We LOVE Christmas at our house and have quite a collection of fun hats to wear for our family party. The most popular one is the “Christmas Thief“. So this year, when my son asked for either a santa hat or a grinchy hat, I knew just what I wanted to make… The Hooded Holiday Scarf is ready for any attitude, bah humbug or happy holidays.
It makes a very cute elf too!
About the Pattern
Materials and Measurements
Yarn for Thief variation: Scarf and inner hood – super bulky weight (244 yards) or ww + bulky weight; outer hood – super bulky weight (150yds); 50 yards fur plus worsted weight to match OR 2 strands ww in choice of color; small amounts of black and yellow worsted weight.
Sample yarns: Bernat Viva in Chartreuse (244 yards); Bernat Softee Chunky in Berry Red (150 yards); Bernat Pipsqueak in white for santa hood brim.
One strand lime green yarn and one strand bright yellow yarn would give a similar look.
Note: yarn measurements are approximate and will vary upon gauge, size and brand.
Crochet Hooks: H, J, K
Miscellaneous: yarn needle, sewing needle, black thread, 2 small black buttons for each variation
Gauge with K hook: 4 inches = 5 rows and 9 dc sts
Size: Preeen/Adult (scarf 66” long, hood 11” tall)
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So Much Fun
Hayden, my 8 year old, had so much fun playing with the scarf and gloves.