Fashion and practicality do not always go hand in hand: a model may not suit someone, someone may be fat, or cause some inconvenience. However, in the case of a scarf-hood, everything is perfect: it suits everyone, looks presentable, and most importantly - it is very comfortable and practical to wear! Anyone can sew such a model of a headdress, but you can put a stale stole and a strip of natural or artificial fur into action.
The size of the stole or piece of fabric that will be used is 80 cm by 190-200 cm, a strip of matching fur color is 55-60 cm long and 5-6 cm wide. For insulation, you need a small piece of padding polyester or fleece. Follow the link to download and transfer the pattern to paper.
The pattern is placed on the fabric and outlined with seam allowances twice: straight and mirrored.
A piece of insulation (fleece or padding polyester) is cut without seam allowances.
After that, the part must be sewn on and quilted from the inside out to the base.
Next, we lay two lines, as if connecting the cuts.
In a similar way, we lay seams on the opposite side. After that, fold the workpiece in half lengthwise and lay a seam along the open edge, leaving a small hole for turning. By the way, if you sew from a stole with brushes on the ends, you can save them. Then the seam will need to be laid only along the long open edge, and the product will twist through one of the side holes, on which there will be brushes.
After that, the product must be turned out, ironed, and manually sewn up the hole for turning out. Further, fur is sewn to the central part along the edge.
The hood scarf is ready! More details of the process are in the video below.