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  1. I'm quite excited to show my HOTH Unicorn scarf I've made as a request for a friend! I've made it with King Cole big value chunky yarn and cobbled together a few free patterns from ravelry. Here is my ravelry project if anyone would like to see higher resolution pictures or which patterns I used: http://www.ravelry.com/projects/PrettyPotato/easy-rounded-scoodie
  2. Link to pattern: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/chunky-ribbed-scoodie-2nd-edition I have a series of scoodies, they all have a rounded head with no points or corners. I love the way this one has come out. Written in US terminology, abbreviated style.
  3. Side view. One of a set of six scoodies (hooded scarf). No points or corners on the hood.

    © Zoe Deterding

  4. One of a set of six scoodies (hooded scarf). No points or corners on the hood.

    © Zoe Deterding

  5. There is a free written pattern and video for this project. It's the easiest from a set of six scoodie designs I've created. https://youtu.be/UKtUxwmMqPg
  6. Here is another pattern for a hooded scarf for you enjoy... http://crochetncrafts.com/crochet/beginner-chain-stitch-hooded-scarf.html
  7. I finished my hooded scarf that I crocheted for my Mom's Christmas gift. The scarf part of the project could have been longer but Mom doesn't like long scarves so it should be okay. I would suggest doing more rows if you want longer tails on your scarf. I didn't do the pockets as my tails were too short. All in all, I do love the finished product. The hood fits nicely and it should keep Mom warm this winter.
  8. This is for a scarf that I have had in mind for a while. I really enjoyed making it because it is one of those patterns that once you get started you just can't put it down. I hope you will enjoy it as well. TLC Hooded Scarf http://crochetncrafts.com/crochet/tlc-hooded-scarf.html
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