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House Hat & Scarf Set for 15-18”
(38.1-45.7 cm) Stuffed Animal

© Jennifer Ofenstein (ofenjen)


Worsted yarn in house colors (Red Heart Supersaver in burgundy and gold used in example)
N/15 (9.0 mm) hook



Crocheted with 2 strands of same color yarn throughout.

Row 1: With burgundy, ch 6. Sl st in first ch to form ring. Ch 3, 11 DC over ring, sl st to join. Finish off.

Row 2: Join gold to in any st, ch 3, DC in same st, 2 DC in each st around. Sl st to join. Finish off.

Row 3: Join burgundy in any st, ch 3, DC in next st and each st around. Finish off.

Row 4: Join gold in any st, ch 3, DC in next st, ch 3, sk 3 dc, dc in next 8 sts, ch 3, sk 3 st, dc in remaining sts. Finish off.

Row 5 : Join burgundy in any st, sc in each st around, sc over ch 3s. Finish off, weave in ends.

Attach Pom-Pom (optional): Instructions for making a Pom-Pom


Crocheted with 2 strands of same color yarn throughout.

With burgundy, ch 5.

Row 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc across. Ch 1 turn.

Row 2: Sc across, ch 1 turn

Row 3: Sc across. Attach gold at top of last st. Ch 1, turn

Repeat 1-3 in alternating colors for a total of 13 blocks of color. Add fringe.

Final Product

House Hat & Scarf Set for 15-18


Jennifer Ofenstein’s pattern was taken with permission from

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