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25 Crochet Hood Patterns: Easy and Cozy Projects

Discover a world of warmth and style with our collection of 25 Crochet Hood Patterns. Whether you’re a seasoned crocheter or just starting out, these patterns offer a delightful array of options to keep you cozy and fashionable.

From hooded cowls that blend the elegance of a scarf with the snug comfort of a hood to versatile hooded scarves that can be customized to suit your taste, these projects cater to all skill levels.

crochet hood patterns

With easy-to-follow instructions and a range of yarn choices, you can create accessories that not only keep you warm during chilly seasons but also add a touch of handmade charm to your wardrobe.

Explore these patterns, and embrace the joy of crafting your own unique hooded creations.

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Crochet Hood Patterns: Easy and Cozy Projects

1. Hooded Scarf Crochet Pattern

chunky hood scarf with pockets pattern

5 out of 5 – Great, easy to follow pattern! It turned out great!

This pattern was easy to follow and it didn’t take long at all to complete. I made mine for a tall 7 year old girl and it is perfect for her! Now we are waiting for cold weather so she can use it.

The pattern has sizes from toddler to adult. You can use any super bulky yarn for this hooded scarf project. This crochet designer has lots of winter patterns for you to try from hats to scarves.

2. Snow Drifts Pixie Crochet Hood Pattern Free

Snow drifts pixie hood crochet pattern

Make your own cozy crochet hood with this free pattern. This pattern starts with cables on the edge. You can add fun pom poms if you would like.

3. Buttoned Hooded Scarf Crochet Pattern

Butten crochet hood pattern

5 out of 5 – So pleased with this pattern – Great instructions – Great transaction

I think I am going to love this. Lots of children in my family and I have lots of yarn.

Thank you for such a nice pattern. Well written.

4. Oversized Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern

Oversized crochet hood cowl pattern

5 out of 5 – Very clear, detailed but compressed pattern. I’m a crochet beginner, but I have had no trouble following it.

The scarf is not ready yet, but it looks to come out like in the pictures. Recommended!

So easy to follow! I was able to bust a scarf out in like an hour.

4. Red Heart Hood Cable Cowl Crochet Pattern

Cable hooded cowl crochet pattern

Make this special hooded cowl with cables using Red Heart Yarn.

5. Hooded Dragon Cowl Crochet Pattern

hooded dragon cowl crochet pattern

5 out of 5 – Cannot wait to start this pattern! Seems very easy to follow and has pictures.

This pattern was super easy to follow, and the hood came out perfect. I made a couple modifications to the spikes to make them look the way I wanted (modeled after a dragon from WoW) and it turned out great.

6. Button Cowl Hood Crochet Pattern

Button Crochet hood pattern

5 out of 5 – The pattern was very easy to follow and I loved the end result!

The piece turned out beautifully! I had to add two extra rows to the hood for a proper fit. I get compliments on the hood whenever I wear it out!

This is hooded cowl is going to be nice and warm for the upcoming Wyoming winter weather. I made this Hooded Cowl as a Christmas Gift for a special friend.

This was a very easy crochet, the instructions were easy, and it did not take long to crochet it. One weekend.

7. Hooded Cowl Crochet Pattern

Hood crochet cowl pattern

5 out of 5 – Super cute, easy to follow instructions and excellent customer service.

8. Bernat Bear Hood

bernat yarn bear crochet hood pattern

This bear hood uses Bernat Sheepy Yarn for this 6-12 months crochet pattern.

9. Zolta Hooded Scarf Crochet Pattern 

chunky hooded crochet scarf pattern

5 out of 5 – I love this pattern. I haven’t made it yet, but the pattern looks super easy to follow. I love the pom pom ears!

This pattern was so easy, it worked up quick and the girls in my family absolutely loved their Xmas gifts!!! Also, I had a question for Heidi so I emailed her.

Her response time was very quick and she was so willing to help me out! I will definitely purchase her patterns without hesitation!

10. Granny Stripe Balaclava Crochet Pattern

granny stripe balaclava crochet pattern

This is the first pattern I’ve ever used and it was simple enough for me to understand. I’m a -advanced- beginner and I was able to make it bigger through simple math since I was using a smaller hook and yarn size. It’s beautiful!

Awesome pattern and easy to follow! It was my second time making a crochet project and I had no problem following along 🙂 I modified the pattern slightly by skipping the face ribbing. Love my balaclava!

11. Wild Oleander Hooded Scarf 

hooded scarf crochet pattern

Pattern was well written and included pictures to help with stitch placement when needed. My first scarf turned out beautifully. I have since made another and plan to make more.

Really easy pattern to follow! Works up pretty quick also. So far I made it in school colours to wear to my sons football games… I can’t wait to make it in more colours. Love this pattern.

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13. Better Together Hood and Shawl

The Hat and I

Easy to follow pattern loved my shawl.

Detailed pattern, good instructions and easy to follow. Really enjoyed making this item and it worked out really well.

Your pattern is easy to read, I made it for one of my daughters. She loves wearing it.

14. Woodland Hooded Scarf

Winding Road Crochet

I made this without the hood, and I LOVE this pattern. Quick and easy to work up. I used Bernat Blanket Fleece yarn for it. Thanks!

Crocheted up very quickly which was good since I kept ripping it back to customize length. I used leftover super bulky blanket yarn so the guage was guesswork but it came out perfect! Those pockets will be a godsend this winter when I’m scraping ice off my car!

15. Archers Hood Pattern


The pattern looks a bit intimidating at first glance, but once you get going it’s pretty easy to follow. I had a bit of trouble with my gauge swatch (I’m not a good swatcher!), asked for some tips and got a quick response.

Once I got going the hood was a snap to make. I’ve made two of them and will probably make more for gifts.

Love it! I sized a size 6 yarn, so that it would be chunky enough for a flannel liner inside the hood. Worked out well!

16. Over the Rainbow Crochet Hood Pattern

The Hat & I

Make your own colorful Over the Rainbow Crochet Hood with this pattern. This crochet designer has lots of winter wear patterns for you to try.

This was a beautiful pattern! It was a little challenging for me to learn the stitch at first, so I contacted the seller and she was SUPER helpful!

I practiced the stitch in the gauge swatch and figured it out! This was super fun to work on and I was so happy to be using so many colors. Thanks for everything!

I just loved making this awesome Hoodie! Pattern was so easy to follow & so much fun to create. Love.

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