Warm Winter DIY Projects to Stomp Out the Cold

Warm Winter DIY Projects to Stomp Out the Cold

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Dabney Frake
Nov 24, 2015
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I often limp towards winter's finish line with a runny nose, dry skin, and numb fingertips. To help myself make it through the season in one warm piece, I went looking for projects specifically suited for the cold.

Above, Mom Advice shows how she turned some fabric into a scarf that easily works as a throw blanket at home.

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Here's a free pattern from Draad en Praat for a candle holder with its very own crocheted sweater.

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You can easily make a set of sheepskin ottomans or stools similar to these from French for Pineapple. Think how good your feet will feel while propped up on the warm fur.

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Dishes get cold too! But these hot pads from PurlSoho will combat the chill.

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Come winter, this heat pack from Fellow Fellow will be a welcome addition to the household.

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I am kicking myself for not thinking of making wool shoe inserts before now. Maya Made has a tutorial if you feel the same.

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This draft dodger in faux bois fabric comes from Martha Stewart and is a staple for windows.

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So all you talented crocheters can head over to Erin Black's Designs on Etsy and get this this pattern (for $5.51).

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To make this "blanket" scarf from Zevy Joy, all you need is a couple yards of plaid flannel and a seam ripper.

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