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Hooded Scarf Crochet Pattern

Today’s easy hooded scarf crochet pattern is perfect for cool mornings and brisk evenings! The “Sun Kissed Hooded Wrap” is super quick to make, super comfy to wear, and will catch eyes with the boho vibe!

Find the full, free pattern below, or you may purchase the ad-free printable version on Etsy HERE or the kit from Lion Brand Yarn in many colors HERE. Read on!

Chunky Scarf Crochet Pattern with Hood
So comfy! Two sizes available depending on how long you’d like your wrap to be.

It’s that time of year when the mornings are cold, but the afternoons get toasty. This hooded wrap is such a great layering piece to pop over your shoulders!

The large stitching and unique look make it a trendy little piece too. I can see it paired with a long maxi skirt for a boho look, or it could be paired with cut off shorts for a festival. While it’s chunky, it’s totally cute and usable for spring and summer evenings!

Hooded Scarf Crochet Pattern
Such a fun, cozy layering piece.

I didn’t add pockets to mine, it would be very simple to include them. Simply crochet a couple of squares and seam them onto the two ends of the wrap.

While you can use any super bulky #6 yarn to crochet your hooded scarf, I chose to use Lion Brand Hometown USA. I tend to use the Wool Ease Thick & Quick a lot, but I really love Hometown. It’s an awesome non-wool alternative and it’s really soft.

A crochet hooded wrap has been on my mind for a while! The knit Adak Hooded Scarf that I shared a while back continues to be pretty popular, so it’s high time for a crochet version.

By the way, this is totally customizable! You can make it wider, longer, shorter. I include instructions on how to change up the sizing in the “Notes” section. I also wrote the pattern in two different sizes so you can choose what’s best for you!

Alright, let’s get to this hooded crochet scarf!

Remember that you may purchase the ad-free, printable pattern from my Etsy shop HERE!

Sun Kissed Hooded Wrap Crochet Pattern


Big stitching, happy vibes, and eye catching fabric make the Sun Kissed Hooded Wrap a beautiful option for cool morning walks, festivals, or coffee with friends. It’s a super quick and easy project since it’s made with big yarn and simple stitches. It’s SO comfy too! (Two sizes available)


5 (7) skeins Lion Brand Yarn Hometown USA super bulky #5 yarn in Madison Mustard (convenient kit available HERE)

  142 g/skein & 81 yds/skein Pattern uses approximately 610 (897) g

US Size P/Q  15.0 mm hook

Tapestry needle to weave in ends


Size (approximate):

Small  15” X 54” pictured (model height 5’5” 105 lbs)

Regular 19” x 62”


Not important for this pattern

Approximately 6 double crochet stitches in 4”

Pattern Notes:

While the letter associated with the hook sizes can vary, the important thing to keep in mind is to use the size of the hook listed in mm.  (15 mm for this pattern) Since it is a scarf, it is a forgiving pattern so a hook size that’s close enough will do!

The shawl is crocheted first and is worked from end to end. The hood is then crocheted directly onto the shawl/wrap.  

To adjust the length of the wrap, simply follow the stitch pattern until it’s as long or short as you’d like. 

To adjust the width, simply increase or decrease the beginning chain while keeping an even multiple of chain stitches.   Keep yarn needs in mind if you adjust the sizing.

Have fun!

Abbreviations (US) & Skills:

ch – chain

st – stitch

hdc – half double crochet

hdc flo – half double crochet through the front loop only

dc flo – double crochet through the front loop only

sk st – skip stitch

ch sp – chain space

Sun Kissed Hooded Wrap Pattern

Chain 22 (28)

Row 1 Hdc in 2nd ch from hook and each ch st across the row. 21 (27) sts

Row 2 Ch 3 (counts as st), turn, dc flo in each st across the row. 21 (27) sts

Row 3 Ch 2 (doesn’t count as a st here or throughout pattern), turn, hdc flo in 1st st of row and each st across the row, make final st into turn ch 3 of previous row. 21 (27) sts

Row 4 Ch 4 (counts as dc and ch 1), *sk st, dc flo in next, ch 1*, repeat from * to * across the row.

Row 5 Ch 2, turn, hdc flo in each dc of row and hdc in each ch sp across the row to last st, hdc into 3rd ch of beg ch 4 of previous row.

Repeat rows 2 – 5 until your wrap reaches approximately 54” (62”) or your desired length, ensuring that both ends of the wrap appear the same (ends should mirror one another).

Hood directions are the same for both sizes

Fold your completed wrap in half to find the center.

Place a stitch marker 10” from the center on each side (20” total).  This marks where the hood will go.

Pick up your yarn at one end of your measurement at the first stitch marker. Ch 3, then double crochet evenly across to the opposite stitch marker (approximately 30 sts). Next, proceed with Rows 1 & 2 below.

Row 1 Ch 3, turn, dc flo in each st across the row.

Row 2 Ch 2, turn, hdc flo in each st across the row.

Repeat rows 1 – 2 until it measures approximately 10” tall.  At this point the hood basically looks like a rectangle attached to the center top of your shawl. Next, you will fold and seam along the top of the rectangle to make it a hood.

Seam with a length of yarn and tapestry needle using a simple whip stitch.  Tie off and weave in ends.

That’s all there is to it!

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I hope you enjoyed this fun, cool, hooded wrap! Happy crocheting my friends!



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