Before the cold start to full bother us, now is a perfect time to embark on another winter collection for our sewing projects. This year, let's do away with sweaters, mittens, and scarves, because I'm pretty sure almost every sewing enthusiast already have a surplus of these. Let's go for newer and cuter projects for winter this year. Here are some ideas to get started:
Felt Slippers - if there's one staple piece of clothing for winter that is often overlooked, it is a pair of cozy and warm slipper. Sewing warm these warm slippers is simple as you only need on piece of felt and a sturdy card stock. For a quick sewing guide for felt slippers, check out http://tinyurl.com/pkslxvs
Family Pajamas - pajamas are everyone's favorite wear for winter evenings, and each of us most likely have that favorite piece in the closet that we keep wearing during chilly nights. It's time to add new favorite PJs for this year by sewing pajama sets for the entire family. High-quality cotton is one of the most recommended fabric type for sewing PJs. Here's a detailed guide to creating fun winter pajamas for the family: http://tinyurl.com/pxok7a3
Pom Pom Blankets - add some vibrance to the cold holidays by upgrading your typical home blankets to pom pom throws. These are classic and fun addition to the bedroom and living room, not to mention highly cozy as well. Guests, families, and even pets love a good-old, soft pom pom blankets. This is certainly about staying warm in style. Here's a quick look at how it's done http://tinyurl.com/pygqqcf
The best part about these sewing projects is that they do not require any complicated tools. As a matter of fact, some of these could be added to your handcrafted collections. Staying warm during winter will now be more memorable with these new items in your sewing collection.