Scarves are probably the first projects a beginner crocheter would take up. It would give them lot of practice in working the stitches while making something useful. This hooded scarf can be your favorite fashion accessory for winter while keeping you warm and cozy. It is made using a single strand of worsted weight yarn and double crochet stitches making it a quick and easy crochet project. The ridges on the hood give it added texture but you can easily skip that step if you wish. I chose a simple edging for my hood but you can change it to suit your taste. You can try a reverse single crochet edging, a shell edging or even a picot one. I love this mustard color and think the scarf would look great in grey, green or cream as well. You can even work your scarf in the same stitch pattern as your hood. I would love to experiment and make this in a striped pattern, making the ridges in a contrasting color. How about a black and white one? If I ever find the time to make it in stripes I will be sharing the picture with all of you. Happy Crocheting!
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