Two of Wands

Kodiak Hooded Pocket Scarf

Collaborations, Free PatternsAlexandra TavelComment

The third and final pattern in my collaboration series with Lion Brand Yarn and Michael's has finally arrived. Like the Cambria Wrap and Oakley Super Scarf, this new design uses the bonus bundle supersized yarn skeins from LB currently exclusive to Michael's Stores - this time in fan favorite Wool-Ease Thick and Quick. Behold the Kodiak Hooded Pocket Scarf, available as a free pattern below or a printable, ad-free PDF here. The full yarn kit can be purchased through Lion Brand here.

Wool-Ease Thick & Quick is probably my all-time favorite yarn. It comes in a huge array of colors, is super speedy for both knit and crochet, and it's incredibly durable and soft. It's always my go-to for chilly weather accessories and garments. I used it in one of my first ever designs - the Armor Scarf, which is a multi-functional piece that is part poncho, part scarf/cowl, and part hood. When I said out to design this new piece I wanted to again do something multi-functional. 

I've been on a pocket kick lately after releasing my knit Cliffside Cardigan and crochet Harold Cardigan and the Kodiak Hooded Pocket Scarf is now part of the club. Part scarf, part hood, part pocket ... it's my new fave multi-functional piece.

This piece can easily top a sweater or fitted jacket and can be worn with the hood up or down, or you can put it under a bigger coat for an extra layer to shield you from the cold. 

This is an easy level crochet pattern and the techniques involved are half double crochet and seaming. It's also super fast to work up! I hope you enjoy the free pattern below.


2 bonus bundle (10oz) skeins Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick Bonus Bundle in Urban Camo (616)
Size US N/P (10mm) crochet hook
Tapestry needle


Scarf width: 7”/18cm
Scarf length from bottom of hood to end: 21”/53cm
Hood height: 13.5”/34cm
Hood width: 24”/61cm


 7.5 sts + 6.5 rows = 4”/10cm in half double crochet


*All Two of Wands patterns are written in standard US terms

Ch – chain
Hdc – half double crochet
Rep – repeat
Sk – skip
St(s) – stitch(es)

Note: Scarf and top of hood are worked as one piece, then back of hood is worked from the top down and seamed to the sides of the scarf. Pockets are created by folding up the bottom edges of the scarf. The ch 2 at the beginning of each row does not count as a stitch.


Ch 152.

Row 1: Starting in 3rd ch from hook, hdc across row, turn. (150 sts)

Rows 2-12: Ch 2 (does not count as a st here and throughout), hdc across row, turn.

Break yarn.

Hood top:

Rejoin yarn in the 63rd stitch.

Row 1: Ch 2, and starting in same st, hdc 26, turn.

Rows 2-7: Ch 2, hdc 26, turn.

Break yarn, leaving a long tail. Fold work in half and seam up the back of the hood using the long tail.

With back of hood facing you and right side up, rejoin yarn where bottom right corner of hood meets the scarf.

Row 1: Ch 2 and hdc 20 sts evenly into bottom edge of hood, turn.

Rows 2-10: Ch 2, hdc 20, turn.

Break yarn. Seam sides of work to the scarf.

Hood edging:

With front of hood facing you, fold the first row back and seam the foundation chain edge to the top of the second row of the hood from one bottom corner of hood to the other.


Fold bottom edges of scarf up approx. 9”/23cm, then fold outside top edge back approx. 3”/8cm. Seam top edges to body of scarf, going through both layers of folded portion to tack it down. Seam down inner side of pockets.

Secure and weave in all ends.

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