Cuddly Cat Crochet Scoodie with Pockets

Several things came together to make the Cuddly Cat Crochet Scoodie with Pockets – a reader request, my kids’ love of animals, and the inevitable need for new winter hats! Out of all these came this fun hat/hood-scarf-pockets cat lover’s combo!

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Of course, it doesn’t have to be a cat – change the ear style and it can be any animal at all – the colors had me thinking both wolf and Totoro! In an orangey red it would make a great fox too. Your imagination is the only limit!

Cuddly Cat Crochet Scoodie with Pockets

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  • US – K, 6.5 mm hook
  • US – H, 5.0 mm hook
  • Main Color: 630 – 945 yds worsted weight yarn (held doubled), OR half that quantity super bulky weight yarn (Caron Simply Soft in Grey Heather shown)
  • Contrast Color: 30 yds worsted weight yarn (Bernat Cottontots in White shown)
  • Stitch markers or scraps of yarn
  • Gauge: 10 dc x 6 rows = 4 inches
  • Sizes: The scarf is custom sized for the recipient, made to their arm span or height (plus a couple inches if it’s for a child, so they can grow). The hood is written in two sizes, Child/Tween and Adult. The pattern is written for the Child size with changes for the Adult size in parentheses. When only one number is given, it applies to both sizes.
  • For instructions on any stitches or techniques used in this pattern, such as the FDC (foundation double crochet), seamless join, or Magic Circle, please see the Video Tutorials Page.

 

Scarf: (US – K, 6.5 mm hook) Row 1: Using Main Color yarn held doubled, FDC to recipient’s arm span or height, adding a stitch if necessary to get an odd number. The gauge calls for 10 dc = 4 inches, so for a 5′ 4″ person, FDC 161. The formula is:

(Arm span in inches/4) x 10 = # of FDC If # of FDC = an even number, +1

Turn at the end of each row. Row 2 – 6(7): Ch 2, dc in each stitch to end of row. Break yarn and finish off.

free crochet scoodies patternHood: (US – K, 6.5 mm hook) Find center stitch of scarf and place marker (pm). Counting out from marked stitch, pm on either side at 17(19) sts.

Row 1: Join Main Color (held doubled) with a slip stitch to an outer marked st. (Remove this marker.) Ch 2, dc in each st across, moving center marker up to new center st, ending with a dc in the last marked st. (Remove this marker.) Turn. (35(39) dc)

Row 2: Ch 2, dc in each st to one st before marker, 2 dc in next st, dc in center (pm), 2 dc in next st. Dc in remaining sts to end of hood. Turn. (37(41) dc)

Rows 3 – 8(10): Repeat Row 2. Turn. (49(57) dc in last row)

Row 9(11): Ch 2, dc in each st to two before marker, dc2tog, dc in center (pm), dc2tog, dc in remaining sts. Turn. (47(55) dc)

Rows 10(12) – 15(17): Repeat previous Row instructions. (35(43) dc in last row) Fold hood in half and sl st closed through both sides, leaving very last (center) st unworked. Weave in ends.

Pockets (Make 2, yarn held doubled): (US – K, 6.5 mm hook)

Row 1: Using Main Color (held doubled), FDC 16(18).

Rows 2 – 6(7): Ch 2, dc in each st to end of row. (16(18) dc) Break yarn and finish off. Weave in ends.

Ears (Make 2): (US – H, 5.0 mm hook)The ears are made in two parts each:

  1. Follow Row 1-9 directions below, using Main Color held doubled. Weave in ends.
  2. Follow Row 1-9 directions below, using Contrast Color (not doubled). Weave in ends.

free crochet scoodie pattern free scarf pattern free crochet hoodie hat scarf pocket scarf patternRow 1 (RS): Ch 9. Sc in the 2nd ch from hook and each remaining ch. Turn. (8 sc)

Row 2 (WS): Ch 1, sc in each st across. Turn. (8 sc)

Row 3: Ch1, sc2tog, sc in each st until 2 sts remain, sc2tog. Turn. (6 sc)

Row 4: Ch 1, sc in each st across. Turn. (6 sc)

Rows 5 – 8: Repeat Rows 3-4 twice. (2 sc in last row)

Row 9: Ch 1, sc2tog. Break yarn and finish off.

Ear Assembly:
Hold the Contrast Color piece in front of the Main Color piece, with RS of Main Color against WS of Contrast Color. Using Main Color held doubled, sc the sides of the ear together, going through both layers. Work 3 sc into the point at the top, and leave the bottom of the ear pieces unjoined. Break yarn and leave a long tail for sewing to the hood.

Paw Print Appliques (Make 2 sets, yarn NOT held doubled):(US – H, 5.0 mm hook)
Each set, or Paw Print, includes 4 identical toes and 1 pad. So for the Cuddly Cat Crochet Scoodie, make 8 toes and 2 pads, using the Contrast Color yarn.

Toes:
Make a Magic Circle and hdc 9 into the ring. Break yarn and use the seamless join to finish off, leaving a long tail for sewing.

Pad:
Row 1: Make a Magic Circle and into the ring hdc 2, dc, hdc 2, dc 2, hdc, sc, hdc, dc 2. Join to first hdc with a sl st.

Row 2: Ch 2, hdc into the first st, hdc, 3 dc in the next st, hdc in the next 2 sts, 2 dc in the next 2 sts, hdc in the next st, sc in the next st, hdc in the next st, 2 dc in each of the last 2 sts. Use seamless join to finish off, leaving long tail for sewing.

Assembling the Cuddly Cat Crochet Scoodie with Pockets:

  1. Sew Paw Print Appliques to pockets. free crochet scoodie pattern free scarf pattern free crochet hoodie hat scarf pocket scarf pattern
  2. Using K hook and Main Color held doubled, sc evenly across the “paw end” of each pocket, as shown below. free crochet scoodie pattern free scarf pattern free crochet hoodie hat scarf pocket scarf pattern
  3. Sew ears to top of hood as shown above or as desired.
  4. Using K hook and Main Color held doubled, join with a sl st to the RS bottom back of the scarf. Ch 1 and sc evenly around the entire scoodie. As you approach each end of the scarf, match the pocket to the scarf (applique side out, on the RS of the scarf) and sc through both layers, attaching the pockets to the scarf. Work 3 sc in each corner. Break yarn and use seamless join to finish off. Weave in ends.

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What do you think? I know I’ve got one happy kid… and two jealous ones! Guess I know what I’ll be working on in my spare time. I hope you and yours like it as much as mine do. I can’t wait to see all the creative things you do with this pattern! As always, please let me know if you find any errors – it’s a free pattern, so you all are my testers! Thanks so much for reading!

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Comments

  1. 2

    Vicky T. says

    I love this scoodie and so will my grand daughter (9 yr. old). I just finished the fingerless gloves with the kitten paws last week for her and this will go with them for Christmas. She loves cats/kittens and has to stand out waiting for the school bus so she gets cold. This will help. Thanks so much for publishing. (I did the gloves in white with pink paw prints so scarf will be the same).

      • 5

        Michi I'lundaria says

        Oh arent these just adorable! I am going to make them today! I did search around for the kitten mitts, and I did find a cute fingerless on Ravelry by Charlotte for free :) I do believe that those will be just adorable with this! And I think adding the “fur” trimming to the front of this hoodie will really tie the two together :D I cant wait!!
        Thank you for such a wonderful pattern for free!! YAY!

  2. 9

    Saundra says

    I can’t thank you enough for this pattern. I’m a big cat lover, so of course, I HAVE to make this. I think I’ll do it in black and white. Calico would be cute, too! Thank you again!

    • 11

      moogly says

      Kytty, that’s what’s in the photos, and it’s thick and warm, but a large hook size keeps it from being too dense. I think it worked really well, but of course feel free to change it up however you like. :)

  3. 12

    says

    Hello,

    I love to crochet, and I when I saw this adorable pattern, I had to do it! Thank you so much for sharing. I do have a question though. I sell my crochet and knit on the side to make a little extra money here and there. Would you mind if I made these to order and sold them on my sites? I would be sure to provide a link to your page and give full pattern credit to you. If not, I understand.

    Thank you for your time.

    Desiree

    • 13

      moogly says

      Desiree, that would be fine – just as long as you include the link and credit just as you said. Thanks so much for asking, and you’re very welcome! :D

  4. 15

    Griffin says

    Beyond cute. I have people begging me to make it for them. Here come the hand cramps :) Thank you so much for the pattern!!!

    • 17

      moogly says

      Hi Angelchild! I put them on facing forward, away from the body, but you just as easily put the pockets on the opposite site – whichever you prefer!

  5. 20

    Sandy Corbett says

    This would be so much fun to make for our high school football season. We are the Tigers and our colors are black and gold and it would be sooo awesome to see student body and parents donning these at events during cold weather. I’m in love with this. Thanks so much!

  6. 25

    Geri says

    I just finished this scoodie and I absolutely love it. Thank you for sharing this with us. I do have a question about a previous post… You mentioned that a bigger hook size would make it less dense? Would that also make the pattern larger though?

    • 26

      moogly says

      Geri, a lot depends on gauge, but generally speaking, yes using a larger hook will make it larger!

      I’m so glad you like it! :D Feel free to come on over to the moogly facebook page and post a photo if you like!

  7. 27

    Saira says

    I am doing this pattern with a lion brand homespun for my twelve year old step daughter. So far it’s coming out great.

  8. 29

    Mikiaa says

    Hello =)

    I’m just confuced about this pattern I have never in my life done FDC before and I have tryed to look in the pic where it should be but can’t find it. I also have a question and that is can you go make it DC all the way??

    Love it so much and wanna have one myself =)

    // MIkiaa

    • 30

      moogly says

      Hello Mikiaa!

      FDC is foundation double crochet – I have a video tutorial here: http://www.mooglyblog.com/foundation-double-crochet-fdc/ However, you don’t have to use the FDC if you don’t want to! A chain of the appropriate length and first row of DC will work just as well. FDC is nice because it lets you avoid having to work into the chain and gives a stretchier edge, but it isn’t necessary for this project. :)

      I’m glad you like it! Let me know if you have any other questions!

      • 31

        Mikiaa says

        OKey thanx =)

        I have a new problem and that is i don’t understand how I should do with the hood..

        I have tryed to translate it to swedish but I still don’t understand

        Can you plz write it more simple for me??

        • 32

          moogly says

          What part do you not understand, Mikiaa? Is it the seam at the end? Someone else asked about that too. Fold the last row in half, so that the stitch marker is at one end, and the first and last stitches of the row are touching. Then make slip stitches through both layers, going through the first and last st first, then then the second and second to last st, etc, until you come to the st with a st marker. Leave that st unworked. Cut the yarn, weave in the end, and turn the hood “right side out” so that the seam is on the inside of the hood and doesn’t show.

          Does that help, or did you have trouble on a different part?

  9. 36

    Evelyn Breault says

    Thank you for the pattern. I will be making one for my daughter and one for myself. (In different colors, of course) I needed a new hat for this winter. This will be PURFECT!

  10. 42

    momanon says

    Loving this pattern, thanks! My daughter is a wolf lover so I’m making it to suit, just by changing the color scheme. I’ve kept to all the pattern instructions, however, in joining the hood, mine looks like it has a raised seam.Yours looks seamless, was it joined from the inside or the outside?

    • 43

      moogly says

      Hi momanon, I’m glad you like it! There isn’t a wrong side or right side to this pattern really, so after joining the hood seam I flipped it “inside out” so the seam was on the inside. Hope that helps and that your daughter enjoys her new hat! :)

  11. 51

    MommaT says

    My 12 year old LOVES this scoodie. I’m working on one for her now. Very simple and easy to follow. I also sell items for a bit of extra cash. Is it OK if I sell some of these as well? (Giving you full credit for the pattern of course). I have a feeling this will be a big hit with the kiddos. Thanks for sharing an awesome pattern!

    • 52

      moogly says

      I’m so glad your daughter likes it MommaT! You are welcome to make some for sale, as long as there’s credit for the pattern with a link back to moogly, just as you say. Thanks so much for asking, and good luck with your sales!

  12. 53

    Rachel says

    What does it mean to hold the yarn doubled? Is that just to make it bulkier? If I find a bulkier yarn can I use the same needle and not double it?

    Or does it apply to something else? Do I do this throughout the pattern? Or just for the FDC? (Sorry — have never come across this before!)

    Thanks! :)
    Rachel

    • 54

      moogly says

      Rachel, hold the yarn doubled means to work with two strands of yarn held together as one – it’s easiest to do using two skeins, rather than both ends of one skein. It is to make it bulkier, yes, and having two strands gives more “air pockets” to make it warmer. If you prefer to use a bulkier yarn and you like the way it works out, then that’s certainly an option! And yes, you’d want to use the same hook size, otherwise it will become too lacy. As it’s written, the yarn is held doubled throughout the entire pattern.

      Thanks for asking – have a great day!

      • 55

        Jennifer says

        I purchased some super bulky yarn thinking that meant I would only have to have one strand (sorry, I misunderstood) how did yours turn out? Was it hard to work two with bulky?

        • 56

          Tamara Kelly says

          Super bulky yarn means you’ll only need the one strand. Holding 2 strands of worsted together (roughly) equals 1 strand of super bulky so you should be fine!

  13. 57

    Dee S says

    In round 9 of the hood you say to do 2dctog. What do you mean by that? Are you saying to do 2 dc decreases? If they are not decreases than please explain what you mean. Thanks

  14. 59

    MommaT says

    Just finished and it turned out awesome! Thanks again for such a great pattern. My daughter is in love and now my other daughter wants one too.

  15. 61

    sarah says

    Hello,

    I stumbled upon this amazingly cute pattern via Pinterest. Thank you for sharing. I have a question though, what do you mean by “held double”? Does that mean that i will be using 2 balls of yarn together?

    Thanks again!

    • 62

      moogly says

      Hi sarah! Yes, held doubled means holding two strands together. It’s easier to pull from 2 balls or skeins than from both ends of the same skein. :)

  16. 64

    Virginia Gapen says

    This pattern is adorable and I’m planning on making it the same colors that you used, but i was wondering can I use just one strand of yarn? I don’t really want it very thick

    • 65

      moogly says

      Virginia, you can try, but it might make it rather lacey, and difficult to sew the ears and paw prints on. I’d recommend making a swatch and seeing what you think of the fabric.

  17. 68

    Eulalia says

    Love this!! Am going to try making it for my granddaughter. My question is…do you count the first ch 2 of the hood as a double crochet? Thank you.

  18. 72

    Chelsea says

    Such a cute pattern! I have a question though. I’m working the hood right now and I’m a bit confused. At the end of a row, do I work a DC in the top of the ch2 from the previous row? Or do I only work a DC in the DC sts? Hope my question makes sense.

    • 73

      moogly says

      Hi Chelsea! The ch 2 is not considered a stitch for this pattern, so only work dc sts in other dc sts. Your question makes perfect sense, and I’m glad you asked!:D

  19. 74

    dustydawnn says

    I made this in a day! Love it, although my paws didn’t come out exactly right, i don’t care gives it that “homemade” look. Thanks for sharing this pattern. I made this for myself, but I have a feeling that when my 15 year old niece sees it, it’ll be hers!

  20. 77

    S says

    Hi there, thanks so much for the pattern! Absolutely loving how its coming out so far.

    I was wondering, for an adult sized hood, would you recommend making the ears a little bigger too? If so, by how much?

    • 78

      moogly says

      S, that’s up to you – I think they’re pretty big, but if you like bigger ones, go for it! :D I’d probably ch 11, (sc 10) in the first row, then work the decreasing pattern from there. That will make a big ear!

  21. 79

    Mary says

    I finished this pattern for my 11 yr old granddaughter, she loves cats and pink.. so I made it light pink with multi-color paw pads and inner ears and trimmed it in the same!! It turned out lovely!! Thank you so much for this pattern that is so well written!! I have never made anything like this so I was afraid it was going to end up in the pile of ” I give up” work!! I was able to finish in a few days and the only thing I had a hard time with was the ears!! I did 4 until I got them right!! Thanks again! I love your sight and will try to make the gloves to match now!!
    Mary

  22. 81

    Krista says

    Hi, and thank you for a lovely pattern! :)

    I just almost finished this, but I’m having troubles attaching the ears. I’m not sure “where” they belong. Have you put them at the back of the top of the head and how far from the seam? Thanks!

    • 82

      moogly says

      Krista, I just put them where I thought they looked good – not in any specific place. Sort of in the middle near the top? Some people like them a bit higher, some a bit lower – there’s no wrong answer!

  23. 84

    Shirley says

    I’m on row 1 need to know want these numbers are for (35 (39) at the end of row. And witch one do i use. Sorry so dumb. I love this patterm and would love to finish it !!Thanks alot Shirley

    • 85

      moogly says

      Not a dumb question at all! Those are the number of stitches for that row. The first one is for the smaller size, the second is for the larger size. :) Thanks so much!

    • 86

      shirley says

      I need to know how to do rows 2-12 because it said do 41 dcs. But when i get to the end i have more .then row 3 said 57 row11 said 55 and row 12 said43. Please help i want to do this bad!!! Just don’t understand . Thanks alots

      • 87

        moogly says

        Hi shirley! I’m not sure why you have more than 41 dc on row 2. If you have 39 in row one, you only increase by 2 sts in row 2 – one before the center st, and one after. Each row then, through row 10, increases by 2 sts. So for row 3, there will be 43, for row 4 there will be 45, for row 5 there will be 47, and so on. When you get to row 10, there should be 57 sts total. Then, for rows 11 through 17, you’ll be decreasing by 2 sts every row – with a dc2tog decrease before the center stitch, and dc2tog decrease after the center st. So for row 11 there should be 55 dc, then for row 12 there should be 53, for row 13 there should be 51, etc, until you get to row 17 where you have 43. Does that help?

        • 88

          shirley says

          Sorry this is the one row 2 It said to but 2dc and then one in pm and 2dc again in next st.
          This is what i cant get .Sorry I know im a pain!!

          • 89

            moogly says

            It’s ok, not a pain at all! Basically, you’re working one stitch in each stitch from the previous row (working even), EXCEPT that you put 2 dc in the stitch before the stitch with the marker (the center stitch), then work 1 dc in the center stitch (moving the marker up to this new center), and then work 2 dc in the next st (after the marked st). Then the rest of the row is worked even. So it’s just the same as the previous row, except that you’re making an additional stitch right before the center, and again after the center. Increasing 2 sts per round. Is that any clearer?

  24. 91

    says

    Thank you sooo much for this pattern. I just finished making it for my niece and I know she is going to adore it!!! I love that it is all doubled because it is super thick and durable. I just love your work. Thank you again for the free pattern and I will be making a lot more from your site!

  25. 96

    Alison says

    I love this! I’m in the process if making it for a friend. I can’t seem to get the gauge right, though. I’ve tried about 5 different hooks of varying sizes with no success. So I’m fiddling with it a bit to make it the right size. Moving on to the hood, which might be harder to fiddle with. Wish me luck!

  26. 98

    mary anne says

    I love this

    would it fit me? i’m an adult but i’m pretty small… how would one go about making it slightly bigger?

    thanks,

    maryanne

  27. 100

    Anne says

    Great pattern! Modified the ears and made myself a wolf scoodie from it and loving it. I was wondering if I gave you credit and included a link to this pattern if I could make animal scoodies using this pattern and sell them on a profile of mine. I won’t if you’re not comfortable with it, but I assure you I’ll definitely point people towards your wonderful crochet ideas.

    • 102

      kiml says

      this is funny, i have to say the paws are outstanding, ur right the ears, never wouldve thought to “change” the ear style, good idea, maybe pic and sell it make sum $$$$ for urself, honestly again, the paws and pockets are outstanding

  28. 103

    Breanna says

    hello, i love this crochet pattern, but i’m having trouble figuring out what to do about the ‘held double’ part. Am i holding to ends of the yarn at once or am i using two separate ends from to two separate balls of yarns. PLZ HELP :). Thank you

    • 104

      Tamara Kelly says

      Hi Breanna! For the yarn held doubled, you could use both ends of the same skein, or you could use both strands from two separate skeins – it’s up to you! In my opinion, pulling from the center of two skeins is easiest. For this pattern I believe I used 3 skeins, so I used the first two together and then pulled from both ends of the third to finish it off (and avoid being left with two partials). I hope that helps!

  29. 105

    Kellie says

    I love this pattern so very much. It is really well written and easy to follow I hope my niece loves her new rainbow kitty scoody as much as I do. I can see this will be a popular birthday request once people see the finished product. One more thing I think it is fantastic that you have taken the time to answer all the questions asked

  30. 107

    Fiona says

    Hi quick question and may seem silly but was wondering if the pattern is in American or English Crochet Terms. I really want to do the pattern but don’t want to start off wrong

      • 109

        Fiona says

        Tamara

        Thanks so much for replying really looking forward to doing the pattern now as didn’t want to start and make the mistake in the stitches since I’m in Ireland and naturally enough use UK terms

  31. 110

    teresita says

    bellooooo! gracias.
    Una consulta, donde veo el significado de cada signo para poder trabajarlo…..(soy nuevo) me gusta el tejido pero con las sigla no doy bububu,..gracias por tu ayuda y felicitaciones haces hermosuras……

    • 111

      Tamara Kelly says

      Espero crear una página con todas las abreviaturas y su significado para el sitio pronto! ¡Gracias!

  32. 112

    Karen Bratton says

    I love this pattern, however I would like to know if you have a pattern for turkey foot prints. The young lady who I want to make this for loves Virginia Tech and the Hokie bird is their mascot. I would appreciate it if you have a pattern for this and would forward it to me. Thanks so much!

  33. 114

    Judi Gums says

    Thanks for this pattern, I have been wanting to make one of these and today I have with your pattern.

    Thanks again.
    Judi G

  34. 116

    Janine says

    Hi loving this pattern It was sooo easy and came together really quickly only took me a few hours!!!!!! I going give it my mum as a Christmas Present!!!!

  35. 120

    mrsmcclain says

    Hi, alright i LOVE this pattern! the problem I’m having though is figuring out the FDC. I’ve looked at the instructional videos but am still not getting it. It’s hard to see where the loops are(the “v’s”). Could I not just chain the # of loops for the arm span and then just DC into the starting chain? Thanks!

    • 123

      Tamara Kelly says

      Assuming you have the toddler around to try things on, I’d make the scarf as directed for his/her height/armspan, and then place the markers about 13 sts out from the center. Then work the hood as directed until it’s tall enough to have the top meet at the top of the child’s head. Then I’d skip to the end and seam up the hood. :) Hope that helps!

  36. 125

    Elisha says

    Hey I love this better so much but I’ve ran into a problem. I’m not quite understanding how to do the good correctly. Some insight would be amazing. Thank you so much! (:

  37. 126

    Elisha George says

    Hey I love this alternative so much but I’m not understand the hood part so if you could help me there I would be forever grateful! (:

    Thanks.

    • 128

      Tamara Kelly says

      LOL, no worries, I knew what you meant! Ok, the hood is essentially worked flat, and then the last row is folded in half and seamed up to create the hood shape. In order to center it on the scarf, you find the center stitch on one side of the scarf, and then count out sts to either side, and then mark those sts. Then you work between those two sts, increasing on both sides of the center marked st, for 8-10 rows (depending on which size you are making). Then you switch to decreasing on either side of the center marked st for several rows. Then finally that seaming of the last row. You can see the shape that the increases, decreases, and fold create in the photo at the end of the hood instructions. Does that help?

  38. 131

    Kelsey says

    Really like pattern, but can’t figure out how to sew on ears; I just used a needle and thread for appliqués. Instructions would be helpful. Pattern just says to leave a long tail, then sew on.

    • 132

      Tamara Kelly says

      You just thread the yarn on a yarn needle and whip stitch them on where you want them to be. Sorry that wasn’t clearer!

  39. 133

    Glenda says

    I’m loving this pattern. So simple (I thought). What is “dc2tog” ? I mean I know it is double crochet 2. What is tog? Thank you.

  40. 135

    lineasaved says

    How many chains are needed to replace FDC? Same number as FDC? I have watched 10 FDC video tutorials, and I cannot see what they’re doing, the stitches on my work don’t look like what they show in the videos. Thanks!

  41. 137

    says

    Hi there!! Is the inside color of the ear supposed to be much smaller than the outside? I have almost an inch of mc on the bottom of my ears. I did use two different brands of yarn for the two pieces, I was just curious what the size difference should be. Thank you!!!!

  42. 139

    Amanda says

    I loveeee this pattern, I’m so excited to try it! It says “held doubled,” are you holding it that way throughout the entire pattern? I just want to do it right :)

  43. 141

    Melissa says

    Thank you for writing a clear, easy to follow, and accurate pattern! I tried another pattern and ended up with a hood the size of a helmet. I’ve just started the hood, and the way the increases are worked seems to make perfect sense with how one’s head is shaped. I only wish I’d read the comments first because I’ve been working that first ch 2 as my first dc in each row, but it still seems to be coming out alright. Also, I’m doing this with one strand of Red Heart with Love (Pewter for the main color) and it seems to be alright. My only question is do you think it would be easy to modify the ears? Crazy as it sounds, my sister wants this with floppy bunny ears. Thanks!

    • 142

      Tamara Kelly says

      Thanks Melissa! I think that’s the beauty of this pattern – change up the ears and it can be anything you want! :)

  44. 143

    Lyzzi says

    This pattern is awesome. I used it to make Christmas presents for all the girls in my family, old and young. One thing I did want to note is that i added a straight row between the increase and reduction phases to round the hood out more and it looks really fantastic. My little girl just about screamed (she has a huge thing for kittens) Thank you Thank you Thank you!!!

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    julie says

    I LOVE this pattern!! I made one for a good friend in black wih white paws, she loved it! I gave it to her at work and got another order for one! She wanted it for a teen- pink with snowmen on the pockets (no ears). Turned out great! And upon giving it to her at work…TWO more orders!!!! I have a question tho… One of the orders is for a 3 yr old….how do I adapt the pattern for that size? I have made the scarf portion to be about 32 in long (101 dc’s) Can you help with the hood portion?

    Thank you for your wonderful patterns!

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      Tamara Kelly says

      Hi julie! Congrats on the orders, I’m so glad you like the pattern! I would just start with a narrower hood, and not do as many increase rows.

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    char says

    Hey could you help me with the measurements I think I am doing it wrong ok I am 5 8., this is what I was doing

    5.8/4×10= number of fdc

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      Tamara Kelly says

      Hi Char! The formula calls for height in inches, so assuming you’re not under 6 inches tall, the number you want to plug in there is 68 (12×5 +8). :D

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    danielle says

    hi….im working with super bulky Lionbrand HOMETOWN USA in charcoal….for an adult…MY QUESTION….do i need to switch up to a larger hook say a 9mm N….or stick with the 6.5???

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      Tamara Kelly says

      You might want to go up a little bit – whatever gives you the drape and thickness of fabric you like! And definitely DON’T hold it doubled lol! :D

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    says

    Oh, I saw it on Raverly and found it sooo cute. I didn’t know it came from here (I stumbled on your blog and have been looking through it the last hour – and I totally love it ^^)

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    Kim says

    Thank you so much for the pattern. My daughter is having an iceskating party of her birthday and I made these for all the girls to wear and take home as a party favor! So much fun! Thank you again!

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    Amber says

    This will be perfect for the Harvest festival at my church. We are supposed to dress up & it’s chilly outside. This will be perfect to wear, add a little face paint & instant outfit. I will be nice & warm handing out candy to all the littles. Now if I can get it done before Friday…. Thank you so much for this beautiful pattern!

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    danielle says

    hi i finished the scoodie i would love to post my picture but i cant post to fb cause its a christmas present to one of my friends….anyway to post somewhere else…super proud of it…i had to add a couple to the hood to make it bigger but other than that it was wonderful used. lion brand homespun so its yummy soft…
    danielle

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    Brittany Hart says

    Hey I love this pattern. Thanks for sharing it. I just started it and am wondering if the chains before the first fdc counts as a fdc or not? I saw another comment about the 2chains for the dc rows not counting. I want to assume the chains before the fdc don’t count but I want to make sure.

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