Crochet Fox Hooded Pocket Scarf

My daughter’s favorite winter accessory is a hooded pocket scarf. It has gotten cold here and we decided that it’s time for a new one. This time we thought a crochet fox hooded pocket scarf would be cute.

This is a pretty easy pattern. The scarf is made the same as my Unicorn Hooded Pocket Scarf and my Dinosaur Hooded Pocket Scarf.

For this pattern I used Bernat Super Value yarn and a 5.5mm crochet hook. The color that I chose for the main part of the scarf was Redwood Heather, but this can be substituted with a orange/red in the brand you choose.

Crochet Fox Hooded Pocket Scarf

Materials

  • Orange/red yarn
  • White yarn
  • Black yarn
  • 5.5mm crochet hook
  • Yarn needle

Fox Hooded Pocket Scarf

Scarf 

Ch 252 

Row 1: hdc in third chain and each chain across, ch 2 and turn 

Row 2-14: hdc in each stitch across, ch 2 and turn 

Row 15: hdc in each stitch across 

Finish off 

Hood 

Row 1: Skip first 90 stitches on scarf, join yarn and hdc for next 70 stitches, ch 2 and turn 

Row 2-24: hdc in each stitch across (70), ch 2 and turn 

Row 25: hdc in first 33 stitches, hdc2tog 2 times, hdc in last 33 stitches, ch 2 and turn 

Row 26: hdc in first 32 stitches, hdc2tog 2 times, hdc in last 32 stitches, ch 2 and turn 

Row 27: hdc in first 31 stitches, hdc2tog 2 times, hdc in last 31 stitches, ch 2 and turn 

Row 28: hdc in first 30 stitches, hdc2tog 2 times, hdc in last 30 stitches, ch 2 and turn 

Row 29: hdc in first 29 stitches, hdc2tog 2 times, hdc in last 29 stitches, ch 2 and turn 

Fold in half and sew the top edges of the hood together 

(in white) Sc around the enrire edge of the scarf 

Finish off 

Eyes (make 2) 

(in black) start with a magic ring 

Round 1: 6 sc inside ring 

Fasten off leaving a tail for sewing 

Face (make 2) 

(in white) ch 15 

Row 1: sc in second chain and each across (14), ch 1 and turn 

Row 2: sc decrease, sc in next 10 stitches, sc decrease (12), ch 1 and turn 

Row 3: sc in each stitch across (12), ch 1 and turn 

Row 4: sc decrease, sc in next 8 stitches, sc decrease (10), ch 1 and turn 

Row 5: sc in each stitch across (10), ch 1 and turn 

Row 6: sc decrease, sc in next 6 stitches, sc decrease (8), ch 1 and turn 

Row 7: sc in each stitch across (8), ch 1 and turn 

Row 8: sc decrease, sc in next 4 stitches, sc decrease (6), ch 1 and turn 

Row 9: sc in each stitch across (6), ch 1 and turn 

Row 10: sc decrease, sc in next 2 stitches, sc decrease (4), ch 1 and turn 

Row 11: sc in each stitch across (4), ch 1 and turn 

Row 12: sc decrease 2 times, ch 1 and turn 

Row 13: sc each stitch across (2), ch 1 and turn 

Row 14: sc decrease, fasten off leaving a tail for sewing 

Sew each eye onto the triangles for the face.

Back of Ear (make 2) 

(in orange) ch 9 leaving a starting tail for sewing 

Row 1: sc in second chain and each across (8), ch 1 and turn 

Row 2: sc decrease, sc in next 4 stitches, sc decrease (6), ch 1 and turn 

Row 3: sc in each stitch across (6), ch 1 and turn 

Row 4: sc decrease, sc in next 2 stitches, sc decrease (4), ch 1 and turn 

Row 5: sc in each stitch across (4), ch 1 and turn 

Row 6: sc decrease 2 times, ch 1 and turn 

Row 7: sc in each stitch across (2), ch 1 and turn 

Row 8: sc decrease 

Front of Ear 

(in white) ch 5 

Row 1: sc in second chain and each across (4), ch 1 and turn 

Row 2: sc decrease 2 times, ch 1 and turn 

Row 3: sc in each stitch across (2), ch 1 and turn 

Row 4: sc decrease 

Fasten off leaving a tail for sewing 

Sew the front of the ear onto the back of the ear.

Sew the two face pieces and the two ears to the hood of the scarf. Fold the ends of the scarf over and sew the sides to make the pockets.

This finished scarf turned out so cute! My daughter was thrilled when she woke up and saw that I had finished it in time for her to wear to school. I have a feeling she will be wearing the crochet fox hooded pocket scarf a lot this year.

If you have any suggestions for hooded pocket scarves you would like to see me make let me know in the comments or on my social media.

3 Comments

  1. I love that! That is too cute! Can you make a Mickey one? My nephew loves Mickey so this would be a perfect Christmas gift!

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