Christmas Countdown: Walking in Winter Wearables


I don’t know what it is, but even when it’s nowhere near the holiday season, I always find myself humming Christmas carols.  It sounds like a nice habit to have, but when you begin every day by showering and singing, “Angels We Have Heard on High” louder than the running water, it becomes a more serious problem (at least for any roommates).  Dramatics aside, walking in a winter wonderland is great, magical and extremely festive, but what the Christmas songs don’t mention is that in order to do so, you’re going to need a lot of winter wearables. Who wants to brave the snow and chilly weather without something to keep them warm!

In need of more winter wearables for the holiday season?  As always, FaveCrafts has you covered.  The Sunday issue of Quick and Crafty newsletter will feature plenty of cute, fun and comfy winter wearables in red and green.  if you’re like me and like a little more variety, here are some other winter wearables that incorporate other great color schemes.  Cheers to staying warm!

Warm Sweaters:

Aran Sweater Knitting Patterns

Boatneck Sweater

Homemade Scarves:

Chic Diagonal Stripe Scarf

Button Scarf Wrap

Once you’re inside:

Felted Crochet Slippers

What’s you favorite type of wearable to make for the winter?  Scarves, hats or maybe mittens?

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