Wild Things Hooded Scarf + Tails

Size Chart + Materials List

Make their make-believe more real with this fun, yet practical hat and scarf combination that keeps them warm as they run wild. Easy-to-make and versatile, the pattern uses less than a metre/yard of fabric, keeps them toasty warm and is more likely to stay on little heads too!

Choose your animal and go wild... 


Twig + Tale Wild Things Hooded Scarf Views


Pattern Features
  • Sizes infant to adult
  • 14 animal options: Fox, Unicorn, Lion, Bear, Bunny, Dino, Cat, Mouse, Giraffe, Zebra, Horse, Donkey, Ladybird and Puppy
  • 3 neck style options
  • Options for pockets and "paws" on the scarf ends
  • Colouring pages for children to design their own Wild Thing 
  • FREE BONUS: 7 Animal tail patterns!
  • Skill level:  Beginner - adventurous beginner  (animals with manes)


Twig + Tale Wild Things Hooded Scarf Animal Option Views


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Make old things new again! Twig & Tale patterns pair wonderfully with recycled fabrics. Look to soft sweaters,  woollen blankets, gently used corduroy trousers and leather/suede garments for inspiration.

Cover Image by suzanneholsted.co.nz

Customer Reviews

Based on 21 reviews
Wild things hooded scarf and tails

Easy to follow and a chance to add own creativity - love it!

Quick and easy with an adorable outcome!

Love this pattern. Can see many more to come!

absolute love

I am new to sewing. this was easy to follow and came out so adorable I made one for the whole family.....LOVE LOVE this pattern

Pretty practical

Another lovely Twig Tale pattern! Easy to assemble with lots of options. My girl likes her super soft kitty hooded scarf and I will of sure be trying all the different options :-)

Wild things hooded scarf

Such a cute pattern and really easy to follow. Would highly recommend.

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Wild Things Hooded Scarf Size Chart + Materials List


This pattern includes sizes: 3-6m, 6-12m, 12-18m, 18m-3y, 3-5y, 5-8y, 8-12 and teen/adult.  

The sizes are quite generous, but depending on your choice of fabric and whether you prefer it loose or tight fitting, you may need to go up or down a size.  For example, you may require a bigger size if you use faux fur.

Suggested fabrics

Exterior:  I like to use wool, but you could also use fleece, minky, fur, corduroy, or any other soft warm fabric.  You can use felted woolen sweaters for this, but you may need to mix and match two sweaters in order to have enough fabric.
Lining: Cotton, linen, flannel or other soft breathable fabric.  

Fabric requirements

Scarf Version:  7/8 - 1 yard (70 - 90 cm) of both lining and exterior fabric.  
Cowl Version:  1/2 - 3/4 yard (40-60 cm) of both lining and exterior fabric.  
Crossover Version:  1/2 - 3/4 yard (40-60 cm) of both lining and exterior fabric.

Depending on the width of your fabric, you may get more than one garment from these amounts.


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