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Neat hat slash scarf for outerwear
Just a nice scarf . And hat if it rains or is windy. There is so many options for beautiful fabrics to use on this creation. And because I used two different kinds of fabric, it's as if there is two hat/scarfs :) So get on with it.

Posted by Eva from Denmark, South Carolina, United States • Published See Eva 's 14 projects »
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  • How to make a hooded scarf. Hat / Scarf - Step 1
    Step 1

    First of all. Make your pattern. I just cut out something that looked much like the picture. Mine is 140 cm "long" (from A to B) and 55 cm "high" (C to D). Because my pattern paper wasn't large enough I had to do my pattern in 3 pieces (e, f and g).

    (You probably can't see A and B in the picture, but A is the end of the left side, and B is the end of the right side)

  • How to make a hooded scarf. Hat / Scarf - Step 2
    Step 2

    Place the pattern on the fabric

  • How to make a hooded scarf. Hat / Scarf - Step 3
    Step 3

    And cut out with 1 cm seam allowance

  • How to make a hooded scarf. Hat / Scarf - Step 4
    Step 4

    Sew the pieces e,f and g (of the same fabric) together right side on right side, and also the "back of the head" (-shown with pink on the picture). Now you actually have two hat/scarfs. (Mine: One in flower fabric and one in grey)

  • How to make a hooded scarf. Hat / Scarf - Step 5
    Step 5

    Now sew the two hat/scarfs together - right side on right side. EXCEPT! Leave a small part open (shown with pink in the pic)

  • How to make a hooded scarf. Hat / Scarf - Step 6
    Step 6

    Turn the scarf around through the hole.

    Now. To make a finish, sew about 0,5 cm around the entire hat/scarf - while doing this you also close the remaining hole.

    Done.

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Maddie
Maddie · Raleigh, North Carolina, US
How many yards of fabric for each? (gray and floral?)
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Anna S.
Anna S. · 13 projects
I love this one.
Both beautiful and smart! Happy
You are really good, and finally there's someone who writes in cm and not inches, thank you;)
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Chat_noir
Chat_noir
That's really pretty.
It's like Grace Kelly meets Lady Gaga. (lol)
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