|You have the toes covered, so now it’s time to cover those chilly hands, necks and heads! Give the gift of warmth this holiday season!|
Did you see our Patchwork Scarf Tutorial from Kids’ Clothes Month? You can easily adapt the scarf for a variety of sizes and batting in the middle can add lots of warmth.
Jean’s baby/toddler Neckerchief Tutorial will help keep little necks warm. They’re fashionable, and neckerchiefs are also great for teething babies! Enjoy Jean’s great creativity via her Flickr site.
|No-Sew Jersey Scarf
Karen has a great collection of tutorials on her Altered Cloth blog! Enjoy her easy, No-Sew Jersey Scarf Tutorial.
Steph shares a fun cap variation with the Millinery Tutorial on her blog, curiously crafty.
I guess I’ve been worried about keeping my little guy warm! After the scarf tutorial (above) it was only natural to do an easy, fabric Mitten Tutorial. You can find it (with lots of fun variations) on my personal blog, Write, Mama. Write.
Pattern RecommendationIf you’d like to try a pattern, we suggest this one:
Here are just a handful of fabrics we love for these projects:
|Beth’s choice||Kristin’s choice||Lauren’s choice|
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More Handmade Holiday ideas:
26 ~ Embellish!
25 ~ For the Kitchen
24 ~ Sachets
23 ~ Soft Toys & Games
22 ~ Fun for Hair
21 ~ Pillows
20 ~ Gifts for Organization
19 ~ Tech Gifts
18 ~ For Baby
17 ~ Purses
16 ~ Gifts for the Crafter
15 ~ Warm those Toes
14 ~ Dress the Kids
13 ~ Placemats
12 ~ For the Table
11 ~ Reading & Writing
10 ~ Ties & Belts
9 ~ Fabric Ornaments
8 ~ Whimsy
7 ~ For Your Purse or Pocket
6 ~ Blankets for Baby
5 ~ Tote Bags
4 ~ Lunch Bags
3 ~ For the House
2 ~ Pincushions & Pins
1 ~ Aprons
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