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Hooded Blueprint Scarf
Portland rains. A lot. We are kind of known for it, and as someone who tries to achieve maximum volume in his hair, I’m sure you can guess why I’m not always stoked on the rain. Although I hate getting my hair wet, I realized why it was always happening to me; literally none of my coats in my wardrobe had hoods! Since scarves are pretty much part of my identity at this point (I feel naked without them), I knew there would be a fix to this issue; a hooded infinity scarf! It’s so cozy, warm, and has the function of keeping your head dry without having the hood hang on your back like a normal coat or hoodie, which I think is such an added bonus.
Today, I bring you the Hooded Blueprint Scard Made from Lion Brand Yarn’s Jeans Yarn, it’s such an easy project to get done over the weekend!
Skill Level: Easy
Gauge: 14 sts x 12 rows = 4×4″
Ch – Chain
Sc – Single Crochet
Inc – Increase
Hdc – Half Double Crochet
( ) – number of stitches at the end of the round
Here is the free pattern!
Row 1: Into second chain from hook, hdc. Hdc across until end of the chain. (176)
Row 2-35: Ch 1, turn. Hdc across (176)
Row 36: Ch 2, Puff Stitch into first stitch. *Skip one stitch, puff stitch into next, repeat from * until end of row.
Once you have the full piece, it should look like this! (Down below)
When you’ve finished this part up, fold you work in half. Sew together the two unattached ends together.
When folded, you will sl st across to combine the scarf.
On the long side, you will continue slip stitching (or sewing) down the side for 8 1/2 inches (this creates the hood!) Down below shows where you will be seaming it together:
When its pulled open like this, this is how the hood will look when sewing down the LONG end!
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