Crochet Pixie Elfie Elf
I picked up a package of Nancy Hat yarn from my yarn shop and had the idea to make a pixie hat. The yarn comes with 3 hanks and 3 faux fur pompoms so I opened up 2 hanks to work from. I started working with the self striping yarn on a hat. I really like the way the hat turned out it’s own but my original idea was to make a pixie scoodie hat so I work up the scarf and attached it to the hat.
You can make an Elfie Elf Hat and Scarf or attach the 2 pieces together for a Pixie Scoodie.. I really like both of the styles, but for me I think I prefer the hat, I love the fact that I can wear my hair up in a ponytail and the hat sits over it perfect. I’m all ready for the Canadian winter! ❄ How will you wear your Crochet Pixie Elfie Elf?
Crochet Pixie Elfie Elf Pattern Notes..
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Yarn: Ice Yarns – Nancy Hat (This yarn is sold with 3 hanks in a pack and is enough yarn to make both hat and scarf)
Hat: 1.5 hanks
Scarf: 1.5 hanks.
Hook: US K10.5/6.50mm
Size: Hat is one size – ladies – 21-22″ head.
HDC: when working the hdc you will notice on the wrong side of your work that there is a back loop/ridge, hook is inserted under the stitch AND the back loop so there will be 3 strands of yarn on hook when inserted into the stitch. The hdc are worked in this manner so that when working with the thicker yarn it’s easier to work with.
Gauge: 6 hdc x 5 rows = 2 inches
- This yarn comes in a hank, when working with this yarn make sure to start with an end that starts with the self striping yarn and not the thick fluffy yarn.
- Do not join rnds unless otherwise specified.
- Use a stitch marker in the beg of each rnd to keep your place.
Need help attaching the scarf to the hat? Check out these images below..
Fold scarf in half over hat..
Place stitch marker in center of both hat and scarf and around the opening leaving approximately 9 inches unworked..