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The Shenandoah hooded scarf crochet pattern uses basic stitches to make an elegant and warm hat and scarf combo!
The hood on this hooded scarf is made with 2 strands of yarn in contrasting colors. This gives the hood extra thickness and warmth - AND makes it work up in a jiffy! The attached scarf is made with one strand of yarn in a nice lacy and drapey pattern. The matching lacy trim around the front edge of the hood frames the face. This is an excellent choice for warmth and versatility when the colder months hit, not to mention much easier on a hairdo than your typical beanie :-)
This pattern includes instructions for both child and adult sizes.
Deborah Norville Everyday Worsted Yarn
Color A - 2(3) skeins), Color B - 1(1) skein.
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