This post was sponsored By Clover USA
Growing up, the anime and manga Naruto grabbed my heart and was definitely one of the front-running anime’s at the time! It became a house hold name and the franchise was at the top of the Shonen Jump Roster.
Today, that spot seems to be poitning at the popular manga and Anime, My Hero Academia! since the first episode, I have become head over heels for this story and all the characters involved. The most interesting part of it all is they all have their own unique quirks, or powers!
Being so into fandom, I finally wanted to incorporate my love for it mixed with crochet! I first started out by making Pokemon Amigurumi Dolls, but now that I am dipping more and more into fashion, cosplay is a fun challenge to undertake!
Cosplay, the practice of dressing up as a character from a movie, book, or video game, especially one from the Japanese genres of manga and anime, has been growing in popularity and after I pitched the idea to Clover Hooks, they were all for it!
Clover has wonderful materials for you to get started on your new cosplay adventure and all your crafting needs. For the free pattern below, we are using my go to 10mm hook! I just love the grip on these hooks and how EASY it is for the yarn to slide off.
Head over to Clover USA to get your own materials to get started on your cosplay!
I decided to go with one of the fan favorites from the show, Eraser Head! His scarf gave me huge fibre feels and I knew it could be made through crochet. Learn how to make it yourself as a cosplay piece or even a normal scarf to wear out and about!
So here’s what you’ll need:
6 Skeins of Big Twist Natural Blend in Medium Grey
- But any size 5 yarn will do!
Skill Level: Easy
8 stitches x 6 Rows = 4×4″ inches
Ch – chain
Sc – Single Crochet
Dc – Double Crochet
Sl st – Slip stitch
FO -Finish Off
Begin by Chaining 7
Row 1: In 3rd chain from hook, Dc. Dc across (5)
Row 2: Ch 1, turn. Dc across (5)
Row 3 – 348 : Repeat row 2 (5)
When you reach your final row, lay the scarf flat (be sure its not twisted!) Use the Sl St to seam both ends together.
Once together, we will now be doing a Sc border around the whole scarf! Ch 1 and then sc into the first stitch. Sc all the way around.
Once you finish that side, do the same thing on the opposite side of the scarf!
Now, you can wrap it all around for this fun scarf which can be used as a normal street wear accessory or cosplay prop!
Please do not claim this pattern as your own. If you wish to share this pattern, you may link to this pattern but please do not reprint it on your site. You may keep a copy for your own personal use but please DO NOT sell the pattern or distribute it.
You may sell products made from this pattern but please clearly credit the design to Knot Bad and link it my website knotbadami.com
Make sure to post it! Please feel free to tag me and show me how yours turned out!