$8.50 USDSize 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...
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.
Great pattern and easy instructions to follow
thisis adorable and will make as soon as i can get a few things finished up im sewing
The hooded scarf was a huge success. Once I got the hang of it, they are so quick and simple. Wrapping my head around how to attach the pockets to the scarf took a moment as it felt counter intuitive, but if you just follow the instructions I promise they won’t lead you astray
Really nice pattern and instructions easy to follow. I’m very happy with my purchase.
So funny patern and so easy to use, I really loves Twig & Tale pattern ! Even if it's in english, it is really understandable for foreign user
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.
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.
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.