With chilly weather upon us, what better way to stay warm, than with a classic look from the winters of past eras: A Faux Fur Lined Muff! Muffs are such a nice, warm and toasty alternative to mittens.
Make a personalized coffee cozy for your coffee cup. You can bring this with you when you go to coffee shops, too. I heart coffee cozy is a super cute gift for your coffee-lover loved ones!
Here’s how to make cozy insulated snow pants for your kids for less than $25 and make them for not more than 1 hour! Let your kids wear them while playing outside this winter.
Here’s how to make customized fingerless gloves from socks. No need to take off your gloves just to write, type in your keypads or when using your smartphone for calls. Create cute patterns for designs or even make matching gloves and socks! Be cool this winter!
Here’s how to have a neat and clean zipper bag. Make your homemade zipper bags using this super easy zipper tip! Learn how to shorten zippers and add zipper tabs for your pouch, wallet, clutch or purse for a professional look.
Warm up this chilly season with these easy-to-make heat packs. You can use leftover fabrics from your pajamas to make some extra cozy winter warmers, not only for personal use but also perfect as gifts.
Do you love to wear jeans paired with a poncho? Here’s a tutorial by Jessica Rabbit on how to make your personal poncho shirt. So simple to make, yet so fabulous to wear! Click HERE for a free pattern and tutorial.
Here’s how the two adult size t-shirts could turn to a cute nightgown for little girls. Surely, every kid would love to wear this two t-shirt nightgown! Get the FREE tutorial HERE.
Making your winter mittens is very easy. Stitch a perfect pair from your sweater and warm yourself this winter. No need to shop for expensive ones! Get the FREE tutorial HERE.
Here’s an easy guide on how to make a raglan shirt, with a pattern that suits children from 18 months to 10 years old. You can use old clothes for the sleeves. Are you excited to make some for your kids? Check the FREE pattern and tutorial HERE.