Nuna Hood Scarf by Named Clothing

A lined, hooded scarf in one size.

Pattern: Nuna Hood Scarf
Designer: Named Clothing
Categories: Hats, Scarves
Difficulty: Beginner
Recommended Fabrics: Boucle, Wool, Jersey
required fabric: 5/8 yards
Digital Sewing Pattern$7.70
Digital Sewing Pattern$7.70


The Nuna Hood Scarf by Named Clothing is a must-have accessory for cold climates. This hood scarf is a great beginner sewing pattern meant for soft, cozy fabrics that will keep you warm all winter long. Sew yours up in a soft wool lined with velvet for a luxurious feel. Pair your hood scarf with your favorite winter coat and you'll stay warm even after hours in the elements.

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Pattern Details

Intended Paper Size: Letter (8.5in x 11in)
Number of Files Included: 2
Total Number of Pages: 13
Copy Shop Version Included: No
Pattern uses layers to select size: No

Finished Garment Measurements (inches)

Size All Sizes
height (nape to tip)14
Depth (tip to front)11
Width of scarf7 1/2
Length of scarf (end to end)89

Fabric Required (yards)

Size All Sizes
Main (60" Width) 5/8
Lining (60" Width) 5/8

Recommended Fabrics

Required Sewing Techniques

Required Tools

  • Sewing Machine
  • Iron & Ironing Board
  • Pins
  • Measuring Tape
  • Fabric Scissors

Optional Tools

  • Point Turner
  • Rotary Cutter and Mat

Required Supplies

  • Thread
  • Universal Needle

Additional Notes

This 13-page pattern includes all pattern pieces and step-by-step instructions with illustrations.

I'm slightly obsessed with my Nuna Head Scarf - it's amazing. I made mine with 100% wool, so it's the perfect winter accessory. My dad even thinks so; he was dropping a hint at wanting one of his own. The pattern was really simple and came together very fast. Great as a gift!

Love this pattern. Made one out of Pendleton shirting plaid and wear it daily here in Utah. Pattern was well written. I did use a little more yardage than stated on the pattern or the indiesew website. I would say 1 1/4 yards instead of just 1.