Child Ewok Scoodie – Crochet Pattern

Little EwokI recently introduced my sons to the Star Wars Trilogy. They absolutely loved it! Now I’ve had light saber battles all over my house. I crocheted some Star Wars amigurumi for my oldest and thought it would be cute to crochet an ewok scoodie (hooded scarf) for my youngest. He seemed thrilled at the idea, as well. I used the Yub Nub Scoodie for inspiration but had to change it up drastically for a child size, since I used a different weight of yarn, and the fact that I like smaller stitches on clothing.

Little Ewok– 3 skeins of super bulky weight yarn. (I used Lionbrand Hometown USA in Portsmouth Pumpkin)
– Small amount of super bulky weight yarn. (I usedLionbrand Hometown USA in Billings Chocolate)
– Small amount of bulky weight yarn as accent. (I used Lionbrand Homespun in Bareley)
– Size K (6.50mm) Crochet Hook
– Suede Cord (optional)
– Two Buttons (optional)
– Nail brush (or something similar to brush accent yarn)

ch = Chain
sp(s) = space(s)
st(s) = stitch(es)
sl st = Slip Stitch
sk = Skip

sc = Single Crochet
hdc = Half Double Crochet
hdc dec = Half Double Crochet Decrease
RS = Right Side
WS = Wrong Side
FO = Finish Off

Special Stitches:

– Magic Circle: Wrap yarn around the index finger of your left hand as shown. Holding crochet hook in your right hand, insert hook under the two yarn loops and hook the yarn coming from the skein or ball, Pull loop through.

Ewok Scoodie:

With main color, ch 94
Row 1: hdc in 3rd ch from hook, hdc in each ch across. (92)
Row 2: ch 2, turn, hdc in each st across. (92)
Row 3-4: Repeat Row 2 twice.
Row 5: (optional if adding button, else just continue repeating row 2)
hdc 3, ch 1, sk st, hdc 84, ch 1, sk st, hdc in last 3 sts. (92)
Row 6-9: Repeat Row 2 four times. FO.


Sew Seam of Hood

Sew the seam of hood as shown.

Row 10: skip 25 sts, hdc 42, skip last 25 sts. (42)
Row 11: ch 2, turn, hdc in each st across. (42)
Row 12-14: Repeat Row 2 three times. (42)
Row 15: ch 2, turn, hdc 13, [hdc 2, hdc dec] repeat four times, hdc 13. (38)
Row 16: hdc 11, [hdc 2, hdc dec] repeat four times, hdc 11. (34)
Row 17: hdc 11, [hdc dec, hdc] repeat four times, hdc 11. FO. Leave a long tail for sewing seam of hood. (30)
With WS facing, fold hood in half and sew hood together.
Finishing Row: sc evenly around edge of hood and scarf.

Ear (make two):
Worked in the round, do not join.
Row 1: With brown, sc 6 in mc. (6)
Row 2: 2 sc in each st. (12)
Row 3: [sc, 2 sc] repeat around. (18)

Ear and button placement

Ear and button placement

Row 4: [sc 2, 2 sc] repeat around. (24)
Row 5: Fold in half to form a half circle. Crochet through both layers, sc 12. FO. Leave a long tail for sewing ear to hood. (12)
Row 5: With accent color, join to ear, sc in each st of half circle. FO. (12)
Brush accent yarn on ears.
Sew ears to hood.

Add buttons and/or cord as desired.

Ewok Scoodie Wrapped


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One comment

  1. health says:

    Greetings! Very helpful adcvice inn this particular post!
    It is the little changes which will make the largest changes.

    Many thanks foor sharing!

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