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Yub Nub Scoodie
Ewok + Scarf + Hoodie = Awesome
This scoodie is worked flat and then seamed at the back
of the hood.
Row 13: Ch 3, turn, DC 20, [DC, 2DCdec] five times, DC
20 (50 sts)
Row 14: Ch 3, turn, DC 20, [2DCdec] five times, DC 20
Row 15: Ch 3, turn, DC 20, 2DCdec, DC, 2DCdec, DC 20
Row 16: Ch 3, turn, DC 20, DC3tog, DC 20 (41 sts)
Finish off, leaving a long tail for sewing. Fold scoodie in
half. On wrong side (you choose), either slip stitch or
whip stitch seam for hood.
6.50 mm / K Hook
2 skeins Lion Brand Wool Ease Chunky, “Spice” or
“Pumpkin” (need approx. 250 yards)
Small amount of Lion Brand Wool Ease Chunky,
Small amount of Yarn Bee Boucle Tradition Brushed,
“Brown Mix” or other fuzzy bulky yarn
2 buttons, 1 1/8” size, or extra yarn for laces (optional)
With orange, Ch 143
Row 1: DC in 3rd ch, DC across (140 sts)
Row 2 – 7: Ch 3, turn, DC across (6 rows); Finish Off
Row 8: Turn, Skip 40 sts, rejoin yarn, ch 3, DC in same
st, DC across 59 sts (60 sts), leaving 40 sts unworked
Row 9 - 11: Ch 3, turn, DC across (3 rows)
Row 12: Ch 3, turn, DC 20, [DC, DC, 2DCdec] five times,
DC 20 (55 sts)
Ears (Make 2)
With walnut, magic loop
Row 1: 6 sc in loop
Row 2: 2sc in each stitch around
Row 3: *1sc, 2scinc, repeat from * around
Row 4: *2 sc, 2scinc, repeat from * around
Row 5: *3 sc, 2scinc, repeat from * around
Finish off, leaving long tail for sewing ears to scoodie.
Fold circle in half. With contrasting fuzzy color, sc edges
together, making 2sc in first and last st. Sew in al ends
except long sewing tail. Use long tail to sew ears to
To finish, weave in ends. Sew buttons to side of
scoodie. Alternately, use yarn or i-cord to lace up sides
of scarf together or ends of scarf to side of hood.
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