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One- & Two-ball hooded scarves
Pattern Number: cwes-scarves
Rating: *****
4.5 (based on 17 reviews)
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One- & Two-ball hooded scarves Reviewed by Carole Morton on 2014-12-02 *****
I'm making this scarf for myself, in Homespun Barley and heather colors (purples-blues-greens-wine)can't remember the yarn color, tho? :/ And using an "I" hook. But I love this pattern and how quickly it works up. It's going to take a little more than 2 skeins of yarn (only about 2 more rows to finish, counting the edging), since I crochet a little bigger/looser?
This pattern is really easy to learn, too, so is a good one for beginners.

One- & Two-ball hooded scarves Reviewed by S. Honda on 2014-01-27 *****
I made this using 2 skeins of Homespun yarn. It was very quickly crocheted and it turned out nicely. I plan on making this again.

Reviewed by Jennifer Anderson on 2013-08-05 ****
I made this using a super bulky weight yarn and a P hook. I love it! It is so thick and warm. The scarf is very long ( which I like in a scarf). I can't wait for the cold weather!

Reviewed by anjaliiwarland on 2013-01-12 **
I wish I had known I would need more wool. I started this and could not finish for insufficient amount of wool.
Had to find a separate pattern instead.

One- & Two-ball hooded scarves Reviewed by Fran Miller on 2012-10-08 *****
I made this for my sister-in-law who is over 6' tall so I added about 100 chains to the beginning. She loves it and even wears it in the house when it's really cold outside. I made it with Pound of Love in baby blue. An easy to read and crochet pattern - works up very quickly and looks great. Thanks, LB for another wonderful pattern.

Reviewed by milana.villo on 2011-08-04 ****
I will try this as soon as I start to get good and have my grandma teach me! But I would really like to add crocheted bunny or bear ears to the top!+or

One- & Two-ball hooded scarves Reviewed by LuAnn on 2011-03-23 *****
I used 4 skeins of Amazing in Ruby and really like the results. I wish I would have made it longer, but it does the job great as is. I left the tassle off.

One- & Two-ball hooded scarves Reviewed by Robin Norman on 2011-01-10 *****
I love this pattern. Made one for myself and a daughter and my mother. They are fast and easy to whip up. It also keeps you very warm.

One- & Two-ball hooded scarves Reviewed by J M Stoutenburg on 2010-09-23 ****
I crochet tight, and even using a hook 2 sizes larger did not give me the correct dimensions for this pattern. So I used worsted weight yarn and an L hook with the number of chains specified. The scarf is about 70 inches long, and it's easy to make it the right width. The pattern comes out lacier than with a smaller hook; the heavier yarn still makes it warm.

One- & Two-ball hooded scarves Reviewed by Linda on 2010-03-05 *****
I have made 5 of these hooded scarves. Every person that has received them has had lots and lots of compliments. I thought the pattern was so easy and very easily followed. THANKS

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