Looking for a fur hood crochet pattern? The Fable Fur Hood is a quick crochet pattern I made using Knit Picks Fable Fur, a new faux fur yarn made of a super soft fuzzy polyester. It looks almost like real fur (or like a really snuggly teddy bear), and it works up extra bulky, so this pattern is SUPER QUICK.

Seriously, it took me about an hour to make, and just used a bit more than one skein of Fable Fur.

Because the yarn is so furry, I did a very open-work rectangle made of double crochets in chain spaces. This makes the hood very light, and you can sink your fingers through the mesh if you want, but it still looks solid. Super quick and easy!

Project Materials:

  • 2 Balls of Knit Picks Fable Fur, Bjern color, $4.99 each
  • P-16 Hook (11.5 mm) or other jumbo crochet hook

Total cost: less than $10

To make your own Fable Fur Hood:

Ch 27

Row 1: Turn, ch 3, dc in 3rd chain, (ch 1 sk 1, dc in next stitch)* Repeat to end, with a dc in turning chain.

Row 2: Turn, ch 3, dc in ch sp, (ch 1, sk 1 dc then dc in next ch sp)* repeat to end with a dc in turning chain.

Row 3+ repeat row 2 until rectangle is about 28″ long. then fasten off.

To assemble: fold in half along the long side (like a book, not a hot dog bun!) and sew (or slip stitch) along the top of the “book” to make the top of the hood.

Add 2 chain tails to the bottom corners of the hood for ties.

For more info on this yarn, find Fable Fur at Knit Picks.

Check out my project on Ravelry.

*I was not paid for this post, but I do work for Knit Picks. This post was written on behalf of myself, and not my company.