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6 Sewing Projects for Christmas: How to Make Easy Last Minute Christmas Gifts
See how simple it can be to make your own arm warmers with the Pretty Arm Warmers project. Keep your arms covered in style this winter. Learn how to make arm warmers that deliver both warmth and personality.
Hand sew a snowman pin to wear in the winter with this easy winter craft. Make them for yourself, your kids, or even give as Christmas gifts.
The Warmest Winter Toddler Jacket will keep your little one warm and snuggly all season. This free sewing pattern makes an adorable fleece button-up suitable for both boys and girls. The cut is nice and loose, perfect for running around during playtime. Decorative pockets can hold knick-knacks or small toys so they don't get left outside when playtime is over. Save money on winter clothes for growing children by learning how to make a fleece jacket that is durable enough to last for years. Size up just a little and you might even make it through the growth spurt.
Be ready for the cold with the Winter Is Coming Neck Warmer! This homemade neck warmer will keep the whole family bundled and toasty as the leaves change color and the snow starts to fall. Making DIY winter clothes can be intimidating, especially if you're a beginner sewist, but this easy sewing tutorial is the perfect place to start. All you need is a little fleece and some thread to make a delightfully cozy neck warmer that looks great and will keep you warm all winter long.
This cheerful yellow beanie will bring a taste of sunshine to even the darkest winter months. The A Breath of Spring Fleece Beanie will keep your cranium and ears delightfully warm while brightening up your mood. Plus, this free fleece hat pattern is insanely easy to make. All you need is a hat that already fits, for sizing purposes, and a bit of fabric. It's also a great way to use up a few pieces of scrap fabric you have lying around. This is the perfect hat to lift spirits on those dreary days in February.
A little cold weather is no reason to give up on the bike trails! Postpone your bike storage plans with this Tour de Freeze Winter Cycling Cap. It's the ultimate winter accessory for bikers. Cozy enough to keep your head and ears toasty and warm but thin enough to fit comfortably under a helmet, this DIY cycling helmet will keep you on two wheels all winter long. Follow the easy cycle cap pattern for a must-have hat essential to any bicyclist!
Your ears will stay warm during even the coldest of days in winter with a Faux Fur Floppy Ears Hat. This is one of the best free sewing hat patterns for a combination of functionality and style. The tutorial for this adorable winter craft even comes with printable patterns that you can use every step of the way. You can also change the size so your little ones can stay nice and toasty while playing outside too.
Stay warm this winter with your very own Scrapbuster Infinity Scarf. This is a great scrapbuster project, so break into that fabric stash you have to make this project. Infinity Scarves are great if you want a scarf that stays wrapped around you as you are venturing into the cold. This project is perfect for beginners, so any skill level should be able to tackle this scarf project. Make multiples in different color combinations to have a winter accessory that goes with every color palette in your wardrobe.
The best part of any fall and winter wardrobe is the scarves! Stay cozy this year with the Thrifty Refashioned Infinity Scarf, which costs nothing to make and is a perfect project for beginners. The striped color block pattern of this scarf gives you plenty of flexibility in terms of your outfit, so you'll look great no matter how bundled up you are. Use this free scarf pattern to make wonderful gifts for friends and family at Christmas.
If you have ever wanted to learn how to sew a scarf, this is your opportunity. The World's Simplest Scarf is by far the easiest scarf pattern you'll find. All you need is a yard of double gauze and some lace to make this gorgeous, lightweight scarf, perfect for wearing tucked into a jacket. Beginner sewists, this is an excellent first project on your way to sewing a new wardrobe!