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Kunik Scoodie | Faux Fur-Lined Hooded Scarf with Pockets|Sizes Adult, Teen, Child, Toddler | Free Crochet Pattern Video Tutorial

kunik scoodie

Hello Makers! πŸ€— Ooooh the cozies of the Kunik Scoodie are endless! The kunik Scoodie makes me feel like I’m ready for the runway AND the snow lodge. It dresses up and down easily. You can pair it with jeans and a sweater or dress it up with a sleek outfit for a night out. It is versatile, and functional, with pockets deep enough to carry your phone, wallet, and other goodies! Kunik means Eskimo Kisses!

I’m very excited to be releasing this hooded scarf just in time for the leaves πŸ‚ to start falling, and the crispness of autumn 🍁 is upon us! It’s warm, the fabric is thick and the faux fur adds a nice spark to it. When I first starting working on this pattern, I was excited to work up a scarf with a hood. I often came across them on Pinterest and a magazine was calling for submissions for a hooded scarves, so I got to work creating it.

I am new to submitting patterns to publications and was excited to hear back from them. It did not get accepted,πŸ™ but that is not discouraging to me at all. I felt a tiny pang of “oh well, moving on!” πŸ˜† Then was filled with excitement that I didn’t have to wait around to release it! It was tested (thank you to my wonderful testers πŸ™), and ready to go! The only thing I decided to do that extended its release is to create a full video tutorial for it. Those are a bit time consuming to create, but well worth it.

You can find the full video tutorial at the bottom of the post.

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I added a few toggle buttons to give it an extra bit of functionality so you can close up the hood to keep your neck warm, and close the pockets up to keep your stuff from falling out too! πŸ’•

A little bit about the yarn…

I used two different yarns to create the Kunik Scoodie. The first is Hometown USA by Lion Brand, which has a wonderful selection of colorways including varigated. The second yarn I used is Go For Faux, also by Lion Brand. Go For Faux has to be one of my favorite yarns because it has such beautiful colors, and I love the look of fur, but definitely not into hurting animals to get it (vegetarian here)! So this yarn is perfect to get that look without hurting anyone πŸ˜€.  Check out all the great colors and see what you can come up with, or use my recommended colors and create a replica of the one I made (which I happen to think is perfect) πŸ˜‰.

A little note about how this pattern is written…

The Kinuk Scoodie uses only a few basic stitches and a couple of special stitches, which makes it a great project for a beginner to jump into something a little more advanced. The construction is very simple and easy to follow too. The scarf and hood are created separately and sewn together.

There are 4 sizes available, the Adult Teen sizes are one in the same. My tester for the teen stressed that she would like the adult size, so I combined the two. There are also versions for a child size and toddler.

Here are some of the versions from my testers! Thanks you guys so much!

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Kunik Scoodie Crochet Hooded Pocket Scarf

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Kunik Scoodie

+Skill Level

Easy to Intermediate


+ Gauge:


This pattern is based measurements.


+ Materials:


Suggested Yarn:

Main Color (MC) – Lion Brand Hometown USA, El Paso Autumn

Accent Colors (A1 & A2) – Lion Brand Go For Faux.  A1:  Baked Alaska A2:  Pomeranian

Hook Size: 10 mm (USA K)

Suggested Yarn Details:

Hometown USA:  100% Acrylic, 64yds (59m), 4oz (113g) per 1 skein.

Go For Faux:  100% Polyester, 65yds (60m) 3.5oz, (100g) per 1 skein.

Yardage Needed:

(Adult, Teen)(Child, Toddler):

Hometown USA:  6, 4 skeins or 384, 256 yds approximately.

Go For Faux:  1 skein of each color for all sizes.

Scissors

Measuring Tape

Yarn Needle

1.5″ – 3.81 cm, wooden toggle buttons – these can be found on Etsy.

+ Measurements

Size Width Height
Adult 6.75 – 7” 65”
Teen 6.5 – 7” 65”
Child 5” 58”
Toddler 4.5” 53”

+ Stitch guide:


sc – single crochet

insert hook in indicated st, yo, draw up a loop, yo draw through both loops on hook.

dc – double crochet

yo, insert hook in indicated st, yo, draw up a loop, *yo, draw through 2 loops* – repeat from * to * until you have one loop left on the hook.

hdc – double crochet

yo, insert hook in indicated st, yo, draw up a loop, yo, pull through all three loops on hook.

Special Stitches:

puff – puff stitch

yo, insert hook in indicated st, pull up a loop. *insert hook in same stitch, pull up a loop* 2 more times. yo, pull through all 7 loops on hook. (1 puff stitch created)

hdc cluster – half double crochet cluster

yo, insert hook in next st, [yo, pull up a loop] 2 times, yo, pull through all loops on hook.

sc2tog – single crochet 2 together (a decrease stitch)

insert hook in indicated st, pull up a loop.  insert hook in next st, pull up a loop.  yo, pull through all three loops on hook.

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+ Abbreviations:


sc single crochet
dc double crochet
hdc half double crochet
hdc-cl half double crochet cluster
puff puff stitch
RS right side
WS wrong side
sl st slip stitch
ch chain
*…* repeat instructions between asterisk however many times indicated.

Adjusting the Size:

To customize the sizing for this pattern is very easy – to adjust the width, add or subtract chains in multiples of 2. To increase or decrease the lenght of the scarf, decrease or increase the number of rows. Pockets can be adjusted as well, and more detail about customizing is in the video tutorial at the end of the blog.


+ Pattern Notes – Please Read


  • Chains do not count as stitches or in stitch count unless otherwise noted.
  • 1st stitch of each row is made in same st as chain (s).
  • Pattern is based on measurements mostly, although the provided stitch counts should be accurate if gauge is met.
  • Scarf and hood are created separately and sewn together.
  • Buttons are sewn on and to fasten, draw through space on scarf (the stitches are wide enough – no need for buttonholes)
  • Changes for sizes are listed as follows:  Adult/Teen (Child, Toddler).

+ Pattern:


Scarf:

Ch 13 (11, 9)

Row 1:   Sc 1 in 2nd ch from hook. *dc 1 in next ch**. sc 1 in next ch”. Repeat from * to * to end. Stop repeat at ** – 12 (10, 8) sts.

Row 2:  Ch 1, turn, *sc 1, dc 1* across – 12 (10, 8) sts.

Row 3 – X:   Repeat row two until scarf measures Adult/Teen:  75.5” [191cm], Child:  65.5” [166cm], Toddler:  60.5” [153cm])

Cut, tie off, weave in tails.

Forming the Pockets:

Grab 4 stitch markers.  Lay scarf flat.  Measure 12” (30cm) [10” (25cm), 10” (25cm)] in from each end and place a stitch marker on both sides of scarf.  (when folded up, pocket should measure 6” (15cm) [5.5” (12cm), 5” (12cm)]  (of course, you can customize how deep your pockets will be).

Now we are going to extend the pockets to create a fur border, using the faux fur…

*Using Pomeranian (A2), attach yarn at rightmost stitch of tip of scarf, then:

Row 1:  Ch 1, sc 1 in same as ch 1, sc 1 in ea st across, end last st with new color Baked Alaska (A1) – 12 (10, 8) sc.  (this will be your wrong side (WS), mark with stitch marker)

Row 2:  Ch 2, turn, loosely work 1 hdc in each st across, leaving a long tail – 12 (10, 8) hdc.

Cut all yarns, leaving a 6” tail for sewing*

Follow down to other side of scarf. (wrong side still facing you) and repeat from * to *

Pocket Assembly:

Turn scarf over (RS facing you), fold up pockets, lining up the top of the MC section with the markers (the fur portion will extend past the markers).

Repeat this section on both ends of scarf.

Using a separate length of MC, whip stitch up to the fur, then using the A1 & A2 tails, whip stitch fur section. Turn pockets so right side is facing out.

Tie off, weave in all tails.

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Hood:

note:  mark WS with stitch marker

with MC, Ch 52 (44, 40)

Row 1 (WS):  Starting in 3rd ch from hook, *hdc cluster (yo, insert hook in next st, [yo, pull up a loop]) 2 times. Yo, pull through all loops* – repeat from *…* to end of row – 50 (42, 38)

Row 2 (RS):  Ch 1, turn. *sc 1, dc 1* repeat from *…* to end of row – 50 (42, 38)

Repeat row 2, until it measures 6.5” [16cm] ( 5” [12cm], 4.25” [10.8cm]) from row 1 to last completed row.

note:  the number of rows may vary depending on your tension, when you reach the measuremets above, continue working with your MC and complete the following decrease rows.

Decrease rows:

Ch 1, turn, then…

Row 1: *Sc 1, dc 1* – repeat *…* 11 (9, 8) times, then sc 1 in next st, sc2tog (2 times),   dc 1 in next st, repeat *…* 11 (9, 8) times – 48 (40, 36) sts

Row 2:  Ch 1, turn, *sc 1, dc 1* repeat *…* to end of row – 48 (40, 36) sts.

Row 3:  Ch 1, turn, *sc 1, dc 1* repeat *…* 11 (9, 8) times, sc2tog (2 times), *sc 1, dc 1* repeat 11 (9, 8) times – 46 (38, 34) sts.

Tie off, leave long tail for sewing hood.

Hood Assembly:

Bring WS’s together, whip stitch the back of the hood from bottom to top.

Fur Border for Hood:

with WS of hood facing you, attach A2 in rightmost st (where starting ch is).

Row 1:  Ch 1, hdc 1 in same st, hdc 1 in each st across, change to A1 at end of last st, turn – 50 (42, 38) sts.

Row 2:  with A1, ch 2, puff 1 in ea st across, tie off, leave a long tail for weaving – 50 (42, 38) sts.

Hood to Scarf Assembly:

Place the scarf on a flat surface with the pocket side (RS) down. Place hood flat, centred with front RS facing you.

Center the hood:  to check center, measure from edge of pocket to edge of hood. Make sure measurement is same on both sides. Adjust as needed.  Using MC, begin sewing MC section of hood to scarf, leaving the fur section alone.

Creating the collar:

We are going to extend the fur border onto the main body of the scarf, then sew the extending border to the hood border.  Begin by laying scarf flat, with inside of hood facing you.  Starting with the right side and using A2, attach yarn in 1st visible stitch on body of scarf, just below fur hood border, where hood attaches to scarf, then…

Row 1:  Ch 1, hdc 1 in same st, hdc 1 in next 3 sts, sc 1 in each of next 4 sts, cut & tie off (see video at bottom of post for help if needed).

Row 2 (is worked on top of Row 1):  Using A1, join in top of first hdc created from Row 1 above, then…

Ch 1, puff 1 in same as join, puff 1 in ea of next 2 stitches, hdc 1 in next st, sc 1 in each of next 3 sts, (working into MC now), sc 1 in ea of next sts until you measure 9” (22.8cm), 7” (17.78cm), 6” (15cm) from starting point to end.

Repeat on other side.

Joining collar to hood border:

Weave in tails on bottom end of collar, then use A1 & A2 tails to join collar to hood, matching up the colors, and closing the gaps.

Weave in all tails.

Toggle Button Placement:

Pockets:

with RS facing you, place toggle horizontally inside pocket – make sure it is centered so it will be in the center of the fur.  Using MC, sew button to scarf.  Repeat on other pocket.

Collar: 

with RS of scarf facing you, on right side of scarf, place bottom toggle vertically, about 1/2” above the end of the bottom of the collar.  Place 2nd & 3rd toggles 2” (20cm) apart above one another.

Congratulations! You’re Finished!

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  • Tasha Margette
    August 28, 2019 at 8:32 pm

    Thank you! I really love it and I am looking forward to the winter to wear this I’ll be wearing it all winter long, for sure!

  • Michelle
    August 28, 2019 at 8:22 pm

    This is beautiful!! I can’t wait to try this!

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