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6 Sewing Projects for Christmas: How to Make Easy Last Minute Christmas Gifts

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Basic Hat With Ribbon Tutorial

Basic Hat With Ribbon Tutorial Here's a hat that will look adorable on any little girl. It's a simple hat made from fleece and will keep their head warm in the colder months. With the Basic Hat With Ribbon Tutorial you can make this sewing project.


Leather Patch Scarf

It's difficult shopping for men, so instead make him something he'll love. This Leather Patch Scarf is the perfect thing. It's a manly scarf that he can wear in the winter to keep warm and show off some style.

Long Mittens Tutorial

For your child or for yourself, the warm mittens that come from following the Long Mittens Tutorial are great. These mittens will block the cold out and keep hands warm. Give this easy winter craft a try.

Infinity Scarf Makeover

Infinity Scarf Makeover Let the Infinity Scarf Makeover show you how to sew a scarf using yarn you already have. Make a head scarfinfinity scarf with these easy steps. They're all the rage right now but instead of buying the ones everyone has, make your own!


Cashmere Mitten Pattern For Grown Ups

Cashmere Mitten Pattern For Grown Ups Adults need warm winter accessories too! Use the free Cashmere Mitten Pattern for Grown Ups to create soft mittens that are sure to keep out the cold this winter. It's a free sewing pattern including instructions so you easily make them yourself.


Never Lost Toddler Mittens

Never Lost Toddler Mittens How many times has your child come in from the cold only to announce that they've lost a single glove? Keep both hands warm and toasty with these Never Lost Toddler Mittens. Attached by a lightweight strap, these DIY fleece mittens are guaranteed to stick together all winter. The fleece will keep out the cold for long days playing outside as the temperature drops. You'll be happy with this easy fleece mittens pattern, and your child will be happy with his or her warm hands! The strap also allows for easy drying and storage. Just hang them from a hook or over a heater so that they'll be ready to go at first snow.


Keep It Cozy Rice Pad

Keep It Cozy Rice Pad Rice pads are one of the best things about winter. They're so warm and snuggly, they can make any room feel comfy! The Keep It Cozy Rice Pad will become your constant companion in the coming winter months. This homemade heating pad will keep you feeling toasty no matter how much snow accumulates on the stoop. Best of all, this DIY rice bag has a removable cover that you can machine wash, so after a long night of keeping your feet warm you can still come home to a fresh-smelling ball of warmth.


Keep Out Neck Warmer

Keep Out Neck Warmer Give yourself an edge against the cold with this cool Keep Out Neck Warmer. The little metal studs are a glamorous, eye-catching detail that really makes this homemade neck warmer stand out. Neck warmers guard so well against wind and cold, and they're such an easy sewing project to make quickly at the end of autumn as you head into winter. This sewing project is perfect for beginner sewists on a budget!


Simple Fabric Scarf/Shawl Tutorial

The best thing about the Simple Fabric Scarf/Shawl Tutorial is that it produces an accessory you can wear multiple ways. Make this simple scarf/shawl and you'll love playing around with different ways to wear it.

Dandy Handy Warmers

Keep your hands from freezing with this simple sewing project. Make the Dandy Handy Warmers for yourself and the kids. Bear the season's chill with this quick winter craft idea.

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