needle (for weaving ends)
  • Tassel (optional)
Hooded scarf - in progress

Gauge

In stitch pattern, 28 sts for 8 rows measures 4″.

Skill Level

Intermediate

Special Stitches

V-Stitch: in indicated st, work [dc, ch 3, dc].

Fan: dc in sp indicated, *ch 3, dc in same sp, rep from * once more.

Notes

Scarf is made in one piece, short edge to short edge then a portion in the middle is seamed to form the hood.

Hooded scarf completed

Crochet Pattern Instructions

Row 1: Ch 66, sk 6 ch, dc in next ch, *sk 3 ch, sc in next ch, sk 3 ch, dc in next ch, [ch 3, dc in next ch] twice, rep from * to last 9 chs, sk 3 ch, sc in next ch, sk 3 ch, dc in next ch, ch 3, dc in last ch, turn.

Row 2: Ch 1, sc in first dc, ch 2, *v-stitch (see Special Stitches above) in next sc, ch 5, rep from * to last sc, v-stitch in last sc, ch 2, sc in sp of beg ch-6, turn.

Note: When working the hdc in the stitch below, it envelops the chain-5 space as well. It draws them together inside the hdc.

Row 3 (RS): Ch 1, sc in first sc, *fan (see Special Stitches) in ch-3 sp, hdc in center dc of fan below ch-5 sp, rep from * to last ch-3 sp, fan in last ch-3 sp, sc in last sc, turn.

Row 4: Ch 4, dc in same sc, *ch 5, v-stitch in next hdc, rep from * to last sc, ch 5, [dc, ch 1, dc] in last sc, turn.

Row 5: Ch 6, dc in ch-1 sp, *hdc in center dc of fan below ch-5 sp, fan in next ch-3 sp, rep from * to last ch-5 sp, hdc in center dc of fan below, [dc, ch 3, dc] in sp of beg ch-4, turn.

Row 6: Ch 1, sc in first dc, ch 2, *v-stitch in next hdc, ch 5, rep from * to last hdc, v-stitch in last hdc, ch 2, sc in sp of beg ch-6, turn.

Rows 7-170: Rep rows 3-6 consecutively.

Row 171: Rep row 3, fasten off.

Seaming

Fold scarf in half, measure 10″ from the fold down and seam along that 10″.

Tassel (optional)

Using any sturdy object that measures about 9 inches (I tend to use a DVD case), wind yarn around until you have a nice amount of strands.

Carefully remove so that you can insert a separate 10″ piece of yarn around the top and tie securely. This will be the tie you use to fasten to the top of the hood. Cut all the strands of the “ring” at the bottom. Attach another 10″ piece of yarn about 1″ down from the top of the tassel.

Using a yarn needle, pull the ends of that strand toward the inside of the tassel. Attach tassel to the top of the hood and weave in ends securely.

Finishing

Using yarn needle, weave in ends securely.

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