Free Handy Hugs Doll Scarf Pattern

I made a tiny version for Maddy and thought you might like one too.  Newsletter subscribers got the first look at this pattern.  It is not an exact replica of the human-sized scarf pattern but an adequate version for Maddy or other 10-11 inch high doll. Please note that It has not been tested, so do let me know if you have any trouble with it by contacting me using the Contact Form.

Handy Hugs Doll Scarf


This pattern is my property and is not to be copied or reposted. It should remain free and finished objects made from it may be sold. Credit must be given to me as the designer.

Copyright 2014 Author: Tina Le Page – Mad Crochet Lab, All rights reserved


With dk sport yarn or sock yarn and a 1.75mm hook (or as close a match to yarn and hook as you can get), CH 5.
1.  SC in ea across.  CH 1, turn.
Continue repeating Row 1 until you achieve the desired length for doll’s scarf.  Finish off, hiding tail in work.  I used regular SC on each alternate row and then SC from the back (click link for video demo on working SC from back and working in back bumps) on every other row.  All odd numbered rows (right side) were regular SC and all even numbered rows (wrong side) were made using SC from the back.
Rotate work so it is horizontal with right side facing you and rejoin yarn with a SS in side of stitches 2 rows from end of work.

Create thumb:  CH 3 and SS in 2nd and last back bump from hook.  SS twice in side of stitches to end of scarf and now rotate work to stitch in end of scarf.
Create index finger:  SS in 1st SC and CH 4.  SS in 2nd back bump from hook and in last 2 back bumps.  SS in next SC.
Create middle finger:  CH 5.  SS in 2nd back bump from hook and last 3.  SS in next SC.
Create ring finger:  CH 4.  SS in 2nd back bump from hook and in last 2.  SS in last SC.
Create pinky finger:  CH 3.  SS in 2nd back bump from hook and in last back bump.  SS in side of hand.  Finish off.  Hide tails in work.


Create the second hand by flipping work horizontal with wrong side facing you and repeating instructions for thumb and fingers.  Thumbs should be on the same side of scarf.

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