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Crochet Hat and Scarf Set

Updated November 28, 2023

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Things are about to get very, snuggly in this post with this beginner friendly crochet hat and scarf set. This super fast and easy, crochet pattern uses Stylecraft Special XL, not only is this yarn thick and bouncy, it’s super soft and easy to work with. Suitable for all levels and super fun to make this project is ideal for gifts or for you autumn.winter wardrobe as we all need a warm and cosy hat and scarf for the winter months.

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CROCHET HAT AND SCARF SET

Crochet Hat & Scarf Pattern

MATERIALS & TOOLS

Yarn: Stylecraft Special XL 300g

Hook: 10mm

Scissors

Darning needle

NOTES

This pattern is written in UK terms.

To help you crochet this pattern you will need an understanding of Knit Stitch. If you are unfamiliar with this stitch you can learn before you make a start by watching my step by step YouTube tutorial below.

TERMS & ABBREVIATIONS

Chain (ch): Yarn over, pull through one loop on hook.

Double Crochet (dc): Insert hook into stitch, yarn over, pull through two loops (2 loops on hook), yarn over, pull through both loops.

Half Treble Crochet (htc): Yarn over, insert into chain space, yarn over, pull through, you will have three loops on the hook. Yarn over, pull through all three loops on the hook.

Repeat anything between *and* for the indicated time

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CROCHET HAT AND SCARF SET

Long Crochet Scarf Pattern

Foundation chain: Chain 150 plus 2 for turning.

Row 1: While working into the foundation chain, you will be working into the front and back loop of the chain. Htr into the 4th chain from the hook and then into every chain along that row. (150 stitches including the skipped chains from the beginning)

Row 2: Chain 2 and turn your work (this chain 2 does not class as a stitch) For this row, you will be working into the front post of the stitch. Please refer to the video instructions if you are uncertain of where to perform the stitches. Htr into each of the front posts along the row stopping at the second to last stitch. Htr into top of the last stitch along this row. (150 stitches)

Row 3: Chain 2 and turn your work. In this row you will be working into the back loops of the stitches. Please refer to the video instructions if you are uncertain of where to perform the stitches. Htr into each of the back loops along this row. (150 stitches)

Repeat Row 2 and 3 for a further 4 rows. Tie off.

Tassels: (optional) Cut 4 pieces of yarn measuring approximately 10 inches. Tie a small knot in each end in order to top the yarn from fraying. Place the 4 strands next to each other and fold in half. Insert your crochet hook into the corner of the work. Using your crochet hook, pull the folded loops through the work forming a loop. Pull the loose ends through the loop, pulling downwards to secure in place.

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Foundation chain: Chain 20 Plus 2 for turning.

Row 1: While working into the foundation chain, you will be working into the front and back loop of the chain. Htr into the 4th chain from the hook and then into every chain along that row. (20 stitches including the skipped chains from the beginning)

Row 2: Chain 2 and turn your work (this chain 2 does not class as a stitch) For this row, you will be working into the front post of the stitch. Please refer to the video instructions if you are uncertain of where to perform the stitches. Htr into each of the front posts along the row stopping at the second to last stitch. Htr into top of the last stitch along this row. (20 stitches)

Row 3: Chain 2 and turn your work. In this row you will be working into the back loops of the stitches. Please refer to the video instructions if you are uncertain of where to perform the stitches. Htr into each of the back loops along this row. (20 stitches)

Repeat Row 2 and 3 until your work measures 1-2 inches smaller then the circumference of the head you are creating the work for. Making your work smaller will allow for the natural stretch of the yarn.

Finishing off your Hat: Fold your work rights sides facing. DC along the seam to connect each side. With the yarn still connected, DC around the circumference of the hat to make a neat edge. Tie off. Thread up your darning needle and on the opposite opening, weave your needle in and out of each ridge along the opening. Pull on the thread to bunch up the top of the hat. Weave your needle from one side of the opening to the other to secure in place. Tie off and turn your hat the right way out. Add large pompom to the top of the hat to complete the look. The pompom in the sample is made using a 9cm pompom marker.

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Crochet Hat & Scarf Pattern

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