Unicorn Hooded Scarf with Pockets Crochet Pattern

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Unicorn Hooded Scarf with Pockets Crochet Pattern | What little girl doesn’t want to dress as a unicorn? Keep ears and fingers nice and warm and be magical! All at the same time.  Since unicorns are all the rage I thought it would be fun to create something not only practical but fun to wear too!  You can also purchase this cute scarf fully made!  HERE!

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There are groups dedicated to them!  Movies with them!  Lots of food surrounded by what we know as the Magical Unicorn!  So I thought it to be even more fitting that our little girls should be adorned with a little magic of their own.  This pattern is made to fit girls ages 4 – 8. But it can be easily modified to fit smaller or larger. Just adjust the starting chain and add or take out rows so it fits your little unicorn. Or yourself! Adults can be unicorns, too, ya know.  Scroll down for another FREE pattern!

unicorn collageYou can find lots of other patterns at Breann’s Stichery.  Don’t want or know how to crochet?  No problem you can also buy hand stitched items!  Below you can see a sampling of what Breann’s Stichery has to offer.  Check in often!  The creations are always changing!

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Materials:

6 mm hook (J), 5 mm hook (H)

Worsted weight yarn in whichever colors you choose. I used what I had in my stash: Red Heart Super Saver in ivory, perfect pink, light sage, medium purple, gold, and petal pink

Yarn needle

Scissors

Fiberfill

Difficulty: Easy to moderate

Stitches to know:

Magic circle (or ch 3 to make a loop)

ch – chain

hdc – half double crochet

sc – single crochet

tr – treble crochet

increase – crochet twice in one stitch

Start with the hood:

Using ivory and a 6 mm (J) hook and ch 42

Row 1: hdc in 3rd chain from hook and across, ch 2, turn (40)

Row 2: hdc in same stitch, increase, *hdc, increase* repeat from * to * across, ch 2, turn (59)

Row 3 – 18: hdc across, ch 2, turn (59)

Join perfect pink

Row 19: sc in same stitch, treble crochet in next, *sc, tr* repeat from * to * across (this should create a texture on the right side of the hood) (59)

Join ivory

Row 20: ch 2, turn, hdc across (59)

Fasten off, weave in ends

Fold in half and inside out so it looks like a hood (the textured stripe should be in the inside), sew the back together by using sc. Fasten off, weave in ends. Turn rightside out so the seam is on the inside and the pink stripe is on the outside.

Unicorn Horn:

Using gold yarn and a 5 mm hook (H).

Magic circle (or chain 3 and make a loop)

Round 1: sc 6 into loop, join (6)

Round 2-3: ch 1, sc around, join (6)

Round 4: ch 1, *sc, increase*, repeat from * to * around, join (9)

Round 5-9: ch 1, sc around, join (9)

Leave a long tail for sewing, weave in other end

Ears (make 2)

Using a 5 mm hook (H), petal pink, and ivory yarn

Start with petal pink

Row 1: ch 2, 3 sc in 2nd chain from the hook, ch 1 (3)

Row 2: turn, 2 sc in each stitch (6)

Join ivory

Row 3: ch 1, turn, 2 sc, 2 sc, 2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc, 2 sc, 2sc (12)

Fasten off, leave a long tail for sewing, weave in other ends

Add some fiberfill to the horn and attach it to the top of the hood. I sewed it in the middle of the 9th row from the front. Sew on the ears over the 8th and 9th rows. Add fringe around the horn and ears for hair. I used three 10 inch strands for each. Then trim it up to your liking.

IMG_8623For the scarf:

Staring with ivory and a 6mm hook (J)

Ch 17

Row 1: hdc in 2nd chain from the hook and across (15)

Join pink

Row 2: ch 1, turn, sc in the same stitch, tr in next, *sc, tr* repeat from * to * across (this will create a decorative texture on the other side) (15)

Join ivory

Row 3: ch 1, turn, sc across (15)

Join purple

Row 4: repeat row 2 (15)

Join ivory

Row 5: repeat row 3 (15)

Join green

Row 6: repeat row 2 (15)

Join ivory

Row 7: repeat row 3 (15)

Join pink

Row 8: repeat row 2 (15)

Join ivory

Row 9: repeat row 3 (15)

Join purple

Row 10: repeat row 2

Join ivory

Row 11: repeat row 3 (15)

Join green

Row 12: repeat row 2 (15)

Join ivory

Row 13: repeat row 3 (15)

Join pink

Row 14: repeat row 2 (15)

Join ivory

Row 15: repeat row 3 (15)

scarf pocket(continue in ivory)

Row 16-103: ch 2, turn hdc across (15)

Row 104: ch 1, turn, sc across (15)

Join pink

Row 105: ch 1, turn, sc in the same stitch, tr in next, *sc, tr* repeat from * to * across (15)

Join ivory

Row 106: ch 1, turn, sc across (15)

Join green

Row 107: repeat row 105 (15)

Join ivory

Row 108: repeat row 106 (15)

Join purple

Row 109: repeat row 105 (15)

Join ivory

Row 110: repeat row 106 (15)

Join pink

Row 111: repeat row 105 (15)

Join ivory

Row 112: repeat row 106 (15)

Join green

Row 113: repeat row 105 (15)

Join ivory

Row 114: repeat row 106 (15)

Join purple

Row 115: repeat row 105 (15)

Join ivory

Row 116: repeat row 106 (15)

Join pink

Row 117: repeat row 105 (15)

Join ivory

Row 118: ch 2, turn, hdc across (15)

Fasten off, weave in ends.

Fold textured ends up to make pockets. Turn them inside out, sc across the sides to close up.

pockets scTurn right side out. Line up your scarf and hood, wrong side up for both. Sew them together with sc.

sew togetherTurn it right side out (the seam should be in the inside) and voilà! You are a unicorn!

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Comments

Unicorn Hooded Scarf with Pockets Crochet Pattern — 24 Comments

    • Hello 🙂 Not yet! But you can easily change the starting chain for the hood (add about 10 stitches) and add some rows to the scarf (about 10 – 15 rows) for an adult. You could also use chunky yarn instead of worsted weight. I hope this helps!

  1. So I’m at row 2 for the increases. And making the pattern like it reads. My count is more than 59 stitches. If you put 2 hdc in each stitch across from the previous row of 40 I have 81. Please explain what it means. Do I hdc in one and 2 hdc in the next and repeat? Thanks.

    • You could shorten the starting chain by about 10 stitches. Then make the scarf shorter (by 8-10 rows, maybe?) Hope this helps!

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