Thursday, January 7, 2010

Sewing pattern: Scoodie (scarf with a hood)


This comfy and easy to sew scoodie will keep you warm all winter.


PLEASE NOTE: this pattern is sized for an adult and has enough ease to wear a hat under it. If you're making it for a child or if you prefer a smaller hood, scale the pattern down when printing and check the measurements before sewing.

Cut the pieces as shown (use a single fabric if you prefer):

A: cut 1 in main fabric, 1 in contrast fabric (lining)
B: cut 2 in main fabric, 2 in lining fabric
C: cut 2 in main fabric, 2 in lining fabric. This is the scarf part and you may change its size if you'd rather have it longer or shorter.
The allowances are all 5/8" unless otherwise specified.

Sew piece A with both pieces B right sides together. Do the same for the lining.

Sew the hood and its lining, right sides together. Turn right side out and edge stitch as shown.

Sew both pieces C right sides together. Do the same for the lining.

Align the unfinished hood edge, lining side, with the scarf lining edge (right side). Make sure the hood is well centered on the scarf lining. Place the other scarf part on top, right sides together, forming a "sandwich". Sew together as shown, leaving a space for turning.

Turn right side out. Fold the remaining raw edges inside the scarf, pin and edge stitch all around, making sure the opening gets closed.


Anonymous said...

Hello: This looks pretty awesome! Do you know where I can find the pattern to print off? Thanks =)

Kiri Komori said...

Hi, I know this is a super old post, but I've been looking for a pattern that has a three part hood like this! Any chance you still have it?

Patricia Mitchell said...

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