- 21 Cozy Scarf Knitting Patterns That Will Get You Ready For Fall
- Infinity Scarf Knitting Pattern
- Lovely Leaf Lace Scarf Knitting Pattern
- The Rosewood Scarf
- Jagged Triangular Scarf Knitting Pattern
- Doctor Who Scarf Knitting Pattern
- The Traveler Knit Infinicowl Scarf
- Trailblazer Scarf
- Cedar Hill Scarf
- Larch Triangle Scarf Knit Pattern
- Misty Rainbow Scarf
- Waffle Neck Warmer Knitting Pattern
- Cherry Pie Scarf
- Simply Ribbed Scarf Knitting Pattern
- Knitted Scarf
- Mustard Scarf
- Harry Potter Scarf Pattern
- Reversible Circles of Lace
- Elegant Seed Stitch Scarf
- Golden Windowpane Scarf
- The Transitional Infinity Scarf
- Onete Scarf
- Seed Stitch Infinity Scarf Knitting Pattern
- Scarf Hat
- Keep Yourself Cozy This Winter With These 22 Crocheted Hats and Scarves
- 1. Button Infinity Scarf
- 2. Chunky Open Weave Hat
- 3. Bellflower Infinity Scarf
- 4. Simple Flower Hat
- 5. Braided Scarf
- 6. Crocheted Beret
- 7. Chunky Infinity Scarf
- 8. Slouchy Crochet Hat
- 9. Crochet + T-shirt Scarf
- 10. 1920’s Cloche Hat
- 11. Runaway Granny Scarf
- 12. Cupcake Hat
- 13. Double Infinity Scarf
- 14. Cable Beret
- 15. Bobble Stitch Scarf
- 16. Farm Hat
- 17. Pom-Pom Scarf
- 18. Simple Casual Hat
- 19. Purple Fringe Scarf
- 20. Chunky Ribbed Slouch Hat
- 21. Hooded Scarf
- 22. 1920’s Gatsby Hat
- 21 Fleece Patterns You Can Sew To Stay Warm This Winter
- 1. Fleece Ear Warmer
- 2. Fleece Hats
- 3. Fleece Fingerless Monster Gloves
- 4. Red Riding Hood Fleece Cape
- 5. Home Fleece Slippers
- 6. Deep Pocket Fleece Scarf
- 7. Mermaid Tail Blanket
- 8. Fleece Hand Warmers
- 9. Fleece Poncho
- 10. Fleece Leggings
- 11. Pom-Pom Trimmed Fleece Blanket
- 12. Fleece Beret
- 13. Fleece Socks
- 14. Fleece Beanie
- 15. Convertible Fleece Mittens
- 16. Fleece Hoodie Jacket
- 17. Fleece Draped Cardigan
- 18. Fleece Leg Warmers
- 19. Fleece Neck Warmer
- 20. Fleece Vest With Hoodie
- 21. Dog Sweater
- 66+ Knit Hat Patterns for Winter
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21 Cozy Scarf Knitting Patterns That Will Get You Ready For Fall
What’s one thing you can’t live without during the cooler Fall season? A cozy knit scarf, of course! Not only does it up your personal style, it also gives warmth and comfort too!
For people who are learning how to knit, scarves are always a great place to start. We’ve chosen a variety of types of scarves including, knit cowl scarf patterns, triangle scarf patterns cabled scarf patterns, lace scarf patterns, infinity scarf patterns and even links to the very popular Doctor Who scarf knitting pattern and the Harry Potter scarf knitting pattern.
Not only are there beautiful scarves for women, but we’ve also included some men’s scarf knitting patterns as well.
We’ve gathered here 21 cozy scarf knitting patterns that you can knit quickly, just in time for fall and impending winter. If you’re a beginner at knitting, these should be the perfect knitting project to get you started.
Infinity Scarf Knitting Pattern
This knit infinity scarf pattern is a quick and easy scarf to make, which makes it perfect for beginners. The scarf is knitted using seed stitch and will keep you warm during the colder months, as it is made with super bulky yarn.
Via Handy Little Me
Lovely Leaf Lace Scarf Knitting Pattern
The stitches that create this beautiful and textured scarf pattern are a simple combination of strategic yarn-overs and decreases. The lace knit pattern has a wonderful dimensionality while the stockinette pattern curls around your neck a big soft hug.
Via Purl Soho
The Rosewood Scarf
The Rosewood Scarf is a reversible cabled scarf knit entirely in fisherman’s rib. The combination of fisherman’s rib and wide alternating cables make for a sublimely squishy knit that you won’t want to put down.
Via Knifty Knittings
Jagged Triangular Scarf Knitting Pattern
Triangular scarves are easy to work, can be worn as either a scarf or a shawl, and garter stitch scarves or shawls are always popular in the knitting world. The Jagged Triangular Scarf is an easy sideways garter stitch scarf and the increase stitch used in the body of the scarf is the k stitch.
Via Leah Michelle Designs
Doctor Who Scarf Knitting Pattern
Those who follow Doctor Who will know exactly what we’re talking about when we say the “fourth Doctor Who scarf”. The BBC (makers of the Doctor Who TV series) has been kind enough to release a pattern, so you can knit your own scarf.
The Traveler Knit Infinicowl Scarf
This is called the “Traveler Scarf” because I think the versatility of wearing it up, down or all around makes it a cozy choice to wear while your traveling by foot. It’s pretty big to pack in your carry-on for the airplane, but if you will be walking through the cold, this will be a welcome accessory.
Via Mama In A Stitch
This Trailblazer scarf was the perfect one-skein project for this pretty skein of Cold Springs Creations yarn in ‘Acorn’. It has that gentle crescent shape that makes it almost a shawl, but with all the easy wearability of a simple knit scarf.
Via Knitted Bliss
Cedar Hill Scarf
It’s impossible not to think cozy squishy knits as soon as September rolls around. The Cedar Hill Scarf may look much more complicated, but once you get the hang of it, it can also be relaxing and addicting to work on. The stitches in the Cedar Hill Scarf make it a unisex accessory that will quickly become a staple of any winter wardrobe.
Via Two Of Wands
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Larch Triangle Scarf Knit Pattern
This is a quick and easy little scarflet, or knit triangular neck scarf worked in fingering weight yarn. Gauge really does not matter. Just pick a yarn you and choose a needle size that produces a drape that suits you and enjoys.
Misty Rainbow Scarf
Misty Rainbow is a stylish knit infinity scarf that shows off the best of unusually colored yarn. Rows of Herringbone Stitch create a beautiful texture that highlights the changes in colors. The fabric looks nice from both sides and is dense enough to keep you warm and cozy.
Via Life Is Cozy
Waffle Neck Warmer Knitting Pattern
This Waffle Knit Neck Warmer Scarf is the perfect knitting project to keep you cozy while you Netflix and Knit. If you love knitting up easy projects, create this fashion accessory inspired by Eleven’s favorite Eggos treat from “Stranger Things.”
Via Studio Knit
Cherry Pie Scarf
Cherry Pie is a sweet short scarf with star stitch. The scarf has a keyhole. It’s an easy and quick pattern to knit!
Via Yucca Knit
Simply Ribbed Scarf Knitting Pattern
Simply Ribbed is just that simple ribbed knit scarf. It is reversible with both sides having a wonderful ribbed effect. The scarf is fun to knit and very simple so that even a beginner is able to successfully knit this pattern.
Cast on and learn to knit! Wheat is a great beginner knit scarf, backed up by tutorials showing how to cast on, knit, purl, bind off, and read a knitting pattern. From your first scarf to mittens, socks, and sweaters learn all you need to know to make modern seamless knits for the entire family.
Via Tin Can Knits
This knitted scarf is worked up quickly and if you the look of the scarf you can sew the ends together to make an infinity scarf. The contrasting colors are great and since there are many different colors to choose from, there are many combinations of colors that would look nice together.
Via Jess Crafting
A simple short knit scarf featuring openwork and button closure. Compliments the uniqueness of hand died and handspun yarns beautifully. Perfect instant gratification knitting or a project for that last-minute gift.
Via Jane Richmond
Harry Potter Scarf Pattern
The beloved Harry Potter scarf actually happens to make a great fall knit scarf with its great seasonal colors. You can also easily make it into any other colors that you may have been sorted into at Hogwarts.
Via Studio Knit
Reversible Circles of Lace
This reversible knit scarf was worked horizontally to be 13″ wide, however, the pattern can also be worked lengthwise with more stitches. The yarn used for this model was a grey graded wool/tussah silk blend….so lovely…very soft and comfortable and handspun.
Via Olives & Mermaids
Elegant Seed Stitch Scarf
Looking for an elegant scarf that is suitable for anyone of any age? Look no further! This gorgeous seed stitch scarf knitting pattern is perfect for beginners and features a beautifully textured seed stitch design. Perfect for men, women, and kids!
Via Posh Patterns
Golden Windowpane Scarf
A billowy, luminous knit scarf featuring textural stripes worked in golden yellow, reminiscent of late afternoon sunlight through a tall window. The alpaca fiber lends wonderful warmth, drape, and sheen.
The Transitional Infinity Scarf
You will really love this pattern because it is so warm, it’s super soft, and it’s very versatile. In fact, you can wear it at least three different ways: As an infinity scarf, wrap it around and pull the back up over your head for extra warmth.
Via Wake And Whimsy
Onete is an easy to knit triangular scarf with a pretty eyelet edge. It’s knit using one skein of Manos del Uruguay Fino yarn.
Via Noble Knits
Seed Stitch Infinity Scarf Knitting Pattern
This knitted fashion accessory is a cozy, super simple free pattern you can knit up right now. It’s beginner-friendly, easy level, and uses just one skein of yarn (approx 204 yards).
Via Studio Knit
Whether you’re knitting these for fall or winter, these scarf knitting patterns have enough variety and style that you’ll have plenty to choose from. You can make these in fall colors or go wild and add your personal touch!
Bellady Soft Winter Warm Hooded Scarf Headscarf Neckwarmer Hoodie Hat
“I am 5'6″ and my arms/hands fit great. The whole piece is very soft and warm” – by jodic (Statesboro, GA)
I had seen a review from someone who was 5'4″ and said that the tails were not long enough for her to put her hands in the mitten part and fully extend her arms. I am 5'6″ and my arms/hands fit great. The whole piece is very soft and warm.
by AM Landen
“Ahead of the Weather” – by Granny Nanny
This product looks perfect. I have a large head. Purchased this for a friend who also has a large head size. The price was reasonable, the fabric is thick and furry! Perfect! I do have one suggestion for the Seller.
You need to offer more popular shades/colors. All you had were Grey, Black, Brown, and white. Why not some normal colors — Navy, Blue, or Green??? Other than this, I will still order another one as a gift. These hooded scarves are not easy to find.
Thank you for making it avalable!
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“Fits great, but smells weird.” – by thaihoney (thaihoney, chicago il)
Great fit, both the hat and scarf. The scarf has a bit of a strange smell though. It's not intolerable but it's somewhat of a citrus chemical smell.
“Soft, light and warm with exceptional quality!” – by Oleksandr (Brooklyn)
I ordered the hat-scarf set for my son and when he got it we couldn't get him to put it down. Both the hat and the scarf are very soft to the touch and my son snuggled with them for a while.
They're very warm as well. I'm always worried about whether or not the scarf can cover him properly because I don't want him to get sick, but this scarf covered his neck and nose well.
Ultimately that's what brought this home for me.
Knit Infinity Scarf Beanie Hat Set Women Winter Circle Loop Scarfs Scarves
by Double Couple
“Thick and soft” – by Kayla Aucoin
When I opened my scarf and had set I was actually surprised that this type of material was as soft as it was. Most of the items I own that are this same material aren't this soft.
The hat fits my head perfectly. The scarf is nice and thick so you get complete coverage on your neck area.
I'm looking forward to some cold weather so I can try these out but I'm sure they're going to keep me nice and warm.
“Warm and good cuality, i loved” – by Mary morillo
I love the quality, so surprise.In the scale of small, medium, and large this is a Small/medium.If you make a bigger set i will by one for my this i will live to my daughter.So warmly the 3 picesCongratulations i loved and i recommen to everyone.Note:
I pay a full price, not discount or anything but i by alot in amazon and i always read reviews.
Keep Yourself Cozy This Winter With These 22 Crocheted Hats and Scarves
Bundle up during the colder months with some extra layers and winter accessories. But, instead of shopping for those accessories put your crochet needle to work and learn how to make them.
For yourself, gifts for friends or as a thank you present for someone at work, these are great ways to put your crafting skills to the test! Keep yourself cozy with these 22 crocheted hats and scarves!
1. Button Infinity Scarf
Flamingo Toes shows us how to make one of these trendy and warm chunky infinity scarves. And we’re loving the button embellishments!
2. Chunky Open Weave Hat
Check out this adorable chunky open weave hat from JJ Crochet. Learn how to make it with so many adorable color combos too!
3. Bellflower Infinity Scarf
Check out this soft and feminine bellflower infinity scarf from Hooked on Crafting. Any color you want to make this in will look fabulous!
4. Simple Flower Hat
Here’s a more simple pattern from Live Smart. Because of its simplicity, this makes a great (and unique) DIY gift for friends and family.
5. Braided Scarf
Gina Michele teaches us how to make a super fun and funky braided crochet scarf for yourself or your best pal to enjoy this fall! We love the color combo and how creative you can get with this.
6. Crocheted Beret
This video will take you through making this charming pyramid beret. Perfect for the fall and winter months, we love its cozy, Euro-flair.
7. Chunky Infinity Scarf
Check out this super cozy chunky infinity scarf over at DWF. There’s a step-by-step picture tutorial that will make the project so much easier for novices!
8. Slouchy Crochet Hat
You’ll definitely want to learn this easy, slouchy crocheted hat from Gathering Beauty. And if you visit the blog you’ll get to learn how to make one with a pom-pom on top!
9. Crochet + T-shirt Scarf
One Dog Woof holds my personal favorite project on the list. You’re combining two skills here to create something extra quirky and stylish too!
10. 1920’s Cloche Hat
Hopeful Honey makes one of the more unique looks on the list with this 1920’s cloche hat! This is a wonderful project to try if you’re already a great crocheter!
11. Runaway Granny Scarf
You’ve got to see this granny scarf project that was actually inspired by a runaway item. Find all the details over at A Pair & A Spare.
12. Cupcake Hat
Aww, Sam made this crocheted cupcake hat and we fell insanely in love with it! This really would make a wonderful gift for so many your loved ones.
13. Double Infinity Scarf
Here’s another easy pattern to follow and one that results in an extra cozy, wearable piece. Delia Creates has all the info and know-how you need!
14. Cable Beret
Kiku Corner has another great crocheted beret project for us to dive into, with a cable design. Just imagine all the wonderful colors this style could be dipped into.
15. Bobble Stitch Scarf
Eat, Knit & DIY made this funky bobble stitch scarf and helped us how with the instructions too! We love the soft cream as well making it an even more welcoming piece to warm ourselves up with.
16. Farm Hat
Check out this silly farm hat over at Repeat Crafter Me. Great for themed events, the kiddos or just something fun to have in your closet, we are in love with its quirkiness!
17. Pom-Pom Scarf
Perfect for little ones but also the adults too, it’s such a fun piece to add to your collection. Learn how to crochet this at Pink When.
18. Simple Casual Hat
Everyone needs one of these simple, slouchy and casual hats from Persia Lou. Jump over to the site and snag all of the details.
19. Purple Fringe Scarf
Check out Berroco and snag the directions and free pattern to this fun purple, fringe scarf! These tutorials are the best because they really teach you!
20. Chunky Ribbed Slouch Hat
Persia Lou made this one too and we love it! It’s versatile and will look great on nearly everyone, it’s practically a staple item for the colder months!
21. Hooded Scarf
The Sequin Turtle has the know-how for making this fun, hooded crochet scarf. This has a lot of function for the colder months or if you spend a lot of time outside.
22. 1920’s Gatsby Hat
Over at Hopeful Honey, you’ll find another great crochet hat made with vintage flair. This Gatsby hat will get tons of attention and be a charming gift for anyone!
21 Fleece Patterns You Can Sew To Stay Warm This Winter
Projects with fleece patterns are the best sewing crafts for fall and winter. Take a look at this list of fleece patterns and find your next sewing project!
RELATED: 19 Fashionable Winter Clothing You Need To Sew For Your Family
1. Fleece Ear Warmer
Our ears are one of the most vulnerable body parts in the cold. What better way to keep them warm than by using these functional and adorable ear warmers? The fleece fabric is a great material for keeping your ears warm and it’s gentle on your skin.
2. Fleece Hats
Bored with your usual winter hat and looking for a fleece hat pattern to sew? Check out one of the quirkiest fleece patterns on the list!
Try sewing these dinosaur and bear hats with this free pattern and video tutorial! They would definitely be a show-stopper!
3. Fleece Fingerless Monster Gloves
One of the major concerns of a mother is their children ‘forgetting’ their gloves! But kids love these cute and funny monster gloves! They even use them as puppets and make small skits with them!
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4. Red Riding Hood Fleece Cape
Every child wants to dress up as one of their favorite characters. This fleece jacket pattern for Little Red Riding Hood is a great costume for winter!
Because it has no zipper, your child can also use it as a fleece blanket! Be creative and add a few quilt patterns along the inner fabric.
5. Home Fleece Slippers
Are your tiled floors turning your feet into icicles? Take out your sewing machine and give this fleece slippers tutorial a go!
You’ll love wearing these indoor slippers as part of your home routine! Warm and cozy, they’re definitely perfect for lounging around!
6. Deep Pocket Fleece Scarf
A two-in-one item, this deep pocket scarf provides the best of both worlds! Especially if you have the tendency to forget your gloves!
This is a woman’s fleece project dream. It’s great for your adorable dresses that have no pockets for their purse.
7. Mermaid Tail Blanket
The fascination for mermaid-related items has not waned. Magical and fantastical, this fleece blanket will be a perfect gift for your ‘mermaid’ friend, or in my case, niece and daughters.
8. Fleece Hand Warmers
Although technically not something you could wear to fend off the cold, these hand warmers definitely do the job! They’re perfect for slipping into your coat pockets while you’re out in the cold. Just pop them in the microwave and voila – your very own improvised heating pad!
9. Fleece Poncho
A poncho is a fashionable way to keep warm. Combined with your fleece fabric, this fleece blanket slash jacket will definitely keep you toasty outdoors. Since there are different prints and patterns are available, you could customize this sewing pattern with your own personal touch!
10. Fleece Leggings
Who says you can’t wear leggings during the cold season? They’re absolutely perfect for lounging around with a cup of tea!
Comfy and easy to move around in, it’s also the perfect pajama bottom. You’ll love how the fabric feels on your skin!
11. Pom-Pom Trimmed Fleece Blanket
A classic item to have during the cold season is a fleece blanket. They are also easy to sew and personalize!
It’s definitely perfect to snuggle and cuddle with your family or partners. You can even replace the pom-poms with hearts to make it the perfect gift on Valentine’s Day.
RELATED: 11 Fun Sewing Ideas For Moms And Kids
12. Fleece Beret
The ‘fancy hat’ as most people call it, berets offer a more sophisticated and classic look, but it could also be fun! Just take a look at the floral pattern on the photo above! You can keep your child warm and looking fashionable at the same time!
13. Fleece Socks
Socks are a staple in everyone’s closet regardless of the season. But, no one can argue that they’re most useful during the cold season! Fuzzy and comfy, the fleece fabric will help keep your toes nice and toasty!
14. Fleece Beanie
Perfect for your teenager, this casual take on the hat will definitely be a sure-fire hit! With these colorful and cool prints, these can also be used during the warmer season! You can also sew a fleece scarf to go with their beanie hat.
15. Convertible Fleece Mittens
Not sure if you want fingerless or regular mittens? No need to worry – you can have both! You can use these reversible mittens as regular mittens when you’re staying out, and as fingerless mittens when you’re staying in!
16. Fleece Hoodie Jacket
Hoodies have also been a staple in people’s wardrobes. They’re comfy and convenient, and available in a wide array of patterns! Take a look at the free pattern and tutorial and see if this fleece jacket is perfect for your sewing projects list!
17. Fleece Draped Cardigan
Flowy and refined, this draped cardigan is perfect for semi-formal events. They’re perfect to layer over dresses and sleeveless tops! The tutorial also shows how to sew fleece scraps into shoulders and how much seam allowance you’re going to need.
18. Fleece Leg Warmers
Socks not enough to warm you up? Check out these fancy leg warmers, best worn over leggings and high-cut boots! Fashionable and functional! Sew fleece leg warmers using any colorful pattern you want.
19. Fleece Neck Warmer
The neck is often forgotten, usually just covered up by plain boring scarves. But with this neck warmer, you could pay special attention to your neck! Explore these different patterns and you’ll definitely love it!
20. Fleece Vest With Hoodie
Some people love wearing long sleeves but those are usually made of thin fabric. Fortunately, with this warm and personalized vest, anyone could still wear thin long sleeves and not catch a cold! Sewing projects these also give you room to be creative by designing the inner material of the vest.
21. Dog Sweater
Now, we can’t forget man’s best friend! Just because they have fur, doesn’t mean they’re immune to the cold.
Make sure your pet is warm enough with this cushy and warm dog sweater! Choose fleece patterns with styles that complement your dog’s fur.
Now that you have a wide array of fleece projects to choose from, keep your family warm from head to toe with any of these sewing projects! Ward off the cold with fleece jackets and vests, and remember to keep your fingers and toes warm with mittens and socks!
These fleece patterns will definitely complete your wardrobe for the cold months.
Which fleece project is your favorite? Do you have any fleece patterns you’d to add to the list? Tell us in the comments section below!
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on December 9, 2017, and has been updated for quality and relevancy.
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50 Hat, Glove + Scarf DIYs to Keep You Warm this Winter
Staying warm in winter can be a challenge. But not if you’re a DIY kind of gal! Depending on your craftiness level, you can put together cozy accessories that keep you warm from head to toe. If you can knit, we’ve got loads of patterns for you.
If you know how to use a sewing machine, then you’re definitely in luck. And if you’d rather stay away from the old thread and needle, we’ve got you covered! This is the ultimate guide to staying warm this winter with 50 DIY scarves, hats and gloves.
1. DIY Fur Snood – Fall for DIY (photo)
2. DIY Infinity Scarf – Happiness is Creating
3. Crochet Cowl – Raincloud & Sage
4. The Barbara Cowl – Luv in the Mommyhood
5. DIY Polka Dot Scarf – Pop Cosmo
6. Ombre Dyed Infinity Scarf – I Love to Create
7. DIY Fur Scarf – Hello Glow
8. No Sew Script Scarf – Urban Threads
9. DIY Suede Infinity Scarf – Rock Mosaic
10. Make an Infinity Scarf from an Old Sweater – Fab You Bliss
11. How to Add Fringes to a Shawl – Jasmin Blanc
12. DIY Fingerless Gloves – Hello Glow (photo)
13. Fingerless Gloves – Professor Pincushion
14. DIY Pearl Gloves – Kittenhood
15. Make Mittens from Sweaters – Creme de la Craft
16. Long Gloves – Born in 82
17. Cartridge Rib Fingerless Gloves – Just Crafty Enough
18. Turn an Old Sweater into a Hat & Mittens – Shrimp Salad Circus
19. 5 Steps Woolen Gloves – Maria Just Do It
20. Sweater Arm Warmers etc – Studs and Pearls
21. Yoga Leg Warmers Knitting Pattern – Yoga Hound
22. No Sew Leg Warmers – La Vie en Rose
23. Upcycled Sweater to Hooded Circle Scarf & Leg Warmers – The Cheese Thief
24. Recycle a Sweater Into Boot Toppers – Make & Do Girl
25. Feathered Jeweled Beanie DIY – Trinkets in Bloom
26. Net Beanie – Look What I Made
27. Raspberry Beret – Craft Foxes
28. DIY Felt Flower Pin – Gimme Some Style
29. DIY Embellished Beanie – Hello Glow (photo)
30. Knitting Stuff – Nata Jane
31. Snowy Day Hat Pattern – See Kate Sew
32. Pom Pom Beanie – Blog a la Cart
33. Confetti Bunny Ears Beanie – Hej Juni
34. Winter Woolies – Salute to Cute
35. Studded Beanie – For the Love of
36. Crocheted Slouch Hat Pattern – Lady by the Bay
37. Cape Coat DIY – Lana Red Studio (photo)
38. Winter Coat from Blanket – Things for Boys
39. DIY Fur Coat into Vest – Expressive Style
40. DIY Kimono Jacket – Pretty Quirky Pants
41. DIY Cape With Hood & Pockets – A Bird’s Leap
42. Add Lining to a Trench Coat – The Lonely Walnut
43. DIY Studded Trench Coat – Advice From a Twenty Something
44. Earwarmer Headbands – Megan Nielsen
45. Knitting 101 – Craft Snob
46. Bea Headband Pattern – Concreate (Photo)
47. Knotted Headband – All About Ami
48. Crochet Earwarmer – Grow Creative
49. Knitted Headband – Fiks*D
50. Anthro Headwrap Knockoff – Flamingo Toes
How To Make a Fleece Neck Warmer – With 3-Sized Neck Warmer Pattern
Use this neck warmer pattern to sew a super cozy diy neck warmer – easy and quick!
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This beginner sewing tutorial will teach you how to make a warm and cozy reversible fleece neck warmer. It’s an easy, super quick sewing project, and a great solution for those who don’t wearing (uncomfortable and bulky) traditional scarves.
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Neck Warmer Pattern
If you have never yet made a cozy cowl scarf yet, it’s high time to use this easy neck warmer pattern. Cowl scarves – they go by the popular name neck warmers – are one of those perfect easy projects for beginners!
Today, I’m showing you how to make a double-layered reversible neck warmer in two colors. It’s one of 2 popular fleece scarf tutorials on this site (the other one is here). It will keep you and your kids super cosy and warm all winter long.
Warmer weather and you don’t need a fleece scarf? I’ve got you covered! Make this easy infinity scarf from jersey instead!
Does you child refuse to wear a scarf because it adds too much bulk around the neck? This diy neck warmer is a great solution for those who don’t wearing (uncomfortable) traditional scarves.
Keep the winter chills away with this warm and cozy cowl scarf pattern.
Supplies To Sew the fleece neck Warmer:
- 2 pieces of fleece, the largest size requirement is 25″ x 9″ per piece (64cm x 23cm)
- matching thread
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It is one of the easiest sewing projects I’ve so far posted about. Have some fleece leftovers from a previous sewing project? Good! Grab two pieces and let’s go!
This fleece neck warmer is all about simple rectangles. To make it easier on you and to prevent the guessing game, I’ve tested a few sizes and chose what worked best for me and my children.
What is the finished Size of the Diy Neck Warmer?
Choose one of these three sizes:
TODDLER (1T – 3T): 21″ x 7″ (53cm x 18cm) = FINISHED size DIAMETER 10″ (25cm)CHILD (4 yrs-10 yrs) 23″ x 8″ (59cm x 20cm) = FINISHED size DIAMETER 11″ (28cm)
TEEN + ADULT: 25″ x 9″ (64cm x 23cm) = FINISHED size DIAMETER 12″ (31cm)
34 DIY Clothes for Winter
Winter weather may or may not be here for you, but it is coming soon. I just got to spend the weekend in Paris, where it is much colder than where I live. Fall fashion was in full force on the streets and winter coats and fun warm clothes were in all the stores.
Unfortunately, I could not afford to buy everything I wanted, but I did come home with lots of ideas and the motivation to get busy making some new DIY clothes for winter. From coats to scarves, wraps to sweaters and gloves, I found some easy ways to make winter fashion possible, even on a limited budget.
If you want some inexpensive clothes you can make, ones that don’t look homemade or cheap, then these 34 ideas are for you. Complete with easy to follow step by step tutorials, you can’t go wrong.
1. Detachable Fur Coat Collar DIY
Colored fur collars were all the rage this year- all over the place. But a brand-new jacket with a faux fur collar is hundreds of dollars. So, this is something you can DIY and can save you tons of money.
This comprehensive tutorial shows how to make DIY fur collar detachable, so you can lift up the look of your existing clothing. Use it for jackets, cardigans, vests and any other clothes that don’t have collar or lapel.
I can’t wait to add this extra warmth to one of my plainer coats.
2. DIY Cozy Blanket Top
Winter is finally here and so sweater weather is right around the corner.
So cute and comfy to wear during fall and winter! Takes under 30 minutes to make and only 1 yard of fabric! Full step-by-step instructions can be found from Love Spunk.
Though this top isn’t the most figure flattering, it’s quite decent and cute for how comfy you are. Wear skinny jeans and boots underneath to balance out the look.
3. Easy Cable Knit Skirt
If you are a die-hard fan of cable knit sweaters, then you will love this Cable Knit Skirt from My Poppet.
I just love the chunky texture of the cables, and the way they automatically evoke the feeling of ‘cozy’. Nice and simple to make, this number totally looks super snugly.
I have a similar cable-knit jumper that has been hanging around in my cupboard for a good decade. I now know what I can do with it.
4. Quick and Easy DIY Winter Cape
There is much to love about winter capes. Long or cropped, they are infinitely more elegant (and breathable) than bulky winter jackets. With minimal sewing or DIY skills, you can jazz up your autumnal clothes sooner than you think! Learn how to make a winter cape or poncho in this easy step by step sewing tutorial for beginners.
5. DIY Boot Socks
I love boots. I get so excited when it gets cold enough in the fall to finally bust them out.
Fall is in full swing now, so it is time to pull out those boots for the cooler weather! Of course, you will need some cute boot socks to finish off your fall look.
Swell shows you an easy and inexpensive way to make boot socks in the comfort of your home. All you need to make a pair is an old sweater, a pair of scissors, and whatever else you want to add to your boot cuffs.
6. Pretty DIY Bow Sweater With Open Back
You know all those sweaters that aren’t doing much for you, or just sitting in your closet for months….
maybe even years? What an easy way to up-cycle those sweaters, and re-purpose with what is already in your closet.
This number from Love Maegan is exactly the type of DIY that is exactly what you need to breathe new life to your old sweaters. This is the easiest DIY you can attempt, and just about anyone can do it.
7. Katniss Cowl
Wow, this is unbelievably cool! If you are a superfan of the movie Hunger Games, then you’ll definitely fall in love with this Katniss cowl DIY. I’ve been wanting that cowl since I saw it in the movie preview.
I am definitely going to make this. I searched high and low for a DIY that not only looked similar to the one from the movie but also just looked nice, so I’d want to wear it. And this tutorial is just perfect.
8. Sew A Fleece Poncho
It’s easy to make with this tutorial which includes a pattern! Make a quick, easy, and stylish fleece poncho with a cowl neck that can also be worn as a hood by following this easy, step-by-step sewing tutorial from Melly Sews. I am really inspired by this post so I am going to make one for me and then I already know that it will make a great gift for a friend.
9. DIY Simple Pleated Skirt
Who says you can’t skirt on this fall weather? I love a simple skirt you can mix and match with colorful tights and cute boots.
The pleated skirt is a classic, and, thankfully, very easy to make, which makes it perfect for seamstresses of all skill levels. Pair it with a colorful tights and you’ve got the perfect look for this season.
I’m telling you, this is exactly what you need to complete your winter wardrobe.
10. DIY Plaid Trousers
Plaid is simply amazing. I have been loving trouser pants lately, especially plaid ones! I love that you can dress them up for a put together look or down for more of a rocker vibe. And with this tutorial from Cotton and Curls, you can now easily sew your own. How cool is that? These pants are really easy to make and with the free pattern, you can never go wrong.
34. DIY Embroidered Sweater