A DIY Hooded Scarf Will Keep a Little One Warm While Looking Cool

By: Michael Hemsworth - Published: Feb 22, 2013 • References: suburbia-soup
A hooded scarf is a fantastic way to have an all-in-one cold weather combatant without carrying around too much bulk. This DIY is specifically for little kiddies, but a few minor adjustments to size could make it perfect for the quirky adult.

Hooded scarves are a great winter accessory for a few reasons. First off, they're incredibly warm: heat is stopped from escaping by keeping it insulated around your neck and head. Second off, they're fantastic for being a single item that replaces two separate accessories. Ditching separate hats and scarves will be easy once a hooded scarf makes it's way into a child's wardrobe.

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