Pom Pom Toboggan and Infinity Scarf for Barbie

Christmas is literally around the corner! I’ve noticed that there is a pom pom craze happening right now and Barbie said she wanted a pom pom hat too! I whipped up this easy pattern that would make a great last minute stocking stuffer for a little girl.

You will need:
E/3.50 hook
#1 Weight yarn (Fingerling, sock yarn)
1/2″ craft pom pom
Fabric Glue

Stitches used:
Chain (ch)
Slip Stitch (sl st)
Single Crochet (sc)
Half Double Crochet (hdc)

*All stitches in both patterns are worked in the back loop only.

Ch 15
R1) Sc in second chain from hook and each chain across. (14 sc) Ch 1, turn.
R2) Sc in each stitch across. Ch 1, turn.
R3-26) Repeat row 2.
Bring short ends together, sl st evenly across. Finish off but leave a long tail. Flip work so that joining seam is on the inside. Thread yarn on needle, and sew evenly into ends of rows around, pull up tight. Pull both ends of yarn into inside of hat, tie together tightly and trim.
On outside of hat, glue pom pom into place with a small amount of fabric glue. Pin to hold in place if necessary.

Infinity Scarf
Ch 26. Join to beginning ch with sl st.
R1) Ch 1, hdc in each chain around. (26 stitches) Ch does not count as a stitch. Sl st to beginning stitch. Ch 1.
R2) Hdc in each stitch around, sl st to beginning stitch. Ch 1.
R3-4) Repeat row 2. On last round omit ch 1 and finish off. Weave in ends.

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4 thoughts on “Pom Pom Toboggan and Infinity Scarf for Barbie

  1. I’ve just found your pattern for the Bamboo Cables Cowl…which I would love to make for my daughters! Can you tell me the weight of the yarn you used for this. (i.e., 3 sport, #4 worsted, fingering, lace weight, etc.)And also approximately how much yarn used for the cowl you made. I may like to make it a bit longer, since my girls seem to like to twist it two times. So it would help to have some idea how much yarn I would need – even to make the length that you made. I’ve looked at those yarns that you mentioned are available on eBay, but since I have an ever-growing stash, I’d prefer to use some that I have on hand if I can – since budget is suffering – especially now with Christmas sneaking up on us!
    I’ve never seen your blog before – very nice. I like your site design – simple and uncomplicated – not “busy” and crowded as some have become. Thank you for sharing so many lovely patterns with all of us! Your work is lovely. I find sites – and patterns such as yours and some other designers – so inspiring. They encourage me to keep on hooking and do more than I have been doing lately!
    Thank you for any help you can give…..

    And a Blessed and very Merry Christmas to you and your family!

    1. The yarn that I used is classed as a worsted weight yarn. I personally would call it a light worsted to a dk weight. I used 200 grams total for the cowl I made. Of course you can use other yarns for this cowl, but I would definitely recommend a bamboo blend. It gives it a sheen and drape that other yarns might not be able to. If you have something like Caron Simply Soft in your stash, that might be worth trying for this.
      Thank you so much for the kind words. I’ve had a blog for quite some time, but I “relaunched” with a new format and new patterns. I plan to bring some things over from the old one, and of course, add lots of new things! Thanks for looking around and a Merry Christmas to you and yours!

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