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Knit Look Crochet Hat and Scarf – FREE Pattern

I originally posted this knit look crochet hat and scarf pattern as a guest post on YarnHookNeedles.com.

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If you’ve seen me hanging out over there, then you’ve probably noticed that I have an obsession with knit look crochet! I’ve even designed a knit look crochet poncho!

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Knit Look Crochet Hat and Scarf

Tools and Materials

  • 12mm crochet hook
  • yarn needle
  • scissors
  • tape measure or ruler
  • Clover L (3 3/8″) pom-pom maker
  • 4 balls of Lion Brand Wool-East Thick & Quick, Oatmeal color pictured

Abbreviations (U.S. terms)

  • ch – chain
  • sl st – slip stitch
  • st/sts – stitch(es)
  • sc – single crochet
  • hdc – half double crochet
  • dc – double crochet
  • FPdc – front post double crochet
  • ts – Tristan stitch
  • yo – yarn over
  • BLO – back loop only
knit look crochet scarf

Gauge and Finished Dimensions

  • 7 ts X 5 rows = 4 inches x 4 inches
  • Scarf is approx 6 x 71 inches, not including fringe
  • Beanie is 9.5″ from top to bottom; 9.5″ across measured flat for S/M and 11.5″ for M/L, circumference is 20″ for S/M and 22″ for L/XL; the beanie will stretch a couple of inches so be sure to size down if needed

Skill Level – easy

Click HERE to purchase the downloadable PDF version of this pattern from Ravelry!

Pattern Notes

  • Tristan stitch instructions – yo twice, insert hook, yo, draw up a loop, yo, draw through 2 loops, yo, draw through 3 loops
  • Chains do not count as stitches.
  • Scarf is worked lengthwise in one piece, attaching fringe afterwards.
  • Beanie is worked as a rectangle and then seamed together.
  • Beanie is a slouchy style.
  • You can customize the height of the beanie by subtracting or adding stitches to your starting chain.
  • You can customize the width/circumference of the beanie by subtracting or adding repeats of row 2 and 3. This beanie has approx 2 inches of stretch so when customizing width be sure to work up until your rectangle is 2 inches shorter than the head circumference measurement.
  • When making the scarf, if you leave about a 6-in long tail from the starting chain’s slip knot, then you can leave it long without having to weave it in. It will then be hidden in the fringe of the scarf.  The same can be done for the end of the scarf when you fasten off.

Knit Look Crochet Hat and Scarf Pattern

Scarf

ch 125

In Row 1, you will want to crochet into the back bump.This will give a nice looking edge to this side of the scarf as well as preventing the fabric from wanting to curl under.

Row 1: hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc in each st across

Row 2: (be sure to work the sl sts in this row loosely) ch 1, turn, sl st into the 3rd loop (sometimes called the horizontal bar) of the last hdc from the previous row, sl st into the 3rd loop of each st across; SEE PHOTOS A AND B

Photo A – Right side view of project showing a row of completed Tristan stitches.

Photo B – Wrong side view of project showing a completed row of Tristan stitches.

The white arrow indicates the 3rd loop to work the slip stitches into for row 2.

Row 3: ch 2, turn, ts BLO across

Row 4 – 8: repeat rows 2 and 3

Row 9: ch 1, turn, sc BLO across

Fasten off and weave in all ends.

Attaching Fringe to Scarf

For each fringe, cut 5 12-inch lengths of yarn. 

Hold strands together folded in half to form a small loop at the fold. 

Use the crochet hook to pull the loop through the scarf from the front side to the back side. 

Then, still using the hook, pull the fringe ends through the loop and pull on them to tighten.

Make 5 fringes across each end of the scarf.  Trim fringe to even, if needed.

knit look crochet scarf how to attach fringe

Beanie

ch 18

In Row 1, you will want to crochet into the back loop only.This will help to provide a nice edge when seaming the beanie closed.

Row 1: hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc in each st across

Row 2: (be sure to work the sl sts in this row loosely) ch 1, turn, sl st into the 3rd loop (sometimes called the horizontal bar) of the last hdc from the previous row, sl st into the 3rd loop of each st across

Row 3: ch 2, turn, ts BLO across

Row 4 – 19 (21): repeat rows 2 and 3

Row 20 (22):  repeat row 2

Row 21 (23): ch 1, turn, sc BLO across

Brim

Ch 1, rotate to work down the side edge

Row 1: *FPdc around both of the posts of the raised cables, dc around the row 3 post (the Tristan stitch post), repeat from * across, ch 1; SEE PHOTOS C AND D

Photo C – Front post double crochet around both of the posts of the raised cables.

Photo D – Double crochet around the row 3 post (the Tristan stitch post).

Seaming Beanie

Fold hat inside out and sl st the edges together to form a tube.

Cut yarn leaving a long tail to sew the top closed and fasten off.

Using a yarn needle weave the long tail through the top of the hat, pull to tighten and close.

Weave in all ends.

Flip hat right side out.

Make the pom-pom and attach it to the top of the hat.

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