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November 8, 2009

Oatmeal hoodie scarf



I think scarf is one of my favorite items in the winter season. At the same time, I like clothes with hoodie a lot, and although Japanese people never wear a hoodie, I actually wear them.. I might be weird, but it keeps me warm when I'm riding a bike for instance. So I combined them both! I made this hoodie scarf with a knit fabric I also used for the bubble sleeve cardi the other day. For the edge of the hoodie, I use a white floral cotton fabric as a bias strip to finish off. I really like how it came out, and want to make more in different colors!

6 comments:

Beth said...

Love this post, that hoodie scarf is such a good idea!
Aweosme photos
xx

theowlsarenotwhattheyseem said...

this is a fantastic idea! and the fabric and color you chose are so soft and pretty. i love the extra detail of the floral trim inside. ~joelle

issa said...

ooh love this

Eva Internazionale said...

How come the Japanese don't wear hoodies?

vivatveritas said...

thank you everyone for your comment!

hi eva, to be honest, i dont know why japanese don't. i have never seen people worn the hoodie. i do wear hoodie though, i think its so usefull when its cold to cover my ears and when its raining and stuff!

Allyn said...

Hi there! I just LOVE this item! On the Etsy page, it says to talk to you about possibly having other colors. I would be interested in purchasing one in black if that were possible. Also, does the gripping hold it in place if you wear it halfway up (the way you're wearing it in your picture)? I like that look

Allyn
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