Flannel DIY Draft Stopper Tutorial

Flannel DIY Draft Stopper Tutorial
Flannel DIY Draft Stopper Tutorial
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Take your hubby's old worn-out flannels and transform them into something incredibly useful with this Flannel DIY Draft Stopper Tutorial. Made from recycled flannel shirts, this DIY draft stopper stops any chilly breezes from entering your home and keeps your house nice and toasty. This quick and easy sewing project makes a fantastic DIY gift idea, and you can even dress up your draft blocker by adding strips of faux leather. This beginner sewing project can easily be completed in an evening and is a budget-friendly way to help cut down on heating costs. Make a sewing project that's super cute and super useful with this winter sewing tutorial.

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This flannel draft stopper is just what I was looking for. Nice that it is NOT in the shape of an adorably cute barnyard or other animal. The faux leather strips that cover the seams are a nice touch. I imagine strips of suede would work as well. Nice project.

These are great for gifts. I am going to make some for housewarming presents. You can use fabric that coordinates with your decor. I think upcycling old jeans would be a great use in this project.

I need to make some of these flannel draft stoppers to keep the heat in this winter when the weather starts getting colder and what a great way to recycle those out grown flannel shirts that you do not want to discard or even those left over pieces from another project. So super cute and so easy. Great project for a beginner. You can have loads of fun when finishing this not only with the pleather (which I love) but you can you lace,fabric flowers, any kind of embellishments to give it a unique look. A well written tutorial and easy to follow.


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